Dr. Chris Shoemaker – Damaged Hearts Among the Vaccinated



A COVID-“vaccinated” heart is “a heart that is working…twice as hard as it should…and it does it for 6 continuous month[s] after two vaccinations…These people…weren’t having chest pain…weren’t having a sense of myocarditis, they think that everything’s just fine…”


Canadian Comprehensive Physician Dr. Chris Shoemaker describes for Laura-Lynn Tyler Thompson the results of a study performed by Dr. Nakahara Takehiro, et al. at the Keio University School of Medicine in Japan, which found that COVID-“vaccinated” hearts work “twice as hard as [they] should” for “six continuous months” following injection. Shoemaker specifically shows how COVID-“vaccinated” hearts are appearing “blackened” on PET scans, meaning they’re experiencing an anomalously high uptake of glucose.


The authors of the study “couldn’t understand, ‘Well, why is the heart showing up black on our studies? The heart never has strange or extra glucose uptake,” Shoemaker tells Tyler Thompson. The physician notes how PET (or positron emission tomography) scans of “unvaccinated people” in the images to the left of what’s displayed (graphics taken from the study) show “soft, gray” hearts. Conversely, in PET scans of “vaccinated” people on the right, the hearts are “blackened out.”


The two specific hearts shown in the images, Shoemaker notes, were in two individuals that had a “high-level doubling of the amount of effort” they put out. In one of the hearts, there was 100% elevation and effort. On average, “vaccinated” people had hearts that were working 50 to 60% harder than normal.


All 700 of the COVID-“vaccinated” people in the study had some level of elevated cardiac effort.


“The dark redness, or the dark blackness, that is a heart that is working…twice as hard as it should…and it does it for six continuous month[s] after two vaccinations,” Shoemaker says, referring to the COVID-“vaccinated” hearts shown in the presented study excerpt.

The physician goes on to note, “These people, by the way…were feeling perfectly well. They weren’t having chest pain, they weren’t having a sense of myocarditis, they think that everything’s just fine, they’re an athlete, they’re a child, they think everything’s fine…”


Along with this study performed in Tokyo, Shoemaker notes its results have been replicated at three other medical hubs, including a hospital system in Houston, Texas, as well as Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City and Oxford University in England.


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17 May 2024



Source: https://tinyurl.com/48p3e7w5






Assessment of Myocardial 18F-FDG Uptake at PET/CT in Asymptomatic SARS-CoV-2–vaccinated and Nonvaccinated Patients


From the Department of Radiology, Keio University School of Medicine




Source: https://pubs.rsna.org/doi/10.1148/radiol.230743

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