Swiss researchers have uncovered concerning data showing some Moderna vaccine recipients experienced heart injuries, although no signs of heart damage have appeared. The revelations, published in the European Journal of Heart Failure, relate to the Moderna vaccine. Alex Berenson has the story.
A dose of Moderna’s Covid jab injured the hearts of about 3% of people who received it, Swiss researchers have found.
The vaccinated people did not show obvious signs of heart damage. But when researchers ran blood tests three days after the jabs, they found high levels of troponin, a protein the heart releases when it is injured, in many recipients.
“Subclinical mRNA vaccine-associated myocardial injury is much more common than estimated based on passive surveillance,” the researchers concluded. The paper was published last week in the peer-reviewed European Journal of Heart Failure.
Over one billion people have received mRNA jabs. The study suggests tens of millions of them may have suffered heart damage – and don’t even know they’ve been hurt.
The researchers conducted the tests on 777 employees at University Hospital Basel, one of Switzerland’s top medical centers, from December 2021 through February 2022.
The employees had already been scheduled to receive mRNA boosters and were asked if they would undergo a blood test for troponin levels three days later.