Many docs are now saying “hell no” to boosters…

More and more people are now talking about the Covid-19 vaccine. For many, it may be too late, as we are hearing and seeing many people coming forward who have had serious adverse reactions to the shot. Meanwhile, experts, the media and “fact-checkers” claim that the jab is completely safe, and that any adverse reactions are extremely rare. But Americans, and people around the world, are getting very nervous as they see so many seemingly healthy, young people collapsing and/or dying suddenly, some with no explanation. It’s affecting everyone, and a growing number of doctors are now saying ‘hell no’ to booster shots.

From the Epoch Times:

A growing number of doctors are saying they won’t get the COVID-19 vaccine booster because of a lack of clinical trial evidence.

Dr. Todd Lee, an infectious disease specialist at McGill University, wrote on Twitter, “I took my last COVID vaccine without RCT-level evidence that it would reduce my risk of serious disease.”

Lee was pointing to a lack of randomized clinical trial (RCT) results for the updated boosters, which were cleared in the US and Canada in the fall of 2022 based primarily on data from tests with mice.

Lee, who received three doses of the vaccine, noted that he was infected with the Omicron virus variant — vaccines offer little protection against the infection — and described himself as a healthy man in his 40s.

Dr. Vinay Prasad, professor of epidemiology and biostatistics at the University of California, San Francisco, also said he would not take any additional shots until clinical trial data are available.

“I took at least 1 dose against my will. It was unethical and scientifically bankrupt,” he said.

Alison Krug, an epidemiologist who co-authored a study that found teenage boys were more likely to develop heart attacks after getting the Covid-19 vaccine than after getting the Covid-19 infection, explained to her doctor why she was refusing a booster and said her The doctor agreed with him. his position

He pointed to a blog post by Prasad urging people to “join the movement to demand proper evidence”.

“Remember that this is not an anti-vaccine stance. This ‘provision [hard] Evidence of benefit to justify ongoing use’ which is very different. That’s only fair for a $30 billion-a-year product given to hundreds of millions,” Lee said.

Dr. Mark Silverberg, who founded the Toronto Immune and Digestive Health Institute; Kevin Bass, a medical student; and Dr. Tracy Hague, an epidemiologist at the University of California, San Francisco, joins Lee and Prasad in opposing more boosters, at least for now.

Hague said he didn’t need a clinical trial to know he wasn’t getting a booster after a two-dose initial series, adding that he took the second dose “against my will.”

This is the voice we all must hear now. They should be included in the conversation. For too long, people who oppose viruses and vaccines have been shut down and silenced, and that’s not the “American way.”

I encourage you to read the entire piece. It’s very good. You can do it here.

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