FORMER health ministers Sajid Javid and Jeremy Hunt have both ignored doctors’ pleas to help halt the Covid-19 vaccination programme. NHS cardiologist and public health campaigner Dr Aseem Malhotra, a one-time vaccine advocate who has changed his stance in view of the evidence, has told them that 1 in 800 Covid vaccine recipients suffers a serious adverse reaction, while official figures show that 1 in 116 experience reactions serious enough to report to the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency’s (MHRA) Yellow Card Scheme.
Dr Malhotra spoke to Hunt directly, while a senior member of the British Medical Association, the doctors’ trade union, spoke to Javid. Neither has acted or contacted Dr Malhotra to ask him to present his evidence of harms.
The MHRA has consistently failed to take reports seriously despite receiving 2,240 notifications of fatalities and 29,080 reports of acute cardiac events, Dr Malhotra’s area of expertise.
When sent a freedom of information request early in the vaccination campaign asking for the release of Pfizer’s raw safety data, the drugs monitor responded that it was not in the public interest to release it.
Recent re-analysis of the Pfizer and Moderna trial data suggests the risk of suffering serious adverse effects of mRNA vaccines is significantly higher than the risk of being hospitalised with Covid-19. It also showed a rise in cardiac arrests and heart attacks linked to the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine.
Pfizer’s phase three clinical trials recorded four cardiac arrests in the non-placebo group and one in the placebo group. A significant rise in cardiac arrest calls to ambulances in England was seen in 2021 (an extra 14,000 compared with 2020). Similar data emerged from Israel in the 16-to-39-year-old age group where there was a 25 per cent increase in heart attacks or cardiac arrests associated with the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine administration, but not associated with Covid-19.
Dr Malhotra has also stated publicly that the vaccination is a likely contributor to his father’s sudden death from heart failure. Dr Kailash Chand was a fit 73-year-old able to beat his son at badminton. Dr Malhotra said: ‘The last time I played him he had me running about the court so much I ruptured my Achilles tendon. He had no sign of a heart condition.’
In his continuing efforts to raise the alarm, Dr Malhotra has written a two-part, peer-reviewed paper. Entitled: ‘Curing the pandemic of misinformation on Covid-19 mRNA vaccines through real evidence-based medicine’, it was published this week in the Journal of Insulin Resistance and presented to the press on Tuesday. He tweeted his findings and the paper has received over 3million views.