FDA Limits Use of J&J Vaccine Over Blood Clotting Disorder, But Experts Say Pfizer, Moderna Shots Pose Similar Risk - [childrenshealthdefense.org]
Anne VanGeest, 35, died April 19 at Mercy Health Saint Mary’s in Grand Rapids, 11 days after getting the Johnson & Johnson vaccine, Janssen. - [circleofmamas.com]
22 Year Old Arthur Grice Died 6 Weeks After Johnson & Johnson Vaccine From Paralytic Ileus - [circleofmamas.com]
WARNING: THROMBOSIS WITH THROMBOCYTOPENIA SYNDROME
See Full EUA Prescribing Information for complete warning.
The Janssen COVID-19 Vaccine can cause thrombosis with thrombocytopenia syndrome
(TTS) which may be life-threatening.
TTS may involve thrombosis at unusual locations for a thrombus (i.e., cerebral vein, visceral
artery or vein, extremity artery, central artery or vein) or in an extremity vein or pulmonary
9 deaths out of 18 million doses.
@BDair People like you do not understand the significance of expertise, usually because you don't have any yourself. I can not be an expert in every field so I rely on others who have devoted their lives to developing expertise in one or more fields just like I did. Only an expert would be qualified to answer your question and I doubt that you would even be qualified to understand their answer.
You can read an expert's opinion here. "California-based ICU physician and surgeon Patricia Lee, M.D. was compelled by her conscience to write a letter to the heads of the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the Center for Disease Control (CDC) detailing her first-hand experience of COVID-19 vaccine injuries." - [circleofmamas.com]
@BDair Thanks for proving my point that you do not understand expertise. A physician is not an expert in epidemiology.
You are still wrong. An epidemiologist does not treat patients in an ICU and try to determine a proximate cause of a condition. She might collect data from many ICU physicians to track reports of vaccine injury to determine if the vaccine itself was creating an epidemic, which it is.
@BDair So you don't understand expertise OR statistics and you've forgotten your own question which had nothing to do with medicine. I'm sorry, but you are just too dumb to bother interacting with. Blocked.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) on Thursday put strict limits on the use of the Johnson & Johnson (J&J) COVID-19 vaccine, citing the risk of a blood-clotting condition the agency described as “rare and potentially life-threatening.”
In a statement Thursday, the FDA said the risk of vaccine recipients developing thrombosis with thrombocytopenia syndrome (TTS) after receiving the vaccine “warrants limiting the authorized use of the vaccine.”
How many deaths are acceptable before a product that has not completed its safety and efficacy trials should be pulled off the market until a proper investigation can be completed?