Heart attacks are an inflammatory disorder, and a new study reveals that Pfizer and Moderna's mRNA injections are boosting inflammatory blood indicators that are used to predict the likelihood of a heart attack.The new elevated indicators suggest that the 5-year risk of a heart attack has doubled in the study group of 500 individuals, from 11% to 25%.
According to Dr. Aseem Malhotra, a consultant cardiologist, there have been 10,000 extra non-Covid fatalities in the UK, many of which were due to heart attacks and strokes. Some of the excess deaths could be explained if the mRNA vaccines were raising the chance of heart attacks, even if only momentarily. Inflammation is normally transient, but death isn't.
A whistleblower and researcher from a different organisation approached Dr Aseem Malhotra a few days after these alarming results were released, claiming that imaging scans had revealed inflammation in the coronary arteries following vaccination. However, they have opted not to publicise this for the time being because they are concerned about losing future grant money from the pharmaceutical sector. This made the whistleblower very angry. Understandably.
Malhotra also notes that he's heard from other medical professionals that heart attacks are on the rise in the UK, particularly among young people.
Dr. Malhotra notes the "Steven Gundry paper" results. For the past eight years, Gundry's team has utilised a conventional test to estimate the likelihood of heart attacks in their patients. However, they discovered that after the second mRNA vaccine dosage, some of the blood signs they were looking for in the test were much greater.
We conclude that mRNA vaccines cause endothelial inflammation and T cell infiltration in cardiac muscle, which could explain the increased thrombosis, cardiomyopathy, and other vascular events observed after vaccination.
Inflammatory molecules including Interleukin-16 (IL-16), as well as soluble Fas and Hepatocyte Growth Factor, are among the blood indicators used in the PLUS Cardiac Test (GD Biosciences) (HGF). Every 3–6 months, people at risk of cardiac arrest would be measured.
Gundry's team tracked 566 patients to observe how their PULS score altered before and after their second immunisation. Many of the markings doubled in size. Unfortunately, the paper is a preprint and is only available as an abstract for the time being.
However, there are numerous reasons to believe that markers such as IL-16 are not only proxies for cardiac risk, but are actively implicated in it.
The study's findings are backed up by further evidence from Scotland.
Excess fatalities in Scotland have been on the rise since the middle of May 2021, despite a substantial drop in Covid-19 deaths, with the under 65's witnessing up to a 40% increase in the number of deaths compared to the five-year average, according to data from Public Health Scotland.
However, data on cardiovascular-related health issues shows that some weeks since May 2021 have seen up to a 118 percent increase in the number of cardiovascular cases among 15-44-year-olds, and up to a 72 percent increase in the number of cardiovascular cases among 45-64-year-olds, which may help to explain the rise in deaths among younger adults.