One Israeli researcher and professor has recently revealed that Pfizer used questionable tactics to obtain the Food and Drug Administration's (FDA) authorization for Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) for children as young as 12.
Regardless of the many risks associated with coronavirus vaccines, mandatory vaccination programs are often quickly rolled out in many countries,
As of writing, millions of doses of experimental vaccines have been administered while researchers have yet to determine the full extent of vaccine-related health risks to people of various ages. Even 12-year-old children are now allowed to get vaccinated because of Pfizer’s efforts to earn EUA for the age group.
But Dr. Yaffa Shir-Raz, a researcher from Israel, warned that Pfizer violated its own protocol to ensure that its vaccine can be administered to young children.
The article was published on America’s Frontline Doctors' website.
In the article, Shir-Raz explained that Pfizer allowed children with pre-existing psychiatric conditions to be enrolled in the trial despite the fact that this was listed as exclusion criteria in the company's documentation.
According to the review document Pfizer submitted to the FDA, four of the 1,131 children in the study given the Pfizer-BioNTech coronavirus vaccine experienced serious adverse events (SAEs) or events wherein "at least one criterion was met: caused death, is life-threatening, requires hospitalization or prolongation of existing hospitalization, results in persistent disability/incapacity, or congenital anomaly/birth defect."
Because of Pfizer's decision, three children (out of 1,131) ended up requiring hospitalization for severe depression within one to 15 days of inoculation:
Pfizer admitted that all three children had pre-existing anxiety or depression. Additionally, the children started using a selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor (SSRI) one to two months before the study began.
But instead of taking the blame, Pfizer claimed that the new SSRI was linked to depression among the young participants. But according to Shir-Raz says, "worsening suicidal ideation that would necessitate hospitalization typically occurs within two weeks and not more than a month after starting SSRIs."
This suggests that Pfizer’s claim that the SSRIs are at fault instead of the vaccine is "doubtful." (Related: Pfizer pushes ahead with plans to push coronavirus vaccines on younger children, including toddlers and infants.)
Pfizer also violated its own protocol by including these children in the trial.
Shir-Raz warned that the consequence of the finding is "extremely worrying" since it suggests at one in every 350-400 children who are vaccinated could develop severe depression and require hospitalization.
But that's not all. Shir-Raz added that Pfizer used other questionable tactics for the trial.
Like other pharmaceutical companies only interested in profit, Pfizer has already paid billions in settlements for medical injuries and other matters. In fact, Pfizer is known to have paid the largest fine ever ($2.3 billion) for a fraud lawsuit filed by the Department of Justice over illegal marketing claims.
Shir-Raz also advised that the blame isn't solely on Pfizer. After all, the FDA allowed Pfizer to include only one month of data for its safety analysis.
The public deserves to know why the FDA quickly approved the EUA for children.
Finally, why did the FDA, which receives at least 45 percent of its funding from the drug companies that it regulates, approve the study protocol despite the potential dangers associated with coronavirus vaccines?
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