Interview with Jessica Rose, PhD — VAERS: What Does the Data Tell Us?

Interview with Jessica Rose, PhD, covers the question of vaccine safety, as it can be evaluated from actual real world data collected into the so called “VAERS” system.

The interview covers the question of the magnitude of adverse effects, as compared to previous vaccination programs; the issue of under-reporting, which is considerable; the question of causality between an adverse event and an injection and the extent to which causality can be established, using the Bradford Hill Criteria. There is also a discussion of effectiveness, with Dr Rose answering the somewhat rhetorical question whether these injections are as effective as they are safe. Dr Rose then answers some questions from the audience.

Dr. Jessica Rose is originally from Ontario, Canada. She holds degrees in applied mathematics, immunology, computational biology, molecular biology and biochemistry. You can find her bio at this link.

The interview is available as a podcast and as a video. The podcast version is a bit longer as it includes introductory remarks by JP Kiekens.


This update is for VAERS data from the August 27th update and covers all sorts of element such as total counts, missing data, lost safety signals, escape mutants and more. The presentation was officially made for the Canadian COVID Care Alliance and is sectioned according to Safety and Efficacy.