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Swedish Scientist Anette Stahel: CDC Used Flawed Israeli Analysis to Incorrectly Promote COVID-19 Vax Safe vs. Infection Risk (Trial site News); The study authors concluded that the vaccine was linked
to an excess risk of myocarditis at 1 to 5 events per 100,000 individuals in Israel. The young Swedish scientist picks apart the Israeli study, adjusting and correcting for flawed assumptions...
‘Anette Stahel, a biomedical focused scientist at the University of Skövde, a state university in the small town of Skövde, Sweden-- 155 miles to the southwest of Stockholm, challenged some key assumptions in a major paper published in the New England Journal of Medicine titled “Safety of the BNT162b2 mRNA COVID-19 Vaccine in a Nationwide Setting.” The authors of that paper, based in Israel, concluded in a study involving nationwide mass vaccination, that the Pfizer-BioNTech BNT162b2 vaccine was not associated with an elevated risk of most of the adverse events studied, when compared to COVID-19 infection. The study authors concluded that the vaccine was linked to an excess risk of myocarditis at 1 to 5 events per 100,000 individuals in Israel. The young Swedish scientist picks apart the Israeli study, adjusting and correcting for flawed assumptions, then recalculating for what she argues reflects a far more accurate depiction of real-world risks and benefits associated with the COVID-19 vaccines.
The output of this effort disturbs the mind if all of the assumptions and calculations are correct. More so because the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) depended on the Israeli study to promote the risk-benefit assessment that getting the vaccine was less risky when factoring in eleven injuries including myocarditis, then succumbing to actual infection. In fact, Stahel demonstrates with an adjusted, and what she argues is a more correct formula, that the opposite of the CDC conclusion becomes true: the COVID-19 vaccines increase the risk of select injuries versus the virus itself.
It must be acknowledged that Dr. Ran D. Balicer, Clalit Research Institute, Innovation Division. Balicer and colleagues did identify several limitations possibly influencing the Israeli study outcomes.’
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