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How Adverse Drug Reaction (ADR) Statistics Really Work

Updated: May 3

This is an illustration of how adverse drug or vaccine reaction statistics work, using terribly dangerous fluoroquinolone antibiotics as a case study - the antibiotic that poisoned and permanently debilitated me in 2009.

The United States Food and Drug Administration has 2,700 deaths recorded in a 10-year period caused by fluoroquinolone antibiotics.

From the January 27, 2017 article by Michelle Llamas, "Canada Expands Fluoroquinolone Antibiotic Warning"

These 2,700 deaths represent just the tip of the iceberg, though:

- only two brands were covered in the statistics, but there are many other brand names and generics, including antibiotic eye drops and ear drops for human and veterinary medicine

- the statistics cover only a 10-year period, but fluoroquinolones (and earlier quinolones) have been prescribed for 35+ years

- these statistics are from the United States alone, but fluoroquinolone antibiotics are prescribed and dispensed worldwide

- most deaths are not linked back to a pharmaceutical and therefore do not make it into the official statistics. This is especially the case with suicides, a common ADR of many pharma products. Many doctors deny adverse reactions like this are even possible and do not report them.

- official adverse drug and vaccine reaction statistics historically represent somewhere between 1% and 13% of real adverse events. This was outlined in the 2010 Harvard Pilgrim Health Care Lazarus Report.

So these 2,700 deaths in the statistics actually represent tens of thousands of deaths worldwide over the past 35 years at the very least, and more likely hundreds of thousands of deaths. Injuries, debilitation, and disabilities caused by all brands of fluoroquinolone antibiotics will be in the millions worldwide.

This is the same situation with all adverse reaction statistics, including those for the Covid mRNA shots. The numbers that make it into the official statistics represent just a fraction of real adverse events, including deaths and permanent disabilities. Harvard Pilgrim Health Care Lazarus Report from 2010

"Adverse events from drugs and vaccines are common, but underreported. Although 25% of ambulatory patients experience an adverse drug event, less than 0.3% of all adverse drug events and 1-13% of serious events are reported to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).

Likewise, fewer than 1% of vaccine adverse events are reported. Low reporting rates preclude or slow the identification of “problem” drugs and vaccines that endanger public health. New surveillance methods for drug and vaccine adverse effects are needed. Barriers to reporting include a lack of clinician awareness, uncertainty about when and what to report, as well as the burdens of reporting: reporting is not part of clinicians’ usual workflow, takes time, and is duplicative. Proactive, spontaneous, automated adverse event reporting imbedded within EHRs and other information systems has the potential to speed the identification of problems with new drugs and more careful quantification of the risks of older drugs." U.S. VAERS (Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System) data from the Covid mRNA shots - as of October 27, 2023

Adverse Event Reports - 1,605,764 Deaths - 36,501 Permanently Disabled - 68,416 Life Threatening - 38,696 Heart Attacks - 20,983 Myocarditis/Pericarditis - 27,655 Severe Allergic Reaction - 46,317 Miscarriages - 5,055 Shingles - 15,908 Low Platelet - 8,945 RESOURCES SHOWING INJURIES AND DEATHS FOLLOWING THE COVID SHOTS

Genocide Blog - covering sudden and unexpected deaths following the mRNA shot rollout, as well as "Sudden Adult Death Syndrome" 

Hello Dave - an independent person from the United Kingdom who is documenting the sudden deaths since the mRNA shot rollout began

WWA article from April 13, 2017: Pluto Stationing Retrograde in Capricorn: From Millions Against Monsanto to Billions Against Bayer WWA article from November 28, 2019: Jupiter in Capricorn and the Truth About the Forced Vaccine Agenda WWA article from February 6, 2020: Compilation Article: Things That Have Helped in my Recovery from Fluoroquinolone Antibiotic Poisoning WWA article from December 16, 2020: Major Concerns Over the Safety and Ethics of Pfizer WWA Bitchute video from July 30, 2021: A Pattern of Denial, Dismissal, and Gaslighting From the Medical System (mRNA Shots) WWA article from July 30, 2021: Asclepius-Panacea in Libra Square Pluto in Capricorn: A Pattern of Denial, Dismissal, and Gaslighting from the Medical System (mRNA shots) All articles about Cipro and fluoroquinolone antibiotic dangers

Fluoroquinolone Antibiotics Are Known to Cause:

- Repeated tendon rupture and connective tissue damage - Muscle weakness - Muscle wasting - Disability to the point of wheelchair use - Peripheral neuropathy (constant pain due to inflammation of the nerves) - Vision damage - Tinnitus - Severe dental damage - Central Nervous System damage - Toxic psychosis - Severe migraines - Severe light sensitivity - Extreme food sensitivities and digestive damage - Morbid thoughts and prolonged suicidal thinking - Prolonged anxiety - Prolonged insomnia - Arthritis and joint problems - Chronic fatigue - Aortic dissection - Phototoxicity and increased incidence of skin cancer - Permanent debilitation - Death


Angus Dalgleish: Professor of Oncology at St George's Hospital Medical School, London:

"At the end of last year I reported that I was seeing melanoma patients who had been stable for years relapse after their first booster (their third injection). I was told it was merely a coincidence and to keep quiet about it, but it became impossible to do so. The number of my patients affected has been rising ever since. I saw two more cases of cancer relapse post booster vaccination in my patients just this last week.

Other oncologists have contacted me from all over the world including from Australia and the US. The consensus is that it is no longer confined to melanoma but that…


This was the predictive programming skit at the Golden Globes in 2019 that told me everything I needed to know...

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