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critical of the studies. https://systematicreviewsjournal.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/s13643-019-0983-y


POTS and CRPS are rare syndromes that are difficult to identify; as mentioned, about 30 cases of POTS and CRPS were not recognised in the HPV vaccine manufacturers’ trials [31, 32], and there were no reports of POTS and CRPS in the clinical study reports (see Table 9 and the “Results” section). To assess whether signs and symptoms consistent with POTS and CRPS were present in the data, we asked a physician (Louise Brinth) with clinical expertise in POTS and CRPS to assess the reported MedDRA-preferred terms as ‘definitely’, ‘probably’, ‘probably not’ or ‘definitely not’ associated with the syndromes. As an example, the physician judged the MedDRA-preferred terms ‘dizziness postural’ and ‘pain in extremity’ to be ‘definitely’ associated with POTS and CRPS, respectively. The physician was blinded to the allocation groups and outcome data. The data was synthesised for those MedDRA-preferred terms that the physician judged ‘definitely’ associated with POTS or CRPS. (Note that the synthesis of two or more different MedDRA-preferred term categories may include a participant more than once in an analysis.)

There are a lot of things worth criticizing in the studies done around the HPV vaccines.



I'll make a gentle bet: Most of the HPV vaccine defense will consist of attacks on the authors. >:D
 

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