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Discussing potential risks and benefits of any medical intervention, including COVID-19 vaccines, is crucial for informed decision-making, this segment of Reading Between the Headlines focuses recent events relating to that important discussion. Myocarditis is a known potential side effect of some COVID-19 vaccines, particularly in younger individuals, although it’s important to note that the risk has been downplayed as low and the benefits of vaccination in preventing severe COVID-19 have been advertised as outweighing this risk.
Open and transparent communication about the potential risks and benefits of vaccines is essential to ensure individuals can make informed decisions based on their own health circumstances and the guidance of healthcare professionals. It’s also important for public health authorities to continually monitor and evaluate vaccine safety data to make any necessary adjustments in recommendations.
An example of a transparent conversation on this topic can be seen in a statement recently made by FDA Chief Dr. Paul Offit on why he refuses to get the most current covid booster, admitting that it creates an immune response, attacking the heart for an unknown duration with myocarditis and pericarditis .
President Biden’s FDA vaccine adviser provided personal reasons for refusing to take the latest Covid shot, raising concerns of potentially deadly effects of the mRNA jabs. Dr. Paul Offit is the lead adviser on the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) vaccines committee. He is the co-inventor of a rotavirus vaccine and is recognized as one of the leading experts in the fields of virology and immunology.
DR Offit stated the Following:
“Myocarditis Could Last Longer Than Previously Thought “I think I’m protected. I didn’t get last year’s bivalent vaccine. I’m not getting this year’s vaccine because I think I have high frequencies of T-cells…We’re going to find out about this vaccine over time. It is a novel strategy. We certainly were surprised by myocarditis and pericarditis and we’ll see whether or not over time when we’re 5 years into this, 10 years into this, 15 years into this, whether there’s any evidence of residual myocardial disease because the reason you have myocarditis is you’re making immune response to your own heart muscle…We’ll find out about that over time.”
Swiss Study – COVID-VAX Myocarditis
(LifeSiteNews) —A new study has emerged that shows the incidence of myocarditis – a form of potentially fatal heart inflammation – affects up to 1 in 35 people who have received the mRNA COVID-19 injection – whilst markers which indicate heart injury were present in 1 in 20.
The study, titled “Sex-specific differences in myocardial injury incidence after COVID-19 mRNA-1237 Booster Vaccination,” was published in a journal of the European Society of Cardiology and has been described as meeting the gold standard of research.
Previously it was maintained by health authorities – such as the U.K.’s Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) – that such injuries from the COVID “vaccines” affected only one in 666, or 1,500 cases in every million receiving the injections.
The claim that vaccine injury of any kind, including to the heart, is extremely rare is routinely repeated in the mainstream media, along with government health advice and guidance from the manufacturers themselves.
Despite the official line that “vaccine” induced myocarditis is very uncommon, the Swiss study, published in the European Journal of Heart Failure on July 5, found that “COVID-19 mRNA-vaccine-associated myocardial injury following booster vaccination may be much more common, as symptoms may be unspecific, mild or even absent, escaping passive surveillance.”
Recent studies like this re-enforce the legitimate concern found within the statement made by Dr Paul Offit and others who have spoke out. Scientific consensus has all been played as being superior to the scientific method by corporate media and government agencies alike, downplaying potential dangers and adverse reactions following taking the mRNA covid treatments being called vaccines.
Concerns about myocarditis or any other potential side effects of COVID-19 vaccines should still be discussed with healthcare professional, though they can potentially lose there license to practice for advising against taking the covid shots it is still possible they can provide information and guidance tailored to your individual health profile, helping you make an informed medical decisions. It is important to keep the leverage of loss of employment used against medical personnel in mind when considering advise they me give on the subject.