Transhumanism In The Era of Covid
Did Transverse Myelitis Halt the A-Z CoVax?

AstraZeneca Vaccine On Hold After Serious Adverse Reaction

AstraZenecaNote: We hope the clinical trial participant will recover. There's no joy in vaccine injury. Ever. We speak and write glibly about "the vaccine," sometimes overlooking that real people, men and women, are the test subjects.

Here is the Clinical Trials News Release from NIH on the Phase III trial.

From DailyMail UK

Oxford and AstraZeneca's COVID vaccine trial is put on HOLD for safety reasons after a British volunteer had a 'serious' reaction that could have been caused by injection

Phase 3 trials for the coronavirus vaccine being developed by Oxford University and AstraZeneca have been placed on a hold after a 'serious adverse event' was reported in a participant in the UK. 

Serious adverse events are suspected reactions to vaccines or drugs that require hospitalization, are life-threateningly or deadly. 

It's unclear what the exact nature of the reaction was, but a person familiar with the matter told Stat News that the person is expected to recover. 

New York Post AstraZeneca halts COVID-19 vaccine trial after possible serious side effect

(Note: In large trials illnesses will happen by chance.... Is THAT what AZ wants us to believe?)

“This is a routine action which has to happen whenever there is a potentially unexplained illness in one of the trials, while it is investigated, ensuring we maintain the integrity of the trials,” AstraZeneca said in a statement.

“In large trials, illnesses will happen by chance but must be independently reviewed to check this carefully.”




The volunteer was on the group that took the placebo

The placebo was a meningitis vaccine

The trails will resume

Angus Files

Volunteer in Oxford University's Covid-19 vaccine trial dies
The volunteer was Brazilian and was taking part in the trials at The Federal University of Sao Paolo.
19:23, 21 OCT 2020
A coronavirus vaccine trial participant has died.

The volunteer was involved in trials into a jab from Oxford University and pharmaceutical company AstraZeneca.

The tragic news was confirmed by Brazil's health authority on Wednesday, October 21.

An investigation has been launched but no safety concerns have been raised, according to scientists.

The volunteer was Brazilian and was taking part in the trials at The Federal University of Sao Paolo, the Mirror reports.

University staff would not reveal where the participant lived.

It has not yet been confirmed if the person's death was in any way related to the trial.

"Following careful assessment of this case in Brazil, there have been no concerns about safety of the clinical trial and the independent review in addition to the Brazilian regulator have recommended that the trial should continue," a spokesman for the university said in a statement.

The drug is one of the frontrunners as scientists across the world attempt to find a way out of the coronavirus nightmare gripping the planet.

Professor Jonathan Van-Tam, England’s deputy chief medical officer, has said the jab could be ­available around the turn of the year.

It was paused last month after a participant became ill, but following a review was allowed to continue.

In a statement at the time, AstraZeneca said: "In large clinical trials, illnesses will happen by chance and must be independently reviewed.

"AstraZeneca is working to expedite the review of the single event to minimise any potential impact on the trial timetable.

"We are committed to the safety of our participants and the highest standard of conduct in our trials."

Pharma For Prison



This poor woman, a healthy volunteer. An altruistic soul who trusted Oxford U and AstraZeneca now has transverse myelitis and others in the cohort are coming down with multiple sclerosis. This is not a drug trial, this is a massacre.

I don't want my loved ones taking this shot, that would reckless.

And I will never have squalene or aluminum or formaldehyde or polysorbate 80 injected in my body.

My body, my choice.

Hans Litten

At first glance this may seem alarming. A vaccine trial - and not just any vaccine, but one receiving massive global attention - is put on hold due to a suspected serious adverse reaction. But such events are not unheard of. Indeed the Oxford team describe it as "routine". Any time a volunteer is admitted to hospital and the cause of their illness is not immediately apparent it triggers a study to be put on hold.

This is actually the second time it has happened with the Oxford University/AstraZeneca coronavirus vaccine trial since the first volunteers were immunised in April. An Oxford University spokesperson said: "In large trials, illnesses will happen by chance but must be independently reviewed to check this carefully."
They are such liars. Is this earlier injury Dr Elisa Granata ?

