Covid vaccination safety. Scientists find evidence linking mRNA vaccines with the development of myocarditis

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Covid vaccine safety. Scientists find evidence linking mRNA vaccines to myocarditis

The Journal of the American Heart Association published a study confirming that mRNA-based vaccines can cause myocarditis in some adolescents and young adults people.

The peer-reviewed study examined the cases of 16 adolescents and young adults suffering from post-vaccination myocarditis from January 2021 to February 2022, writes CBN News.

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It concludes that these 16 young adults had markedly elevated levels of the full-length spike protein (a protein that regulates the immune system's response to a virus) that was not bound by antibodies in the blood.

“Rarely, some people develop myocarditis after mRNA vaccination,” it says. “The immune response that causes post-vaccination myocarditis has not yet been elucidated. Understanding the immunophenotype associated with mRNA vaccine-induced myocarditis is an important first step in preventing negative complications resulting from this new vaccine technology.”

In other words, researchers are still unsure why some people get this dangerous type of heart inflammation and others don't.

Overall, this seems to support a Florida Department of Health study that found mRNA vaccines were associated with an 84% increase in heart-related adverse events among men aged 18-39.< /p>

It could also lead to responses to a recent worrying trend of seemingly healthy young people suffering and in some cases dying from heart problems.

“This evidence is conclusive and essentially indisputable. This is the definitive pathological diagnosis of vaccine injury,” explained Dr John Campbell, a retired UK nursing teacher. “These are recognized but rare complications.”

Another study found no free-floating spike protein in 45 “healthy, asymptomatic, vaccinated controls of the same age.” Therefore, the authors of the study say that signs of myocarditis in some cases should not be taken as evidence that the COVID-19 vaccine is harmful.

“These results do not change the risk-benefit ratio in favor of COVID-19 vaccination for prevent severe clinical outcomes,” the report said.

Mass General Brigham, Harvard Medical Teaching Hospital, also downplayed the findings in a press release, saying: “The risk of severe COVID-19 continues to outweigh the rare risk But UC San Francisco epidemiologist Vinay Prasad completed an expert study arguing that the CDC and FDA misjudged all the evidence. “The highest incidence of myocarditis ranged from 8.1 to 39 cases per 100,000 people (or doses) in studies.”

“Dose 2 is worse than dose 1. Moderna is worse than Pfizer,” wrote Prasad in an accompanying essay for a newsletter. “But these differences are lost in the analysis that integrates the results of the studies.”