42-Year-Old American Woman Sues AstraZeneca, Says COVID-19 Shot Left Her ‘Permanently Disabled’ During Clinical Trial

42-Year-Old American Woman Sues AstraZeneca, Says COVID-19 Shot Left Her ‘Permanently Disabled’ During Clinical Trial


A 42-year-old woman from Utah is suing AstraZeneca, claiming she was left “permanently disabled” after she participated in the drug manufacturer’s U.S. COVID-19 jab trial in 2020.

Brianne Dressen, who developed a severe neurological condition after volunteering for the trial, said AstraZeneca did not provide enough funds to cover her medical expenses.

She developed adverse effects hours after taking the shot and was hospitalized.

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“I walked into the clinic fine, and walked out the beginning of a nightmare I wouldn’t wish on my worst enemy,” Dressen said, according to the New York Post.

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— New York Post (@nypost) May 14, 2024

From the New York Post:

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