Retired nurse educator Dr. John Campbell dropped yet another explosive video on his Youtube channel Saturday. He shared how the Pandemic Response and Recovery Group, a bipartisan parliamentary group in the United Kingdom, raised concerns about the country’s approach to vaccine safety. Notably, evidence suggests that a staggering 98% of adverse reactions to vaccines may not be reported.
At the center of this controversy lies the UK’s Yellow Card System, a mechanism to report adverse reactions. Though originally paper-based (hence the name “yellow card”), this system has since gone digital. Nonetheless, its efficacy is now under scrutiny.
According to Carl Heneghan, Professor of Evidence-Based Medicine at the University of Oxford, as little as only 2% of adverse reactions are being reported through this system, rendering it basically useless.
“In practice, the system is woefully inadequate, much too complicated, and is failing,” Professor Heneghan remarked. Moreover, the funding structure of MHRA raises eyebrows as a significant portion of its funding comes from the pharmaceutical industry – a clear conflict of interest.
British MP and Pandemic Response and Recovery APPG Co-Chair Esther McVey also chimed in on the “failing” of MHRA’s Yellow Card system.
“What we heard has been extremely concerning. The entire system is failing patients, from start to finish. MHRA’s approach to patient safety, the inadequacy of the Yellow Card system … are all compromised, and that is severely compromising patient safety.”
She concluded in her statement, “These vaccines seem to have a disproportionate adverse reaction rate, with injuries including strokes, blood clots, heart attacks, amputations, and neurological conditions. So a reporting system that misses as many as 98 out of 100 adverse reactions, inevitably misses safety signals.”
The ramifications of such underreporting are substantial.
Adverse drug reactions, which include vaccine-related issues, account for 6.5% of all hospital admissions in the UK. A more efficient reporting system could not only enhance public health but also provide significant savings to the healthcare system.
Further, with only a fraction of incidents being reported, determining causality for UK’s increased deaths, respiratory disorders, and heart diseases, whether it’s the vaccine or not, is nearly impossible.
While the focus of this report is the UK, it is essential to note the global context.
According to Our World in Data, “70.48% of the world population has received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine. 13.495 billion [doses] have been administered globally, and 47,617 are now administered each day.” That’s a lot of jabbed people at risk of unforeseen health consequences. In the United States, despite public health concerns, vaccines, including COVID vaccines, are still being recommended for pregnant women and children as young as six months old.
If we were to apply the rule of thumb that only 2% of adverse events are reported in the UK and apply that to the US VAERS system, we get some seriously scary numbers.
• 17,729 reported deaths turns into 886,450 American lives lost due to the COVID vaccine.
• 5,003 reported cases of myocarditis/pericarditis turns into 250,150 Americans with myocarditis/pericarditis from the COVID vaccine.
• 17,221 permanent disability cases turns into 861,050 Americans permanently disabled because of the COVID vaccine.
Assuming Professor Heneghan is right, his estimates of an underreporting factor as high as 50 for the yellow card system are not out of line with Dr. Jessica Rose’s estimated underreporting factor of 31 or Steve Kirsch’s estimated underreporting factor of 41 for the VAERS system.
The gravity of the situation cannot be overstated.
Adverse reactions to any medical intervention, including vaccines, are a crucial part of the safety monitoring process. When you miss 98 out of 100 adverse events, odds are you could have the most deadly vaccine in history unleashed upon the world, and it would still have the appearance of being “safe.” Now, wouldn’t that be something? Because excess deaths are still way up, and oddly, nobody in charge of public health seems to want to talk about it.