Canadian Health Report Reflects Increased Heart Condition Side Effects for 12-17 Year Old Males as Vaccination Rates Increase

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Myocarditis is an inflammation of the heart muscle. The inflammation can reduce your heart’s ability to pump & cause rapid or abnormal heart rhythms.

By Sundance for The Last Refuge & Posted by Global Research
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Canadian Public Health Report Reflects Increased Heart Condition Side Effects for 12-17 Year Old Males as Vaccination Rates Increase

Twitter user Brad Pilon has noted some concerning statistics from Canadian Public Health [DATA HERE] regarding adverse events for 12 to 17-year-old males as the vaccination rates increase. Myocarditis has almost doubled from 1 in 10,000 (August) to 1 in 5,000 in two months:

  • Oct 17th 1 in 5,208
  • Oct 10th 1 in 5,491
  • Oct 3rd 1 in 5,543
  • Sep 26th 1 in 5,938
  • Sep 18th 1 in 6,414
  • Sep 11th 1 in 6,640
  • Sep 4th 1 in 6,752
  • Aug 28th 1 in 6,973
  • Aug 21st 1 in 7,880
  • Aug 14th 1 in 8,361
  • Aug 7th 1 in 10,060
  • [DATA LINK]

Myocarditis is an inflammation of the heart muscle (myocardium). The inflammation can reduce your heart’s ability to pump and cause rapid or abnormal heart rhythms (arrhythmias).  Unfortunately, this trend follows a presentation that was made during an FDA hearing in September (video below):

Many academic institutions and athletic organizations are requiring vaccinations as a condition of participation.  This puts increased pressure on teens and young adults to take the vaccine despite any concerns of side effects. Many parents are also willing and eager to face the risks.  The following noted exchange is an almost unfathomable cognitive disconnect in taking risks, and shared only to highlight how far some vaccine advocates are willing to go:

I struggle to understand this level of thinking…

By Sundance for The Last Refuge & Posted by Global Research
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