Dr. Masanori Fukushima, a professor emeritus at Kyoto University, presented a warning on November 25, 2022, at an event organized by Kazuhisa Ukawa, a concerned private citizen. Apparently on the agenda were concerns involving discrimination against the unvaccinated in Japan as well as an ever-growing list of persons reporting injuries associated with the COVID-19 mRNA vaccines. In what frankly can be described as a bombshell acknowledgment given the pedigree of this physician-scientist in Japanese medical research circles, Fukushima declared that “the harm caused by vaccines is now a worldwide problem” and that “given the wide range of adverse events, billions of lives could ultimately  be in danger.” Is this just reactionary hyperbole of a bitter critic or a prescient signal to be taken very seriously?

Involved with the Foundation for Biomedical Research and Innovation and the Translational Research Center for Medical Innovation, the infectious disease expert (Fukushima) has been an oncologist with over 25 years of experience in practice and research, including ongoing reform of Japan’s medical care system.

A big proponent of clinical research,  Fukushima has actively contributed to building the clinical trial infrastructure, with a focus on translational research.  In this recent video of the conference uploaded to Rumble Fukushima told the audience that “Vaccine damage now represents a global problem. Billions of lives at possible risk.” But could this be true? Does this include some hyperbolic alarmism?

What does the physician-scientist share during this conference?

He starts out by saying that “this vaccine was scientifically misconceived. So, in 2020 I immediately translated the Chinese guidelines as soon as they arrived from China to use steroids as appropriately as possible.” He emphasized he made such a proclamation but that such messaging fell on deaf ears.

Complimenting Japan’s excellent doctors, the prominent physician-scientist emphasized that once he released unfolding guidelines involving early care with the use of drugs such as steroids, the death rate [in Japan] dropped dramatically before the vaccine. Harboring some clear resentment, Fukushima declared, “So anyone inciting this vaccine without any academic acumen is to be condemned.”

Then comes the Fukushima bombshell: “The harm caused by vaccines is now a worldwide problem. Here is my article recently published. Shall we read it? Given the large number of people who have received vaccinations and given the wide range of adverse events, billions of lives could ultimately be in danger.”

What is Dr. Fukushima demanding?

The doctor went on the record at this Japanese event:

“We urge public health agencies to acknowledge or substantiate the issues raised in this document that are relevant to public health. Recognize them and act accordingly. Also, ensure that all individuals make their own decision on the matter.”

Conveying that the medical community has an obligation to investigate this matter in pursuit of their duty of helping patients, he calls for healthcare professionals to start making their own decisions.

TrialSite also includes a Twitter link to this event. The video is hosted on multiple channels but not on YouTube. See another video capture of the same event in Japan.

A growing chorus of concern about mRNA COVID-19 vaccine safety and the need to not only recognize vaccine injury but the need to care for the injured becomes a fundamentally important unfolding event. It’s not an either-or, vaxxed vs. unvaxxed, or a liberal vs. conservative false dilemma. The COVID-19 vaccines represented an emergency response to a dangerous pandemic, and these vaccines, during bursts of time, did bring down the risks of serious COVID-19—less the unknown risk factors associated with the COVID-19 vaccines. But it’s time for the mainstream to start recognizing the problem.

Recently TrialSite reported that a New England Skeptical Society affiliated physician, Dr. Frank Han, while attacking many of the participants involved with Senator Ron Johnson’s recent roundtable on COVID-19 vaccine safety, did acknowledge an urgent need to support the COVID-19 vaccine-injured. See the link.

Source: TrialSite News