The American Journal of Roentgenology published an article on cases of myocarditis (i.e., heart inflammation) among athletes who received the vaccination. Dr. Lydia Chelala of the University of Chicago Medicine and her team acknowledged that heart issues “in adolescents and young adults after COVID-19 mRNA vaccination have [been reported].” Since diagnosing myocarditis is largely based on patients displaying symptoms, the ailment can be harder to detect in otherwise healthy young adults. “A study in young athletes with confirmed COVID-19 showed that a substantial proportion of individuals had subclinical myocarditis on screening cardiac MRI,” they noted. “Subclinical myocarditis may also be possible after COVID-19 vaccination … To better understand a possible association, the CDC has encouraged further investigation of myocarditis following COVID-19 mRNA vaccination,” the study stated. (See link below for more details).
We’re not saying it’s Pfizer as there are are other manufacturers and other variables in play, but others are making that connection action as you can see here in the Tweet.
Brought to you by Pfizer☠️ pic.twitter.com/wHoM9cqyIq— Windwalker (@celtic1608) July 31, 2022