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Lives on the Line Yet the New Zealand Myocarditis Study Lingers On

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Addendum – June 29, 2024:

Since we posted this article a further OIA has been received on June 26, 2024, that says the myocarditis study will be published within the next four weeks!

“Thank you for your email on 20 June 2024, asking Health New Zealand | Te Whatu Ora for the following under the Official Information Act 1982 (the Act):

“Please can you provide the minutes of all the Myocarditis/Pericarditis ROC meetings.”

Response
Your request for this information is refused under section 18(d) of the Act on the basis that the information requested will soon be publicly available. The Myocarditis/Pericarditis ROC meeting minutes will be published alongside the Myocarditis Study which is expected to be released in the next four weeks. Both will be published on our website: COVID-19 vaccine: Myocarditis and pericarditis study – Health New Zealand | Te Whatu Ora.


We look forward to reading this NZ study and note that the longest prior myocarditis follow up study was from Victoria, Australia and found that at least half of the participants had ongoing symptoms 6 months after diagnosis.  This is in stark contrast to what we were told – that myocarditis is mild and resolves quickly. 


The New Zealand Myocarditis study is STILL a work in progress.  We have written about it several times previously.  It was initially due to be published in early 2023, and then the researchers were very close to being able to share the results in March and then again in June 2023.  In August 2023 it was undergoing a robust review process.  Although it was then due to be published in the first quarter 2024, the researchers were still working through the analysis of the participant responses in Jan 2024.  Now in June 2024 this is the current state of play:

“Unfortunately, we do not have an update at this time. There has been little progress made in the sign out process due to end of fiscal year constraints and other urgent priorities. These have resulted in a delay of the approval and publication. We understand how important the results of this study are to the participants and are urgently working towards publishing the report as soon as possible. 

The final report will be available here when it is published: COVID-19 vaccine side effects and reactions | Health Information and Services.” COVID-19 vaccine: Myocarditis and pericarditis study.


Will the New Zealand Myocarditis Study ever see the light of day?

Curiously, the few sympathetic politicians there are have not followed this up.  This is disrespectful to all those New Zealanders who were damaged by a “vanishingly rare” adverse event of the safe and effective genetic injection and who agreed to share their time and health information with the researchers.

The email address for contacting the myocarditis study group is [email protected] for those wanting to follow up the results. It will be monitored from 15 Jan 2024.

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  1. WHAT EVER THE FINAL REPORT REVEALS IT WILL NOT PIONT THE FINGER AT OUR POLITICIANS FOR ANY WRONG DOING DURING THE PAST 4 YEARS AND I BELIEVE THAT IS WHY IT IS TAKING SO LONG IN ORDER TO COVER UP THE TRUTH.

  2. Everyone needs to get angry and to revolt because the polymers are forming in every single person, real-time, in the vaxxed or unvaxxed. The time is now to expose the gravity of the depopulation strategy on humanity. NOW. No more talking.

  3. On this topic: I was very interested to recently hear that the leaders of our world famous and long running Dunedin Study have suddenly decided to quietly drop the cardiovascular base line testing component of the annual health indicators survey. The reason given for suddenly dropping the cardio component for all participants is that they dont necessarily have the appropriate medical staff on hand to treat any cardiovascular trauma that may arise during testing of participants, which is particularly strange given that cohort is currently only 52 years of age! A great shame as the robust baselines established over years of Dunedin Study data would otherwise have offered the perfect opportunity to examine any cardiovasular harm to the cohort in recent years. I wonder whether there might also be other reasons why the cardiovascular baseline has recently been abandoned?

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