(LifeSiteNews) – Recent autopsy data supports an association between COVID mRNA “vaccines” and heart inflammation, rather than a link between the COVID virus itself and such adverse effects.
On Sunday, The Daily Sceptic highlighted a growing body of autopsy studies that “repeatedly affirm” that the COVID-19 mRNA shot caused myocarditis, or heart inflammation, which in turn led to death in the cases studied.
One study, shared August 1, concluded that two teenage boys died “shortly” after their Pfizer mRNA jab due to “myocardial injury,” echoing two other reports which identified myocarditis as the cause of death following COVID “vaccination.”
A review of data from Europe and the U.S. found that 0.22 percent of 13,571 reports of COVID jab-associated heart inflammation were fatal, the Sceptic noted.
This finding is even more significant when the extraordinarily high frequency of reported myopericarditis (refers to inflammation of the heart muscle itself, and/or its suspending sack) following COVID “vaccination” in youth is accounted for.
For example, a recent study found that about one in three Thai adolescents who received Pfizer’s mRNA shot — 29.24 percent, to be precise — suffered heart pathologies following “vaccination.”
In February, health researcher and former Trump HHS official Dr. Paul Alexander cited hundreds of studies demonstrating harm caused by the COVID jab, about 200 of which found an apparent association between the COVID jab and myocarditis.
The incidence of heart inflammation following mRNA “vaccination” in young people was high enough that Sweden and Denmark paused the use of Moderna’s COVID shot last year.
According to the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS), as of August 19, there have been 51,722 reports of myopericarditis with Pfizer’s mRNA jab, accounting for more than three-quarters of the reported incidents.
In 2021, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) added a warning to patient and provider fact sheets for both Pfizer and Moderna COVID vaccines suggesting an increased risk of myocarditis and pericarditis — particularly following the second dose and with onset of symptoms within a few days after vaccination.
The FDA’s update followed a June 23 meeting which concluded that the benefits of receiving a COVID vaccine still outweigh any risks. But physicians and other public commenters during the June 23 meeting accused the CDC of exaggerating the risk of COVID to young people and minimizing the risk of the vaccines.
By contrast, evidence for a link between the COVID virus itself and heart inflammation is lacking, according to recent studies, including autopsy studies. Some researchers found, for example, that “no overt pathological findings attributable to SARS-CoV-2 infection could be recognised outside of the lung” and that “[B]eyond the respiratory tract [SARS-CoV-2 infection] does not induce any major pathology… in fatal cases.”