When news broke that Johnson & Johnson’s Covid-19 vaccine might be linked to blo…

When news broke that Johnson & Johnson’s Covid-19 vaccine might be linked to blood clots, the company claimed a study showed there were reports of blood clots with Pfizer and Moderna’s vaccines as well. But the study doesn’t show that at all, according to the lead author. “We didn’t find anyone with blood clots,” Dr. Eun-Ju Lee, an assistant professor of medicine at Weill Cornell Medical College, said of her study of Moderna and Pfizer’s vaccines. “We didn’t find any of those scary things that are happening with Johnson & Johnson.” Now Johnson & Johnson is coming under fire for stoking fear about Pfizer and Moderna’s vaccines when in fact Johnson & Johnson’s shot is the only one authorized in the US with reports of blood clots.⁠

(📸: Jessica Hill/AP/File)

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  1. Wouldn’t it make sense for an independent third party to conduct the study, and not the manufacturer that stands to gain $$$ with good results?

  2. You always report the bad and never the good on vaccines. These are our way out of this mess and the chances of blood clots are next to nothing, compared to nearly 3 million dead and the economy shut down to supress the virus. Iv no problem reporting it, but lets look at the positive news these vaccines bring. Ohh i forgot, scare tactics and bad news sells. Fear mongers.

  3. There would have to be. Millions of people get blood clots daily and millions got vaccinated so even if not the cause, my chance, people who got all 3 would for sure have at least a few. That’s just chance


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