(ORDO NEWS) — The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) released a 38-page report on adverse events related to the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine, which Pfizer tried to keep under wraps until 2097. The release came after a successful FOI request against the FDA was reviewed by the court.
A 38-page document titled “Cumulative Analysis of Post-Authorization Adverse Event Reports PF-07302048 (BNT162B2) Received up to February 28, 2021” by Worldwide Safety and Pfizer focuses specifically on adverse reactions from Pfizer’s mRNA vaccine – BioNTech COVID- 19.
“The FDA must release the remaining documents at a rate of 55,000 pages every 30 days, with the first document due on or before March 1, 2022, and so on until full completion,” the court said in the ruling.
Potential side effects of Pfizer vaccines
Of 42,086 people (29,914 women, 9,182 men, and 2,990 people of unspecified sex) and 158,893 reported adverse events, 19,582 recovered, 11,361 did not recover, 520 recovered with consequences (complications), 1,223 died and 9,400 were unknown, as of April 30, 2021.
Page 30, labeled “Appendix 1 List of Adverse Events of Special Interest” (AESI), lists 9 pages (over a thousand) of various conditions. AESI is “a specific condition or event that occurs in some people after immunization that could potentially be causally linked to a vaccine product”, such as the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine. The list includes:
Herpes, epilepsy, lupus, type 1 diabetes, collagen disease, seizures, respiratory reactions, collagen vascular disorders, migraine-induced seizures, diabetic ketoacidosis and diabetic mastopathy, embolic stroke, lupus myocarditis, epilepsy together with epileptic psychosis, renal vascular thrombosis, herpetic radiculopathy and rheumatic brain disease, to name but a few.
Interestingly, “clinically isolated syndrome” (inflammation of nerve tissue) and “testicular autoimmunity” (destruction of testicular blood vessels) were included. The Pfizer report also mentions more common adverse reactions and conditions such as Crohn’s disease, asthma, premature menopause and facial paralysis.
Moreover, some of these conditions are autoimmune diseases (type 1 diabetes). So it’s possible that other environmental factors, and not just the vaccine, are at play here. Pfizer concluded that these results “confirm a favorable benefit/risk balance for BNT162b2”.
Covid-19 vaccine and pregnancy
The Pfizer document included a dataset of 274 pregnant women. 146 reported non-serious adverse events and 124 reported serious adverse events. Of the 124 serious pregnancy-related cases, the following vaccine-related events were reported:
Spontaneous abortion (25), uterine contractions, premature rupture of membranes, fetal death (1), myalgia and pyrexia (16 each), arthralgia (9), lymphadenopathy and drug failure (7 each), chest pain, dizziness and asthenia (16 each), 6) and COVID-19 (5), just to name a few.
Cases of the disease in breastfeeding children in total were registered in 133 women. Of these, 116 reported exposure to vaccines while breastfeeding without any clinical adverse events. 17 cases were considered more serious, with the following clinical events in the infant/child exposed while breastfeeding:
Pyrexia, rash, infant irritability, infant vomiting, diarrhoea, insomnia and malaise, poor infant feeding, lethargy, abdominal discomfort, vomiting, vaccine allergy, increased appetite, restlessness, crying, poor sleep quality, erection, agitation, pain and urticaria .
These declassified documents must be carefully examined by all of us. But with 450,000 documents yet to be declassified, we may be left with one option: prepare for even more shock from what remains to be known.
As stated in the Court’s ruling on the Freedom of Information Request:
“John F. Kennedy also acknowledged that “a nation that is afraid to let its people judge truth and lies in the open market is a nation that is afraid of its people.” And, most appropriately in this case, John McCain (correct) noted that “excessive administrative secrecy … fuels conspiracy theories and reduces public confidence in government.”
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