Increase in cardiovascular and neurological diseases

Increase in cardiovascular and neurological diseases

Risk markers for heart inflammation were demonstrated to have increased more than twofold for a period of at least 2.5 months following vaccination. Circulation, a medical journal, stated that this effect could explain the “observations of increased thrombosis, myocardial insufficiency and other cardiovascular events” [5]. In a subsequent correction, this sentence was removed because it suggests a causal relationship, despite the study not involving a control group. However, as the study observed changes in 566 patients before and after vaccination, and as increases of this magnitude were unprecedented over the eight years of clinical records in this clinic [6], the observations remain worrying.
Consistent with these clinical observations, there was a marked increase in emergency cardiovascular and neurological hospitalisations immediately following vaccination campaigns in Germany (see graph [7]). Although most countries have not published official data on this matter, there have been world-wide press reports starting from the summer of 2021 pointing to an unexplained increase in heart attacks and other emergency hospitalisations [8, 9, 10, 11, 12].

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