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Letter: What’s the rest of the story?

Editor, Gazette-Journal:

I know it’s not polite to ask, but in the face of the withdrawal of Johnson & Johnson’s vaccine because six women experienced “rare blood clots” in the two weeks after they received the vaccine, would someone tell the rest of us how many of these rare blood clots occurred in the two weeks among those women who have not had any vaccine? Or perhaps just inform those of us who are ignorant of such events, how many women or other people experience “rare blood clots” every two weeks.

More importantly. In memory of Thalidomide, a product dispensed in 1957 among women worldwide for headaches or discomfort from pregnancy. That innovative drug resulted in over 10,000 horrific birth defects of which over 40 percent were mortal.It took four years to discover the horrific results of that drug on human reproduction. We still have instances of its effects today. Should we be injecting our pregnant women and prepubescent children with these vaccines? I only raise t...

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