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Report A COVID-19 Vaccine Injury

Have you been injured by a COVID-19 vaccine?

Informed Consent Action Network

Vaccines for COVID-19 are being developed at warp speed. Potential safety issues may not be disclosed or fully disclosed to individuals receiving these experimental products.

A COVID-19 vaccine can cause injury weeks or months after injection.

If you have received a COVID-19 vaccine and suffered an adverse event thereafter, we can assist in investigating whether you have been adequately warned of the potential injury.

Informed consent is the bedrock of medical ethics and we fight every day to assure that every person is given informed consent prior to being given any drug or injected with a vaccine. We look forward to helping you.

Report A COVID-19 Vaccine Injury

May 8, 2021 - Posted by | Civil Liberties | , ,

1 Comment »

  1. This is a deplorably sloppy outreach.  C’mon:  the dissenting/doubting community can/must do better than this if it wants to gain credibility and results matching its “fighting” agenda!
    –What is an “injury”? Possibilities should be itemized as “e.g.”:  blood clots, HBP or LBP, anemia, abnormal vision, headaches, emotional highs or lows, heart palpitations, severe coughing, loss of taste, loss of hearing, loss of smell, unusual and unexplained shortness of breath, fever, chills, general unexplained lung distress, pneumonia, muscle atrophy, quick-onset bone brittleness, skin anomalies, hair loss, joint pain, GI distress, urinary distress….
    –Are an “adverse event” and an “injury” the same phenomenon?
    My caregiving supervisor/RN felt unexpected upper-thigh pain for several days after her second (upper-arm) injection.  Is it an “injury” or “adverse event”?  Might it recur — or appear elsewhere — “weeks or months” after the jab?  Should she proactively report it and let ICAN run with it?

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    Comment by roberthstiver | May 9, 2021 | Reply


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