FDA and CDC advisors accuse Moderna of withholding trial data that suggested its Covid bivalent booster was LESS effective than older shot — to secure $5bn Government order, by Meike Leonard

Ethics apparently are out the window when $5 billion is on the line. From Meike Leonard at dailymail.co.uk:

  • Members of the Covid-19 advisory board claim crucial data was withheld
  • Omitted study showed that new booster was LESS effective than original jab 
  • Though data was limited, advisors say it should have been shown to them 
  • US taxpayers have forked out $5billion for new booster, with very low uptake
  • Vaccine advisory board say they’re ‘disappointed’ and ‘angry’ at omission 

Moderna and the Food and Drug Association (FDA) have been accused of concealing data during the approval process for the pharma giant’s bivalent Covid booster.

Vaccine advisors who signed off on the updated shot late last year claim they were not shown trial data that indicated the booster was actually less effective at preventing Covid than the older vaccine it was meant to replace.

While the early trial results had substantial limitations, ‘disappointed’ and ‘angry advisors say its omission from panel discussions shows a remarkable lack of transparency.

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One response to “FDA and CDC advisors accuse Moderna of withholding trial data that suggested its Covid bivalent booster was LESS effective than older shot — to secure $5bn Government order, by Meike Leonard

  1. In related news…FDA and CDC advisors fired for spreading disinformation, die suddenly.

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