February 21, 2024

Japanese Study: COVID Vaccine May Cause Long-Term Heart Damage, Even in People With No Symptoms

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In a study published by the journal Radiology, researchers from Japan found evidence of long-term heart damage in people who received COVID shots, even in individuals who did not exhibit symptoms of myocarditis.

The study involved 1,003 subjects, 700 of whom are vaccinated, and 303 unvaccinated. An editorial critique that appeared with the article attempted to downplay the researchers’ findings.

Editor’s Note: Government regulators tried to normalize myocarditis, saying that it gets “resolved” with no further complications. What they didn’t tell you was that myocarditis was irreversible and that the damage it causes is also life-long. The evidence for this has been available for a long time now [see Study: Teens with vaccine-induced myocarditis experienced persistent heart abnormalities, Cytokine storm leading to myocarditis possible culprit in death of two teenage boys who received second dose of Pfizer jab, JAMA study shows 133x risk of myocarditis following COVID vaccination, Hongkong finds increased myocarditis in teens].

Instead of addressing the concern, the US FDA which issued the emergency use authorization (EUA) for the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines, which in turn was relied on by other countries for their EUAs, swept the concern under the rug, hoping that it will go away. [read CDC advisory panel set to meet to discuss higher-than-expected cases of myocarditis among the young vaccinated and Former FDA official: FDA negligent in not investigating myocarditis cases].

It didn’t go away. To test, ask yourself: how many people in your circle, have died of cardiac arrest, or any heart complication in the past two years?

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