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Plea in Supreme Court Seeks Public Disclosure of Vaccine Clinical Trial and Post Vaccination Data

Lawstreet Journal 15 May 2021 2:17am

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Dr Jacob Puliyel has filed a petition with the support of Advocate Prashant Bhushan requesting that the separated data from clinical trials for vaccines prescribed to the Indian population under the Emergency Use Authorization issued by the Drugs Controller General of India be made public. 

The petitioner also requested that the full segregated trial details for each phase of the trial be published. It was stated that petition should not be seen as a protest against the current vaccine policy.

The petition further requests that post-vaccination details be made public. Such activities could also be publicized via a toll-free call. According to the petition, the publication of segregated evidence from vaccine clinical trials, with segregation made between each vaccine and each party, cannot be compromised and must be disclosed by peer-reviewed scientific journals. According to the petitioner, a former member of the National Technical Advisory Group on Immunisation, this is a blatant breach of simple scientific disclosure standards and disclosure guidelines. According to the appeal, this is unconstitutional and a breach of citizens' interests.

The petition cites the following arguments to emphasize the importance of disclosure: 

  • To determine whether a particular segment of the population is more vulnerable to adverse effects. 
  • To ascertain adverse effects in different age groups and cultures

The petitioner has also emphasized the importance of vaccine recipients being closely watched by officials and public recording of any adverse effects, as this finding has helped diagnose the prevalence of blood clots and strokes in recipients in other countries.

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