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Vaccine-Induced Myocarditis - The Truth

By Rav Arora writing for his Substack


The essay by Rav Arora has been rigorously fact-checked by Stanford medicine professor and infectious disease expert Dr. Jay Bhattacharya. The scientific claims regarding post-vaccine myocarditis are fully in line with the current medical literature.


The implications of the data on Myocarditis are devastating if public health authorities continue to encourage, and worse, mandate boosters for young males as is being done at Princeton, NYU, Stanford, UMass Amherst, Dartmouth, and other major American universities (more on that soon). Many in the media and medical establishment rightfully promote vaccination to prevent serious illness or death, but react to any information that delegitimizes or questions the safety and efficacy of vaccination in the slightest with a kind of strict religious opposition. “Safe and effective” has become a mantra used to shut down opposition to universal vaccination. Supporting the vaccine means honestly discussing the real risks of vaccination in specific demographics — without either agenda-driven minimization or exaggeration. Obfuscating, downplaying, and misleading the public, on the other hand, undermines trust in the vaccine — a miraculous scientific innovation that has transformed the course of the pandemic by preventing millions of deaths and cases of severe disease. Honesty, nuance, and compassion are especially needed when it comes to personal health choices. We are only born with one body and we must make medically informed decisions at our own volition without governmental coercion or political pressure.

Read the full article at Noble Truths with Rav Arora.