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Emergency Room Physician Blows Whistle On COVID Vaccines & D-Dimer Levels (Blood Clotting)
Dr. Rochagné Kilian is an Ontario (Canada) Emergency Medicine Specialist doctor who has been working in emergency for the past four years. In the video below, she blows the whistle on the concerning rise in D-dimer levels in patients after receiving a COVID-19 vaccine.
This detailed, well-referenced video explains the phenomenon of micro-clotting, and why this demonstrates the likely development of an autoimmune disorder.
The video was posted by the Canadian Covid Care Alliance on October 31st, 2021.
A D-dimer test is a blood test that can be used to help rule out the presence of a serious blood clot or micro blood clots. The test looks for D-dimer in blood. D-dimer is a protein fragment (small piece) that's made when a blood clot dissolves in your body. It's commonly used to diagnose various blood clotting disorders like deep vein thrombosis (DVT) which is a blood clot that's deep inside a vein.
If everyone who had a COVID vaccine was required to take a D-dimer test, what would the data show? Some doctors are trying to answer this question to help their patients.
Dr. Kilian is one of multiple doctors who have had their licences suspended by The College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario (CPSO) for granting vaccine exemptions to some of their patients. Whether or not these exemptions were warranted in the eyes of the college is currently being investigating.
COVID vaccines causing blood clots made headlines all over the world. Mainstream media has labelled this as "rare blood clotting." But it's hard to know the extent of COVID vaccine injuries and just how widespread they may be for multiple reasons we discuss here and here.
Newly released Pfizer documents revealed tens of thousands of adverse reactions reported in the first two months of 2021. Vaccine safety adverse events reporting systems around the world are recording a record number of injuries. By October 15th, 2021, adverse events reported worldwide passed 2,344,240 for COVID vaccines alone in the World Health Organization (WHO) reporting system VigiAccess.
Approximately 50 percent of vaccine injuries reported to the Vaccine Adverse Events Reporting System (VAERS) in the last 30 years are all from COVID vaccines.