A study on Covid vaccine deaths was published and then removed by the Lancet. How does this happen exactly?
The study was done by a group of doctors who reviewed death certificates of people who died within one week of recieving the Covid vaccine. They found that close to 74% of the deaths they reviewed could be attributed to the vaccine. This totaled 240 deaths in total.
The most common cause of organ failure post vaccines were the “cardiovascular system (53%), followed by the hematological system (17%), the respiratory system (8%) and multiple organ systems (7%).”
This is consistent with Pfizer’s own early vaccine trials so it should not be controversial but the Lancet publishers removed the study and replaced it with this statement: “This preprint has been removed by Preprints with the Lancet because the study’s conclusions are not supported by the study methodology.”
This study review methodology is not a new type of study. It is an odd reason to remove a paper with inconvenient conclusions, is it not?