Anyone who followed the press conference of German pathology professors Arne Burkhardt and Walter Lang must be wondering how long the Covid-19 vaccines will still be on the market. The autopsy of ten people who died after Corona vaccinations speak for themselves.
If you don’t get vaccinated against Covid-19, you have to face harsh consequences, politicians claim. On September 20, Dr. Arne Burkhardt listed insights into the pathological findings of ten autopsied people over the age of 50 who died at different intervals after a Covid-19 vaccination.
Over the past few months, the pathologist from Reutlingen and Professor Walter Lang have examined tissue material from the deceased microscopically. The material was made available to them by other forensic doctors and pathologists from German-speaking countries.
The list of pathologists contained specific information on persons, vaccinations and time of death.
During his presentation, Burkhardt emphasized that the examination results were backed up by two pathologists. In five of the ten cases mentioned above, the two physicians rate the connection between death and vaccination as very probable, in two cases as probable. One case has not yet been evaluated. The other two cases were classified as unclear/possible or “rather coincident”.
Regarding the causes of death, Burkhardt pointed out that lymphocytic myocarditis, the most common diagnosis, is hardly detectable macroscopically. It is even often not recognized histologically, i.e. when examined under the microscope, and under certain circumstances it is misinterpreted as an infarction.
The doctors suspect that further corona vaccination side effects with potential death consequences are autoimmune phenomena, reduction in immune capacity, acceleration of cancer growth, vascular damage “endothelitis”, vasculitis, perivasculitis and erythrocyte “clumping”. Further investigations, which have already been initiated, are necessary for this.
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