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How safe are vaccines?

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How safe are vaccines?

It’s a bad day for company public relations when two people suffer severe allergic reactions on Day One of your new product’s highly publicized roll-out.

Public health says vaccines are ‘safe and effective.’ Period. A rising tide of heartbreaking stories of vaccine injury that mainstream media won’t report and a growing medical literature on adverse events suggest they have something to hide. Celeste McGovern investigates.

Troubles had just begun for the vaccine meant to save the world from the pandemic, however. Five days later, a US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) epidemiologist named Thomas Clark was presenting internal data on the thousands of people who got Pfizer’s much-ballyhooed Covid-19 vaccine and had reported “health impact events.” 

Among the first 215,362 Americans to roll up their sleeves for the shot, 5,052 developed adverse effects defined as “unable to perform normal daily activities, unable to work, required care from a doctor or healthcare professional.”1 That amounts to a staggering 2.3 percent of injections, or one in 43 people that experience a significant short-term health impact. 

Health authorities in the UK reported two serious anaphylactic shock reactions requiring emergency medical treatment among the first 5,000 vaccinated hospital staff in England. Symptoms of anaphylaxis include sudden hives, wheezing, swelling of the throat, nausea, confusion, anxiety and plummeting blood pressure that can lead to vascular collapse. It can be fatal. 

Within days, two more reports of Covid vaccine shock in healthcare workers came from a single hospital in Juneau, Alaska. Then the reactions of four staff at a Chicago hospital caused it to temporarily suspend injections. The CDC reported six serious anaphylactic responses by the week’s end. 

One woman, who reportedly had no previous allergic history, was given a dose of epinephrine and put on a drip of steroids to combat her immune hypersensitivity to the shot. Doctors removed the drip when her symptoms abated, but the reaction began again. She was re-medicated and hospitalized overnight.

It was early days of the launch, but already the COVID vaccine picture was looking a smudge less rosy than health agencies and the media had been proclaiming for months. Severe allergic reactions are “one-in-a-million,” government overseer Paul Offit of the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Vaccines and Related Biological Products Advisory Committee said confidently in the week leading up to the launch. Nothing to worry about. 

Two in 5,000, six in 215,000 may be small risks, but neither UK or US experience  is “one in a million.” And neither is 2.3 percent. Vaccinate 100 million people, and 2,300,000 of them are not functioning or seeking medical help. Risk calculations matter. Especially when you are injecting billions of previously healthy people who face a less than one percent chance of dying from the virus you are trying to protect them from, should they even encounter it.2  

Just how prevalent are allergic reactions to vaccines? Are all cases being reported? Is there some particularly allergy-inducing ingredient in this vaccine (see box, page 35)? Did some people have attacks after they left the hospital? What about the booster shots that public health is already saying will be more reactive?  

The UK’s Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency issued an advisory saying that people with a history of a “significant allergic reaction to a vaccine, medicine or food should not receive Pfizer’s vaccine” and added that “resuscitation facilities should be available at all times for all vaccinations.” That didn’t stop them from setting up a “drive-through vaccination center” in Manchester, however.

Serious anaphylactic reactions usually happen within minutes or hours of an offending foreign agent entering the body, but they are the tip of a very large iceberg of immune-mediated diseases. Most allergies and other immune conditions have long simmering periods before they manifest as full-blown disease. 

What happens in the hours, days, months and years after an immune system is chemically altered by vaccination? What besides allergy can go wrong and how often does it happen? 

Eight researchers from six countries including Georgia Institute of Technology research affiliate Ronald Kostoff, University of Bari professor of biochemistry Darja Kanduc and leading Israeli immunologist Yehuda Shoenfeld tackle that question in a 2020 paper published in Toxicology Reports voicing their concerns about the fast-tracked experimental COVID vaccine.3 

“Numerous mid- and longer-term potential issues concerning vaccines have been identified,” they say, listing 16 mechanisms known to be problematic after vaccination, including: “antibody-dependent enhancement,” “chronic immune activation,” “cross-reactivity” and “impact of combinations of toxic stimuli” on the immune system.

