Japan: Covid Shots Cause Long-Term Heart Damage

Japan’s top scientists have concluded that Covid mRNA shots cause long-term damage in the hearts of recipients, often without them even knowing it.

Japanese researchers uncovered irrefutable evidence of long-term heart damage in people who received the injections, including in asymptomatic patients.

The major new study found that all recipients suffered long-term heart damage to some degree, despite previous claims that vaccine-induced myocarditis is rare, transient, and limited to subjects experiencing heart symptoms.

Regardless of age or sex, patients who received their second vaccination up to 180 days before imaging showed a 47% higher uptake in heart tissues of fluorine-18 fluorodeoxyglucose (FDG), an imaging agent, than unvaccinated subjects.

FDG is identical to glucose, a sugar that is the body’s main energy source, but it contains fluorine-18, a radioactive form of fluorine that allows imaging of organs and tissues where FDG accumulates.

Stressed or damaged cells, a hallmark of myocarditis, take up more glucose than healthy cells.

Researchers led by Takehiro Nakahara at Keio University School of Medicine used a retrospective study design to compare positron emission tomography/computed tomography (PET/CT) scans between patients undergoing imaging before COVID-19 vaccines were available (from Nov. 1, 2020, to Feb. 16, 2021) to scans on other subjects after the vaccine rollout



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