The former head of the AHEPA clinic said: “We do not know of the long-term complications from poorly understood vaccines.” The comment was made regarding the coronavirus mRNA vaccines currently in use.
The opinion that the occurrence of long-term complications from vaccines has not been properly studied, since this requires a longer period of time (and they, as you know, were “urgently” applied), was expressed by the doctor and former head of the AHEPA clinic Dimitris Gakis …
The specialist referred to the EMA statement, published by Reuters, according to which three new complications from the mRNA vaccine are being investigated and commented on.
The text reads: “The relationship of mRNA of vaccines (Pfizer and Moderna) to emerging complications is being investigated by the European Pharmaceutical Agency. These include:
erythema multiforme, a dermatological disorder usually associated with medication or viral infections; nephrotic syndrome (kidney damage associated with albuminuria, autoimmune etiology); spiramatonephritis of autoimmune etiology.
(Note: The latter two complications, depending on their severity, have the potential to lead to chronic renal failure.)
Menstrual irregularities with the Astra Zeneca, Johnson and Johnson vaccines are also being investigated.
Do you understand now how right a few objective doctors are when they say they do not know the long-term complications of insufficiently studied vaccines? “
In a statement, the EMA emphasizes that the benefits of the vaccine outweigh the potential side effects.