Israel has been, to a certain degree, the petri dish for the worldwide covid pandemic. It was the first country to fully vaccinate its population and is now dealing with the aftermath. An Israeli doctor alleges he told Pfizer about the incidents of myocarditis in some of his vaccinated patients, the pharmaceutical company ignored his findings for four months.
Dr. Dror Mevorach is the head of internal medicine at Hadassah University Hospital in Ein Kerem. After the rollout of the Pfizer vaccine in Israel a young man showed up in Mevorach’s office with myocarditis, an inflammation of the heart muscle, literally one day after receiving the Pfizer shot. Mevorach then found two more cases of the heart ailment in his hospital with newly vaccinated individuals. The doctor notified the Israeli Ministry of Health who told Mevorach to start an investigation. Within two months Mevorach and a team of doctors found and logged “over one hundred cases”.
The doctor describes a “gut feeling” he had, after the discovery of the first case, that the heart ailment was a side effect of the Pfizer shot. The Ministry told Mevorach to assemble a group of doctors and study the effects of the vaccine. Israel keeps a nationwide surveillance system administered by The Ministry of Health. This allowed Mevorach and his group to monitor patients who had taken the Pfizer vaccine. The group found a higher instance of myocarditis in young men after getting the shot. In their study over four hundred thousand people were vaccinated. Approximately half of them were male. The study found a higher risk of myocarditis in “adolescent” males after the second shot was 1 case per 12,361. In “adolescent” females it was 1 case per 144,439.
Dr. Mevorach informed Pfizer of the study and, he says, the drug company didn’t believe him for four months. The pharmaceutical company finally accepted Mevorach’s conclusions only after the group reported on all the cases in Israel, analyzed the data, and were able to statistically prove myocarditis doubled after getting the Pfizer shot.Subscribe to the Trialsitenews “COVID-19” ChannelNo spam – we promise
Mevorach and his group published their findings in the New England Journal of Medicine. The group discovered another side effect of the Pfizer shot is paresthesia, a partial paralysis of facial muscles. The Israeli Ministry of Health found other minor ramifications of the shot including a delay in women’s menstrual cycle. Because Israel was the first country to fully vaccinate its population and keep track of the administration of the shot through its database, the Jewish State is also the first country to keep track of the vaccine’s side effects. To date, the Israeli Health Ministry has logged a series of “possible side effects” beside myocarditis. These include encephalitis, blurred vision, and Guillain-Barre syndrome. Another two “possible” side effects include stroke and ventricular fibrillation which the Health Ministry says are “under investigation”,
Perhaps it’s no coincidence the Israelis just signed a deal with Novavax to buy their version of the covid vaccine. The terms of the deal were not disclosed, and it is still pending approval, but the Novavax shot doesn’t use the same mRNA technology as Pfizer.
Dr. Dror Mevorach’s study may be an indication of the future. Pfizer’s representation of their covid vaccine has been under some scrutiny. Pfizer is now being forced to release more data due to a court order.