Vaccine Side Effects Worrisome in Study

Side effects worse in vaccine group  than placebo group

vaccine side effectsData from original trials showed the vaccine side effects were worse for the vaccinated group than for the control group. The Pfiser participants who received the vaccine were 36% more likely to exhibit an adverse event than the control group. Vaccinated participants with the Moderna group were six percent more at risk.


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Severe adverse events were defined as events that resulted in serious conditions such as death, inpatient hospitalization, and persistent disability.

Another list of side effects included acute cardiovascular injury such as myocarditis, severe allergic shock, and blood clotting. Pfiser participants were 10% more likely to suffer from one of these events. Moderna participants were 15% more likely.

CDC & Covid vaccine in immunization schedule

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on Oct. 19 confirmed plans to add COVID-19 vaccines to the child immunization schedule, which could lead to the vaccines being mandated for school children in some states.

“As we’ll be discussing today and tomorrow, incorporation of the COVID-19 vaccines in the immunization schedule and the Vaccines for Children (VFC) program is an important step towards inclusion of COVID-19 vaccines in a routine vaccination program,” Dr. Sara Oliver, a CDC official, told a panel of agency advisers during a meeting on Oct. 19.

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Alternatives to vaccine

Ivermectin is a key drug for early COVID-19 treatment, Dr. Paul Marik says.

Ivermectin, an anti-parasitic drug, has shown efficacy against COVID-19 in some studies as a prophylactic and treatment.

The Front Line COVID-19 Critical Care Alliance (FLCCC), which Marik helped start, features ivermectin and hydroxychloroquine in its early treatment protocol.

“It’s antiviral, so it works against a whole host of RNA viruses. This is indisputable. It is anti-inflammatory. We know that there are multiple studies showing that ivermectin is a very powerful anti-inflammatory drug. We know that what it does is it stimulates a process called autophagy, which is very important in the process of healing. And it’s one of the main mechanisms that we use to help patients get rid of spike protein. And ivermectin, believe it or not, stimulates autophagy. The other thing it does, which is important, is it changes [and] improves the microbiome,” Marik added.

This story continues in The Epoch Times.

Peer-reviewed Ivermectin studies

Read about the above scientific Ivermectin studies.

Read The Truth About Ivermectin in the Epoch Times.

More info about vaccine side effects

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