While working through Pfizer’s Serious Adverse Event narrative file, see The Fog of a Special Medical Operation, the term ADHD – attention deficit hyperactive cropped up quite often.
There was one predictable feature to this – all cases came from the United States with none at the moment from Argentina, Brazil, Germany, Turkey or South Africa. The numbers are relatively small but there appear to be more Serious Adverse Events in the vaccinated group than in the placbo group in those on treatment for ADHD. Beyond the serious Adverse Events File, there are roughly equivalent numbers – but we need more work on this.
What we don’t know from this is whether there is a particular ADHD treatment linked to serious events. We searched on ADHD – not even attention deficit or any related terms. We did not search on stimulants – which might yield more cases. All the cases below apparently have ADHD.
Note the ages of those involved.
We know there are other cases. Maddie de Garay and her siblings, all of whom were in the Pfizer children’s trial have ADHD and were on treatment but do not feature here. The trial we are looking at here is adults only.
Patrick Hahn (author of Obedience Pills) Your Country Needs You to review these cases and tell us more and perhaps find out if there are more cases by searching under individual drug names using Abstractor
What was also clear was that some of those entering this trial were on a great deal of other medication.
The Serious Adverse Events Narrative (Sensitive) file contains roughly 288 placebo cases and 190 vaccinated cases. Pfizer were good at recording other meds people were on and conditions they had – it helps introduce Fog into the Field of Battle ( see The Fog of a Special Medical Operation).
Each patient has roughly 10 pages to their name with the drugs in the narrative on the next to last page – the page that tells you how Pfizer made these patients disappear.
It would be fascinating to get an average number of drugs per person in this Adverse Event file. Working on this isn’t hard – it can be a great way to while away a few hours.
Get in touch if you can help. We don’t want too much duplication – so this will need some co-ordination, unless someone finds it soothing – like knitting – and you find you can’t stop.
RxISK acknowledges that the experiences of those who have been harmed by medical treatments are the cornerstone on which it is built, and believes this should be the case for all of medicine.
See Black Robe, White Coat for more detail on this people acknowledgement