Peer-Reviewed Study Finds Five Sudden Deaths ‘Likely or Possibly’ Linked to mRNA COVID Vaccines; Notes Myocarditis as ‘Potentially Lethal Complication’ for Those Injected


A study published in the peer-reviewed journal Clinical Research in Cardiology has found a “likely or possible” link between the mRNA COVID-19 “vaccines” and five “sudden and unexpected” deaths from myocarditis. While the study’s authors say they “cannot provide a definitive functional proof or a direct causal link between vaccination and myocarditis” they note the inflammatory disease “can be a potentially lethal complication following mRNA-based anti-SARS-CoV-2 vaccination.”

Evidence that the mRNA COVID-19 “vaccines”—which are technically undisclosed “prototype countermeasures”—cause myocarditis has been mounting ever since Pfizer’s (“demonstration” of) clinical trials took place. Now, in a study published in Clinical Research in Cardiology, authors Constantin Schwab, et al. describe five instances of “sudden and unexpected death” that were “likely or [possibly]” caused by the novel, experimental injections. The authors also say that their autopsy findings indicate that “myocarditis can be a potentially lethal complication following mRNA-based anti-SARS-CoV-2 vaccination.”

Schwab, et al. / Clinical Research in Cardiology

For their study Schwab, et al. performed standard autopsies on 25 people “who had died unexpectedly and within 20 days after anti-SARS-CoV-2 vaccination” and who had not tested positive for a SARS-CoV-2 infection. (From the paper: “According to the available information provided at the time of autopsies, none of the deceased persons had SARS-CoV-2 infection prior to vaccination and nasopharyngeal swabs were negative in all cases.”)

From the paper:

We describe the autopsy findings and common characteristics of myocarditis in untreated persons who received anti-SARS-CoV-2 vaccination. Standardized autopsies were performed on 25 persons who had died unexpectedly and within 20 days after anti-SARS-CoV-2 vaccination. In four patients who received a mRNA vaccination, we identified acute (epi-)myocarditis without detection of another significant disease or health constellation that may have caused an unexpected death. Histology showed patchy interstitial myocardial T-lymphocytic infiltration, predominantly of the CD4 positive subset, associated with mild myocyte damage. Overall, autopsy findings indicated death due to acute arrhythmogenic cardiac failure. Thus, myocarditis can be a potentially lethal complication following mRNA-based anti-SARS-CoV-2 vaccination. Our findings may aid in adequately diagnosing unclear cases after vaccination and in establishing a timely diagnosis in vivo, thus, providing the framework for adequate monitoring and early treatment of severe clinical cases.

The authors also note a fifth case of sudden and unexpected death they believe is likely or possibly linked to the mRNA COVID injections, although it did not meet the same criteria as the other four regarding the relevant damage to the myocardium (i.e. the heart’s muscle tissue).

Critically, not only did these five people suddenly and unexpectedly die within 20 days after receiving their mRNA COVID “vaccines,” but the average time from injection to death was only 2.5 days. And in one of the five cases—which involved three women and two men with a median age of 58 years old—the person died suddenly just 12 hours after receiving their injection.

Schwab, et al. / Clinical Research in Cardiology

The authors also note that “Based on the autopsy findings and all available data, no other cause of death except (epi-)myocarditis was identified in any of the cases presented... . Hence, myocarditis has to be considered the likely cause of death.”

As for the mechanism of action, Stephanie Seneff—a Senior Research Scientist at MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL), who also holds four degrees from MIT—explains in (relative) layman’s terms in the video immediately below (beginning around the 11:40 mark) that the authors propose that “molecular mimicry” is causing the myocarditis and subsequent sudden deaths. “Basically,” Seneff says, “the spike protein [generated by the mRNA injections] produces these sky-high levels of these IgG antibodies and then those antibodies start attacking your own tissues through this mechanism of molecular mimicry.” Meaning, in other words, that the antibodies the body creates in response to the spike proteins generated by the mRNA in the COVID injections attack healthy heart tissue thinking it’s infected with enemy spike proteins.

Seneff even highlights an image from the study showing macrophages—i.e. white blood cells that engulf and digest pathogens—invading the heart muscle and causing inflammation in the hearts of those who died suddenly after receiving their mRNA COVID injections.

Other scientists and physicians have also highlighted this paper as critical for demonstrating the link between the mRNA COVID injections and potentially lethal myocarditis. Louisiana-based ER physician and clinical scientist Dr. Joseph Fraiman, for example, highlighted findings from the study in a video he put out on Twitter recently in which he says that he believes “the messenger RNA vaccines need to be withdrawn from the market… .”

In the video immediately above Fraiman highlights “multiple autopsy studies that [have found] essentially conclusive evidence that the vaccines are inducing sudden cardiac deaths… “ with an unknown rate of occurence. When a Twitter user requested the “conclusive evidence” Fraiman referenced in the video, he brought up the study in Clinical Research in Cardiology noting that the authors “found pathological damage in their cardiac tissue that’s never been observed in 20 years of autopsy reports at their institute.”

Furthermore, it should be noted that both myocarditis and pericarditis were identified by Pfizer and Moderna during the post-authorization period for their COVID injections. In the excerpts immediately below from the Summary Basis for Regulatory Action for Moderna’s injection (top) and Pfizer’s injection (bottom), the pharma companies highlight myocarditis/pericarditis as a “serious risk.” Also note that, for both Pfizer and Moderna, “some reported cases required intensive care support… .” The documents also note that the mechanism of action for the myocarditis/pericarditis had not been established, and some of those who had been affected had not recovered at the time of the reports’ submission to the FDA.

Link to Moderna’s Summary Basis for Regulatory Action
Link to Pfizer’s Summary Basis for Regulatory Action

On top of all of this evidence showing a clear—causal—link between the mRNA COVID injections and deadly cases of myocarditis, there is also a large and ever-growing body of evidence in the medical literature also evincing the same relationship.

Feature image: Robina Weermeijer

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