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  • The film “Anecdotals” provides a glimpse into the lives of people who have suffered significant adverse reactions from Covid-19 shots
  • Those who spoke out about their shot-related injuries have been shamed, ridiculed and labeled unethical
  • Those injured by the shots have been largely abandoned by the mainstream medical community; their medical issues have been politicized, while society provides no empathy
  • With no programs in place to help those injured by Covid-19 shots, and many doctors afraid to even acknowledge the shot’s connection to patients’ symptoms, many of those harmed have nowhere to turn for help
  • The film calls for an open dialogue and a movement from humanity to acknowledge the risks of Covid-19 shots, as well as those who are suffering due to them

People who have been harmed by Covid-19 shots have suffered a range of medical issues — everything from death and permanent disability to pericarditis, nerve damage and overwhelming fatigue. While their symptoms vary, they share several common themes:

  • Abandonment — Those injured by Covid-19 jabs have been largely abandoned by the mainstream medical community and government.
  • Shame — Those who spoke out about their injuries have been shamed, ridiculed and labeled unethical; their medical issues have been politicized, while society provides no empathy.
  • Hopelessness — With no programs in place to help those injured by Covid-19 shots, and many doctors afraid to even acknowledge the shot’s connection to patients’ symptoms, many of those harmed feel lost and don’t know where to turn for help.

Bringing attention to the issue — and to the people whose lives have changed drastically since receiving a Covid-19 shot — is the first step to recovery. The film “Anecdotals” does just that, providing a glimpse into the lives of people who have suffered significant adverse reactions from Covid-19 shots.1

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