When you break down the symptoms of Post-Vaccination Syndrome, a very strong case can be made for Post-Vaccination Amyloidosis.

Median (10th and 90th percentile) percentage change from baseline in sural and peroneal nerve conduction by latest mPND score in patients with ATTRv amyloidosis and nerve conduction studies. mPND score IIIa, IIIb, and IV values are either not available (no patients with data) or not shown due to low n (n = 1). Data from year 8 not shown due to small number of patients in certain subgroups. ATTRv, hereditary transthyretin amyloidosis; mPND, modified polyneuropathy disability; THAOS, Transthyretin Amyloidosis Outcomes Survey

A preprint appeared on Friday from the Yale Listen to Immune, Symptom and Treatment Experiences Now (LISTEN) study. This preprint focused on what has been called Post-Vaccination Syndrome. The symptoms of this syndrome are described as follows:

The median time from the day of index vaccination to symptom onset was three days (IQR: 1 day to 8 days). The time from vaccination to symptom survey completion was 595 days (IQR: 417 to 661 days). The median Euro-QoL visual analogue scale score was 50 (IQR: 39 to 70). The five most common symptoms were exercise intolerance (71%), excessive fatigue (69%), numbness (63%), brain fog (63%), and neuropathy (63%). In the week before survey completion, participants reported feeling unease (93%), fearfulness (82%), and overwhelmed by worries (81%), as well as feelings of helplessness (80%), anxiety (76%), depression (76%), hopelessness (72%), and worthlessness (49%) at least once.

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