1. Charles Fettinger Charles Fettinger United States says:

    That is just something they say to get published.

    The actual story, evidenced from Israel, is that each dose and each infection does cummulative damage to the heart. The body simply has no defense against LNP when they transfect heart tissue and turn it into a spike protein producer.

    So, I see no possible way the damage could be less that damage mitigated by immune response. You may simply get a dose of mRNA vax with less LNP due to quality control issues.

    • MotherToAllDragons MotherToAllDragons United States says:

      So does the small pox vaccine but its not an MRNA vaccine. The reaction is not the vaccine its the immune response to the invader. As a science translator this is the best explanation I can give: Although the long-term outcomes of vaccine-associated myocarditis and pericarditis are unclear, the current knowledge on the short-term clinical trajectories are reassuring. The clinical presentations of myocarditis after COVID-19 mRNA vaccination have been predominantly mild and few patients have required intensive treatment.


       However, one case-series, published in 2022, of adolescent patients found a persistence of radiographic abnormalities at follow-up examinations, which could be cause for concern.


       However, the patients followed up had excellent clinical outcomes, suggesting minimal chronic morbidity attributable to vaccine-associated myocarditis. Nevertheless, the continuous surveillance of this patient group for any increased frequency of heart failure, sudden death, or related cardiac comorbidities is necessary.

      With regard to the underlying disease mechanism, it is necessary to note that myocarditis and pericarditis are not novel side-effects of vaccination. Other vaccinations, especially smallpox vaccination, have previously been associated with a similar increased risk of myocarditis.


       These findings suggest that the disease mechanism is specific neither to the newly developed mRNA vaccines nor to exposure to the SARS-CoV-2 spike protein. Other mechanisms have been suggested, yet hard evidence explaining the association is absent. Future mechanistic studies into potential mechanisms are therefore warranted and could provide valuable insight, leading to even safer COVID-19 mRNA vaccines.

    • merri petersen merri petersen United States says:

      The fact that the virus has never been isolated, and the PCR tests are irrelevant due to that, is really an issue that everyone should think about. What happened to people's ability to critically think about issues. Full disclosure of the true science, not the political science that the MSM owned by the big pharm is only allowed to report, no longer reporting objective news. Only to yield more profit. Not putting the actual CDC VAIRS REPORTING SYSTEM out for the general, and unsuspecting population to view. It's sad, and pathetic what our country is doing to the human population, which to them we are just cattle.

      • Jennifer Jennifer United States says:

        LOL, where do you fill your brain with this, Instagram? Fact: Use Google and you will find many papers, mostly from late 2019 and early 2020.  Read and they will easily show to any thinker that it has been isolated by independent teams or scientists (ooh, just want to alert you that big words will be used in these papers) around the world. Here are some of the earlier ones: Korea National University, Seoul; both the VIDO-InterVac in Saskatoon, and Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre at University of Toronto, Canada; Regione FVG Laboratory Group/Trieste University, Italy; a consortium of medical and university based researchers in Odense, Demmark.
        Not enough? The virus has also been completely sequenced several times, which is again indicative that it HAS been isolated. Come out of
        your sink hole, or at least quit pretending sharing such obvious lies. Again, Google is your friend, if you actually care.

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