Heart Injuries from Covid Shots 3000 Times Higher Than Claimed, Peer-Reviewed Study Shows

A new bombshell study published in a renowned peer-reviewed journal has revealed that heart injuries caused by Covid shots are actually 3000 times higher than official government figures claim.

Researchers in Basel, Switzerland conducted the study involving 777 participants with a median age of 37.

The study’s participants were all medical professionals who had been required to keep fully vaccinated for work due to vaccine mandates.

Researchers analyzed the patients for subclinical myocarditis after they had received the injections.

The incidence of elevated cardiac enzymes 3 days after the shots was substantial, at almost 3%.

The figure is far higher than claimed by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

Based on its own study, the CDC claimed the rate of subclinical myocarditis as a side effect of the Covid shot was 0.001% or one out of 100,000.

The Swiss study’s figure of 2.8% is obviously far higher than the CDC’s claimed 0.001%.

However, the researchers in Switzerland found that another 0.3% had “probable myocarditis” after the vaccine, putting the total at over 3%.

This new data puts post-vaccine heart injuries at 3000 times higher than the U.S. government claimed.

The study was published by the peer-reviewed European Journal of Heart Failure.

After receipt of Moderna’s COVID-19 booster, one in 35 healthcare workers at the same Swiss hospital had signs of heart injury associated with the vaccine, mRNA-1273, researchers found.

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“mRNA-1273 booster vaccination-associated elevation of markers of myocardial injury occurred in about one out of 35 persons (2.8%), a greater incidence than estimated in meta-analyses of hospitalized cases with myocarditis (estimated incidence 0.0035%) after the second vaccination,” the researchers wrote in the paper.

None of the people with elevated markers had a history of heart disease, the researchers note.

The group experiencing the adverse effects was followed for only 30 days.

The researchers found that, at the end of the 30-day period, half of the group still had unusually high levels of high-sensitivity cardiac troponin T at the follow-up examination.

Cardiac troponin T is an indicator of subclinical heart damage.

The long-term implications of the study remain unclear as little research has tracked people over time with heart injury after mRNA vaccination.

Nevertheless, the shots are already known to cause myocarditis and other forms of heart damage.

“According to current knowledge, the cardiac muscle can’t regenerate, or only to a very limited degree at best,” University Hospital Basel professor Christian Muller, a cardiologist and the lead researcher, said in a statement.

“So it’s possible that repeated booster vaccinations every year could cause moderate damage to the heart muscle cells.”

One oddity was that the rate of myocarditis among the participants was heavily weighted toward women, not men.

That could be an artifact of the sample, or it could indicate that women are more likely to get a complication, but the complications are more likely to be serious among men.

According to the study, the commonly asserted claim, that vaccine-induced myocarditis is rare, is false.

One reason the researchers posit for the vast difference between their results is that the only cases that are diagnosed without looking specifically for it are severe.

In other words, most people don’t go to the doctor until there is a serious problem, so many people suffer from myocarditis without ever getting diagnosed, or they may suffer sudden cardiac failure before realizing there was an issue.

This suggests that there is a very large group of people who were afflicted but never treated.

This in most cases would not be a huge problem, as the inflammation resolves on its own.

But in some cases, however, actual damage to the heart was done without it ever being caught.

Another variable not mentioned is that myocarditis complications are more common in young men, and this study skewed both female and middle-aged professionals.

Given the cohort studied, one would expect them to be not entirely representative of the population as a whole.

They are likely wealthier, healthier, and moderately older than the population as a whole.

In any case, this study sheds quite a light on just how deceptive the CDC, the FDA, and NIAID have been about vaccine safety.

While the Swiss study focused only on the Moderna shots, several other prospective studies examine myocarditis following the Pfizer vaccination.

In Thailand, researchers found that 29 percent of 301 adolescents developed cardiovascular effects, including chest pain, after a second Pfizer dose. Seven were diagnosed with heart inflammation.

Researchers in Taiwan established baseline electrocardiogram levels before a second Pfizer dose and recorded abnormal results following the administration in one percent of 4,928 primary school students. That included five students diagnosed with myocarditis or an abnormal heartbeat.

And an Israeli study of 324 healthcare workers with a median age of 51 who received a second Pfizer booster identified two cases of vaccine-induced heart injury on day three.

Other recent studies have confirmed that vaccine-induced myocarditis can kill, including a South Korean study that ruled out all other possible causes for eight sudden deaths following messenger RNA vaccination.

Myocarditis was not suspected as a clinical diagnosis or cause of death before autopsies were performed, researchers said.

The Swiss researchers said more prospective studies are needed to examine post-vaccination heart injury.

Long-term problems from the injuries, they stressed, remain unclear.

Moderna was required by U.S. authorities to conduct a prospective study to assess the incidence of subclinical myocarditis following a booster among adults, with a projected completion date of June 30, 2023. Neither the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) nor Moderna have disclosed the results of the study as of yet.

Pfizer was required to conduct a similar study, with results due on December 31, 2022.

However, the FDA changed the end date at the request of Pfizer.

In the U.S., meanwhile, researchers also conducted a study among Amish communities, who are almost completely unvaccinated.

As Slay News reported, the study found that Covid death rates among the Amish are 90 times lower than for the rest of America.

READ MORE: Top Canadian Official Apologizes to Unvaxxed: ‘We Were Wrong’

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By Frank Bergman

Frank Bergman is a political/economic journalist living on the east coast. Aside from news reporting, Bergman also conducts interviews with researchers and material experts and investigates influential individuals and organizations in the sociopolitical world.

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