The exact headline at the time this news report was bookmarked. It’s been changed to muddy the waters. I’m going with the original
The CTV reporting opens with this statement
“CLARIFICATION: Reuters says this story was based on a European Medicines Agency statement from Oct. 6 and was released inadvertently on Nov. 11.”
Did CTV mistakenly report this news? Did the EMA hide this report from Oct 6/21 until Nov 11/21? Inadvertently released implies accidental or overlooked. Unintended. Seems strange.
Europe’s drug regulator on Thursday recommended adding a rare type of spinal inflammation called transverse myelitis as a side-effect of Johnson & Johnson’s single-dose COVID-19 vaccine.
Reports of this serious neurological illness was also at the heart of trial halts in the early stages of development for both AstraZeneca and J&J’s shots, which are based on similar technology.
The reports of Transverse Myelitis during the vaxx trials were featured reports at my defunct google blog. They were swept under the rug at that time.
Updating on capillary leak syndrome is the EU
Capillary leak syndrome has been monitored for sometime here in Canada. Clearly it’s linked to the harmful, failing to impede transmission jab..
Giving updates on the safety of all coronavirus shots, the European Medicines Agency (EMA) said it was assessing reports of a rare blood condition known as capillary leak syndrome following inoculation with Moderna’s vaccine.
The EMA said it had recorded six cases of CLS and was assessing all data, but it was not yet clear if there was a causal association between the reports and the vaccine. (Suuure!)
In CLS, fluids leak from the smallest blood vessels causing swelling and a drop in blood pressure. The condition has also been studied with vaccines from AstraZeneca and J&J.
I covered the most recent update on Canada’s Covid Vaxx Harm and Injury List- and rehashed the previous ones
Along with CLS the EMA is assessing of the Covid Jab is related to MIS
The regulator is reviewing if approved coronavirus vaccines could cause MIS. The syndrome is a serious but rare condition in which different body parts become inflamed, including the heart, lungs, kidneys, brain, skin, eyes, or gastrointestinal organs.
J&J and Moderna did not immediately respond to requests for comments.
How many serious, but “rare conditions”, can be caused by one vaccine before they stop calling them rare- Because the list of “rare conditions” continues to grow. Lots of bleeding and inflammatory disorders. Auto immune responses. This should be cause for concern. That and the fact that the vaccines don’t stop transmission.