Recently, new-onsets of autoimmune diseases after COVID-19 vaccination are being reported increasingly.
Although Doctor Campbell claims that these outbreaks may not be vaccine related, what is most concerning is that Hepatitis in various forms are reported as adverse reactions in the first set of Pfizer and FDA documentation that was ordered as part of the Freedom of Information aCT, FOLLOWING: Hepatic amyloidosis; Hepatic artery embolism; Hepatic artery flow, decreased; Hepatic artery thrombosis; Hepatic enzyme abnormal; Hepatic enzyme decreased; Hepatic enzyme increased; Hepatic fibrosis marker abnormal; Hepatic fibrosis marker increased; Hepatic function abnormal; Hepatic hydrothorax; Hepatic hypertrophy; Hepatic hypoperfusion; Hepatic lymphocytic infiltration; Hepatic mass; Hepatic pain; Hepatic sequestration; Hepatic vascular resistance increased; Hepatic vascular thrombosis; Hepatic vein embolism; Hepatic vein thrombosis; Hepatic venous pressure gradient abnormal.
Excerpts from a report found in the NIH Library of Medicine PubMed :
Auto-immune hepatitis following COVID vaccination
Unprecedented loss of life due to the COVID pandemic has necessitated the development of several vaccines in record time. Most of these vaccines have received approval without being extensively whetted for their adverse effect and efficacy profiles. Most adverse effects have been mild, nonetheless, more serious thromboembolic events have also been reported. Autoimmune hepatitis (AIH) can occur in predisposed individuals where an immune mediated reaction against hepatocytes is triggered by environmental factors. Vaccines are a very rare cause of AIH. We report two such cases of AIH triggered by COVID (Covishield) vaccination. While one patient made an uneventful recovery, another succumbed to the liver disease. Ours is the first report of Covishield vaccination related AIH and second ever after any form of COVID vaccination. We hope that our report does not deter COVID vaccination drives. However, we also hope to raise awareness of its potential side effects and the increased role of pharmacovigilance in guiding treatment. MORE
Hepatitis B Vaccine Shot at Birth?
The CDC recommends that “All babies should get a first shot of Hepatitis B vaccine within 24 hours of birth. They say that “This shot reduces the risk of your baby getting the disease from you or family members who may not know they are infected with hepatitis B”. Although there are no reports (released) of babies contracting hepatitis from this particular vaccine, perhaps the process might need reconsidering in light of all the new Covid vaccine findings.