"Anaphylaxis...is rare...5 cases per one million vaccine doses"
How well does CDC's statement reflect the published evidence?
The JAMA paper above said this:
"...severe reactions consistent with anaphylaxis occurred at a rate of 2.47 per 10 000 vaccinations."
That's 247 per million!
(almost 50 times higher than what CDC said)
And here is another paper:
And it reported this:
"...37 cases of anaphylaxis were observed, equating to 204.2 cases per million doses administered."
Whose interests is CDC prioritizing...consumers
or investors in the liability-free vaccines?