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Friday, March 31, 2023

Twitter Labels “Not Safe” To Annotation In The Journal Of The American Heart Association

The annotation expresses concern about the increased risk of heart disease as a result of the use of mRNA vaccines.

On Thursday, Twitter posted a warning label to a post annotating a study from the American Heart Association’s AHA Journals website that raised concerns about mRNA vaccines and heart disease.

The executive summary, published on November 8, is entitled Abstract 10712: COVID mRNA vaccines dramatically increase endothelial inflammatory markers and the risk of ACS as measured by the PULS cardiac test: a warning. The author provides evidence that mRNA vaccines contribute to factors predicting an increased risk of acute coronary syndrome, which can lead to “inflammation of the endothelium and infiltration of T-lymphocytes of the heart muscle and may cause observation of increased thrombosis, cardiomyopathy, etc. vascular events after vaccination “.

The abstract was written by Stephen Gundry, MD, California-based International Heart and Lung Institute.

The annotation link was posted on Twitter on Thursday Marina Medvin, attorney and opinion observer. The post has been flagged by Twitter for reviewing and rejecting content deemed to be malicious.

When you try to open the link, you are redirected to another Twitter page with a warning: “This link may be insecure.”

Previously, this warning system was only used in the event of spam, malware risks and other deceptive means of getting clicks or information. However, its scope has been expanded to include “violent and misleading content that can cause real harm” and “certain categories of content that, if posted directly to Twitter, violates Twitter policies.”

The study is currently not peer-reviewed.

On November 24, AHA Journals also posted an expression of concern about the abstract: “[T]there are a few typographical errors here, there is no data in the annotation regarding myocardial T cell infiltration, there is no statistical significance analysis, and the author is not sure if only anecdotal evidence was used. “

The incident comes at a time when Twitter is undergoing major changes following the abrupt departure of CEO and founder Jack Dorsey on Monday. His successor, Parag Agrawal, made a splash in his first week as CEO with a comprehensive reorganization of the site and its administration.

While the AHA warning sign is probably irrelevant to these events, it nonetheless indicates a willingness to stigmatize information skeptical about the mainstream scientific stories about the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus, even if this information comes from an organization so widely known. and respected as the American Heart Association.

The Epoch Times reached out to Twitter for comment.

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