Letter to the FDA: COVID-19 ‘Vaccines’ and COVID-19 Infection Linked to Myocarditis – What Do They Have in Common?
Peter Marks, MD, PhD
Director, Center for Biologics Evaluation and Research
U.S. Food and Drug Administration
10903 New Hampshire Avenue
Silver Spring, MD 20993
December 18, 2022
Dear Dr. Marks,
I am troubled by the following, and look forward to your studied response on my single question at the bottom of this letter.
- Both approved mRNA COVID-19 vaccines have a causal link to ‘rare’ myocarditis. The “mRNA vaccine[s] can direct human cells to make a viral spike protein.”
- The currently authorized Novavax COVID-19 Vaccine, Adjuvanted, contains the SARS-CoV-2 spike protein and Matrix-M adjuvant, and also has a causal link to myocarditis. Neither approved mRNA vaccine contains the Matrix-M adjuvant.
Thus, all three vaccines causally linked to myocarditis have one thing in common…spike protein exposure.
- We understand that COVID-19, infection, itself, can lead to myocarditis.
- We also understand that, unlike a live, attenuated vaccine, there is no current evidence that COVID-19 vaccines carry any risk of infection.
Thus, there is logically some non-infectious toxicity that the three COVID-19 vaccines and the COVID-19 infection, itself, have in common. Something they share.
- One theory for vaccine-induced myocarditis, offered by Ofer Levy, director of the Precision Vaccines Program at Boston Children’s Hospital and site of NIH-supported COVID-19-related projects, and as stated by NBC News, is the following: “That condition, he said, may also be related to the immune response generated by the shots.”
My question is:
- Regarding myocarditis, what non-infectious toxic entity, whether related to an immune response or not, do the three covid-19 vaccines and the covid-19 infection share?
In my opinion, the common denominator appears to be exposure to spike protein. I greatly look forward to your response, Dr. Marks.
Carol Taccetta, MD, FCAP
Sent: December 18, 2022
Receipt acknowledged by Dr. Marks: December 18, 2022
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