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tuchodi -9 points ago +1 / -10

VAERS data is not moderated / curated folks. Do you earn a few yen every day by shit posting on social media? Here, maybe you can make a few more by convincing your 经理 to pay you for entering false data into VAERS: https://vaers.hhs.gov/esub/index.jsp

But maybe this one is legit. Sudden Unexpected Childhood Death (SUCD) has always been a thing: September 01 2011 "Heart disease accounts for a significant proportion of sudden unexpected deaths among children. ... During the 20-year study period, 4926 autopsies were performed. A total of 103 cases (2.1%), involving 51 male patients and 52 female patients 1 day to 15 years of age (mean: 2.9 ± 4.2 years), were diagnosed as having SUCD" https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/21824887/

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bobbydriscolsgoat 2 points ago +2 / -0

Dismissing a gov run agency in the US that requires all doctors to report any out of ordinary occurence after being injected with an emergency use authorization untested drug is very dangerous.

It creates a chill in reporting by labeling doctors as quacks and reducing care in those that may need it

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tuchodi -9 points ago +1 / -10

What part of "not moderated / curated" do you not understand?

"On its own, VAERS cannot be used to conclude anything, but it can tip off experts that a particular safety signal might be real and deserves to be further studied"

https://www.mcgill.ca/oss/article/covid-19-critical-thinking-health/dont-fall-vaers-scare-tactic

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bobbydriscolsgoat 2 points ago +2 / -0

The same beliefs were used to cover up for drugs that ended up harming people long term. By chilling disclosure you cause both doctors and patients to ignore symptoms and get needed care.

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tuchodi -9 points ago +1 / -10

By chilling disclosure

Folks, absolutely no one is chilling disclosure, because absolutely anyone with Internet access can post to VAERS, and anyone who wants to can see what's posted. It's wide open.

Apparently some people can't take that on board, and instead believe - or claim to believe - that no one would ever post anything there that wasn't true.

Don't get your medical advice from anonymous people on social media

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bobbydriscolsgoat 2 points ago +2 / -0

VAers, like our Canadian reporting system does not allow "just anyone". You hav to have a doctors report or some other report to submit to the VAers system to complete all steps.

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tuchodi -9 points ago +1 / -10

Folks, either they don't know what they're talking about or they're lying.

Here's the web page: https://vaers.hhs.gov/esub/index.jsp

Go there yourself and fill out the form. Only some of the fields are required, and you can skip through the process in a matter of minutes. Please do not submit the form at the end.

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bobbydriscolsgoat 1 point ago +1 / -0

That form requires a medical report otherwise it gets rejected like here in Canada. Sure you can start the process as anyone, but VAERS has a moderation team like any system.

One thing you fail to note is this system is legally required by healthcare professionals to submit claims through.

What you do when you diminish a legally required reporting system is you create distrust in something healthcare professionals must report to

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DoggyDawg 1 point ago +1 / -0

“Always been a thing” is a good excuse when this happens to people shortly after getting the covid vaccine.

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tuchodi -9 points ago +1 / -10

a good excuse

What was it when it was happening before the covid vaccines?

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DoggyDawg 1 point ago +1 / -0

Stupid question. Yes, this happened before covid vaccines. And, that doesn’t mean that the vaccines don’t cause this too.

Your reasoning is akin to this - people got cancer before they smoked. So getting cancer after starting to smoke is just a coincidence.

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tuchodi -9 points ago +1 / -10

ScoobyDoo has no data folks. Just opinions that they can't back up.