Covid Vax Injuries 20 Times More Common Than Claimed
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A new study has emerged that shows the incidence of myocarditis – a form of potentially fatal heart inflammation – affects up to 1 in 35 people who have received the mRNA COVID-19 injection – whilst markers which indicate heart injury were present in 1 in 20.
The study, titled “Sex-specific differences in myocardial injury incidence after COVID-19 mRNA-1237 Booster Vaccination,” was published in a journal of the European Society of Cardiology and has been described as meeting the gold standard of research.
Previously it was maintained by health authorities – such as the U.K.’s Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) – that such injuries from the COVID “vaccines” affected only one in 666, or 1,500 cases in every million receiving the injections.
The claim that vaccine injury of any kind, including to the heart, is extremely rare is routinely repeated in the mainstream media, along with government health advice and guidance from the manufacturers themselves.
Despite the official line that “vaccine” induced myocarditis is very uncommon, the Swiss study, published in the European Journal of Heart Failure on July 5, found that “COVID-19 mRNA-vaccine-associated myocardial injury following booster vaccination may be much more common, as symptoms may be unspecific, mild or even absent, escaping passive surveillance.”
The “passive surveillance” is the description of the common procedures used to detect this type of heart injury, which misses all but the most severe cases. Most studies – including this one – only look at patients for 30 days following their injections.
What this means is that no one really knows how common these injuries actually are – because no one is really looking.
The study is regarded as being of a far higher standard than many others, and was “industry independent” – being conducted with no involvement from the manufacturers of the COVID injections.
Discussing the study, Dr. John Campbell from the U.K. made no qualms about its importance, saying, “If regulators round the world don’t take notice of this information they are at best negligent.”
The study states that since there is an “apparent need” to administer repeated “booster” injections, it is vital to find out the exact prevalence of this type of “vaccine” injury.
As written by the researchers:
Due to waning immunity months after mRNA COVID-19 vaccinations there is an apparent need for (repeated) booster vaccinations for billions of people worldwide.
Thus knowing the true incidence of mRNA vaccine-associated myocardial injury is of major importance for informed decision-making by patients, physicians and public health authorities.
What is more, the study points out that there is no data on how the “vaccines” affect the heart in the long term.
However, further studies are needed to assess the impact of mRNA vaccine-associated myocardial injury on the long-term risk of cardiac arrhythmias and heart failure.
So no one knows how common heart injuries are following mRNA injections, and no one is looking at long term vaccine injury at all.
In the U.K. there have been 100,000 excess deaths from heart conditions since 2020, according to the British Heart Foundation.