A Swiss study published on 4 July 2023, in the European Journal of Heart Failure entitled ‘Sex-specific differences in myocardial injury incidence after COVID-19 mRNA-1273 booster vaccination’ has found that myocardial injury is far more common than previously thought. The authors realised that passive reporting of myocarditis following vaccination would only capture severe cases, missing milder cases which also affect future cardiac health outcomes.
In their prospective study of 777 healthcare workers following Moderna Covid mRNA booster vaccination, the authors tested for acute dynamic increase in high-sensitivity cardiac troponin T (hs-cTnT) concentration above the gender-specific normal upper limit on day 3 after vaccination without evidence of an alternative cause.
40 participants were found to have such elevated troponin levels, and 22 of these were adjudicated to have vaccine-associated myocardial injury. That is a whopping rate of one person out of 35 recipients. Women were more likely to be affected than men. As a measure of scale, 1 in 35 is a thousand times higher than the myocarditis rate currently admitted by the New Zealand government.
A study published in Frontiers in Immunology on 25 August 2023 entitled ‘BNT162b2 COVID-19 vaccination in children alters cytokine responses to heterologous pathogens and Toll-like receptor agonists’ offers even more concerning information.
Children aged 5-11 vaccinated with the Pfizer vaccine had a reduced immune response to viral and bacterial pathogens when tested 28 days after their second shot. In other words, they suffered Vaccine Acquired Immune Deficiency (“VAIDS”). In short, they had become more vulnerable to a range of diseases as a result of vaccination. For a detailed discussion of the implications read HERE.
I can’t help thinking of the judges who ordered the vaccination of children against the wishes of one or other parents. I can’t help thinking of the elevated rates of heart disease in New Zealand. The unprecedentedly high rates of vaccine injury and excess deaths. The studies cited above provide a further understanding of how this is happening.