FDA Concerned Vaccine Causes Myocarditis Instead of Protection Against Covid-19

During a live 8 hour Youtube stream to the Product Advisory Committee, an update from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration was released on September 17th 2021, the speaker was advising the Vaccine and Related Biological Products Advisory Committee about the concerning data that is being revealed that the Covid-19 Vaccine is causing Myocarditis at a higher rate than providing protection against contracting covid-19 and requiring hospitalizations.

Go to the 4 hours and 18 minute mark in the video to hear the update from the FDA sharing the lack of data showing the vaccine helps decrease covid related hospital visits vs Myocarditis.

What is Vaccine Induced Myocarditis?

“Myocarditis is inflammation of the heart muscle, and pericarditis is inflammation of the outer lining of the heart. In both cases, the body’s immune system causes inflammation in response to an infection or some other trigger.”

according the CDC.gov website

During the meeting the FDA Advisors, states his concerns that since they did not have any prior clinical trials, they did not know Myocarditis would be such a big risk for people below age 65. Since the roll out of the covid-19 Vaccine the online search data is up over 50,000%.

What is the difference between myocarditis vs pericarditis?

Myocarditis is inflammation of the heart muscle and can cause long term damage, as side effect of covid-19 vaccine injured patient now has to live with, while pericarditis inflammationon of the outer lining of the heart sack, however both are known and common side effects of the covid-19 vaccine.

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  1. I am a victum of this disease be ause of the vaccIne. I am now in heart failure and was previously an athlete just a month ago. Does anyone know if there is any legal pathyway so i can get my now $150,000 medical bills paid. I understand the drug companies are under government protection from legal action but i need a lawyer who can help me get some financial support in California? Any suggestions would be awesome.

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