Myocarditis and Death After COVID Vaccines: Is the Risk Greather Than Public Health Officials Claim, by Sanjay Verma, M.D., FACC

The numbers bely the public health officials’ claims. From Sanjay Verma, M.D., FACC at childrenshealthdefense.org:

If the staggering rates of myocardial injury revealed by numerous studies are causally related to sudden cardiac death, the consequences may be catastrophic. At the very least, causation should be thoroughly investigated.

Highlights

  1. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) keeps denying deaths after COVID-19 vaccination.
  2. The CDC claims myocarditis cases after COVID-19 vaccination are generally mild.
  3. The CDC/U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) refused to release autopsy information despite a Freedom of Information Act request from The Epoch Times.
  4. U.K. study in circulation reported 100 myocarditis deaths.
  5. There are 32,000 deaths reported in the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS).
  6. Anecdotal evidence: increased reports of “died suddenly” almost daily.
  7. New preprint study from Japan reveals increased myocarditis deaths across all age groups.
  8. Three studies demonstrated elevated troponin (myocardial injury) after vaccination.
  9. Spike protein is known to be toxic to heart and blood vessels.
  10. Perhaps the risk of myocarditis and death after COVID-19 vaccination is far greater than public health officials concede.
  11. Mandated preventable harm is immoral.

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One response to “Myocarditis and Death After COVID Vaccines: Is the Risk Greather Than Public Health Officials Claim, by Sanjay Verma, M.D., FACC

  1. When an unapproved drug, therapy or vaccine is new and experimental, all adverse reactions and death should be considered to be caused by that agent until proven otherwise. We are currently looking the other way and doing just the opposite.

    “Amateur critics often like to dismiss anecdotes as ‘unscientific’, but this is wrong: anecdotes are weaker evidence than trials, but they are not without value and are often the first sign of a problem (or an unexpected benefit).‭”‬
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    ‭Bad Pharma by Ben Goldacre, p189‬

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