Pfizer, Moderna Now Tracking Longterm Impact of Heart Problems Linked to COVID Vax

First problems cited in October 2021.

  • NBC News reported that Moderna and Pfizer are now tracking the longer effects of heart problems linked to COVID-19 vaccines
  • The mainstream news story began with the story of a patient found unconscious in his Detroit home a week after receiving his first Pfizer COVID vaccination.
  • The article cited the possibility of vaccine-related myocarditis or pericarditis and said research is underway to track adverse health impacts that could appear years following the diagnosis of vaccine-associated heart problems.
  • The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has required that drugmakers conduct studies assessing the potential long-term impacts of myocarditis, as part of its approval of the mRNA Covid vaccines.
  • The FDA declined to comment on the drug maker’s studies but asserted that the condition in question “does not lead to cardiac-related death,” contradicting the claims of Florida’s surgeon general from last month.
  • Doctors, including endocrinologists, suspect that the worst is yet to come as spike protein-induced diseases begin to emerge in the endocrine system.
  • The endocrine, or hormone, system regulates growth, development, mood, metabolism, reproduction, and immunity, as well as a number of other issues.
  • Studies have already shown that spike proteins from coronavirus infection and the vaccines might be damaging endocrine glands, including the pituitary, thyroid, and adrenal glands, as well as the reproductive organs, and many others.
  • In another COVID-related topic covered by NBC News the organization is advising parents to keep their children away from “unvaccinated individuals.”
  • The mainstream outlet released a segment along with an infographic that advised anyone who wants to protect their children should,  wash hands, stay home, get vaccines and “avoid physical interaction with unvaccinated individuals.”
  • The advice comes despite medical journals (here, here) reporting COVID vaccines are not effective at preventing transmission of the virus.
  • In fact, The Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA), a peer-reviewed medical journal, published a study from Iceland last month revealing that the likelihood of being reinfected with coronavirus increases as the number of COVID-19 vaccines taken increases, American Faith reported.
  • In October, COVID cases in the European Union rose along with vaccination rates, seemingly showing a correlation between higher vaccine rates and higher transmission rates.