The following article was written by Gretchen Vogel and Jennifer Couzin-Frankel, and was published by Science last June 1, 2021.
In this article, the author reports on new research conducted in Israel that found that the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID injection puts young men at elevated risk of developing heart muscle inflammation (myocarditis). Data suggests that between 1 in 3000 to 1 in 6000 men aged 16 to 24 years who received the vaccine have developed the condition. The researchers say that, among young men, the rate of the vaccinated who developed myocarditis was between five to 25 times the background rate.
The new analysis “is very suggestive of a causal nature”, and Dror Mevorach, head researcher, says, “I am convinced there is a relationship”.
Editor’s Note: If you read the Science article, you will notice that it is very difficult to distinguish which statements were quoted from the study (and the researchers), and which ones were based on staff research. It was as if the Science staff was actually attempting to hide the reality that Pfizer-BioNTech is putting the lives of young people at risk.
We cannot simply write off myocarditis just because those who developed the condition have “recovered”, not when these same young people have a very low chance of contracting and dying from COVID [we have expressed our thoughts about this in At least 18 young people develop symptoms of heart problem after COVID injection. Also, see CDC updates planning scenarios, shows IFR lower than flu to see rates of survival for young people]. Those who have the guts to say: “Only a few needed corticoids….and most have recovered fully” do not think of the reality that there is nothing for young people to recover from if they did not take the vaccine in the first place.
We also want to say that if the Israelis have not yet found out why mRNA vaccines are becoming notorious for causing myocarditis among young men, then they probably should check the work of Dr. Bryan Bridle [see COVID vaccine researcher admits says spike protein is a dangerous toxin].
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