July 24, 2024

Addressing the Overlooked Side Effects of COVID-19 Vaccination

Addressing the Overlooked Side Effects of COVID-19 Vaccination

Measurement of antibodies against the SARS-CoV-2 Spike protein is crucial for evaluating COVID-19 vaccine injury syndromes, but current long-COVID clinics and studies often overlook this. A study by Dutcher et al., funded by the National Institute of Aging, analyzed vaccine side effects and physiological responses, finding that symptoms like chills and increased heart rate after mRNA vaccination were linked to higher neutralizing antibody levels. These side effects were stronger after the second dose.

Editor’s Note: The findings from the study by Dutcher et al. underscore a gap in understanding and management of COVID-19 vaccine side effects. Since many individuals report adverse reactions following vaccination, it is essential to take these experiences seriously and investigate them thoroughly. Ignoring the lived experiences of those who experience vaccine side effects undermines public trust and hinders the ability to improve vaccine safety and efficacy. They need to listen, even if they are only a fraction of the majority. [See also: AstraZeneca Admits in Court: COVID Shots Can Cause Dangerous Side Effects]

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