My vaccine medical exemption letter for your child

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October 18, 2021- by Steven E. Greer email me at steve@QOLclinic.com

This is the letter I am writing for parents in California where they are mandating vaccines. If you have a child being threatened, just fill in the blanks and send it to me for my approval.

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(School authority name, address)

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RE: child name ______vaccinations for COVID

Dear ___________

I am writing on behalf of ___________________, who is a _____-year-old student at your school, and his parents. They received a letter informing them that they must have their child vaccinated with one of the COVID vaccines.

_______ should not receive any COVID vaccine. They are unsafe in his age group and the benefits do not justify the risks.

On Thursday, October 14, The FDA convened in advisory committee to review the application by Moderna for booster shots. During that meeting, the safety data that has accrued since the Pfizer approval in ages 12 to 17 was discussed. The companies, Pfizer and Moderna, have not bothered to collect their own data. Therefore, the only data available were from Israeli government registries based on just the Pfizer vaccine. Those data showed a clear risk of cardiotoxicity in all people under age 18, with a higher risk among males. Prior to the meeting, the companies had downplayed this risk.

As a result of those revelations, the FDA announce that it was putting on hold any consideration of approving the Moderna vaccine for people under the age of 18. However, for the time being, the temporary emergency approval for Pfizer in ages 12 to 17 remains in effect. Based on the FDA panel deliberations, I believe that the FDA should rescind that approval as well.

While no drug is perfectly safe, medical experts must always weigh the risk/benefit ratio. In this case, the risk for children coming down with a serious case of COVID is extremely rare. It is even rarer for them to die. Moreover, we have numerous therapeutic drugs to treat the uncommon cases when school children do become seriously ill. The risk of serious adverse events from the vaccines is not justified by the unproven and minuscule benefit.

There are legal and ethical reasons to not mandate vaccines in the United States of America. We do not mandate vaccines for other more deadly diseases, such as the flu. However, I will leave those matters to the legal profession.

In my expert medical opinion, I believe that any school official who forces children to be vaccinated is violating international law formed after the atrocities of World War 2, as well as California and federal law. These vaccines have not been properly tested in children and yet we already see a signal for serious adverse events.

The risk/benefit analysis does not justify the use of COVID vaccines even on a voluntary basis, much less on a mandatory basis. The medical principle of nonmaleficence holds that there is an obligation by doctors to not inflict harm on others. It is closely associated with the maxim primum non nocere (first do no harm). Therefore, I strongly oppose any school mandate of COVID vaccinations upon students.

Sincerely,

Steven E. Greer, MD

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