Experts Warn The Latest COVID Variant Could Trigger A “Heart Failure Pandemic”

Experts Warn The Latest COVID Variant Could Trigger A “Heart Failure Pandemic”

According to the latest reports, experts have warned people that the latest COVID variant could trigger a heart failure pandemic. Check out the latest reports about this below.

New heart failure pandemic?

An important post on the social media platform X notes the fact that scientists are now warning that the latest COVID variant could trigger a “heart failure pandemic.”

Pfizer, the same company that sold you the so-called vaccines, is making a big bet on that “heart failure pandemic.”

The pharmaceutical giant recently acquired several companies. This includes a major $6.7 billion cash acquisition of Arena Pharmaceuticals, a firm specializing in developing treatments, particularly for heart inflammation conditions like myocarditis and pericarditis.

Additionally, Pfizer spent $43 billion to acquire Seagen, a small biotechnology company that makes cancer treatments. This move comes at the heels of unprecedented cancer rates among young people.

So, the company that is causing diseases like heart failure and cancer is now looking to profit from those illnesses.

Someone said: “Everything seems to cause heart failure, it seems. But they will never ever suggest that something a young kid takes and then passes in their sleep had anything to do with it. Doctors, media and all have been really quiet about the DC hearing this week regarding vaccine injuries…why?”

a commenter posted this: “Every time someone collapses at a lectern, there’s someone in the audience holding up a phone. Makes me think the zap wand of the alphabet agencies is now remote and hand held. I say this because I think they’re killing people in any way they can.”

Not too long ago, we revealed that a recent study conducted in Turkey found that female rats that were injected with mRNA COVID-19 vaccines gave birth to offspring that displayed symptoms of autism and had lower neuronal counts in their brains.

The study, which was published in the Neurochemical Research journal on Jan. 10, examined the relationship between COVID-19 mRNA vaccines and neurodevelopmental disorders, specifically focusing on autism.

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