A study, which has yet to be fully published conducted by Dr. Spiro P. Pantazatos, an Assistant Professor of Clinical Neurobiology (Psychiatry) at Columbia University and Research Scientist at the New York State Psychiatric Institute, analyzes the publicly available data on vaccine adverse reactions and comes to a startling conclusion. The authors found that deaths of people dying from the vaccination could total in the hundreds of thousands.
Last week, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released new data showing a total of 946,463 reports of adverse events following COVID vaccines were submitted between Dec. 14, 2020, and Dec. 3, 2021, to the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS).
This most recent dats included a total of 19,886 reports of deaths and 150,946 reports of serious injuries, including deaths, during the same time period. While these numbers are certainly shocking and cause for concern and investigation, Dr. Pantazatos and his colleague, Herve Seligmann paint a far more bleak picture.
Before going any further, as not to set off the "fact checkers" it is important to point out that just because data is submitted to the CDC through VAERS, this does not in anyway mean that these reactions are related to the COVID-19 vaccine.
In fact, immediately after reporting these historically and utterly shocking numbers, the CDC reassures us that "a review of available clinical information, including death certificates, autopsy, and medical records has not established a causal link to COVID-19 vaccines."
“One of the main limitations of VAERS data is that it cannot determine if the vaccine caused the reported adverse event,” reads the CDC's website. “This limitation has caused confusion in the publicly available data from VAERS WONDER, specifically regarding the number of reported deaths. There have been instances where people have misinterpreted reports of deaths following vaccination as deaths caused by the vaccines; that is not accurate.”
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Despite this disclaimer on the CDC's website, however, the researchers in the study used other data outside of VAERS, along with VAERS data, pointing out that we need better numbers and that "accurate estimates of COVID vaccine-induced severe adverse event and death rates are critical for risk-benefit ratio analyses of vaccination and boosters against SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus in different age groups."
Researchers analyzed the publicly available data from Europe, Israel, and the US and they claim to have found a correlation within five weeks of vaccination and death. In the 6 weeks post-vaccination, researchers found a negative correlation with mortality. However, according to the study, "vaccination predicted all-cause mortality 0-5 weeks post-injection in almost all age groups and with an age-related temporal pattern consistent with the US vaccine rollout."
Using the data from the US, researchers found vaccine-induced fatality rates (VFR) of 0.04% and age-stratified vaccine-induced fatality rates within 1 month post-vaccination — suggesting that hundreds of thousands of people have died post-vaccination.
Significant regression terms estimate 130K-180K US deaths can be attributed to vaccination between February and August of 2021. The estimate converges with independent estimates based on the Vaccine Adverse Events Reporting System (VAERS) and suggests VAERS deaths are underreported by a factor of 20.
Given the factor of 20 found by the researchers in this study, according to the most recent VAERS numbers, that would mean 400,000 deaths attributed to the covid jab. While this study is not a smoking gun and needs to be peer-reviewed, it is backed up by the Lazarus study by Harvard researchers which estimated VAERS accounted for only 1% of vaccine-induced injuries.
What's more, Steve Kirsch, the executive director of the Vaccine Safety Research Foundation, and others conducted an analysis comparing anaphylaxis rates published in a study to rates found in VAERS. They concluded the true death toll from COVID-19 vaccines is 41 times higher.
Given the startling nature of these number, the researchers conclude that "the risks of COVID vaccination outweighs the benefits in children, young and middle age adults, and in older age groups with low occupational risk, previous coronavirus exposure, and access to alternative prophylaxis and early treatment options. Our findings raise important questions about mass COVID vaccinations strategies that warrant further investigation and review."