Vaccine Risk and Informed Consent

Vaccine Risk and Informed Consent

When a person experiences an adverse event – a new symptom, injury, or condition – anything from headache or nausea, to serious or severe illness such as shortness of breath, stroke, or heart attack, this should be reported to VAERS. It is a voluntary reporting system that has been estimated to account for only 1% (see the Lazarus Report

Whether the event is considered to be related to or caused by the vaccination itself, is not up to the individual reporting the event, to decide. All events, especially within 45 days following a vaccine, should be reported, regardless of the presumed cause.

Dr. Fauci himself recognizes that adverse events from vaccines can occur up to 45 days after the dose.

However, Fauci fails to mention that vaccines have been found to contribute to the development of injuries or chronic disease months or even years post-vaccination.

Autoimmune or chronic illnesses including thrombocytopenia, gulf war illness, macrophagic myofasciitis, and autoimmune-inflammatory syndrome induced by adjuvants (ASIA) have been discovered and studied by various researchers around the world over the past two to three decades.


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