Nov 16, 2022Liked by Fabian Spieker

I've looked at URFs for deaths (https://www.trialsitenews.com/a/underreporting-factors-for-vaers-are-vastly-underreported-e3a21062). They are larger than most analysts have shown, and have been derived from the relatively short-term data we have accumulated so far. The long-term consequences of these shots could increase the death URFs substantially.

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Nov 16, 2022·edited Nov 16, 2022Author

I will have to take my time to work through that one. Thank you.

Essentially we rarely need the underreporting factor. Report proportions are a good approximation of incidence proportions, as insane as this may sound.


However I can't see how we could estimate deaths. Looking forward to reading your article!

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