One in 35 - YouTube
July 26, 2023 at 5:50:10 PM PDT
- 5.1% of those who received the mRNA-1273 booster vaccine in a Swiss trial showed increased troponins, indicating cardiomyocyte damage.
- 2.8% of the vaccinated group (1 in 35 recipients) experienced vaccine-associated myocardial injury.
- The study was industry-independent, peer-reviewed, and conducted by cardiologists and scientists.
- Active surveillance was used, which is more reliable than passive retrospective surveillance.
- Women showed more myocardial damage than men in this study, different from passive surveillance results.
- Patients with elevated troponins were warned not to exercise, resulting in no major adverse cardiac events within 30 days.
- Vaccine-induced myocardial injury was more common than previously thought.
- The potential protective role of antiviral and antibacterial agents warrants further study.
- Regulators around the world need to respond urgently to this information.