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AstraZeneca Jab Linked to Another Rare Blood Disorder

AstraZeneca Jab Linked to Another Rare Blood Disorder

AstraZeneca’s Covid vaccine has now been linked to another bleeding disorder that causes a purple dotted skin rash.  A study of 5.4 million Scots found 11 cases of idiopathic thrombocytopenic purpura (ITP) per million doses of the Oxford-AstraZeneca jab. According to research developed by Edinburgh University, almost 350 Brits have been struck down with a separate rare clotting disorder after[Read More…]

Virginia Man’s Skin Peels Off Following Covid-19 Vaccine

Virginia Man’s Skin Peels Off Following Covid-19 Vaccine

A man in Virginia broke out into a scarlet red rash after getting Johnson & Johnson’s one-dose COVID-19 vaccine.  Richard Terrell said his skin condition started out as a ‘slight discomfort’, before it quickly escalated into an itchy, swollen flush covering most of his body, until his skin eventually started peeling off.  He sought a dermatologist’s help, and the doctor[Read More…]

Study Shows Pfizer Vaccine Makes People LESS Immune to Delta (Indian) Variant of Covid-19

Study Shows Pfizer Vaccine Makes People LESS Immune to Delta (Indian) Variant of Covid-19

The Pfizer vaccine makes people less immune to what is alleged to be one of the most deadly Covid-19 variants, it has been revealed.  A scientific study from the Francis Crick Institute found that people who had the Pfizer jab were actually more vulnerable to the Delta (Indian) variant. According to the research, levels of antibodies in the blood of[Read More…]

AstraZeneca Jab Suspended in Ireland Due to Blood-clot Concerns

AstraZeneca Jab Suspended in Ireland Due to Blood-clot Concerns

The AstraZeneca vaccine side effects have resulted in the jab being suspended in Ireland due to concerns over blood clots. Ireland’s Minister for Health, Stephen Donnelly, said that the decision was made on the back of a recommendation from the National Immunisation Advisory Committee (NIAC). More than 110,000 doses of the AstraZeneca vaccine have been administered in Ireland, which is[Read More…]

Psychedelic Therapy Could Cure Depression, Researchers Claim

Psychedelic Therapy Could Cure Depression, Researchers Claim

Psychedelic therapy could potentially reset the brain and cure depression, it has been reported. Dr Carol Routledge, the chief scientific officer of Small Pharma is conducting drug trials with the powerful hallucinogenic DMT, which he believes may offer longer-term relief from symptoms. The team is consulting Imperial College London, which runs the pioneering Centre for Psychedelic Research. Carol said: “We[Read More…]