According to an article in the BMJ (British Medical Journal), a third-party company made a number of mistakes in conducting a small part of the clinical trials of Pfizer’s anti – Govt vaccine.
Ventavia, a Texas-based medical testing firm, was hired by Pfizer last year to evaluate the effectiveness of its vaccine, with “false data” and “no side effects observed,” the article said Tuesday.
Ventavia had a small role in testing the vaccine developed by Pfizer in collaboration with the German company BioNTech.
The third-party company tested about 1,000 people – worldwide, the vaccine tested about 44,000 people.
These tests showed particularly high efficacy, for example, leading to the approval of the vaccine in the United States and EU countries.
The main source for the BMJ article was Brooke Jackson, a former Ventavia employee who spent two weeks in the company testing the Pfizer / Bioentech vaccine and was later fired.
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