Danish professor: mRNA vaccine study sends ‘Danger Signals’

Freddie Sayers meets Professor Christine Stabell-Benn.

A new Danish study reveals disparities in all-cause mortality between mRNA and adenovirus vaccines. The results raise some difficult questions about the unexpected effects of the most popular COVID vaccines. Freddie Sayers speaks to the study’s author Prof. Christine Stabell-Benn, from the University of Southern Denmark, to find out more.

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00:00 Introduction
01:07 Professor Christine explains her study
04:10 What are the positives and negatives from this study?
07:04 What is a non-live vaccine? Is it the same as a conventional vaccine?
11:45 Further analysis of Professor Christine’s study
15:11 Looking at the chart from Professor Christine’s study.
18:34 What do the numbers surround the Pfizer-Moderna vaccines actually mean?
20:55 With all the caveats from the study. How should we actually interpret it?
22:27 Should we be taking these results more seriously?
23:43 Is Professor Christine nervous to publish the findings of her study?
29:54 What age group would Professor Christine recommend takes an mRNA vaccine?
31:43 Has Professor Christine been vaccinated? And has she taken her study to mainstream media?
34:07 Conclusion

The Pfizer and Moderna vaccines being used in the UK as boosters give the best overall boost response, according to a UK trial of seven different jabs. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-59489988

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PS This tweet gained a lot of clicks on Bitly: Disinformation is everywhere. In Russia, in Ukraine, in the USA, in China and anywhere where the poison pen of the Murdoch press scrawls. Not least regarding Covid 19. Maybe, just maybe, the Danes are getting it right? https://bit.ly/38Wf7aV

Right all along according to a Parliamentary Advisor to a select committee of the UK parliament on, believe it or not, breast feeding. liz@lizmcgregorhealth.com

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