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Shortfalls in AEFI reporting systems

In an investigative article in the British Medical Journal (BMJ), doctors, coroners, scientists and patients describe a puzzling series of shortfalls with VAERS, the US’s vaccine adverse event reporting system, in relations to the COVID-19 vaccines. The article describes the lack of follow-up or investigation from the US CDC (Centers for Disease Control), including in[…]

Long-term adverse effects

A significant portion of the Covid-19 vaccine-injured community in Australia continue to suffer from the harms caused by their vaccinations, despite governments and public health authorities assuring the public that these vaccine products don’t caused long-term adverse effects. Those Australians who have struggled with adverse reactions that have been acknowledged by regulators, such as myocarditis,[…]

New Matilda does vaccine injuries

Independent Australian news website New Matilda has published a series of insightful articles on the issue of Covid vaccine injuries. Most centre and left-leaning publications have dared not broach the topic of vaccine injury, proclaiming that they are “pro vax” publications, with the vast majority of mainstream reporting on the topic appearing in right-leaning outlets.[…]

Growing recognition of Post Vaccine Syndrome

Patients suffering from Long Covid-like conditions after their Covid-19 vaccinations have long understood the reality that their condition has been caused by their vaccinations. However, given the nebulous cluster of symptoms and little diagnostic evidence, the scientific community has been slow to act on studying and identifying Long Vaccine Syndrome. However, a number of research[…]

US agencies neglect vaccine injuries

In an explosive article in the Wall Street Journal, vaccine-injured Americans detail how US authorities have kept the public in the dark about known, serious side effects of the Covid vaccines, particularly neurological complications. Furthermore, these agencies know that these injuries appear to be treatable if identified early. However, with the lack of guidance from[…]

Giving it a name

For many of us who have experienced a significant vaccine injury, a lack of clear diagnosis can be a major impediment to recognition, treatment and compensation. In a new scientific review article by Felix Scholkmann (University Hospital Zurich) and Christian-Albrecht May (TU Dresden), the authors develop new nomenclature to describe conditions caused by COVID-19 vaccines.[…]

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