It is no longer possible for doctors and patients to receive unbiased, rigorous evaluations from drug regulators.
Imperial College has produced a new fantasy number to test people’s gullibility. This time they are claiming that 19.8 million lives have been saved by vaccination.
Imperial College now have a global reputation for making provable wrong claims based on modelling and they appear to want to bolster that reputation.
But are the regulators listening?
Seventy-nine experienced health professionals and academics from the Children’s Covid Vaccines Advisory Council, have sent yet another letter to the MHRA exhorting them not to follow the FDA in authorising Covid-19 products for 0-4-year-olds. We know from past experience that where one regulator goes the others quickly follow.
A new study has been published in the peer-reviewed journal Andrology, reporting on pre- and post-vaccination sperm counts and quality in 37 sperm donors in Israel. There have long been concerns about the potential for the mRNA products to have deleterious effects on male fertility, particularly after frequent reports of female menstrual irregularities, and the (now widely accepted) confirmation that the Lipid-nanoparticles become distributed around the body.
The FDA met on 15th June and despite all the evidence of non-efficacy from the infant Pfizer vaccine and the still total lack of data on long-term harms, they went ahead. If the last eighteen months are anything to go by, the MHRA will follow soon, followed after a respectable few weeks by the JCVI. Indeed, vaccination for this age-group is already listed for JCVI discussion.
There has been a vast quantity of water under the bridge since this article first appeared in March 2021 as part of HART’s COVID-19: an overview of the evidence. Despite numerous unanswered questions to the regulators, and legal challenges, the ethical and legal precept of protecting children was dropped in the clamour to protect society as a whole.
A texan court ordered that the FDA release the documents used by the FDA to give emergency use authorisation for the Pfizer vaccine. The FDA asked if these documents could be kept hidden until 2076 but by August all will have been shared. Early analysis has demonstrated several concerning anomalies but crucially it has revealed that the efficacy data was not what was sold.
We are a group of health professionals and scientists from the UK, who submitted a letter to the FDA meeting in March regarding our concerns over the potential authorisation of Pfizer vaccine for children aged 6 months to 4 years and our letter is reattached today in readiness for your June meeting. No new evidence has come to light since our March letter, which gives any credibility to the necessity, safety or even efficacy of this vaccine for infants.
When the JCVI considered covid vaccines for children in July 2021, they stated, “JCVI is of the view that the health benefits of universal vaccination in children and young people below the age of 18 years do not outweigh the potential risks.
A recent article published in prestigious scientific journal BMJ global health has questioned the effectiveness of vaccination mandates during the Covid-19 pandemic and pointed out their unintended consequences.
This paper, published in the “peer-reviewed” Canadian Medical Association Journal, quite simply represents an amoral, unethical and utterly transparent attempt to use pseudoscientific modelling to fabricate a false narrative.
Not content with authorising the Pfizer vaccine for 12-15s last summer and more recently and even more controversially for 5-11s, they have now authorised the Moderna Spikevax for this young age group.
This is the heading of a crowdjustice appeal looking to challenge the government’s decision on vaccinating healthy primary school children. But given this is only an ‘offer’, is a legal challenge required?
Since the arrival of the omicron variant, infection rates or positive cases have risen rapidly. Hospitalisations have also risen but it has been hard to disentangle admissions ‘with’ and admissions ‘for’ covid.