HAVE people been given the wrong vaccine? On top of everything we have learnt about the deeply flawed way in which the Covid vaccines were researched and approved, and the growing catalogue of adverse effects as well as fatalities, to read such a headline still comes as a bit of shock.
Yet this is the question Martin Kulldorff, Senior Scholar of Brownstone Institute, epidemiologist, biostatistician specialising in infectious disease outbreaks and vaccine safety, and co-author of the Great Barrington Declaration, is now asking.
In this disturbing paper published a few days ago he turns some of our preconceptions upside down. It is the verdict from a new Danish study by Dr Christine Benn and colleagues, which he examines in detail. That study is based on an analysis of the Random Control Trials that the various vaccines were subjected to in the trials before they were approved. His own comment boils down to yet another condemnation of the Pfizer and mRNA vaccine trials – the mRNA vaccines, he says, were approved based on a reduction in symptomatic infections instead of mortality. ‘That Pfizer and Moderna did not design their RCTs to determine whether the vaccines reduced mortality is inexcusable, as they could easily have done so.’
This is not a paper for the scientifically faint-hearted. It can be read in full here.