Newly Published Study Marks First Time Mainstream Medical Journal Admits Myocarditis Stemming From COVID Vax Causes Death

A recently published study has CONFIRMED that hundreds of people vaccinated with the COVID-19 jab died from Myocarditis.

The British study which took place from December of 2020 to December of 2021 found that 345 people died from vaccine related Myocarditis in that year alone.

The study was published in the American Heart Association’s journal, Circulation, and marks the first time that researchers have confirmed in this type of mainstream medical publication that Myocarditis stemming from the COVID-19 vaccines can result in death.

“This is really big, to talk about deaths. CDC keeps saying, ‘generally mild, generally mild,” cardiologist Sanjay Verma, said. “There’s been a concerted campaign to emphasize that people have not died from Myocarditis and that it’s generally mild.

The CDC has quietly acknowledged since the spring of 2021 that Myocarditis is a possible side effect of the Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna vaccines, but the agency has failed – or refused to – adequately warn about the possibility of death associated with contracting Myocarditis after taking these injections.

 

The authors of the study reviewed patient data pulled from the national health database for all those in England age 13 and up who received at least one dose of one of three vaccines available in that country: AstraZeneca, Pfizer-BioNTech, and Moderna.

About 20 million people got the AstraZeneca vaccine, 20 million got the Pfizer vaccine, and just over 1 million got the Moderna vaccine.

The study tracked hospital admissions and deaths from myocarditis by age and gender and in relation to how many doses of each vaccine a person had received. It compared how many cases of myocarditis were associated with a recent SARS-CoV2 infection, and how many were associated with one of the vaccines.

Of the people who received the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine and were hospitalized for myocarditis or with myocarditis listed on their death certificates, 22 people (17 percent) died within 28 days of receiving the first dose, 14 people (12 percent) died after their second dose, and 13 people (15 percent) died after getting the Pfizer-BioNTech booster.

The study was limited in that it only looked for people who died of myocarditis within 28 days of vaccination. If anyone died from it more than 28 days after vaccination, the authors would not have looked at that as a vaccine-induced death (even though it would have been).

For the AstraZeneca vaccine, 40 people died of myocarditis after the first dose and 11 after the second dose, 28 percent and 12 percent respectively.

The study also found that for males under 40, the risk of myocarditis after a second dose of the Moderna vaccine was almost four times higher than the risk of myocarditis after a SARS-CoV2 infection.

The study is a follow-up to a prior study in which the authors reported an association between the first and second dose of the vaccines and myocarditis.

Oddly enough, the CDC and FDA have refused to admit that any American has died from myocarditis caused by one of the COVID-19 vaccines. Its narrative has always been that yes, sometimes in rare cases the vaccines can cause myocarditis, but it is generally mild and never fatal. They act as though people just get over their vaccine-induced myocarditis and then go on to live a normal life.

The most recent version of the CDC advisory on adverse events after COVID-19 vaccination said that as of Aug. 31, 2022, there were 1,022 “preliminary reports” of myocarditis and pericarditis for people under 18 in the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS), and that 672 of them had been verified and had met the CDC’s working definition of myocarditis or pericarditis.

Still, the agency maintains their claim that no deaths have been attributed to this. “Most patients with myocarditis or pericarditis after COVID-19 vaccination responded well to medicine and rest and felt better quickly,” the advisory said.

 


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