Hans Litten

Mr Soriot added that the trials had also been paused in July after a different participant experienced neurological symptoms. However, these were proven to be unrelated to the vaccine and the individual was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis.
And I read somewhere else that they admitted another was injured in April ...Elisa Granata ?

@Grace etc

Neurological damage. No surprise. Look at all the Guillaine Barre from influenza vaccine.

Shelley Tzorfas

Astra Zeneca University, Oxford U had an extremely healthy woman participate in their vaccine Chemical experiment for a 1.2 Billion dollar Covid vaccine. She just happened to have some kind of swelling in her spine known as Transverse Myelitis and just happened to lose the use of her arms and legs according to some reports but Astra Zeneca U. is not sure if it has something to do with the Vaccine? The vaccines were already purchased before Phase 111 trials were complete and it is suggested that these trials skipped over animal trials. In the early 2000's Fauci already tried to make a Corona virus vaccine but after the animals were injected and then exposed to the natural virus, they all died. I wonder if their spines swelled and they lost the use of their limbs?

Jeanne J

It is so unbelievably, incredible watching this unfold before our eyes. The MSM and the whole world actually talking about a serious vaccine injury - who would have ever believed it. But, that's the difference between damaging the lives of babies and small children, who cannot effectively articulate what is happening to them, and grown adults, who can actively communicate what is or isn't normal behavior pre- and post a vaccine being administered. I guess these vaccine manufacturers are so not use to having to defend a serious adverse vaccine event that they haven't had time yet to get their "lies" straight.

My condolences to the person who actually trusted that vaccine manufacturers care about humans vs. human flesh as merchandise.

Jenny Allan

An unconfirmed facebook report, from a person alleging to know the Covid-19 vaccine trial volunteer stated:-
"She has lost the use of her hands and feet and her nerves are uncontrollable. She has been diagnosed with Transverse Myelitis "
The NJT picked this up:-
“It's unclear what the exact nature of the reaction was, but the New York Times quoted a source claiming the patient had transverse myelitis, an inflammation of the spinal cord that can cause permanent paralysis in some patients.”
"The term myelitis refers to inflammation of the spinal cord, transverse refers to the pattern of changes in sensation.
Transverse myelitis is the broad name of the disease, and there are various sub-types.
Causes of the condition include infections, sometimes caused by bacteria in raw foods, immune system disorders, and other disorders that may damage or destroy myelin, the fatty white insulating substance that covers nerve cell fibers.
Inflammation within the spinal cord interrupts communications between nerve fibers in the spinal cord and the rest of the body, affecting sensation and nerve signaling below the injury.
That can lead to paralysis.
Condition can affect people of any age, gender, or race. It does not appear to be genetic or run in families.
Some people recover from transverse myelitis with minor or no long-term problems, but most suffer permanent impairments that affect their ability to perform ordinary tasks of daily living.
There is no cure for the disease."


First of all:
Oxford put out that lame a$$ study about hydroxychloroquine not working with one hand, while they are working on a vaccine that could bring them in billions with the other. Just saying!

Second of all, one never recovers from a serious adverse vaccine reaction. We may improve, but recover? I don't think so .

My husband said he bet that no one knows what that little reaction was.
My husband with an acquired mitochondrial myopathy that took five whole years of him never giving up to find out what the heck was wrong with him.

Bob Moffit

I think it safe to say less people are dying from Covid because doctors have learned how to TREAT patients … which is encouraging to say the least … not to long ago patients were placed on VENTILATORS … and from what I hear many .. if not MOST … died. It is encouraging to know that placing patients on ventilators should be the absolutely LAST thing to do .. as I believe hospitals were receiving THOUSANDS of dollars for each patient on a ventilator .. creating the perception that MONEY was clearly influencing TREATMENT.

(same could be said for HDC which is vigorously opposed .. HDC costs far less than "preferred" drug of Fauci and friends)

The amount of MONEY a VACCINE will create is obscene .. making the VACCINE WORTH BILLIONS ..

Jill in MI

How many people are in this test series? I wonder if this is just the one adverse affect they couldn't explain away? I hope this person is okay in the long run.

Grace Green

I've heard that it's transverse myelitis. If that's true it will never get into the MSN.

Hans Litten

And you can bet it isnt soreness and redness around the site of injection.

I would imagine this poor soul is at deaths door.


It is not “unclear” what adverse event happened- if is undisclosed.

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