A 33 year old father has died of immune disorder caused by Pfizer COVID vaccine, says his doctor. The bereaved widow has promised to spread awareness regarding vaccine effects.
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Last Monday, a healthy 33-year-old husband and father succumbed to death with an autoimmune response connected to Pfizer’s COVID vaccine, according to his doctors.
Since being diagnosed with various immunological illnesses, Brandon Pollet, a Louisiana instrument technician and father of a one-year-old girl, passed away on Friday. According to a GoFundMe account set up for Pollet’s healthcare and funeral costs, his health started to worsen promptly following his second Pfizer dosage at the end of August.
Despite seeking medical help, his condition continued to worsen for weeks before he could be admitted to the hospital in October.
Brandon Pollet’s spouse, Jessica Pollet, informed the St. Charles Herald Guide, “Brandon had no prior medical history.” “After his second Pfizer vaccine, Brandon developed a headache right away then fever 48 hours after.”
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Pollet was admitted to the hospital on October 21 and diagnosed with Still’s Disorder, an uncommon and potentially fatal autoimmune disease. Even after going home, he stayed extremely sick with high fevers and was re-admitted on December 14.
Pollet had also been given a diagnosis with hemophagocytic lymphohistiocytosis (HLC), a fatal immunological condition, in December, according to his wife. Chemotherapy, steroids, and regular infusions of blood products and insulin, among other things, were among his therapies.
“Unfortunately, none of the usual treatments have worked,” Mrs. Pollet said. “The doctors have agreed that the COVID vaccine caused an immune response that led to the development of the autoimmune disease and HLH.”
“The community has organized blood drives and a GoFundMe account to support Brandon and to help us pay medical bills. We ask for your thoughts and prayers,” she added. The GoFundMe campaign for the Pollets has generated upwards of $42,000 for the family so far.
In an earlier Facebook post, the bereaved widow promised to spread awareness regarding vaccine effects, writing that her husband’s loss might’ve been averted if only more folks had spoken up.
“This is not the way we want to spread awareness about vaccine injuries but we have no choice now,” she wrote in a tribute to her deceased husband. “If other people would have spoken up, maybe your outcome would have been different. But, now we will use your story to help many others and hopefully change their outcome.”
The post was marked with a label instructing users to consult approved “vaccine resources” that encourage COVID immunization, according to Facebook.
The post was marked with a label instructing users to consult approved “vaccine resources” that encourage COVID immunisation, according to Facebook.
Last summer, Pollet’s employer, Royal Dutch Shell, started demanding employees to show documentation of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test to gain admission to corporate facilities.
The COVID vaccines have been associated to a number of serious adverse effects, including the immunological condition Guillain-Barré Syndrome and possibly deadly cardiac problems such as myocarditis. A British research published in December indicated that after receiving the Pfizer or Moderna vaccine, the probability of myocarditis in men under 40 is several times greater than average, and also that post-vaccine myocarditis may be more fatal than other forms of the disease.
Vaccines, on the other hand, have failed to halt the virus from spreading. Vaccinated people had larger infection rates than the unvaccinated, according to new statistics, which has resulted in unprecedented COVID surges around the globe since the introduction of omicron.
According to Stanford University medical researcher Dr. John Ioannidis, COVID is still a curable disease for the majority of persons who acquire it, with a chance of survival of 99.7% or higher for those under the age of 60.
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