- Estimated 1 In 95 Boys Diagnosed With Myocarditis In California Private School
by Steve Kirsch, https://principia-scientific.com/
This will blow your mind, I promise. I’m pretty sure that the rate of myocarditis is a LOT more than the CDC is telling people. I think the rate is ~100X higher than they claim. What do you think?
According to this Reuters Fact Check published a few days ago, Dr June Raine, chief executive of Britain’s Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA), said that myocarditis and pericarditis remain a “very rare potential risk” with Pfizer and Moderna vaccines.
Seriously?!? A rare potential risk, eh? Are you kidding me?!?
Look, just because she said that doesn’t mean it is true.
For a long time, I’ve been on the record as saying that the rate of myocarditis is around 1 in 317 for teenage boys. That was a conservative estimate since it used a VAERS under-reporting factor (URF) of 41, which is reserved for only the most serious events.
Since the CDC calls this “mild” (even though every cardiologist I’ve asked says there is no such thing as “mild” myocarditis), we’d expect a URF of perhaps 80 or more since nobody died and most had a short hospital stay.
In short, a more “realistic” estimate is 1 in 150.
I didn’t want to use that in my original slide because 1 in 317 was already far from the CDC estimate of 1 in 13,000 which they said was “rare.” If I was more accurate, my work would be more likely to be ignored as ridiculously high. So I went with a very conservative URF=41. Here’s the slide I’ve been using up until today: (chart top of post)