by Alex Berenson, Unreported Truths:
Top South Korean researchers say mRNA shots caused far more sudden cardiac deaths in people under 45 than doctors have realized or reported
Myocarditis caused by mRNA Covid vaccinations killed 12 South Koreans under 45, Korean researchers have reported in a bombshell paper.
In eight deaths, doctors did not initially realize vaccine-caused myocarditis had killed the victims. The fatalities were labeled generically as “sudden cardiac deaths,” but autopsies proved the link, the researchers wrote.
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“Vaccine-related myocarditis was the only possible cause of death,” the researchers wrote. They said physicians should warn young patients of the risk and monitor them for myocarditis after mRNA jabs.
South Korea used roughly 3 percent of mRNA doses worldwide, suggesting mRNA-related myocarditis killed between 300 and 500 people under 45 globally, with most of those deaths never officially linked to the vaccines.
Nine other people over 60 also died of myocarditis, the researchers reported. Those included some killed by AstraZeneca’s DNA vaccine, which South Korea also offered.
The research is impeccable and cannot be disregarded as coming from vaccine skeptics. The South Korean government funded the work, and the European Heart Journal, a top peer-reviewed publication, ran the paper.
(Vaccination to death)
The researchers drew on two unusually comprehensive sources of information to count the vaccine-caused myocarditis cases.
First, South Korea’s national Disease Control and Prevention Agency set up a reporting system for post-vaccine side effects. The agency included compensation for medical expenses and also legally required all myocarditis cases within six weeks of vaccination be reported, minimizing the risk it would miss cases.
But to make sure cases would not be overcounted, the agency required an expert committee to examine all the cases and determine which actually were vaccine-caused myocarditis. The committee actually rejected almost 70 percent of the reports it examined, leaving just under 500 cases.
Of those, the researchers classified 87 as severe. Those included 85 intensive care admissions, 21 patients who needed heart-lung machines (including some who later died), 13 deaths, and 1 heart transplant. Most severe cases developed within a few days after vaccination, suggesting a clear causal link.
Meanwhile, the researchers found eight more deaths by examining sudden death cases following vaccination for a national compensation board. All of those deaths showed clear evidence of severe myocarditis on autopsy, including infiltration by inflammatory white blood cells in most cases.
Those are the cases that would have gone unreported even under South Korea’s strict reporting rules, because the people who died were never diagnosed with myocarditis. There were only found on autopsy, the researchers wrote.
“Sudden cardiac death was the most serious and worrisome adverse reaction of COVID-19 vaccination in our study,” the researchers wrote. “[It] warrants the careful monitoring or warning of SCD as a potentially fatal complication of COVID-19 vaccination, especially in individuals who are ages under 45 years and receiving mRNA vaccination.”
The researchers added they believed Korea’s reporting systems had found patients that the United States’s Vaccine Adverse Events Reporting System, or VAERS, would not have caught – while also ensuring that all the reported cases were real.