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Why Does Lancet Say Less than 1% of V-Safe Participants Required Medical Assistance When the ICAN Dashboard and FOI Data Released Shows 7.7% of Participants Sought Medical Assistance?
7th March 2022 Lancet paper reported that less than 1% of V-Safe Participants sought medical care? Should this paper be revisited in the light of this data reveal?
A Lancet paper on safety of the Covid-19 Products, download, looking specifically at the mRNA products was published on 7 March of 2022 and reviewed VAERS and V-Safe Data from 14 December 2020 up to 14 June 2021.
During the period that this paper covered there had been 7.9 million V-Safe participants. At that time 32.1% of people making reports indicated that they were unable to perform normal activities, missed work or school, or required medical care after a second dose. There was a big increase in reported adverse health outcomes from the first to the second dose, meaning a dose-dependent effect of the vaccines!
The Lancet paper reports that less than 1% of v-safe users sought medical care.
However, the data from the V-Safe interactive dashboard provided by ICAN indicates that 0.8 million of the 10.1 million persons reporting sought medical care (7.7%)!
The Lancet paper interpreted:
Safety data from more than 298 million doses of mRNA COVID-19 vaccine administered in the first 6 months of the US vaccination programme show that the most reported adverse events were mild and short in duration.
Could this Lancet paper have misreported the % of persons seeking medical help, and thus have provided false reassurance? Should the paper be reassessed in the light of this data coming to light?
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