COVID-19 vaccine-induced myocarditis in kids has been described—over and over again in the media and by pediatricians—as “mild” and that kids “recover quickly.”
In this video, pathologist Chris Martenson reviews a new study that shows these hopeful-sounding statements are neither true nor scientifically accurate.
More than 2/3rds of all children who presented to the hospital with vaccine-induced cardiomyopathy were shown to have scarring of the heart pericardium, up to eight months later.
Can we say these children will have poor outcomes? No. But, neither can we say they will be fine.
For whatever reason, the CDC and NIH are not at all in any hurry to investigate these COVID-19 vaccine injuries, and that leaves it up to parents and doctors to fumble their way through as best they can.
More study is urgently needed.