Experts such as Dr. Michael Yeadon, a former chief scientist in a drug discovery research unit at Pfizer, have warned that in a few years, we will see a significant rise in the death rate among young people who received COVID vaccinations. Some note his somber prediction is coming true.
Families of healthy, young people who unexpectedly and suddenly died after being vaccinated are speaking out about Sudden Adult Death Syndrome, or Sudden Arrhythmic Death Syndrome, known more commonly as SADS.
According to the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP), SADS “is an umbrella term to describe unexpected deaths in young people (usually 40 years of age), whose cause of death following post mortem examination is ‘undetermined’ or ‘unascertained.’”
Margherita Cummins, whose daughter Catherine Keane died suddenly at age 31, told the Irish Mirror: “She worked for an advertising company and was doing really well. She went to the gym and walked 10,000 steps every day.”
Cummins’ daughter was found by her roommates after she didn’t come down for breakfast.
“They sent her a text at 11.20am and when she didn’t reply, they checked her room and found she had passed,” the mother recalled. “Her friend heard a noise in her room at 3.56am and believes now that is when she died.”
In a similar story, 7News.com.au highlighted the death of a healthy 19-year-old man:
“As most of you know, on the 2nd of April 2021, we tragically lost our beautiful Son and Brother Liam to Sudden Adult Death Syndrome,” a fundraising page for the teen read. “Liam was just 19 years of age, a vibrant, fit, healthy young man.”
“Liam had everything going for him in life; he was learning to drive, looking forward to planned concerts with his friends, many a road trip out and planning the new University life, when everything was cruelly taken from him,” the post continued. “All his hopes and dreams are gone and stolen from us as well!”
Alarmingly, Dr. Elizabeth Paratz from Melbourne’s Baker Heart and Diabetes Institute reports the Victorian registry shows “there are approximately 750 cases per year of people aged under 50 in Victoria suddenly having their heart stop.”
“Of these, approximately 100 young people per year will have no cause found even after extensive investigations such as a full autopsy,” she added.
The link between the rise in unexpected deaths of younger people and COVID vaccinations is not verified. Indeed, the suggestion is soundly rejected by America’s government leaders and leading medical agencies such as the CDC and FDA.
However, several sports groups disagree and note that many young and fit athletes have died on the field after receiving the jab.
Medical Daily noted that approximately 210,000 people “die suddenly and unexpectedly each year due to sudden cardiac arrest in the United States,” citing the American Heart Association.
An NBC report cites CDC’s admission to a link between COVID vaccinations and heart problems.
RACGP’s website states, “the most common SADS conditions include genetic arrhythmia syndromes such as long QT syndrome, catecholaminergic polymorphic ventricular tachycardia (CPVT), and Brugada syndrome.”
The website’s report continues:
“These conditions follow an autosomal dominant inheritance pattern. Therefore, first-degree relatives (ie parents, siblings, children) of an individual who has a genetic arrhythmogenic disorder are at a 50% risk of also having a gene variant for the condition, and thus, at risk of developing the condition. All these conditions show considerable clinical variability within families and have incomplete penetrance.”
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