A study published this week in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) found that the results of the vaccine trials in Europe are “not only highly questionable, but potentially dangerous.”
The researchers say that while some vaccines have been shown to be safe and effective in the United States, many have been associated with serious side effects.
The study was done in collaboration with the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), which funded the study.
The researchers said that their findings indicate that “the current data on vaccine safety cannot be trusted and needs to be further investigated.”
The study looked at data from the United Kingdom, Denmark, Italy, Norway, France, the United Arab Emirates, and Switzerland, where the vaccines have seen “strong uptake.”
It found that vaccine efficacy is “very low” in the majority of the trials, and that there is no evidence of the safety or efficacy of some vaccines.
The researchers concluded that they “do not think there is any evidence to support” the safety and efficacy of vaccines in the European countries, as they have “low-level toxicity.”
The findings were a surprise to many experts.
“It’s extremely important that we have robust evidence to back up these conclusions,” said Richard Safford, professor of infectious diseases and immunology at the University of Toronto, Canada.
“It will help us determine whether we need to increase our investment in vaccine research in Europe.”
A spokesperson for NIAID said that they are “extremely concerned by the study and we strongly urge the scientific community to conduct more robust studies to support the safety, efficacy, and costs of vaccine safety.”NIAIDs director-general and vice president of vaccine research Dr. Stephen Fauci said the NIAIDs was “not aware of the paper,” but added that “it’s important to understand the issues and uncertainties surrounding the studies in the context of the overall debate about vaccine safety, as well as the risks of any single vaccine.”
Safford also told The Washington Post that he is not convinced by the safety results of Europe’s vaccines.
“The data are very weak.
There is very little consistency in the data,” he said.
“I think there’s a real risk of getting vaccine-associated adverse reactions, especially for small children.
So, it’s very concerning.””
It would be very bad if the vaccine were to get a bad reputation.
The only thing I know for sure is that they’re not safe,” Saffords said.”
If the data is not reliable, then you should look elsewhere.”
Fauci also said that it is important to be wary of “false claims of vaccine efficacy.”
“If we have been misled about the safety level of the vaccines, then we shouldn’t be buying the vaccines,” he told The Post.
“But the evidence is very strong that the vaccines are safe, and the vaccine companies should be required to show that.
We have been deceived.
We should be skeptical.”
Saccos study was published in JAMA.