COVID-19 Vaccines and Children: A Scientist’s Guide for Parents by Dr. Byram W. Bridle, PhD Associate Professor of Viral Immunology


June 15, 2021
https://cdn1.collective-evolution.com/assets/uploads/2021/06/2021-06-15-Children-and-COVID-19-Vaccines-full-guide_-FINAL.pdf

[NB – This is a good document for understanding the potential problems with the Covid vaccines. Of course Dr. Bridle was censored and defamed for daring to tell the truth]

Dr. Bridle is Associate Professor of Viral Immunology in the Department of Pathobiology at the University of Guelph in Canada

The Canadian COVID Care Alliance (CCCA) is an alliance of independent Canadian scientists, physicians and other health professionals, committed to providing top-quality and balanced evidence-based information to the Canadian public about COVID-19 so that hospitalizations can be reduced, lives can be saved, and our country can be safely restored as quickly as possible.

From page 14

Using the U.S. VAERS and similar adverse event reporting systems around the world, there is continuous monitoring of adverse events of special interest. But each jurisdiction is left to their own discretion to decide which, if any, particular adverse events of special interest will receive closer scrutiny. For example, the European Medicines Agency has compiled a list of important medical events (IMEs) which are always to be classified as serious (the IME list). The IMEs that are most frequently reported following COVID-19 vaccination (in descending order) are:

• Fainting (syncope)
• Blood clot(s) in the lungs
• Anaphylactic reaction
• Deep vein thrombosis
• Pneumonia
• Low blood platelet count (thrombocytopenia)
• Blood clot(s) or bleeding in the brain
• Hallucinations
• Cerebral stroke
• Loss of consciousness

Definitive cause-and-effect relationships for these events have not yet been established; it is hoped that with additional surveillance and time, clarity on the role of the vaccines in the cause of these events will be better understood. In the meantime, given that the spike protein is biologically active and there are mechanisms that could potentially explain some of these IMEs (discussed further below), there is good reason for genuine concern.

[The report is 140 pages long and worth reading]

This is the table of contents



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