By now you are aware of the reports of young athletes and other adults dropping dead from cardiac arrest or strokes.
Former Notre Dame and NFL player Paul Duncan is the latest casualty of sudden cardiac arrhythmia that is causing sudden death in young people with no history of heart disease. He was only 35 years old.
Duncan was out running in DeKalb County, Ga. on July 16 when he suddenly collapsed and died after suffering a cardiac arrest his wife Ellen Duncan shared in a post on Instagram.
"Paul went into cardiac arrest while on a run in our neighborhood," she wrote. "Today he was pronounced brain dead. We will have a medical examination to understand cause of death."
Sudden Adult Death Syndrome (SADS) means an unexplained cardiac arrhythmia that leads to cardiac arrest. An arrhythmia is when the heart beats irregularly causing improper filling of blood in the heart's chambers. Thus causing a sudden decrease in oxygenated blood to the brain and vital organs. Death is imminent.
Doctors aren't sure what is causing SADS among the population of young people.
"There appears to be no evidence whatsoever so far linking Covid-19 vaccines" and SADS, immunologist Satyajit Rath said. The SADS Foundation also issued a statement saying it recommends that SADS patients receive the Covid-19 shot.
Doctors say SADS predates the pandemic and that young people were dropping dead before the pandemic.
But others experts say not so fast.
The head of the Concerned Doctors and Citizens of the Philippines (CDCPh) who goes by the username SuperSally 888 says researchers aren't looking at the right evidence to find a cause.
"In medicine and forensics, if you don't look in the right place, the right way at the evidence, you will not find anything. Young healthy people do not just die unexpectedly, there is always a cause! It just needs to be found."
She goes on to suggest the vaccine-induced spike protein production in the body's cells may be the culprit.
"If heart muscle cells are co-opted to spike protein production, not only is their normal function disrupted, but they will be targeted for destruction by the immune system and ultimately replaced by scar tissue which does not conduct electricity," she said.
She is referring to a node in the heart's upper chamber that acts like a spark plug sending electrical signals to the heart muscle causing it to contract.
Dr. Peter A. McCullough, a world leading cardiologist, says "Prior to 2021, year-on-year population death rates were typically very stable with minimal percent changes over time. Suddenly in 2021 there was mass unprecedented excess mortality in countries concurrent with their vaccine roll-out."