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On this episode of HealthMade Radio, Dr. Michael Karlfeldt interviews toxicologist Ashley Everly about the mRNA shot. Ashley received her bachelor of science in Environmental Toxicology from UC Davis. She worked as an intern at the California Environmental Protection Agency with the Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment. Her firstborn’s vaccine injury propelled her to investigate medical research on natural health, nutrition, and vaccine safety, which motivated her to create a free resource called Vaccine Guide.

Since then, she has become a voice in the vaccine risk-aware community and has worked with various non-profit organizations, advocacy groups, and legal teams.

Learn more about the unknown and known risks of the mRNA shot

The purpose of VAERS is to collect as much data as possible on adverse events so that researchers may conduct analyses on the dataset in order to determine whether or not a specific event may be related to or caused by vaccination. When medical professionals fail to report events due to a personal belief that the event is not related, or because they are simply unaware that they should be reporting the events, this undermines the goal of safety. Unfortunately, an HHS-funded study on VAERS discovered that less than 1% of vaccine adverse events, which occur within 30 days of receiving a vaccine, are reported to VAERS.

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About Ashley Everly

Ashley Everly is a toxicologist, science writer, activist, and the mother of a vaccine-injured child. She is also the force behind Vaccine Guide and EverlyReport.com.

Connect with Ashley Everly

Facebook: ashleyeverlyvax

Instagram: insta_everlyash

Twitter: everlyash

About HealthMade Radio

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In an avid pursuit of worldly knowledge, Dr. Michael Karlfeldt conducts weekly interviews on HealthMade Radio with global integrative health experts, scientists, philanthropists, and entrepreneurs. These interviews are shared on our page to promote a community of health and education.

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