You are probably aware of the fact that especially the vaccines produced by AstraZeneca were surrounded by a scandal involving the development of blood clots in patients who got vaccinated.
Some of these were even lethal and this triggered an enormous scandal in the medical world.
A potential cause for blood clots is revealed
Now, The Wall Street Journal revealed that the cause for these blood clots is eventually revealed.
Their article began by stating that scientists worldwide have been racing to understand why Covid-19 vaccines from AstraZeneca and Johnson & Johnson are causing rare but potentially deadly blood clots.
Finding out which is the connection would help patients, doctors and health agencies better assess any risks posed by the vaccines and safely calibrate their use.
The same online publication mentioned above notes that in recent weeks, the U.S., the Canadian province of Ontario and several European countries including Norway and Denmark either paused or completely halted rollouts involving these vaccines.
“Understanding the cause is of highest importance for the next-generation vaccines, because [the novel] coronavirus will stay with us and vaccination will likely become seasonal,” according to Eric van Gorp, a professor at Erasmus University in the Netherlands who heads a group of scientists studying the condition.
A blood expert in Germany stated that something’s happening in the patient’s body following the vaccine could trigger an abnormal immune response.
“The inflammation caused by the vaccines, combined with the PF4 complexes, could trick the immune system into believing the body had been infected by bacteria, triggering an archaic defence mechanism that then runs out of control and causes clotting and bleeding.”
Find out all the available details in the original article.
The WHO releases a shocking statement
The WHO just released quite an unexpected statement about the pandemic.
The Guardian just noted that the covid pandemic was a preventable disaster that need not have cost millions of lives in a certain circumstance. Check out more details in our previous article.
Also, check out interesting news about Pfizer’s second vaccine dose.