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Vaccine dangers: Is this the strongest evidence yet?


SERIOUS adverse events (SAEs) owing to the Covid vaccines are a controversial topic. Those who promote the vaccines claim that these SAEs are rare, or are due to comorbidities. Even when post-mortems are carried out on patients who died following Covid vaccination, pathologists generally admit that they cannot definitively say that the vaccine killed the patient. Instead, they often give probabilities. For example, the Schneider et al Sept 2021 German paper examined 18 cases and states for two of these cases that it is ‘very likely’ that the vaccine was the cause of death, for another two it is ‘possible’ that it was the cause of death, and the phrases ‘no evidence’ or ‘unlikely’ are attributed to the remaining 14. Even where a 72-year-old woman died in the vaccination centre minutes following injection no evidence was found of causality with the vaccine.

Other observers for a couple of years now have looked for connections between vaccine batch numbers and the number of SAEs. If the vaccines are as safe as it is claimed, SAEs would be evenly distributed across the batches. Several of these observers claim to have found that some batches are significantly more dangerous than others. But I wasn’t aware of any formal, published study until a recent Danish paper titled ‘Batch-dependent safety of the BNT162b2 mRNA COVID-19 vaccine’ and authored by Max Schmeling, Vibeke Manniche and Peter Riis Hansen came to my attention.

Source: European Journal of Clinical Investigation, March 30, 2023

The writers constructed a graph (above) with suspected adverse events plotted against the number of doses per batch for the Pfizer vaccine. Three trend lines emerged which the study designated as blue, green and yellow. The green trend line has 51.99 per cent of the SAE-related deaths and 71.5 per cent of serious SAEs (eg. hospitalisation, life-threatening illness or permanent disability), while the blue trend line has 47.15 per cent of the SAE-related deaths and 27.49 per cent of serious SAEs. The yellow trend line has a negligible number of SAEs. The blue trend line comprises only 4.22 per cent of all vaccine doses, the green trend line 63.69 per cent of doses. The yellow trend line has a large number of doses per batch while the blue trend line has a small number of doses per batch.

Therefore SAEs are not evenly distributed across the batches. The yellow batches appear to be safe while the green and blue seem rather less so.

An older paper from the US (October 2021)  reinforces Schmeling’s conclusion. Titled ‘All vials are not the same: Potential role of vaccine quality in vaccine adverse reactions’ and lead-authored by Yihua Bruce Yu, the paper hypothesises that the SAEs were caused by defective vials (manufacturing and handling variabilities) and not by the ingredients. 

A 2021 US retrospective study found that 159 patients who had immediate reactions to the first dose of mRNA Covid vaccines tolerated the second dose. 

And a 2021 news article from CNN describes how a bad lot of Moderna vaccines was detected, but only after most of the 1.2million doses had been used across 37 US states

Is the Schmeling paper the strongest evidence yet that the Covid vaccines are not as safe as we are led to believe? 

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Geoff Moore
Geoff Moore
Geoff Moore worked in telecommunications engineering. He lives in Scotland. He realised that the government was living in a fantasy world soon after the 2002 launch of the Renewables Obligation and began to investigate other potential government dishonesty.

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