People respond differently to vaccines depending on their prior history of vaccinations and natural infections, their exposures to toxins before and after vaccination, their nutritional status and the route of infection, the researchers note. 

Their paper also describes how both vaccine and natural viruses can share molecules with human proteins that might trigger immune responses against not only the virus but also the human proteins, causing autoimmune disease. Research shows that “latency periods can range from days to years for post-infection and post-vaccination autoimmunity,” and they point to autoimmune and neurological diseases in the biomedical literature that are “triggered by vaccinations.” 

 

Catalog of disease

PubMed—a biomedical research database run by the National Institutes of Health—houses hundreds of case reports and studies where vaccination is a suspected or confirmed cause in a catalog of illnesses. A smattering of these include reports of children who have died from the virus in a vaccine vial—test-confirmed fatal infection with vaccine chickenpox, for example.4 

One 2008 paper investigated the case of a three-month-old baby who died within 24 hours of vaccination. The Italian researchers used immunohistochemical and other laboratory tests not used routinely in postmortem exams and concluded that “acute respiratory failure likely due to post hexavalent immunization-related shock was the cause of death.”5 

How often does this happen? Sudden unexplained death is a leading cause of infant mortality in developed nations.6 

A 2019 forensic study of 32 cases of sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS, a term for deaths of babies with no obvious reason) found that 21.9 percent of them—more than one in five deaths—occurred within seven days of vaccination. 

The researchers examined three babies who died within three days of receiving shots and found common immunological evidence between all three suggesting a plausible role for vaccination in their deaths. “The important question of whether the disorders are truly related to vaccination remains,” they concluded.7 

It’s not just babies and children in the medical literature of adverse vaccine case reports. One paper describes a previously healthy 79-year-old woman who went deaf in both ears two days after an influenza shot.8 Another case report describes a man going blind in both eyes after a swine flu vaccine.9 The British Medical Journal reported a case of a 36-year-old active serviceman who developed serious heart disease (myocarditis) after smallpox vaccination, which has been linked to the disease repeatedly.10 

Another study in the journal Vaccine (the journal of the vaccine industry) reveals that in the days after they receive a measles vaccine, thousands of children (0.8 percent or nearly one in 100 of those vaccinated) are taken to a hospital with fevers and seizures.11 

Parents are told to expect mild symptoms within two weeks of the shot, but these “medically attended” fevers are evidently not so mild. Apparently, even doctors have a hard time distinguishing “vaccine-associated rash illness” from the real measles, as there are a number of cases where only genetic testing confirms which is which.12 

 

Neurological disorders

Multiple studies confirm more than 1,400 cases of the brain disorder narcolepsy-cataplexy that resulted from a discontinued vaccine used in the H1N1 swine flu pandemic a decade ago.13 

It may surprise some people that the World Health Organization acknowledges that virtually all polio left in the world today is spread by a vaccine virus. Circulating vaccine-derived poliovirus (cVDPV) is the source of dozens of outbreaks in at least 21 countries and responsible for hundreds of cases of paralyzing poliomyelitis, mostly among poor children.14 

Studies link vaccination directly to other paralyzing diseases too, like Guillain-Barre syndrome,15 transverse myelitis (the frightening disorder that derailed Astra Zeneca’s COVID vaccine trial in September),16 and a host of other “demyelinating” central nervous system disorders.17 

One review paper looks at 29 case studies of blistering rashes and the horrendous, potentially fatal and blinding skin-shedding diseases Stevens-Johnson syndrome and toxic epidermal necrolysis following vaccination.18 These may be rare conditions, but autoimmune diseases are a growing phenomenon affecting up to one in five people globally, and a stack of studies link autoimmunity to vaccination. 

One 2019 review paper catalogs 500 cases of autoimmune diseases, from rheumatoid arthritis and acute disseminated encephalomyelitis to painful giant cell arteritis and optic neuritis, reported by doctors as triggered by vaccination.19 Other case reports document a horrific blistering autoimmune skin disease, bullous pemphigoid, in infants after multiple vaccinations,20 the skin disease Sweet’s syndrome in a man after pneumococcal vaccination,21 and systemic lupus erythematosus after vaccination against HPV in girls and women,22 for example. 

