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VAERS is a Failure — Potentially Missing Massive Numbers of Adverse Vaccine Events

Posted at Revolver News: “Revolver Series, Part One: Exposing the Media’s Plot to Hide Record Vaccine Deaths and Deceive Americans” By Michael Thau, Ph.D.

Adverse Vaccine Events

From the Article: “…A 2013 study by researchers from the CDC itself found that almost 30% of health care professionals had never heard of it [VAERS]. Among those who’d come across a potential vaccine side effect and had, a jarring 83% still failed to file any report.”

Editor’s Comment: Fewer than one percent of adverse vaccine events are reported by the VAER System. So do the math, and imagine what the real numbers are regarding COVID-19 vaccine-related injuries and deaths. As of 28 May 2021, VAERS contains 4,561 reports of post-Covid “vaccine” fatalities. What we need are honest assessments of the risks, full disclosure and fully informed consent, and safe options for both prevention and treatment. Therapies must also be individually determined. Medicine has never been nor should it be a one-size-fits-all kind of endeavor. I would conclude this commentary by saying that in addition to caution about the risks of any prevention or treatment, we must also exercise caution in so far as this virus is concerned. It has already claimed many, many lives. We must remain concerned for and protective of the vulnerable, understanding that we may not always know who is at greatest risk. Medical science continues to evolve surrounding SARS-COV-2 and COVID-19. Together we are traveling a very narrow channel. Stay safe and well, everyone.

Read today’s earlier post: COVID-19 Demand the Facts and a Full Accounting