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Drastic Increase in Non-Infectious Diseases in Military Explained as Data Glitch - Whistleblower

Drastic Increase in Non-Infectious Diseases in Military Explained as Data Glitch - Whistleblower --Whistleblower faces involuntary separation from Army | 23 Aug 2022 | A medical Army officer who discovered a sudden increase in disease coinciding with reports of side effects alongside COVID-19 vaccines--which the Army has dismissed as a data glitch--said he faces involuntary separation after being convicted but not punished for disobeying COVID-19 protocol. In January 2022, First Lt. Mark Bashaw, a preventive medicine officer at the Army, started noticing some "alarming signals" within the defense epidemiological database. The Defense Medical Epidemiology Database (DMED), which tracks disease and injuries of 1.3 million active component service members, showed during the pandemic a significant increase in reports of cancers, myocarditis, and pericarditis; as well as some other diseases like male infertility, tumors, a lung disease caused by blood clots, and HIV, Bashaw said. All these illnesses are listed in FDA documentation as potential adverse reactions associated with COVID-19 vaccines, Bashaw told EpochTV's Crossroads program in an interview on Aug. 1.