90 Miles From Tyranny : FDA drug safety expert Dr. David Gortler: Vaccine manufacturers, FDA not adequately warnings about myocarditis risks

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Wednesday, January 19, 2022

FDA drug safety expert Dr. David Gortler: Vaccine manufacturers, FDA not adequately warnings about myocarditis risks

Qatar pro-soccer player Othman Coulibaly suffered a heart attack (which he suffered). 

The FDA’s VAERS database shows a long and impersonal number of deaths from heart conditions in young healthy people. America has a list of over 700,000 reports of adverse events, but it’s difficult to understand the humanity of large numbers of serious adverse events, especially cardiovascular adverse events, which many people do not realize were clearly warned about in the FDA Medical review of the Pfizer application.

We don’t always know the specific details about those who died, including their ages. To give some perspective, I’ve compiled a list of seemingly healthy people who died or suddenly, devastatingly collapsed, as reported in the news just since December 1, 2021. Most are young athletes in the prime of their careers. The list is shamefully long and deeply depressing. So as not to interrupt the flow of this post, you’ll find the list at the bottom of this post.

What’s patently clear is that there is a mysterious increase in younger college and professional athletes fainting, having heart attacks, and suffering deaths potentially related to cardiovascular adverse events following mRNA vaccines. In many cases, the reports do not mention the athlete’s vaccine status. Admittedly, these are poorly documented anecdotal cases because they are not collected by regulatory or medical professionals. However, the sheer number of cases, something we’ve never seen before, is cause for alarm to drug safety experts like myself.

Myocarditis and pericarditis used to be considered rare conditions. They are defined as inflammation of the heart muscle or layers of the pericardial sac, respectively. Both conditions cause easily recognizable ECG changes and have nonspecific symptoms that include shortness of breath and chest pain. They can easily be diagnosed clinically with echocardiograms and can easily be treated by pharmacology. The FDA’s medical officer review, which was the basis for approving the Pfizer vaccine, notes that “clinically important serious adverse reactions [were] anaphylaxis and myocarditis/pericarditis.”

These are also just cardiovascular cases; According to Steve Kirsch, Intracranial infection cases are up 60-fold since vaccines rolled out. Additionally, there have been over four dozen cases of sudden onset of acute transverse myelitis following mRNA COVID-19 Vaccination.

The information I gathered for the list, below, are individual stories I was able to data-mined from the news. Additionally, there are thousands of reports of heart attack/myocarditis/pericarditis in the USA alone. Moreover, these thousands of cases are well known to represent only 1%-10% of the adverse events that occur in...

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1 comment:

Brian said...

Waiting for the Olympic athletes to start dropping from heart attacks, like the soccer players have to really seend a wake up call.