May 11, 2022

Why Adverse Events of Special Interest are NOT Side Effects!

Pfizer researched 1,291 adverse events of special interest after its COVID-19 vaccine was approved and used to vaccinate billions of people around the world.

Find out why these adverse events of special interest (AESI) are not real side effects of the vaccine!

To claim : Adverse events of particular interest are vaccine side effects!

People keep sharing a list of 1,291 adverse events in 9 pages of a Pfizer document recently released by the FDA.

They claim these are genuine side effects of the Pfizer vaccine. Some claimed this was proof that Pfizer was fully aware that their vaccine was causing these 1,291 side effects.

Some have also claimed that these adverse events of special interest (AESI) are the reason why Pfizer tried to block the publication of these documents for 75 years!

Read more : Pfizer Forced To Publish 9 Pages Of Vaccine Side Effects?!
Read more : Did Pfizer’s vaccine documents reveal 1,291 side effects? !

Truth : Adverse events of particular interest are DO NOT Vaccine side effects!

The truth is that these 1,291 Adverse Events of Special Interest (AESI) are not the side effects of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine.

People who make these misrepresentations are accidentally interpreting OR intentionally misrepresenting what the document says.

And here are the facts you need to know…

Fact #1: The Pfizer document was published months ago

These false claims are based on a Pfizer document called “5.3.6 post-marketing experience.pdf”, which the US FDA communicated to the PHMPT on November 17, 2021.

Apparently it took them more than 3 months read this document and “discover” the 9 pages of 1,291 adverse events of particular interest.

This not only proves the FDA was right about the time it took to read (and redact) 329,000 Pfizer documents, but it also shows that PHMPT doesn’t really need all 329,000 documents within 108 days.

After all, it took PHMPT almost as long to read 5 documents! At this rate, it will take them about 16,450 years to read the 329,000 Pfizer documents…

Read more : Did the FDA ask for 75 years to release Pfizer vaccine data?

Did the FDA ask for 75 years to release Pfizer vaccine data?

Fact #2: Pfizer’s document failed to reveal 1,291 side effects

The “List of adverse events of particular interest” (AESI) is NOT a list of side effects caused by Pfizer’s mRNA vaccine.

Rather, it was a list of 1,291 potential side effects that Pfizer was specifically looking for when vaccinated people send their reports by VAERS or the yellow card systems.

Think of it as a shopping list of adverse events that Pfizer wanted its post-clearance security teams to monitor.

Even if these adverse events did occur, researchers still need to know whether they really happened because of the vaccine or other causes.

Fact #3: Adverse events are not side effects

I must now point out that adverse events are no side effects.

Adverse events are “unfavorable” or “unexpected” events that occur after vaccination or taking a drug, such as an anaphylactic reaction or a car accident.

All reported adverse events should be investigated to determine whether they are related (anaphylactic reaction) or not (car accident) to the vaccine or medication that was taken.

Even if an adverse event was “possibly caused” by the vaccine, it still needs to be confirmed that the vaccine caused it directlybecause an anaphylactic reaction (for example) can also occur as a result of a bee sting or an existing peanut allergy.

Only once an adverse event is confirmed to be caused by the vaccine is it then a side effect of the vaccine. Otherwise, it is just an undesirable event, not a side effect.

Fact #4: AESI list not specific to the Pfizer vaccine

The list of adverse events of particular interest is not specific to Pfizer’s mRNA vaccine. It’s actually on page 16 of the document.

The company’s AESI list takes into consideration the AESI lists of the following expert groups and regulatory authorities: Brighton Collaboration (SPEAC), ACCESS protocol, US CDC (preliminary AESI list for VAERS monitoring), MHRA (directive unpublished).

AESI terms are incorporated into a TME list and include events of interest due to their association with severe COVID-19 and events of interest for vaccines in general.

These AESIs are usually specified before clinical trials are even beginning, although new ones may be added later. Therefore, a generic list is used.

Fact #5: The list of AESI includes irrelevant adverse events

We know this is a generic AESI list, as it included diseases involving other viruses – Herpes, MERS, Chickenpox; as well as “exposure to SARS-CoV-2” and other “communicable diseases”.

The list also included manufacturing and lab testing issues, such as “Manufacturing lab analytical testing problem, manufacturing materials problem, manufacturing production problem“.

Even product supply issues have been included – “Product availability problem, product distribution problem, product supply problem“.

Why Adverse Events of Special Interest Are Not Side Effects!

Fact #6: Pfizer’s document showed no new security issues

The document actually showed that despite monitoring 1,291 adverse events of special interest, Pfizer discovered no new risks of the vaccine.

If you read the Discussion and Summary + conclusion sections, you will see that the data:

  • revealed no “new security issues or risks”
  • support “a favorable benefit-risk profile” of the vaccine

In other words – Pfizer searched for “1,291 potential hazards” associated with vaccines in general, and found NO NEW SECURITY ISSUES / RISKS.

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