"Myocarditis: Once Rare, Now Common" - Dr. Thomas Levy, MD, JD Explains
"Myocarditis: Once Rare, Now Common". Dr. Levy practiced cardiology for many years prior to the outbreak of COVID-19, and he almost never saw myocarditis show up in his patients. Now, Dr. Levy says “We have a brand new entity since the pandemic started, and that’s the COVID spike protein and/or the spike protein produced from the (mRNA) COVID vaccine-induced myocarditis.”
Pilots were broadly mandated to get the COVID mRNA vaccines, and Dr. Levy and the US Freedom Flyers are demanding that the FAA and the airlines assume the responsibility they took upon themselves with those mandates.
Unfortunately, Dr. Levy explained, it turns out that those with long-haul COVID, along with a number of individuals who have only received the vaccine, have a persistence of spike protein inside their bodies. The spike protein is toxic and manages to effectively reproduce itself.
There are now a substantial number of people who have low-grade myocarditis, according to Dr. Levy although exact numbers are difficult to come by. Many of those people feel perfectly fine. They would only know that they have low-grade myocarditis by testing for Troponin T levels levels, discovering that they’re elevated. For traditional myocarditis, one needs to have a certain level of elevated troponin in order to be diagnosed with myocarditis, even though NO amount of elevated Troponin T can be considered “normal.”
Dr. Levy explained that combined with the fact that the spike protein causes inflammation by attaching to receptors on the blood vessels in the heart, this makes the heart prone to blood clots. The way to track this is by another test called a D-Dimer test, which measures whether and how much one’s body is continuing to break down blood clots that have already formed.