The "largest Covid vaccine study yet" shows "small increases in neurological, blood, heart-related issues"
· Feb 21, 2024 ·

Are you surprised by this? If so, where have you been for the last, you know, three years?

Researchers from the Global Vaccine Data Network analyzed 99 million people who received jabs in eight countries and monitored for increases in 13 medical conditions, Bloomberg News reported.

The study, which was published in the journal Vaccine last week, found the vaccines were linked to a slight spike in neurological, blood and heart-related medical conditions.

All of us who have been reading the reports and seeing loved ones suffer from the jabs all this time:

Just look at this Bloomberg headline. This would have gotten you banned just two years ago.

Instances of myocarditis were found in Pfizer and Moderna's jabs, while some pericarditis was implicated in a third dose of AstraZeneca.

Meanwhile, "an increased risk also was identified of a type of blood clot in the brain from viral-vector shots such as the one developed by the University of Oxford and manufactured by AstraZeneca."

As well, there was "a 2.5 times greater risk of developing Guillain-Barre syndrome, a rare neurological disorder in which the immune system attacks the nerves, among people who received AstraZeneca's jab."

Instances remained statistically rare, with "single sites or regions … unlikely to have a large enough population to detect very rare signals."

Statistically rare enough to still be making headlines, that is.

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