What is going on with liver injuries 'suddenly' and 'mysteriously' appearing in infants that require transplantation?
I was walking today and I had one of those big thoughts pop into my head that said: “What happened with the childhood hepatitis outbreak?” And my brain’s answer was: “Monkeypox”. CBS news reported on this 2 days ago on May 28, 2022: they report on a child case study and talk about symptoms and her transplant surgery. By the way, one of the things I learned in my PhD program was that liver transplantation requires life-long immuno-suppressive drugs. LIFE. LONG.
8 hours of surgery to replace her liver and 90% of it was damaged. 90%. This family they report on also had a baby that died of SIDS. Poor family. They are struggling to understand with what’s going on. … I am terribly sorry for posting this photo, but this is indeed many people’s realities now and I think it’s important that others know.
They claim in the CBS report that this baby is ‘doing well’. We must have different definitions of ‘doing well’. They refer to these deadly hepatic incidents as ‘mysterious’. What do you think caused it? “The CDC will have to uncover this medical mystery.” Really? The leading hypothesis is an association with an adenovirus. Maybe it’s an unusual strain of adenovirus!
So far, according to the WHO, there are 650 ‘cases’ (180 in the U.S. since October) where 15 have needed organ transplants.
There are currently (as of May 27, 2022 update of VAERS data), 60,442 reports of liver-related adverse events in the context of the COVID-19 injectable products. For children under 12 years of age, there are 204 reports. No URF included here. No need. But, here you go: 1,873,702 and 6,324 with URF 31.
Now let’s say it again. VAERS stands for Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System. It is illegal to submit a false report. It is a highly under-reported and vetted system. Nonetheless, we have over 60,000 reports of hepatitis submitted in the context of the Moderna, Pfizer and Janssen products alone - 0.3% of which are for children less than 11 - 36% (0.1% of total) of which are under 5. UNDER 5. Remember, I only report in the context of COVID-19 injectables.
And not only are they being injected, they are suffering hepatic injuries. I wonder if it’s connected?
Something I need to include here is the uptick in reports for youths ages 25-39. This is also anomalous. I am going to do a deeper investigation on this subject matter soon. Weakness was the most prevalently-reported adverse event in 35 year olds. 82% of these reports for 35 year olds were made for females and disturbingly, maternal exposure during pregnancy (53), exposure during pregnancy (51), arthralgia (42) and abortion spontaneous (34) were the top 4 reported adverse events reported in this age group, after weakness. Cholestasis of pregnancy was also reported (2).
Thanks to the wonderful Clare Craig for inspiring me to write this up.