Doctors diagnosed Brianne Dressen with post-vaccine neuropathy, which manifests as a ‘pins and needles sensation’ throughout her body.

A former teacher in Utah launched a lawsuit against pharma giant AstraZeneca alleging she suffered permanent harm from the company’s Covid jab and had not received compensation for treatment.

Brianne Dressen, a 42-year-old mother-of-two, says her life has been upended since she agreed to “do her part” and participate in a 2020 clinical trial for AstraZeneca’s Covid vaccine, which was recently pulled from EU countries after being linked to 80 UK deaths.

Vaccine trial patient files first US lawsuit against AstraZeneca
“An American woman who took part in the US clinical trial of the AstraZeneca Covid vaccine is suing the company, claiming it left her “permanently disabled”.
Brianne Dressen, a 42-year-old former teacher from Utah,…

— Robin Monotti (@robinmonotti) May 14, 2024

The Daily Mail reports:

But within days of receiving the vaccine – which was recently removed due to its links to deadly side effects – Ms Dressen developed a severe neurological condition and was hospitalized with painful sensation of pins and needles across her body.

Dressen, who now co-chairs the vaccine adverse reaction advocacy group React19, resigned from her job as a teacher after debilitating medical complications made her life a living hell, and, according to her complaint, left her “a shadow of her former self.”

“[I am] unable to work, unable to do any athletic activity, unable to parent the way [I] had, and unable to drive more than a few blocks at a time,” the complaint filed in a US District Court in Utah notes.

“I still have that horrific nightmare of the pins and needles sensation coursing through my body, head to toe, 24 hours a day, seven days a week,” she described to the UK Telegraph.

“This thing took me out of my job — I’m still permanently disabled.”

Doctors say Dressen now suffers from peripheral neuropathy, meaning nerves near her brain and spinal cord are damaged, which they classified as “post-vaccine neuropathy.”

In the first lawsuit of its kind in the US, Dressen is suing AstraZeneca for breach of contract after the company failed to reimburse her for her medical bills, which are mounting to the hundreds of thousands of dollars.

Dressen claims in an agreement she signed prior to the clinical trial AstraZeneca said it would “pay the costs of medical treatment for research injuries, provided that the costs are reasonable, and you did not cause the injury yourself.”

However, the company has reportedly not paid up and has instead offered a small settlement which also contained an indemnification clause.

The Mail reports: “Utah law allows those who sue for breach of contract to claim for costs resulting from the breach and for damages — which could result in a significant payout for Ms Dressen.”

According to the Telegraph, Dressen’s lawsuit does not specify an amount, but she’s reportedly seeking compensation for medical and legal expenses, emotional distress, transportation and lost income.

Earlier this year, AstraZeneca admitted their jab led to “very rare cases” of thrombosis, life-threatening blood clots tied to over 80 deaths.

The Mail reports Dressen is one of over 50 victims currently suing AstraZeneca for compensation.

An AstraZeneca spokesperson declined to comment on the litigation, instead stating, “Patient safety is our highest priority. From the body of evidence in clinical trials and real-world data, the AstraZeneca-Oxford vaccine has continuously been shown to have an acceptable safety profile and regulators around the world consistently state that the benefits of vaccination outweigh the risks of extremely rare potential side effects.”

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