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Breaking: Shit just hit the fan!
Almost 5 million adverse events reported by Pfizer's own document
Hold onto your seats, folks, because a few hours ago, Daniel Horowitz from Conservative Review unleashed Pfizer's Post Marketing Adverse Event Report [SOURCE].
The numbers were staggering, with 1.6 million adverse events jumping off the page. But guess what? The actual report from Pfizer is even more shocking.
It seems like Daniel may have reported the figures for the report interval, covering the period between December 2021 and June 2022. However, when you dig into the cumulative data from December 2020 to June 2022, the adverse event count skyrockets to almost 5 million. Talk about a jaw-dropping revelation!
If you're curious about the nitty-gritty details, check out the tabulation of Serious and Non-Serious Adverse Events. What you really want to focus on is the "C" column, which represents the cumulative cases from December 2020 to June 2022. This column reveals the serious adverse events, including those categorized as Death, Life Threatening, or resulting in Disability/Permanent Damage. You can read the full definition from FDA here)
Here’s the link to the tabulation of Serious and Non-Serious Adverse Events.
Here’s an example of Neoplasms (i.e. malignant neoplasms means cancer).
Total neoplasms reported = 3092.
Have a blast reading the report! I wonder if that's why Walensky resigned suddenly. I think she may have received the report a few weeks earlier. The
elephant T-Rex in the room has definitely woken up!
Update: Head on to Part 2 here
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