RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – Young healthy people are dying suddenly and unexpectedly from a mysterious syndrome, Britain’s Daily Mail reported Wednesday. The syndrome in question is Sudden Adult Death Syndrome or SADS.
Why do these people die suddenly? Because they are injected with a toxin that causes inflammation of the heart, according to pathologist Ryan Cole, founder of Cole Diagnostics,
which processes approximately 40,000 blood and biopsy patient samples annually. In the last year, the lab has handled over 100,000 Covid testing samples
Studies in mice have shown that mRNA can lead to an enlarged heart, Cole pointed out. As a result, the heart becomes less and less able to pump blood, heart failure occurs and you die.
The pathologist has seen autopsy tissue from triathletes who have dropped dead. Of course, athletes die every year. It used to be a few a month, but now hundreds a month are dying, Cole said.
“Why? Has something changed? Yes, it has. A toxic lipid nanoparticle and toxic modified RNA,” he said. The pathologist pointed out that the vaccine does not remain in the body for a few days, as claimed, but that the spike protein remains in the lymph nodes for up to 60 days. “Probably much longer.”
According to an article in the Exposé News newspaper, a study shows that the number of deaths among athletes since the start of Covid-19 vaccination is 1700% higher than expected
German pathologist Arne Burkhardt showed that the spike protein was still present in blood vessel walls 128 days after the last injection.
“In other words, we’re putting something into the body that doesn’t break down, forms a toxic spike protein, and can still be found in monocytes (white blood cells) up to 15 months after vaccination,” Cole said. “It is insane to continue to inject the most deadly and dangerous medical product ever put on the market.”
SUDDEN ADULT DEATH SYNDROME
People aged under 40 are being urged to have their hearts checked because they may potentially be at risk of Sudden Adult Death Syndrome, writes the Daily Mail
The syndrome, known as SADS, has been fatal for all kinds of people regardless of whether they maintain a fit and healthy lifestyle.
SADS is an ‘umbrella term to describe unexpected deaths in young people’, said The Royal Australian College of General Practitioners, most commonly occurring in people under 40 years of age.
The term is used when a post-mortem cannot find an obvious cause of death.
The US-based SADS Foundation has said that over half of the 4,000 annual SADS deaths of children, teens, or young adults have one of the top two warning signs present.
Those signs include a family history of a SADS diagnosis or sudden unexplained death of a family member, fainting or seizure during exercise, or when excited or startled, reported news.com.au.