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Reducing cardiac risk after COVID-19 vaccination

Many vaccinated people are now wondering whether they have a ticking time bomb inside them, given the stories of unexpected and sudden cardiac arrest that seem to pile up daily.

Dr. Pierre Kory, Chief Medical Officer of the FLCCC, and Dr. Paul Marik, Chief Scientific Officer, recently made updates to I-RECOVER: Post Vaccine Syndrome to address these concerns.

First, it is important to understand that not everyone who gets a COVID-19 vaccine will react in the same way. Dr. Kory describes three distinct groups:

“There are people who come to my practice who are vaccine-injured,” he says, “and they present with a constellation of symptoms.” Dr. Kory uses several strategies to try to help these patients, depending on their main complaints and the severity of their symptoms.

A second category of patients is experiencing a single complication caused by the vaccine rather than a myriad of symptoms. Treatments are also available for these patients and are often quite successful.

“Then you have people who have been vaccinated and are asymptomatic,” Dr. Kory goes on to explain. “They don't have any acute or chronic symptoms.” These are often the people who are most concerned about whether they have a potential ‘ticking time bomb’.


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