Feb 11, 2022Liked by March Twisdale

As far as capturing a near complete universe of the adverse events associated with vaxxination, VAERS was built to fail by design, plus the voluntary nature of it will always lead to under-reporting. That being said, VAERS has produced unmistakable danger signals with regards to the covid vaxxines that should be obvious to anyone who bothers to do a simple comparison against the other traditional vaxxines. So the greatest single point of failure is not VAERS itself, but the people who are tasked with investigating signs of harm that VAERS is revealing. They are either completely incompetent (hard to believe), or they are intentionally ignoring the danger signals. VAERS itself is an antiquated (technology-wise) system which could have been replaced back in 2010 during that Pilgrim Healthcare study, during which, if the CDC chose to move forward, a new system could have been implemented that would be more transparent and would allow for real-time electronic collection of data and integration into healthcare systems such that doing root cause analyses would be more efficient and accurate. The fact that they did not choose to move forward with such a new system tells you everything you need to know. The data inside the VAERS system is poorly QC'd and maintained and overall reveals gross negligence at best. Yet despite all this, the signals of unprecedented human harm are clear.


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Feb 12, 2022·edited Feb 12, 2022Liked by March Twisdale

You are incorrect about reporting the vaccine adverse effects.

Here is what the 2007-2010 Harvard Pilgrim Health Care study found:

"Although 25% of ambulatory patients experience an adverse drug event, less than 0.3% of all adverse drug events and 1-13% of serious events are reported to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). Likewise, fewer than 1% of vaccine adverse events are reported."

Only 1% for vaccine!!!

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