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Study of 325 Autopsy Cases Reveals Shocking Findings on COVID-19 Vaccination

In a groundbreaking study that has sent shockwaves through the medical community, a team of researchers conducted a systematic review of 325 autopsy cases to investigate the potential causal links between COVID-19 vaccination and death. The study, led by renowned cardiologist Dr. Peter McCullough and his colleagues, has revealed disturbing findings that raise serious concerns about the safety of COVID-19 vaccines.

The researchers began their investigation by searching for published autopsy and necropsy reports related to COVID-19 vaccination. They meticulously analyzed 44 papers that contained a total of 325 autopsy cases. Three physicians independently reviewed each death to determine whether COVID-19 vaccination directly caused or significantly contributed to the fatalities.

The results of the study were staggering. A staggering 73.9% of the cases were independently adjudicated as directly due to or significantly contributed to by COVID-19 vaccination. This means that out of the 325 autopsy cases examined, a total of 240 deaths were attributed to the vaccines. The deaths occurred within a short period after receiving the last vaccine dose, with most fatalities happening within a week.

The study also shed light on the specific organ systems most affected by COVID-19 vaccine-associated deaths. The cardiovascular system emerged as the most implicated, accounting for 53% of the cases. Following closely behind were the hematological system (17%), the respiratory system (8%), and multiple organ systems (7%). In 21 cases, three or more organ systems were affected. These findings emphasize the widespread impact of COVID-19 vaccines on various bodily functions.

The researchers explored potential mechanisms of injury that could explain the observed vaccine-related deaths. They considered systemic lipid nanoparticle (LNP) and mRNA distribution, spike protein-associated tissue damage, thrombogenicity, immune system dysfunction, and carcinogenicity. While further research is needed to establish definitive causal links, the study's findings suggest a high likelihood of a connection between COVID-19 vaccines and death.

It is worth noting that the study's findings align with existing knowledge about COVID-19 vaccine adverse events and autopsy reports. The researchers stress the importance of physician-led death adjudication and autopsy confirmation in clarifying the findings. This rigorous approach provides a solid basis for understanding the potential risks associated with COVID-19 vaccination.

Despite the significance of the study, controversy has surrounded its publication and subsequent removal. The paper was initially published as a pre-print awaiting peer review on the prestigious medical journal The Lancet. However, it was swiftly retracted within 24 hours, citing concerns about the study's methodology. This move has led to accusations of censorship and raises questions about the true reasons behind the paper's removal.

Prominent experts in the medical field have voiced their support for the study's approach and findings. Dr. Clare Craig, a pathologist and co-Chair of the HART pandemic advisory group, believes that the study's methodology is sound and provides valuable insights into quantifying the risk of harm associated with COVID-19 vaccination. Dr. Harvey Risch, one of the study's authors, has decried the retraction as government-directed censorship.

The study's findings underscore the urgent need for further investigation into the safety of COVID-19 vaccines. While the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has not acknowledged a single death caused by the vaccines, autopsy evidence suggests otherwise. The study's authors call for comprehensive research to clarify the potential risks and reassure the public about vaccine safety.

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