Scientists have concluded that the Covid-19 vaccines have killed at least 150,000 people in the USA alone after conducting in-depth scientific research on publicly available data, and are now calling for the medical community to oppose mandatory Covid-19 vaccination as their findings prove that it is not justifiable.
Jessica Rose PhD, studied Immunology at Memorial University in Newfoundland and Labrador, gaining a Master of Science and Medicine in 2006. She then went on to study Computational Biology at Bar Ilan University, gaining a PhD in 2013.
From 2016 to 2020 she worked in Biochemistry / Protein Biology at the Technion Institute of Technology, and has published several papers such as ‘Kinetic modelling of Hepatitis B Virus: the relationship between HBeAg and viral kinetics.’ and ‘Kinetics of Chronic Human Viruses – Comparative Analysis of Bio-Mathematical Models and their Clinical Implications.‘
Now, in an in-depth analysis of the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) alongside data available from multiple scientific studies, including the Pfizer clinical trial studies, Jessica Rose PhD has concluded using a modest calculation that at least 150,000 Americans have been killed by the Covid-19 Vaccines.
In a paper which can be read in full here, titled ‘Estimating the number of Covid vaccine deaths in America’, Jessica Rose PhD states that she and her team determined the VAERS under-reporting multiplier by using a specific serious adverse event that should always be reported – anaphylaxis.
Anaphylaxis after COVID-19 vaccination is rare and occurs in approximately 2 to 5 people per million vaccinated in the United States based on events reported to VAERS according to the CDC report on ‘Selected Adverse Events Reported after COVID-19 Vaccination’.
However, a scientific study conducted at Mass General Brigham, published March 8th 2021 on JAMA, found “severe reactions consistent with anaphylaxis occurred at a rate of 2.47 per 10,000” people fully vaccinated.
This implies that VAERS is receiving reports of anaphylaxis between 50 – 123 times less than what is actually occurring among the vaccinated population, despite it being a well known side effect that doctors are required to report.
Jessica Rose PhD concludes in her paper that after the JAMA study was published doctors were more careful to assess vaccine recipients for prior history of anaphylaxis, so to calculate the true under-reporting multiplier she and her team decide to assess the VAERS database figures that were reported before the Mass General Brigham study was published, and calculated the underreporting rate to be 41 times less than what has and is occurring in the vaccinated population….