Health Feedback Disputes Report on Spike in Adverse Effects Among Military
CORRECTION FROM HEALTH FEEDBACK: Due to an error, the Defense Medical Epidemiology Database greatly underreported the number of medical conditions between 2016 and 2020. Claims that several medical conditions among the military greatly increased after COVID-19 vaccination were therefore based on erroneous data and are incorrect. Read their full report and explanation by clicking here.
Military doctor whistleblowers have come forward with data showing dramatic increases last year in medical issues, including myocarditis, cancer diagnoses, Bell’s palsy, and female infertility.
The bombshell information from the Defense Medical Epidemiology Database came to light during a five-hour panel discussion titled “COVID-19: Second Opinion,” hosted by Sen. Ron Johnson (R-WI) on Monday, The Blaze reported.
“Our soldiers are being experimented on, injured, and sometimes, possibly, killed,” Ohio attorney Thomas Renz, who is representing Department of Defense whistleblower clients suing against the COVID mandates.
Renz said three military doctors — Drs. Samuel Sigoloff, Peter Chambers, and Theresa Long — revealed the sudden rises in side effects from vaccines in 2021.
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About a 300% increase in miscarriages compared to the five-year average in the military. He also gave information to The Blaze for other conditions:
- myocardial infarction – 269% increase
- Bell’s palsy – 291% increase
- congenital malformations (for children of military personnel) – 156% increase
- female infertility – 471% increase
- pulmonary embolisms – 467% increase
“It is my professional opinion that the major increases incidences of the above discussed instances of miscarriages, cancers, and disease were due to COVID-19 ‘vaccinations,'” one of the doctors wrote in a sworn declaration.
If the shots are safe and effective as claimed by the Biden administration, then the Pentagon should have no issue explaining the source of the spike in medical issues, the attorney concluded.