Blood clots linked to Covid-19 vaccines are still extremely rare despite two Australians dying in recent weeks
Of the 48 cases of people with blood clots 31 were discharged from hospital On Thursday a 52-year-old NSW woman died from a blood clot in the brain She is the second person to do so out of 3.6million doses of AstraZeneca Medical experts say blood clots linked to COVID-19 vaccines remain extremely rare and Australians should continue to roll up their sleeves for the jab.
A 52-year-old woman from NSW who died after receiving the AstraZeneca vaccine is “likely” Australia’s second death from a rare and severe blood clotting syndrome linked to the Covid vaccine, Australia’s drugs regulator says. The Therapeutic Goods Administration said on Thursday the woman had a severe form of the syndrome “with a blood clot in the brain known as a cerebral venous sinus thrombosis”.
Eight more Australians have been raced to hospital with the rare blood clotting disorder linked to the AstraZeneca Covid-19 vaccine. The disturbing figures were released on Thursday afternoon, as thousands of Covid-fearing people flock to vaccination hubs amid Victoria's growing cluster. The Therapeutic Goods Administration said there are four confirmed cases of the blood clotting disorder, including an 82-year-old woman from New South Wales, two Victorian women, 40 and 70, and a man from Queensland who is 70.
Australia’s drug regulator is considering referring Covid vaccine misinformation posts to the federal police, after anti-vaccine campaigners targeted a Labor MP who posted about getting the jab. In response to a viral post of Labor backbencher Julian Hill receiving his vaccine, numerous users posted false material purportedly from the Therapeutic Goods Administration wrongly claiming Covid-19 vaccines have caused more than 200 deaths.
Almost 80 US brands of sunscreen including some that appear to be sold in Australia have been found to contain the cancer-causing chemical benzene. Valisure, a US company that chemically tests generic medicines and other products to make sure they aren't contaminated, uncovered the problem after testing 294 sunscreens made by 69 companies.
Rare blood clots discovered in NINE more Australians who've had the AstraZeneca Covid-19 vaccine amid concerns fears over the jab are slowing the rollout
Nine more Australians have developed rare blood clots after receiving AstraZeneca's Covid-19 vaccine. The Therapeutic Goods Administration revealed there have now been 27 vaccine recipients who have suffered the complication with a further six cases under investigation, as Australia's heavily criticised vaccine rollout faces even more turmoil.
Pete Evans has been fined close to $80,000 for advertising health products not backed up by science or professionals. The Therapeutic Goods Administration has announced the huge fine for the disgraced celebrity chef after it launched an investigation into his advertising regime. Evans was hit with of six infringement notices that totalled $79,920 over his 'non-compliant advertising' of a hyperbaric oxygen therapy chamber, two oral medicines and the BioCharger NG machine that saw him fined last year.
Pete Evans slapped with a $80,000 fine for advertising 'wellness products' including an 'oxygen therapy chamber' and a 'BioCharger'
Pete Evans and company fined $79,920 by Therapeutic Goods Administration Six infringement notices for alleged unlawful advertising of therapeutic goods Included 'BioCharger' device, oxygen therapy chambers and oral medicines He was previously fined more than $25,00 over claims about BioCharger' device Comes after the TV chef was spotted looking very different online on Monday
Pete Evans fined $80,000 by health department for alleged unlawful spruiking of devices and medicines
Celebrity chef turned conspiracy theorist Pete Evans has again been fined for promoting an array of devices and drugs as miracle cures for ailments including the coronavirus. The former Seven Network star was on Tuesday hit with $79,920 in fines for breaching advertising requirements. It comes after his company was fined more than $25,000 by the Therapeutic Goods Administration in April 2020 after he promoted a device called a “BioCharger” on a Facebook live stream, claiming it could be used to cure the coronavirus.
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A Brisbane trainee nurse is one of six new cases of blood clots linked to the AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine. , 18, a Victorian woman, 57, and South Australian man, 53, were confirmed to be linked, the Therapeutic Goods Administration confirmed. It said the teenage woman received the AstraZeneca jab before recommendations were updated on April 8 to say that specific vaccine should only be give to people aged over 50.
Disgraced celebrity chef Pete Evans is under investigation AGAIN by the Therapeutic Goods Administration
The Therapeutic Goods Administration is launching a new investigation into controversial celebrity chef Pete Evans. According to an exclusive report by TV Blackbox on Wednesday, the TGA is looking into his claims about therapeutic goods. The 48-year-old former My Kitchen Rules judge was previously issued two fines by the TGA in April last year amounting to $25,200.
A young trainee nurse has been hospitalised after multiple blood clots were discovered in her lung just weeks after she received the AstraZeneca vaccine.Ellie Peacock, 18, received her first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine on March 31, a week before the government announced people under 50 would no longer be receiving the AstraZeneca jab due to blood clot concerns.
Trainee nurse, 18, who received the AstraZeneca vaccine is hospitalised with THREE severe blood clots after doctors dismissed her symptoms and sent her home THREE times until she could barely breathe
Ellie Peacock was hospitalised after it was discovered she had three blood clots The clots were found on her right lung after oxygen levels dropped 90 per cent She has been to hospital multiple times recently with pain and breathing issues Ms Peacock received her first dose of the AstraZenca Covid vaccine on March 31 A young nursing student has been hospitalised with three blood clots on her right lung just three weeks after receiving the AstraZeneca Covid-19 vaccine.
There have been seven new blood clot cases following the AstraZeneca vaccine, the Therapeutic Goods Administration has revealed.The new cases of thrombosis with thrombocytopenia syndrome (TTS) were revealed in the TGA's COVID-19 vaccine weekly safety report on Thursday.Three cases were confirmed as TTS, while four were deemed probable.
Tens of thousands of women at risk from breast augmentations after rare cancer linked to common implants that have been used since 2004
An urgent warning has been issued to thousands of Australian women who have had breast implants which have been linked to a rare cancer.Women who have undergone the procedure are urged to be on the look out for symptoms of breast implant-associated anaplastic large cell lymphoma, a rare cancer of the immune system that grows in the scar tissue capsule and fluid around the implant.
A Queensland man is being treated in intensive care for blood clots which are believed to be directly linked to the AstraZeneca vaccine.State Chief Health Officer Jeannette Young says the 66-year-old developed abdominal pains after receiving his first jab in Townsville on March 30.He was later taken to hospital to be treated for deep vein thrombosis and remains in intensive care.
Man, 65, claims he 'almost died' after having a stroke and developing blood clots within days of getting the AstraZeneca vaccine
A 65-year-old Queensland man has claimed he 'almost died' after receiving the AstraZeneca vaccine.The civil engineer from Shute Harbour in the Whitsundays, Queensland, said he had a stroke which caused him to go into a coma five days after getting the jab on April 26.
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Death of a man, 55, from blood clots in his lungs is 'likely not' linked to the AstraZeneca vaccine he had days prior
Australia's medicines regulator has suggested it is unlikely two deaths in NSW were linked to coronavirus vaccinations.Therapeutic Goods Administration head John Skerritt said investigations were underway after two men, 55 and 71, reportedly died from blood clots.It is believed both received the AstraZeneca jab, which is recommended for use only in people over 50 because of extremely rare but serious blood clots.