Brook Jackson, former regional director of Ventavia Research Group, shed light on data integrity and regulatory oversight issues concerning the phase III study of Pfizer’s COVID-19 jab.
According to Jackson, Ventavia Research Group:
falsified data, unblinded patients, employed inadequately trained vaccinators, and was slow to follow up on adverse events reported in Pfizer’s pivotal phase III trial. Staff who conducted quality control checks were overwhelmed by the volume of problems they were finding. After repeatedly notifying Ventavia of these problems, the regional director, Brook Jackson, emailed a complaint to the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA).
Jackson gave the BMJ internal company documents, photos, audio recordings, and emails to verify her claims.
Unfortunately, the FDA showed zero interest in reviewing her evidence, and Ventavia fired her shortly after filing the complaint.
But some medical professionals took notice of Jackson’s statements and the BMJ report.
Her shocking revelations prompted a group of 16 Swedish doctors and researchers to sign a petition demanding the Pfizer COVID-19 jab be removed from the country’s market.
Due to Pfizer’s scientifically unacceptable phase III clinical trial, the signatories want the COVID-19 jab halted for all age groups.
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Below is a press release from Läkaruppropet that includes the name of the signatories:
We believe that what BMJ reported is extremely serious. This overturns confidence in Pfizer, which is responsible for testing the vaccine and for the safety of the vaccine currently used by Swedes, of whom hundreds of thousands are children.
The extent of the number of reported suspected side effects of the covid vaccine is also gigantic, for example, in Sweden during the ten months that vaccination has taken place, 83,744 suspected side effects have been reported , which is more than 10 times more than all side effects reported per year during the most recent years for all drugs and vaccines, a total of about 25,000 substances.
About twenty studies have shown that the vaccine’s effect is very weak. One of these studies, which is Swedish, showed that the vaccine had a good effect for about two months, that AstraZeneca’s vaccine had no effect against the delta variant after four months and that the same applied to Pfizer’s vaccine after seven months.
The strong suspicion that parts of the clinical trial of Pfizer’s vaccine have not been performed in a scientifically acceptable manner and where the study results can not be considered reliable, combined with the large extent of reported suspected side effects after vaccination, many of a serious nature, makes us doctors , researchers and immunologists are deeply concerned. Not least for children who are at extremely low risk of serious illness with covid-19, but who are at risk of serious side effects. The fact that the vaccine’s effect has already subsided sharply after a few months and is weak against the delta variant of the virus contributes to our conclusion that covid vaccination in Sweden should be paused until risk / benefit calculations are made for all age groups. Our position is taken in the light of the revelation in BMJ and what we know today about the risks for the patient.
Nils Littorin , physician; doctor of clinical microbiology
Magnus Burling , specialist in general medicine,
Sture Blomberg , specialist in anesthesia and intensive care; Associate Professor
Ragnar Hultborn , Specialist in Oncology; Professor Emeritus
Lilian Weiss , Specialist in General Surgery; Associate Professor
Ann-Cathrin Engwall , Immunologist and Virologist; doctor of molecular cell biology with an immunological focus
Sebastian Rushworth, AT doctor
Maria Papadopoulou , ophthalmologist
Carina Ljungfelt , specialist in general medicine
Christina Malm , specialist in general medicine,
Bo Jonsson , specialist in general psychiatry; with dr
Anette Stahel , PhD in biomedicine,
Nina Yderberg, specialist in child and adolescent psychiatry
Dinu Dusceac , specialist in cardiology; PhD
Margareta Andersson , specialist in general medicine
Hanna Åsberg , specialist in general medicine
The True Defender added:
Pfizer is also ignoring Jackson’s concerns as it pushes to expand the number of injection doses it produces in 2021 from 2.5 billion to three billion. Next year, Pfizer also plans to manufacture four billion doses of its injection, up from a projected three billion doses.