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Posted by Ann-Ohio (Member # 44364) on :
A great article on how Pfizer vaccine had to remove HALF of people.
from phase III.
Pfizer had planned to file for FDA approval for the Lyme disease shot in 2025 .
Posted by Ann-Ohio (Member # 44364) on :
"The VLA15 is a three dose vaccine. The first shot would be given in the first two months, another between five and nine months and a booster shot roughly a year later.

The study involved people in the US, Finland, Sweden, Netherlands, Germany and Poland living in areas with frequent Lyme disease

who are at a greater risk because they do activities such as forestry work or hiking."
Posted by Garz (Member # 52095) on :
thanks for the link -

but v poor reporting as usual for the daily mail ( its known for rather sensational and partisan reporting in the UK)

it quotes 30,000 cases a year of lyme in the USA

that estimate is around 10 years out of date

the official estimate from the CDC (likely still a conservative estimate) is around 476,000 new cases per year! so the mail is only out by around 1500%

source here,How%20many%20people%20get%20Lyme%20disease%3F,and%20treated%20for%20Lyme%20disease.

be interesting to hear what the actual reason was

as a side note i was in conversation with someone who had been looking into this in some detail and i was surprised to hear that the vaccine targets the exact same surface protein that the failed 1980s vaccine that caused auto-immune arthritis in people who took it did -

i replied - "but surely since they know the previous one failed they have taken measures to ensure this one did not do the same thing" - he thought not....
Posted by Ann-Ohio (Member # 44364) on :
Yeah, I noticed that wrong figure for cases as well. It is not the first time. It keeps popping up in lots of articles in the US as well.

That earlier vaccine had to have three doses as well.

[ 02-19-2023, 11:45 AM: Message edited by: Ann-Ohio ]

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