Why Vaccine-Pushing Cardiologists Never See Myocarditis
Twitter Poll Reveals Giant Shift in Doctor Preference after Complications
By Peter A. McCullough, MD, MPH
I have had cardiologists from time to time look perplexed and say they “never” see COVID-19 vaccine induced myocarditis. Two prospective cohort studies show the rate of COVID-19 vaccine myocarditis is ~2.5% per shot.
I am seeing cases nearly every day in the office as a practicing internist and cardiologist. How can other cardiologists be blind to this tidal wave of cases?
Here are a some simple explanations:
When a patient suddenly dies in the field, many times the physician is never notified. Distant family members may not know the treating doctors. In the case of young persons, there may be no doctor at all. So the medical examiner signs off on the death certificate, many times, with no autopsy.
Electronic medical records in clinics and hospitals are not well-linked to state or national death registries. So by looking in a chart by chance, it would be impossible to know if someone had died.
It seemed to me that these were not enough. Something else must explain the blindness among cardiologists particularly to nonfatal cases. So I undertook a Twitter (X) poll.
As you can see, once a patient suffers vaccine-myocarditis, they do not return to the same doctor who recommended the vaccine. Patients feel disappointed and burned in not receiving full, free informed consent. They go to another doctor who likely would have warned them not to take the shot from the very beginning.
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Peter A. McCullough, MD, MPH
President, McCullough Foundation