German Researcher Concerned about Number of COVID-19 Associated Vaccine Deaths and AE in EMA Database

German Researcher Concerned about Number of COVID-19 Associated Vaccine Deaths and AE in EMA Database

Recently, a German researcher investigated, reviewed, and analyzed spontaneously reported fatalities and adverse events associated with COVID-19 vaccines in Europe. Conducted by Dresden-based Karla J Lehmann, this analysis probed the number of recorded adverse events and fatalities. It assessed the cardiovascular adverse events up to a specified data in European countries. The study inquired into the EudraVigilance web reports originating from the European Medicines Agency (EMA) and some data from the German PEI safety system. Ms. Lehmann emphasized an "alarming" rate of COVID-19 vaccine-associated suspected side effects as well as potential deaths. The German researcher also pointed out large volumes of cardiovascular reactions associated with the databases—in many cases of a life-threatening nature. For example, what she refers to as cardiac and heart circulatory triggered deaths represented nearly a third of vaccine-related deaths associated with the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine called Comirnaty.

The subject of COVID-19 vaccine-associated adverse events and deaths is most certainly controversial, and this recent study uploaded to preprint is no exception. She notes that...

Note:  If you need assistance with your subscription or would like to discuss a corporate subscription for more than 10 employees please contact us or use the chat (bottom right).

Personal
$5 / Month
Individuals at home that are reading our content for personal health care or other non-professional reasons.
Like a Starbucks a month
Personal - Single Payment
$50 for 1 Year
Individuals - reading for personal reasons who prefer to pay for one year in advance with no recurring billing.
18% discount to monthly
Professional
$12 / Month
Professionals from the healthcare industry who are subscribing on behalf of their company for work reasons.
Way better than coffee