An NHS doctor, who was about to start his dream job, died from a blood clot after he received the AstraZeneca Covid-19 vaccine.
Dr. Stephen Wright, unfortunately, died of sinus cerebral venous thrombosis and thrombotic thrombocytopenia, which is a blood clot on the brain and clots forming in the blood vessels throughout the body respective Wright passed away aged only 32 on January 26th, 2021, leaving behind his wife, Charlotte, and two young boys, Izaac (age seven), and Elijah (age one).
Stephen suffered a very rare Cerebral Venous Stroke and there was evidence of an auto-immune disease, causing a low platelet count. According to his family, Stephen’s death was very sudden and there were no obvious symptoms of illness before he died.
Before his sudden passing, Stephen worked as a doctor for the NHS, working for the Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS) helping children and families. He was due to start a new role at Great Osmond Street Hospital as a Senior Clinical Psychologist in the Neurodisability Service helping young people with complex autism.
Stephen received the AstraZeneca Covid-19 vaccine in preparation for starting his new job at Great Osmond Street Hospital.