About twelve hours ago I passed a sort of personal milestone: I found, and read, an ecstatic Facebook post from the twentieth person I know who has received a dose of one of those experimental drugs the U.S. government, at a cost of hundreds of millions of dollars of our money, is trying to persuade us to turn loose on our immune systems.
The Covid Blog
Some volunteers participating in a Johnson & Johnson’s COVID-19 vaccine trial in Spain have dropped out of the study, days after a serious side effect was reported by a participant of a vaccine trial in the U.K.
Spanish clinical pharmacologist Alberto Boronia, the study’s lead investigator, told Reuters that some participants “called to ask us some more detail about the risk of the vaccine, whether what happened with that vaccine had anything to do with the one we are studying, these types of questions.”
Americans have been following COVID-19 vaccine trial developments for weeks, watching companies jockey for frontrunner status like contestants in a reality TV show. And though participants in some of the studies (by Moderna, Oxford, Johnson & Johnson and Pfizer) have surfaced with reactions serious enough to pause several of the trials, market analysts remain “bullish” about the near-term prospects for approval of these liability-free products by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA).
So we have the depop ‘experts’ Bill, Melinda Gates Fndn, John Hopkins & the World Economic Forum … even a rep from Johnson & Johnson, you know that corporation that was putting asbestos in your baby powder? Nice people these are … discussing the next ‘plandemic’ & how to prepare for it. Remember, the people who are committed to reducing our population are not the people to trust with your health & wellbeing. EWR
Selected moments from the Event 201 pandemic tabletop exercise hosted by The Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security in partnership with the World Economic Forum and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation on October 18, 2019, in New York, NY. The exercise illustrated the pandemic preparedness efforts needed to diminish the large-scale economic and societal consequences of a severe pandemic. Drawing from actual events, Event 201 identifies important policy issues and preparedness challenges that could be solved with sufficient political will and attention. These issues were designed in a narrative to engage and educate the participants and the audience. For more information, visit: http://www.centerforhealthsecurity.or… EVENT 201 IS A FICTIONAL EXERCISE AND DISEASE
Australian women suffering life-long complications from transvaginal surgical mesh have won a landmark case against pharmaceutical giant Johnson & Johnson and two of its affiliated companies.
Federal Court Justice Anna Katzmann found in favour of the group of 1200 women in the case against Johnson & Johnson on Thursday.
Complications included chronic inflammatory reaction, erosion of mesh into surrounding organs, infection, chronic pain, pain with sex, incontinence, damage to surrounding tissues, haemorrhage, leg weakness, further surgery and psychological injury.
The mesh products were used to treat stress urinary incontinence or uterus prolapse after childbirth in Australia and New Zealand.
* US Food and Drug Administration halts pelvic organ mesh sales
* Auckland woman dead after two years of pain from surgical mesh
* Questions raised over whether Kiwi surgeons have enough experience and skill for transvaginal mesh implants
Katzmann said Johnson & Johnson and mesh manufactures Ethicon Sarl and Ethicon Inc engaged in misleading conduct, and each was negligent as the risks for the devices were “known, and not insignificant”.
Across America, women are taking the fight to Johnson & Johnson. The massive company behind many of the nation’s favorite products has come under fire amongst claims that their product, talcum powder, can cause ovarian cancer. If you want to take part in this class action lawsuit, make sure you seek out a professional compensation lawyer and get the Johnson & Johnson ovarian cancer risks details here.
About the lawsuit regarding Johnson & Johnson ovarian cancer risks
The claims come after the resurfacing of a study from 1982. As a result of this study, a group of researchers took their findings to Johnson & Johnson. They told them that the results of their research clearly suggested a link between talcum powder and a higher risk of developing cancer.
Twelve years later, in 1994, the Cancer Prevention Coalition also appealed to the company to ask them to recall the products and stop making talcum powder with its current ingredients.
The group spearheading the lawsuit versus the company claim that the company knowingly ignored the research and never told the public about it. They didn’t put warning labels on their products, and they even advertised that people use the potentially cancerous products on high-risk parts of their bodies.