 

How many others?

Larry Cook started collating dozens of “coincidences” like Bear’s (see box, page 33) on the website for his group Stop Mandatory Vaccination (www.stopmandatoryvaccination.com). He created a Facebook page devoted to them, and when it started to get a lot of traffic, the mainstream media caught wind of the campaign.  

Suddenly, he says, he was the target of dozens of news articles accusing him of “dangerous,” “anti-vaxx” lies and claiming he was responsible for children dying from medical neglect. Facebook, in turn, shuttered his group, with 200,000-plus followers, from its platform. Twitter followed suit. 

Hundreds of websites share stories of vaccine injury around the world, though. One of the most well-known is VAXXED, which shares its name with the documentary about CDC whistleblower William Thomson, who admitted to the father of an autistic child that his team of scientists shredded data showing an increased risk of autism following MMR vaccination. 

Nearly 126,000 people have shared their harrowing stories of vaccine injury and deaths via the VAXXED website (www.vaxxed.com) and YouTube channel. These nightmare injury stories suggest the potential for more subtle and easily missed damage that vaccines may do in altering the natural immune system, particularly in children who receive 70-plus doses of 16 diseases before the age of 18. 

If vaccines can cause serious brain and autoimmune disorders, what else can they do? 

 

The trouble with vaccine trials

“Vaccines do not appear to have the same safety requirements as many drugs,” write the authors of the Toxicology Reports paper. Most pharmaceutical package inserts on vaccines—MMR II, influenza vaccine, diphtheria-tetanus and HPV, for example—declare that their product has “not been evaluated for carcinogenic or mutagenic potential” or its “potential to impair fertility.” In other words, no science has been done to see if these powerful immune-modulating formulas have any role in the current skyrocketing rates of cancer and infertility.

“Long-term safety studies of vaccines are rare,” the researchers add. “The typical vaccine study is aimed at efficacy. Such studies tend to be a few months long, and the main evaluation criterion is titers of antibody in the serum.” You can’t see long-term effects in short-term data.

Clinical vaccine trials also exclude people with underlying conditions. Anyone with allergies, autoimmune diseases, illnesses like diabetes and heart disease along with the frail and elderly is screened out. Only a real-world roll-out can reveal just how these people will react. 

“You’re only going to find a rare, serious event post-approval. That’s definite,” vaccinologist Offit told the editor-in-chief of the Journal of the American Medical Association  the week before the launch of the Covid-19 vaccine. Quoting the “Father of Vaccinology” Maurice Hilleman, he added: “I never quite breathe a sigh of relief until the first three million doses
are out there.”
23 

So, while the first three million people to get a jab are the real-world experiment, public health doctors say that a sophisticated “post-marketing” surveillance system is in place to catch danger signals. In the US, this is the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS), the database used for most epidemiological vaccine safety studies.  

 

The trouble with VAERS

VAERS was created at the time US Congress passed the National Childhood Vaccine Injury Act of 1986, which gave pharmaceutical companies blanket protection from lawsuits over injuries from childhood vaccines at a time of public fear about brain damage from the pertussis vaccine. (Similar blanket liability exists in most countries.) 

Between 1990 and mid-November 2019, 8,087 vaccine-related deaths were reported to VAERS, nearly half of them among children under three years old, according to the National Vaccine Information Center (NVIC).24 There were more than 17,394 reports to VAERS of permanent disability following vaccinations in the same time frame. 

Doctors are supposed to report any adverse event following vaccination to VAERS, but it is a “passive reporting” system that most doctors have not even heard about. Like most passive reporting systems, VAERS has a serious problem with under-reporting. 

A groundbreaking study from Harvard Pilgrim Healthcare looked at actual diagnostic codes in the records of people up to 30 days after vaccination and found that less than 1 percent of vaccine adverse events that should have been reported to VAERS actually were.

