The Brave New World of Athletes’ Heart Problems
Argentina's Sergio Aguero announced his retirement Dec. 15 after suffering a heart attack six weeks earlier during a game. In two decades as a professional, Aguero never previously experienced heart problems that kept him off the field.
Aguero is not alone.
This year, more than 300 athletes around the world -- some as young as 12
-- collapsed unexpectedly,
mostly due to heart problems. Nearly 200 of them died. What did they have in
common? The vast majority, if not all of them, received the experimental
COVID-19 vaccines based on mRNA spike proteins. That relationship appears not
to be coincidental, despite attempts to dismiss the possibility.