No need for Fact Check when detailed Scientific Autopsy Analysis has been done
Autopsy data in Covid vaccinated deaths is lacking since the vaccine rollout. It is almost like the scientific community does not want to look. Over 13 billion vaccine doses delivered across the world!
In April 2022, the first publication of 29 autopsies highlighted viral dissemination in the vaccinated. Since that point I have not found any further peer reviewed autopsy publications in the vaccinated cohort.
Instead of refuting allegations with statements of no evidence, it is essential to do the necessary pathological examinations. This is the best way of managing misinformation, through detailed scientific analysis.
Opinion of Steve Kirsch below:
About the authors who also did autopsy studies labelled as misinformation
Dr. Sucharit Bhakdi has spent his life practicing, teaching and researching medical microbiology and infectious diseases. He chaired the Institute of Medical Microbiology and Hygiene at the Johannes Gutenberg Unversity of Mainz…
Dr. Arne Burkhardt is a pathologist who has taught at the Universities of Hamburg, Berne and Tübingen. He was invited for visiting professorships/study visits in Japan (Nihon University), the United States…
Histopathologic analysis show clear evidence of vaccine-induced autoimmune-like pathology in multiple organs. That myriad adverse events deriving from such auto-attack processes must be expected to very frequently occur in all individuals, particularly following booster injections, is self evident.
Reuters Fact Check
Misleading. Three experts have highlighted multiple major flaws in the study used to claim that millions have died of vaccine-related deaths.
At this stage of the pandemic, only facts can lead to proper understanding and acknowledgement of potential risk. Autopsy with histopathological examination of tissue is the equivalent of an audit in the financial sector. All scientists should want full disclosure in this situation.
I have commented on the need for autopsies in the past. If you missed it, you can catch it here.
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