 “In other words, the actual numbers of adverse reactions to vaccines are one to two orders of magnitude higher than those reported in VAERS,” write the authors of the Toxicology Reports paper. 

That would mean there were more like 808,700 vaccine-related deaths since 1990, says NVIC. 

Similarly, the number of vaccine-related disabilities is closer to 1,739,400 since 1990. What’s more, the Toxicology Reports paper authors note, since the study only looked at single vaccination appointments and only for one month, serious long-term immunological reactions like autoimmunity are completely missed. “One can only conclude that a negligible fraction of long-term adverse events is reported in a passive monitoring system like VAERS.”

 

Real risk: one in 39

“It’s a completely different calculus than one-in-a-million,” Robert Kennedy Jr, chairman of Children’s Health Defense, told WDDTY.  He also cites the million-dollar 2010 Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) study—which analyzed data on 1.4 million doses of 45 different vaccines administered to over 376,000 individuals between 2006 and 2009. The AHRQ used a new electronic surveillance system (ESP-VAERS) that could detect adverse events from vaccines by digitally counting clinician visits, diagnostic codes, prescriptions and vaccines rather than voluntary VAERS reports, which often lack critical record-keeping data. The system reported an adverse event rate of 2.6 percent—or one event for every 39 vaccines administered.25 

“If those numbers are close to the truth—and they appear to be in comparison with other clinical trials like the Gardasil trial in which 2.3 percent of vaccinated girls developed autoimmune disease26—then the risks are much greater than the public health authorities and pharmaceutical companies are claiming,” said Kennedy.

 

Broken system

“The surveillance system is completely broken,” Kennedy adds, referring to VAERS. What’s worse is that oversight agencies like the CDC, charged with monitoring adverse events and protecting the public, know there is a big problem but have turned a blind eye to the evidence.

The ESP-VAERS was designed to replace the failed VAERS, but when the results came in showing the staggering one-in-39 adverse event rate, suddenly the CDC, responsible for implementing the program, went dark on the researchers. Their final report states: “Unfortunately, there was never an opportunity to perform system performance assessments because the necessary CDC contacts were no longer available and the CDC consultants responsible for receiving data were no longer responsive to our multiple requests to proceed with testing and evaluation.” 

In December, Kennedy wrote a lengthy letter to David Kessler, co-chair of Joe Biden’s Transition Covid-19 Advisory Board. Kennedy detailed the problems with vaccine adverse event surveillance, which he called “a direct threat to patient life and public health,” and concluded: “Your committee should not allow further rollout of Covid-19 vaccines until FDA’s capacities for monitoring long-term vaccine safety are significantly improved.”27 

The COVID-19 campaign targets virtually everyone on the planet with an extraordinarily experimental vaccine, but Kennedy’s warning to Kessler could apply to each and all of the 70-plus vaccine doses given to children or any vaccine for adults in the arsenal of public health. 

Without the truth about how many and what kind of adverse events these vaccines cause, public health’s claim that they are “effective” is irrelevant, and that they are “safe” is a lie.

 

‘Physicians need to be aware’

There’s an entire medical textbook, Vaccines and Autoimmunity (Wiley-Blackwell, 2015), in which dozens of researchers and doctors survey the literature linking vaccines to autoimmune diseases from alopecia to ulcerative colitis. It is mostly inconclusive, yet full of statements like this:

“The various vaccines given to children, as well as adults, may contain either whole weakened infectious agents or synthetic peptides and genetically engineered antigens of infectious agents, and adjuvants (typically aluminum). In addition, they also contain diluents, preservatives (thimerosal, formaldehyde), detergents (polysorbate) and residuals of culture growth media (Saccharomyces cerevisiae, gelatin, bovine extract, monkey kidney tissue, etc. . . . The safety of the residuals has not been thoroughly   investigated . . . However, some studies suggest that even these trace amounts may not be inherently safe as was previously assumed.” 

