Out of almost 44,000 trial participants, Pfizer used data from only 170 participants to obtain EUA.
From 44,000 to 170? Nothing suspicious there.
A tremendous amount of work. Thank you.
Thank you for the in depth analysis!
If I'm reading this right, table S5 mentioned in the original study says that of the 170 cases, only 20 were severe.
Table S3 says that there were 240 severe and 21 life threatening adverse events in the vaccine group.
Did they cause 261 serious & life threatening injuries to try and prevent 20 cases of severe covid?
Excellent report!!! Next - dumb it down. IMO, this is quite challenging for a non-technical person to follow. A crisp, clean 1 pager with the key takeaways is needed for widespread distribution to the average citizen. Canadian Covid Care Alliance’s excellent summary report on the Pfizer trial is a perfect example. Talking points, we need simple, repeatable talking points, that people can wrap their heads around. For example, According to Pfizer’s own data - Pfizer did not have enough qualifying patients in their trial to be granted EUA approval - so they violated protocols to manipulate the data in order to be granted the EUA. Even that could be more concise….but you get the point.
Again, Thank You for your tremendous efforts to expose the truth, aka, real science.
This article is way too late now! We have an abundance of real data.