It’s looking more and more like the data was fudged for these vaccines. PubMed is full of articles on the subject.
That doesn’t mean the vaccines don’t work. It doesn’t mean they’re unsafe either.
However, it does mean that they’re not nearly as effective as we’ve been led to believe, and there are still many unresolved issues regarding their safety.
Are Pfizer and Moderna misleading the public about the efficacy of their COVID vaccines by withholding the fact that there’s another way to parse their data — one that has more real-world significance?
In his introduction, Huff wrote: “Averages and relationships and trends and graphs are not always what they seem.” He added: “There may be more in them than meets the eye, and there may be a good deal less.”
Almost 70 years later, Huff’s admonition that a “well-wrapped statistic” can “sensationalize, inflate, confuse and oversimplify” seems more relevant than ever. For a pertinent modern-day example, one need look no further than COVID vaccine developers’ “headline-worthy” but…
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