A new analysis of survey data by the Control Group project, reveals how over 300,000 people from around the world have fared without taking a Covid-19 vaccine. Nine days after the survey report was uploaded, ResearchGate removed it citing a breach of their terms and conditions.
Data from the first five months of the survey were analyzed and interpreted by an independent, international team led by Robert Verkerk PhD, a multi-disciplinary scientist and the founder, executive and scientific director of the non-profit Alliance for Natural Health International. Co-authors included three practicing clinicians, Dr. Naseeba Kathrada, Christof Plothe DO, and Dr. Kat Lindley. All four authors are members of the Health and Humanity Committee of the World Council for Health (WCH).
The first release of the analysis reveals that the control group:
- Avoided vaccination for reasons that include a preference for natural interventions, distrust of pharmaceutical interventions, distrust of government information, poor/limited trial study data, and fear of long-term adverse reactions.
- Does not place a disproportionate burden on health systems. In reality, they have experienced low hospitalization rates and severe Covid-19 disease is rare.
- Is more likely to self-care, using natural products like vitamin D, vitamin C, zinc, and quercetin.
- Used ivermectin and hydroxychloroquine in many cases.
- Has experienced menstrual abnormalities (an adverse effect reported by vaccinated women) despite not taking the vaccine.
- Has experienced a considerable mental health burden, possibly aggravated by their stigmatization by the mainstream, ‘vaccinated’ society.
- Has experienced discrimination because of their decision to exercise the right to informed consent and refuse the administration of the experimental injection.
Shortly after the preprint was uploaded to ResearchGate, MSN reported on the findings in a viral article titled “Severe COVID-19 ‘Rare’ In Unvaccinated People, Survey Reveals.”
The article inspired additional reporting (both positive and negative) on the Control Group survey before ultimately being removed by MSN. An archive of the MSN article can be found here.
Study author Robert Verkerk, PhD received an email from ResearchGate on Friday from a person identified only as “Sam”. An excerpt from the email reads:
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In response, Robert Verkerk, PhD told ResearchGate, “I have long respected the contribution ResearchGate makes to open and transparent discourse within the scientific community and I hope this doesn’t represent part of a general narrowing of your approach to openness in science. We have been invited to submit the findings to a peer-reviewed journal in a more consolidated form so will continue on this path.”
Co-author and member of the WCH Steering Committee Dr. Kat Lindley told WCH, “The Control Group survey report uploaded to and recently pulled by ResearchGate, showed that severe Covid is rare in people who did not receive the products and instead relied on natural immunity, self-care, early treatment protocols, and a healthy lifestyle. It is a shame when scientific discourse that does not fit the mainstream narrative is censored. Data like that in the Control Group survey is integral to the ongoing debate relating to the future of public health measures.”
The survey release will be available on Authorea in 24-48 hours.
The mission of Control Group is to collect “long-term health data of the SARS-CoV-2 vaccine-free from every country” in order to provide the missing control group counterpart to the vaccinated. Only with a control group, is an independent and transparent, comparative analysis of the mass vaccination experiment possible.