Doctors ‘baffled’ by a ‘mysterious’ new ‘sudden death syndrome’ killing healthy young people by Celeste McGovern for Life Site News
GNN Note – Nah…it couldn’t possibly be one jab, two jab, three jabs too many! /END
It couldn’t be the experimental, novel-platform gene- and immune-modulating COVID spike protein-making injection linked to heart inflammation, could it?
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(LifeSiteNews) – They’re calling it Sudden Adult Death Syndrome, or SADS for short. Just like SIDS – Sudden Infant Death Syndrome – when healthy babies die suddenly (and most often on the same day as a wellness visit to the pediatrician). Except it occurs in adults. And children and teens too, though the name doesn’t reflect that. Yet.
Healthy, young people are suddenly dropping dead across the globe, the Daily Mail reported last week, saying the surge of the “mysterious syndrome” is baffling doctors.
The article described the case of Catherine Keane, a 31-year-old woman from Dublin who walked 10,000 steps a day and was a regular at the gym, and just didn’t wake up one day when she was staying with friends.
“They were all working from home so no one really paid attention when Catherine didn’t come down for breakfast,” Catherine’s mother, Margherita, told the Irish Times. “They sent her a text at 11:20 a.m. and when she didn’t reply, they checked her room and found she had passed.”
“Her friend heard a noise in her room at 3:56 a.m. and believes now that is when she died.”
‘Tip of the iceberg’
Doctors in Australia have started a register to keep track of such cases. They are one of only a few countries in the world that is going to track ambulance data for deaths that doctors don’t usually see.
“The majority of these SADS events, 90 per cent, occur outside the hospital – the person doesn’t make it – so it’s actually ambulance staff and forensics caring for the bulk of these patients,” cardiologist Elizabeth Paratz of the Baker Heart and Diabetes Institute said.
“I think even doctors underestimate it. We only see the 10 per cent who survive and make it to hospital. We only see the tip of the iceberg ourselves.”
What was obviously missing from the article, which should have been of interest to any medical journalist in the COVID era and certainly to any doctor, was mention of the experimental vaccination status of these people, like Catherine, who have been dropping dead out of the blue in above average numbers.
Don’t they want to know if there is a connection? Or don’t they want us to know?