Open Letter to MHRA – Alert Your MP
On 9th June 2021, Dr Tess Lawrie from the Evidence-Based Medicine Consultancy wrote an open letter to Dr June Raine, CEO of the Medicines & Healthcare products Regulatory Agency.
In the letter, Dr Lawrie highlighted her concerns following our joint analysis of the weekly reports from the MHRA Yellow Card scheme for COVID-19 vaccinations .
The analysis suggests that many possible serious adverse reactions are not being fully recognised due to the way individual reports have been categorised. Once we collated the data using groups of related clinical terms, the number of adverse reactions and fatalities in some areas started to look far more worrying than a cursory examination of the weekly report would suggest.
Based on the findings, Dr Lawrie called for an immediate halt to the vaccine rollout while the Yellow Card reports are analysed in more depth by independent researchers.
As yet, there has been no response to the letter from Dr Raine or the MHRA and the rollout of the COVID-19 vaccines continues with ever younger people being called forward.
Arguably, with the statistical risk from COVID-19 to younger people being minimal to none, they are being put at greater risk by having the vaccines.
We feel it is vital that every MP in Westminster as well as those in the devolved Assemblies have this open letter brought to their attention.
So if you are concerned also, please get involved in this campaign, by writing to your MP, MSP and/or Assembly member.
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