Study Finds Shocking Rates of COVID-Shot-Induced Heart Ailments
CV NEWS FEED // Authors of a peer-reviewed study published this week are calling for further investigation into the adverse effects of the COVID-19 shot after finding shocking rates of COVID-19 shot-induced myocarditis, especially in males between the ages of 0 and 30.
On January 27, peer-reviewed journal Therapeutic Advances in Drug Safety published the study conducted by Jessica Rose, Nicholas Hulscher, and Peter McCulloug titled “Determinants of COVID-19 vaccine-induced myocarditis.”
Myocarditis is a heart-inflammatory health condition that puts its sufferers at risk of “chest pain, heart failure, or sudden death,” the authors noted.
After the distribution of the COVID-19 shot through pharmaceutical companies such as Pfizer and Moderna, “millions of individuals have reported adverse events (AEs) using the vaccine adverse events reports system (VAERS),” the authors wrote:
We used VAERS data to examine the frequency of reporting myocarditis since the beginning of the mass vaccination campaign and compared this with historical values in VAERS and COVID-19 vaccine administration data from the Our World in Data database. We examined myocarditis reports in VAERS in the context of sex, age, and dose.
The authors wrote that their study’s findings indicated an “imperative” need to launch “further investigation into the underlying mechanisms of COVID-19 vaccine-induced myocarditis.”
“COVID-19 vaccination is strongly associated with a serious adverse safety signal of myocarditis, particularly in children and young adults resulting in hospitalization and death,” the authors wrote:
We found the number of myocarditis reports in VAERS after COVID-19 vaccination in 2021 was 223 times higher than the average of all vaccines combined for the past 30 years.
This represented a 2500% increase in the absolute number of reports in the first year of the campaign when comparing historical values prior to 2021.