"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?
(And anaphylaxis is but a single type of adverse event of literally HUNDREDS of different types that have been reported following these mRNA shots.) Click HERE to see some of the others that have been reported too.)