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Dr. Richard Fleming: What does vaccine efficacy really mean?

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A couple of months ago Dr. Richard Fleming gave a powerful, in-depth presentation exposing what’s really happening with Covid and vaccine-induced ADE.  As part of his presentation, he explained what vaccine efficacy really means.

Dr. Richard Fleming is a nuclear and preventive cardiologist.  He has degrees in physics, biology, psychology and chemistry.

The Covid “vaccine” emergency use authorisations (“EUA”) showed no statistical reduction in Covid cases.  “I’m going to walk you through it,” said Dr. Fleming.

The way vaccine efficacy was determined, for example the 95% efficacy that is brandished about, was as a ratio of the number of people who are diagnosed with Covid who get the “vaccine” divided by the number of people who are diagnosed with Covid who did not get the “vaccine.”

Taking as an example the Pfizer trial results: 8 vaccinated people and 162 unvaccinated people were diagnosed with Covid.  Then, the risk ratio was calculated: 8/162 = 0.05.  The vaccine efficacy was calculated as one minus the risk ratio: 1 – 0.05 = 0.95 or 95%.

How was the diagnosis of Covid made in these vaccine studies?

“It is a positive PCR test, whether you are vaccinated or not, and if you have symptoms,” Dr. Fleming explained, “if you look at the list of symptoms [used by] Pfizer, Moderna or Janssen you’ll see that these symptoms match just about any infection.  Whether it’s SARS-CoV-2 or influenza …, the common cold or cancer or bacterial infection, these are all the same symptoms.”

You can ask how many were diagnosed with Covid. Alternatively, you can ask how many were not diagnosed with Covid – the absolute risk reduction (“ARR”).

Again, using as an example the Pfizer trial results: 17,403 vaccinated people were not diagnosed with Covid and 17,349 unvaccinated people were not diagnosed with Covid. Then, 0.05% of vaccinated people and 0.93% of unvaccinated people were not diagnosed with Covid.  The ARR is then calculated as 0.93% – 0.05% = 0.88%.

Dr. Fleming posed the question: “if you look at this statistically [as scientists would] … are these different numbers really meaningful?”

“The results of this study show that there is no statistical reduction in Covid cases between the vaccinated and the unvaccinated … the absolute risk reduction was 0.88%, not 95%.”

Dr. Richard Fleming, What Does Vaccine Efficacy Really Mean, 3 October 2021 (14 mins)

You can watch the full Infowars video ‘Pentagon A.I. Confirms Covid Shots Triggering Deadly ADE In The Vaccinated’, HERE.  Dr. Fleming’s presentation begins 1:29:37; the clip above was taken from timestamp 1:54:29. 

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jchr12
jchr12
5 months ago

Is this not yet another reason why governments have continued to use the PCR test at inflated cycles thereby creating ‘+ cases’ in order to demonstrate the false narrative of vaccine efficacy? A vaccine’s efficacy based on viral infection that isn’t Covid is clearly bogus.

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James
James
5 months ago

Richard Fleming may have a valid point about the unreliability of Covid-19 tests. But he undermines it by looking at the numbers of people who did not get Covid-19.
Imagine a hypothetical city of roughly 10M people (let’s call it Noo Yoik). It has a homicide problem: in the peak year, 2,500 people are murdered. A couple of mayors in succession (let’s call them David and Rudy) manage to get the rate down to 1/10 of that, just 250 homicides. Then a statistician says, “Hey, but if you look at the number of people who did NOT get murdered, that only increased from 9,997,500 to 9,999,750 – an increase of just 0.02%. That’s not statistically significant!”
I suspect that, to the citizens of Noo Yoik, a 90% reduction in their risk of being murdered would seem pretty significant!

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[…] Dr., Richard Fleming has concluded the same.  Using Pfizer, Moderna and Johnson & Johnson’s trial data used to calculate efficacy of their Covid injections, Dr. Fleming demonstrated that with an absolute risk ration of 0.88%, less than 1%, “there is no statistical reduction in Covid cases between the vaccinated and the unvaccinated.” […]

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[…] Dr., Richard Fleming has concluded the same.  Using Pfizer, Moderna and Johnson & Johnson’s trial data used to calculate efficacy of their Covid injections, Dr. Fleming demonstrated that with an absolute risk ration of 0.88%, less than 1%, “there is no statistical reduction in Covid cases between the vaccinated and the unvaccinated.” […]

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