“Physicians need to be aware,” the text continues, “that in certain individuals, vaccinations can trigger serious and potentially disabling and even fatal autoimmune manifestations.” 

 

The short life of Bear

In pictures, Berit “Bear” Bliss is an adorable infant with an impish grin. “He was smiling and rolling over and was really alert. Bear was a cuddle bug,” his mother, Anne says. “He loved to be held.”  Bear was born on January 29, 2015. The following day he was vaccinated against hepatitis B—a disease that affects one in 100,000 Americans and for which the most common risk factor is intravenous drug abuse.  

His next round of vaccines was at his two-month check-up. Anne recalls having a “gut feeling” she shouldn’t vaccinate Bear before she went to her appointment, and she objected to the number of shots—six separate needles containing eight disease antigens. But the pediatrician assured her that it was routine.

After his shots, Bear slept almost all day. “I had to wake him up to feed him; that was very unusual,” Anne recalls. He also cried and wanted to be held more than usual. At 3 a.m. on March 28, Bear was asleep on Anne’s chest in her bed because he had been fussing. She set him down on his back and went to the bathroom. He was asleep. When she returned to pick him up, he was limp. “I screamed.”

Anne’s husband woke up and immediately started doing CPR on the baby. Anne called 911 and, forgetting her address as they had recently moved, told the dispatcher to call the hospital two minutes away to expect them. “By the time we got there, he had blood running out of his nose. They got him back and lost him several times. That beeping sound still to this day makes me feel like my heart is being ripped out of my chest.”

The next morning a doctor told the couple that Bear would not recover and was not getting enough oxygen. The 20-year-old mother and her husband had to make “the hardest decision ever. We decided to take him off of the machine and hold him while he took his last breaths. At 10:13 am, he was pronounced dead.

“Those months following, and still to this day, are sometimes unbearable.”

Anne waited four months before a coroner ruled Bear had died of SIDS—and that the eight vaccinations he’d received not two days before were “just a coincidence.”

 

PEGylated nanoparticles in your vaccine

Harold Gielow had his first allergic reaction when he was in his 20s, while on active duty aboard a US naval ship in 1983. Had he or the Navy known he had allergies, he would have been precluded from fine operations. But he’d never experienced any symptoms before, and he didn’t know what was making him react suddenly. 

Over the years he had skin reactions to various glue substances, for example, but nothing serious until a few years ago, when he had a severe anaphylactic reaction to preparatory medicines for colonoscopy. 

“I started itching all over; I had urticarial hives inside and out. My blood pressure dropped rapidly, and then I passed out,” says the 63-year-old retired United States Marine Corps lieutenant colonel. “It all happened in 60 seconds.” He was taken to hospital by ambulance where he recovered.

Follow-up tests at Johns Hopkins University confirmed the culprit: the petrochemical polyethylene glycol (PEG), used widely in creams and lotions, laxatives and other pharmaceuticals. 

Even when Gielow has informed doctors about his known allergy, they’ve prescribed him drugs that don’t specify PEG on the label because it’s not required—and he’s had allergic reactions. When talk of the new COVID-19 vaccine began, Gielow was astonished to find that the top three vaccine candidates, including those first approved from Pfizer and Moderna, contain PEG as a lipid nanoparticle vector that carries the active messenger RNA into the body. 

What’s more, he says, the companies know it’s dangerous, used it anyway, and are not informing doctors or the public. 

Many recent studies confirm the potentially deadly properties of PEG: it can stimulate anti-PEG antibody production that can leave a person vulnerable to an allergic reaction. A 2016 study showed that 72 percent of the general population already has measurable anti-PEG antibodies and concluded that this “underscores the potential importance of screening patients for anti-PEG antibody levels prior to administration of therapeutics containing PEG.”1 

For example, in the case of cancer drugs that are chemically linked to PEG (so-called PEGylation), laboratory studies show that the immune-stimulating properties of PEG can interfere with the effectiveness of the drug—quite the opposite of its intended function.2

