Spike proteins in COVID jabs cause organ damage, pathologist claims
(NaturalHealth365) COVID-19, the disease associated with the pandemic virus called SARS-CoV-2, has been shown to cause organ damage in some individuals. Fortunately, the majority of people who become infected with this virus will have mild or asymptomatic cases, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
As for possible organ damage, research suggests that the spike protein – the spike-like projections on a coronavirus that allows it to get into the cell – is a contributing factor. As you know, the mRNA injection triggers the body to make its own version of the spike protein, too. Could this explain why so many deaths are being reported following the COVID shot?
Pathologist claims spike proteins triggered by COVID shot may cause organ damage – could this explain thousands of the adverse events and deaths reported post-jab?
At a summit for American Frontline Doctors in August (which you can watch here at Children’s Health Defense), speaker and pathologist Dr. Ryan Cole asks why autopsies on people who have died post-COVID shot have not been more forthcoming and urges more independent funding for such efforts. Autopsies would reveal, among other things, whether these jabbed individuals are dying with organ damage.
The concern for possible organ damage comes from the observation that the SARS-CoV-2 spike protein can sometimes harm the brain, kidneys, heart, lungs, and more. This has been well-documented in the research. Many medical experts, including pediatric rheumatologist Dr. J. Patrick Whelan, have expressed concern that the spike proteins created in the body by the COVID shot could cause organ damage in a similar way.
Officials insist that the spike protein made by the COVID shot is definitely safe – but critics question whether there is enough evidence yet to prove that this claim is true.
VAERS continues to overflow with adverse event reports following COVID injection – yet mainstream media and government officials continue to undermine the data
Children’s Health Defense noted that as of September 3, 2021, the U.S. Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) had received about 675,600 reports of adverse effects following injection with the COVID shot. Of these:
- 5,371 were cases of heart inflammation (pericarditis or myocarditis)
- 6,422 were heart attacks
- 14,507 were deaths
For context, VAERS has been around since 1990. In 2019, before COVID-19 jabs existed, just 605 deaths post-jab were reported.
Now, as the CDC points out, “VAERS data alone cannot determine if the vaccine caused the reported adverse event.” This is perfectly true. They also add a reasonable assumption: that “the number of reports submitted to VAERS may increase in response to media attention and increased public awareness.”
For these and other reasons, the media and public health officials are quick to downplay and dismiss VAERS data as misleading, if not downright “false.” However, the following should be kept in mind:
- Research suggests that fewer than 1% of adverse reactions are ever reported to VAERS – after all, healthcare providers are apparently busier than ever and likely have little spare time to sit down and fill out a VAERS report (although anyone, including non-medical personnel, can fill out a report)
- That said, healthcare providers are required BY LAW to report certain adverse events to VAERS, and it is a crime to submit a false report
- Correlation is not enough on its own to prove causation – but for two factors to be causally related, they must also be correlated, and any “pattern of adverse events” observed on VAERS should be followed up accordingly
Indeed, this is exactly what the CDC and the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) did when they used VAERS data to help discover the cause-and-effect relationship between the COVID shot and heart inflammation. Were it not for the reporting system, it might have been much longer before the link between myocarditis and the injection was established.
Patterns of events of all types are being observed in VAERS. The question is, just how committed are public health officials to investigating these possible health concerns for fully jabbed American citizens?
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