Viagra began life as a high-blood-pressure medication. Hair-restorer Rogaine was originally an ulcer pill. The sleep aid Trazodone was intended as an anti-depressant. Medical history is filled with stories of repurposed drugs yielding useful or even miraculous results. Yet in the midst of a global pandemic that has taken millions of lives, innovation of this sort has become all-but officially forbidden.
In this peer-reviewed publication, Dr Patrick Provost examines the post-vaccination adverse events reporting system and the inherent weaknesses that may result in underreporting. Based on