The Canadian govt’s vaccine adverse events reporting system, CAEFISS, has always been woefully underutilized, misrepresenting the true number of vaccine injuries and deaths and leaving a void for Canadians to get the true picture of vaccine side effects to make truly informed consent.
Enter CAERS, the Canadian Adverse Event Reporting System, started in February this year by founder and president, Max Daigle. Daigle has taken on the Herculean and vital task of giving the vaccine injured–often ignored, ridiculed and now injured in unprecedented numbers since the advent of Covid-19 vaccines–and healthcare practitioners the opportunity to do what our govts and public agencies should be doing, according to CAEFISS:
- continuously monitors the safety of marketed vaccines in Canada
- identifies increases in the frequency or severity of previously identified vaccine-related reactions
- identifies previously unknown adverse events (PDF) following immunization that could possibly be related to a vaccine (unexpected AEFI)
- identifies areas that require further investigation and/or research
- provides timely information on AEFI reporting profiles for vaccines marketed in Canada that can help inform immunization-related decisions
Join us for this interview with Daigle–also injured by a vaccine–as he details CAERS’ purpose and the inspiration behind giving the vaccine injured a voice and perhaps avenue for long-overdue legal recourse for shielded vaccine manufacturers.