While much of the corporate media reporting and public health agencies have only allowed basic adverse events [mild harms] like fever, chills and a sore arm to be communicated to the public, presumably in order to not harm efforts at vaccine compliance, a much larger breadth of possible, more serious harms are perhaps a more accurate depiction of reality.
Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla, in a recent interview admitted that mRNA technology was essentially a failed, unproven technology “that never delivered a single product.” He continued by saying he “was surprised when they suggested to me that this was the way to go [as the choice for his company’s COVID vaccine candidate]”.
Now here we are, nearly a year and a half after Pfizer’s mRNA shot was EUA-approved and the medical literature is beginning to state passages like this:
Up to now, more than 1000 peer-reviewed studies evidence a multitude of adverse events in COVID-19 vaccine recipients. Such studies report severe adverse reactions following vaccination, including thrombosis, thrombocytopenia, myocarditis, pericarditis, cardiac arrhythmias, nervous system disorders and other alterations.
This letter to the editor in The Scandinavian Journal of Immunology on March 17, 2022 has come at a time when several other medical journals around the world are allowing new findings of serious COVID vaccines harms to be published.
An article in Neurological Sciences has arranged a ‘spectrum of neurological disorders’ flow diagram to catalog and track “a wide spectrum of neurological complications is continuously being reported following COVID-19 vaccination” the article states.
Coming into focus is a next generation of possible COVID harms given developing signals focusing on autoimmume activation particularly around the central nervous system (CNS) and various body membranes and linings.
In April 2022’s Pathology – Research and Practice a case report titled Autoimmune mucocutaneous blistering diseases after SARS-Cov-2 vaccination states “Cases of severe autoimmune blistering diseases (AIBDs) have recently been reported in association with the severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) vaccination.”
WATCH FULL SEGMENT HERE
This week, in The WHO Pharmaceuticals Newsletter, the organization has announced that monitoring from Sweden’s Uppsala Monitoring Centre (UMC) identified hearing loss (including sudden cases) and tinnitus following COVID-19 vaccination.
“…there were 164 unique individual case safety reports (ICSRs) which reported ‘hearing losses’ (MedDRA High Level Term, HLT), and 367 ICSRs which reported ‘tinnitus’”
The reports came from 27 countries, including Italy, the United Kingdom and the United States. More than a third were reported among those working in the health care industry.
In early March 2022, longtime vaccine reacher Gregory Poland, MD opened up about his struggle with ‘life-altering’ tinnitus after both his second and booster COVID shot.
Poland believes there may be tens of thousands of people affected in the U.S. and potentially millions worldwide. He feels strongly that more research should be done to determine what caused these symptoms and what can be done to help people desperate for relief. writes Medpage Today.
“What has been heartbreaking about this, as a seasoned physician, are the emails I get from people that, this has affected their life so badly, they have told me they are going to take their own life,” Poland said.
So far in the U.K., their yellow card vaccine safety monitoring for COVID shots have tallied a total of 7,287 tinnitus reports after vaccination.
In the U.S., more than 13,000 reports of tinnitus have been reported to the passive VAERS data monitoring.
Meanwhile, in this new chapter of vaccine-associated changes, previous fact-checked and debunked issues are now being overturned as relevant.
Take for instance changes in menstrual cycles, a safety endpoint that was not tracked during COVID clinical trial phases. It took massive grassroots pushback from the public to get independent individuals to take it seriously enough to begin data monitoring without the help or recognition of regulatory bodies.
In January 2022, nearly 5 months after it was widely reported as a possible safety signal, the National Institutes of Health’s website now reports on findings from a new study of nearly 4,000 women using a fertility tracking app, that women may have a slightly longer menstrual cycle after COVID-19 vaccination while receiving two vaccine doses within the same menstrual cycle increased the cycle length further—about two days on average.
The NIH states, “the longer menstrual cycles after vaccination decreased in subsequent cycles, suggesting they are likely temporary.”