Adverse Events: Additional References
Following our interview with Jessica Rose, PhD, we were asked to provide further material about the question of adverse events, including serious ones and deaths.
This is on the mind of a growing number of observers, who wonder where the truth is. Is it that the injections are extremely safe and effective, and that they cause extremely few deaths: 3 in the US and 0 in Canada, for example?
Or is the number of deaths much higher, maybe in the order of 200,000, for the US alone, as several independent experts argue, in submissions at recent CDC and FDA hearings, or even in a recent peer-reviewed academic article?
Here are selected references, to help you see more clearly in this hugely important issue. Of course, if you want to see the official narrative, which is not presented here, simply google the words safe and effective.
- Paper by Crawford & Rose, submitted to the CDC Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) – August 2021.
“Using the VAERS database and independent rates of anaphylaxis events from a Mass General study, we computed a 41X under-reporting factor for serious adverse events in VAERS, leading to an estimate of over 150,000 excess deaths caused by the vaccine. The estimates were validated multiple independent ways. There is no evidence that these vaccines save more lives than they cost. Pfizer’s own study showed that adverse events consistent with the vaccine were greater than the lives saved by the vaccine to yield a net negative benefit. Without an overall statistically significant all-cause mortality benefit, and evidence of an optional medical intervention that has likely killed over 150,000 Americans so far, vaccination mandates are not justifiable and should be opposed by all members of the medical community.”
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- Article by Kostoff et al.
In this peer-reviewed article, published on September 14 2021 in Toxicology Reports, about children vaccination, “Appendix A provides some idea of the level of under-reporting of post-inoculation adverse events to VAERS and presents estimations of the actual number of post-inoculation deaths based on extrapolating the VAERS results to real-world experiences.” The article reaches a much higher estimate – of 500,000 or more – for what the authors refer to as “very-short-term inoculation-based deaths.”
- Paper by Wiseman submitted to the CDC Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) – August 2021.
“We identified three separate pools of vaccine associated deaths, totalling 45,000-147,000 deaths. … These figures should be placed in the context of the upper estimate of 140,000 lives saved due to the vaccines (to May 2021).”
Submission: click here.
You may also want to watch this 2 hour video by Steve Kirsch.
Note that vaccination programs have been stopped for much lower fatalities: in 1976, the swine flu vaccine was estimated to have caused approximately one Guillain-Barré syndrome case per 100,000 persons vaccinated, resulting in 53 deaths. It was interrupted after 45 million people were vaccinated in approximately 10 weeks.
In a related development, it is now established that no all cause mortality benefit from the injections occurred in the trials, conducted by the manufacturers, at completion of the blinded phase, this for two of the leading injections. Actually, numerically speaking, there was one more death in the treatment groups.
Links: https://www.nejm.org/doi/full/10.1056/NEJMoa2110345 & https://www.nejm.org/doi/full/10.1056/NEJMoa2113017