@SEP a warm welcome to the forum. Thank you for posting.
I do hope your husband’s bone marrow biopsy last week went ok?
It’s totally understandable you have questions around this. May I ask if your husband has has spoken to a member of his clinical team such as his consultant about his recent blood results and his concern that these may be a result of having his Covid vaccination? If not, we’d really encourage him to get in touch with them to talk this through, as soon as he can, as they’d be best placed to offer guidance around this in the context of his individual circumstances and medical history.
In case it’s helpful at all for you both, this page of our website has information around the covid vaccines for people with blood cancer - Covid Vaccine and Blood Cancer.
As you may both know, there are processes in place to monitor safety and effectiveness of the vaccine, on an ongoing basis. This page discusses how the safety and efficacy of the vaccines are being monitored for people with blood cancer, and talks of the different research projects going on around this.
It also explains that the MHRA are requesting that any suspected side effects of the vaccine are reported here - https://coronavirus-yellowcard.mhra.gov.uk/
Hearing from patients and families about their experiences after receiving the vaccine, their experience reporting to the Yellow Card Scheme and their conversations with their healthcare professionals allows us to gain a wider understanding about the vaccine.
As more people have the vaccine, we will learn more about how effective it is for people with blood cancer, and will keep updating our information. If there is anything we can help and support you or your husband with, please don’t hesitate to reach out to our support team on 0808 2080 888, or send us an email at email@example.com.