And it’s not just cancer drugs, as PEG has become ubiquitous in drug delivery. A 2020 review of the literature on the dangerous “immunogenicity” of PEG concludes that efforts are “urgently needed to design, synthesize and evaluate new alternatives to PEG.”3 

Moderna even wrote about the dangers in a report to the Securities Exchange Commission in 2018: “Certain aspects of our investigational medicines may induce immune reactions from either the mRNA or the lipid as well as adverse reactions within liver pathways or degradation of the mRNA or the LNP [lipid nanoparticles], any of which could lead to significant adverse events in one or more of our clinical trials.”4

Lethal anaphylactic reactions have been increasing in recent years without clearly identified culprits, particularly in young people.5 

Judging by the anaphylactic shock reactions and the thousands of reported “health impact events” in response to Pfizer’s PEGylated vaccine in the first days of its roll-out, Lt. Col Gielow thinks a fatal reaction is inevitable: “I’m really worried people are going to die from this.”

 

Vaccinated vs. unvaccinated children: who is healthier?

Across the globe, children receive far more vaccinations than their parents and grandparents did. For example, in the US, children currently receive up to 79 vaccine doses against 16 diseases by age 18. In comparison, children in 1983 received just 11 shots against eight diseases.

Remarkably, no large-scale study has ever compared the health outcomes of children who receive all of the currently recommended childhood vaccinations against those who receive none, which leaves an important question unanswered about the health impact of vaccines on children generally: are vaccinated children, protected from common childhood infections, healthier overall? 

In November 2020, pediatrician Paul Thomas and independent researcher James Lyons-Weiler published their landmark study attempting to answer this question.1

The study compared the “relative incidence of office visits” (RIOV)—a measure of days of required healthcare—of 3,324 pediatric patients who received care in Thomas’s integrative pediatric practice over a 10-year period. Of those, 2,763 had received at least one vaccine (variably vaccinated group) and 561 had received no vaccines (unvaccinated group). The results were astonishing.

• Children who were vaccinated required twice as much healthcare time overall compared to unvaccinated children.

• There were a total of 34 vaccine-preventable infections among the unvaccinated children compared to just seven in the vaccinated group. Most of these (23) were chickenpox. None of the children in either group died.

• Remarkably, no unvaccinated children developed the common childhood disorder attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). Compared to the children who’d had the fewest vaccinations, the children who had the most vaccinations visited the clinic for ADHD-related issues over 53 times more often (ROIV = 53.74).

• Vaccinated children had 10 times as many doctor visits for behavioral issues (ROIV: 10.28).

• Vaccinated children visited the doctor more often for ear pain and otitis media (ear infection) (ROIV: 10.37 and 7.03, respectively).

• Vaccinated children were treated more frequently for eye disorders (ROIV: 5.53).

• Vaccinated children required six times more healthcare for anemia than their unvaccinated peers (ROIV: 6.334).

• Vaccinated children were treated three times more often for asthma than their unvaccinated peers (ROIV: 3.496).

• Vaccinated children were seen for allergic rhinitis (hay fever) nearly 6.5 times more often than unvaccinated children in the practice (ROIV: 6.479). 

The study was unable to detect differences in developmental disorders including autism, the biggest tempest in the vaccine debate, perhaps because many patients in the practice ceased vaccinating when they experienced adverse events and were only partially vaccinated.

Larry Cook, of the 200,000-member strong, now-shuttered Facebook group Stop Mandatory Vaccination, says it’s also in keeping with what he heard from parents time and again: “Their vaccine-free children reached milestones sooner, didn’t get as sick as often, got over illness faster and were far healthier in every possible way without chronic ailments compared to their vaccinated siblings.”

Given that American children are suffering from a soaring epidemic of chronic immune-mediated illnesses including asthma, ADHD, autism and allergies with no identified causes, you’d think public health would take great interest in this research.

Apparently, they did. Four days after he published his study, health authorities in the state of Oregon, where Dr Thomas practices, suspended his license to practice medicine without a hearing, leaving his patients unattended. You can learn more about his research—and now his legal battle—at
www.paulthomasmd.com.

 
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