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The Data Is Ours


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We own the data. We paid for it and we want it to be made available right now for public scrutiny.

We, the public, have paid for covid-19 vaccines through the vast public funding of research, and it is we the public that takes on the balance of benefits and harms that accompany these Covid vaccinations. We have earned the right and entitlement to those data, as well as to the interrogation of those data by independent experts.

Big Pharma is the least trusted industry and is it any wonder given the major players in the development of covid-19 vaccines have past criminal and civil settlements, costing them billions of dollars. One of those even pleaded guilty to fraud. The covid pandemic has created many new pharma billionaires, and vaccine manufacturers have reported tens of billions in revenue, so the public has a right to ask for transparency, which includes seeing the raw clinical data.

Pfizer’s covid vaccine trial was funded by the company and designed, run, analysed, and authored by Pfizer employees. The company and the contract research organisations that carried out the trial hold all the data. Pfizer has indicated that it will not make available any of the trial data until May 2025, 24 months after the primary study completion date, which is listed as 15 May 2023. As well as access to the underlying data, transparent decision making could have allowed regulators and public health bodies to insist the vaccine trials test for efficacy against infection and spread. That’s right, Pfizer did not even look at this during their trials, so how does a regulatory agency like the FDA even consider approving a vaccine that has not been tested against these criteria?

The FDA offered to release 500 pages a month after a freedom of information request for Pfizer’s vaccine data. This process would have taken decades to complete, and the FDA justified it by arguing in court that publicly releasing data was slow owing to the need to first redact sensitive information. After an appeal by the requesters, the judge rejected the FDA’s offer and ordered the data be released at a rate of 55 000 pages a month.

It cannot be justifiable or in the best interests of patients that we are left to just trust the system and that the underlying data may become available for independent scrutiny at some point in the future. Transparency is the key to building trust and an important route to answering people’s legitimate questions about the efficacy and safety of vaccines and the clinical and public health policies established for their use. Without this transparency, you cannot build trust and you get megalomaniacs like Dr Fauci postulating…. “I am The Science”.

Show us our data, we want to see it, and we want to see it now.




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