Friday, June 02, 2023


“You may choose to look the other way, but you can never say again that you did not know.”

— William Wilberforce

Nicole Saphier, MD on Adverse Reactions of COVID-19 in Adolescents

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[The New York Times and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention] cherry-pick the way that they present the data [on the adverse effects of COVID-19 vaccines in adolescents]. It’s an all or none approach. They say either adolescents are fully vaccinated or every single one of them is going to get COVID-19. That’s the way they are balancing it right now.

Not every single adolescent is going to get infected with the virus especially when you are in areas of this country where case transmission is exceedingly low.

We have just as much data showing natural immunity having a strong protective effect as we do the vaccines, but they continue to stop and not acknowledge it.

[T]he FDA needs to look a little bit closer at these vaccines before they continue having universal recommendations.

— Nicole Saphier, MD, radiologist and director of breast imaging at Memorial Sloan Kettering Monmouth, New Jersey

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2 Responses

  1. I’m beyond concerned about this vaccine being mandated for school. Please write your state officials now not to allow schools to mandate this experiment on our children. We’ve seen so many serious heart conditions being reported on adolescents. Unfortunately media doesn’t report.

  2. With a death rate of 18/M per each jab ?. Perhaps in 51% of Earth people the benefits out weigh the known risks, for 2 ? jabs.
    We seam to get a new varriant every 6 months.
    The 3 jab ? won’t work.
    Pfizer cares more about $ than lives.
    If we use the Delta strain for the 2 nd ? jab we may save more lives with the same risk. But Pfizer won’t sell more vaccines.

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