Initial concerns suggested a potential link between mRNA COVID-19 vaccines and appendicitis, with Pfizer’s Phase 3 trial indicating slightly higher incidences of appendicitis following vaccination. However, a new study conducted by Denmark’s University of Southern Denmark, utilizing national Danish registry data, found no significant association between the vaccines and appendicitis. This affirms a previous interim analysis also finding an absence of correlation.
Early results have been reported for the new combination COVID-19 and flu vaccines are under development by Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna.
Research shows that women who get the COVID-19 vaccine during pregnancy protected their newborn babies from the disease too.
I have been ignoring Robert Malone and his claims that he “invented” the mRNA vaccines. I just thought he would disappear, but now he’s like the other quacks in the COVID-19 vaccine world, spreading misinformation and disinformation about mRNA vaccines.… Read More »Robert Malone did not invent the mRNA vaccine — he now misinforms
The FDA has approved new COVID-19 booster vaccines that better target Omicron variants and subvariants. Recommended for six months and older.
New research shows that the risk of Guillain-Barré syndrome after receiving COVID-19 mRNA vaccines is the same as unvaccinated individuals.
Research has provided evidence that there is an increased risk of shingles, or herpes zoster, after a COVID-19 infection.
There are several new vaccines in various stages of development that will soon be available to prevent some serious infectious diseases.
Merck and Moderna jointly announced the success of a new mRNA vaccine for melanoma has shown promising results in mid-stage clinical trials.
Recent scientific research shows that the bivalent COVID-19 vaccines do not cause strokes despite early safety signals.