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Rare COVID-19 Vaccine Complication Linked to Circulating Spike Protein in Blood


Young adults and adolescents that suffered from rare cases of myocarditis following vaccination with a mRNA-based COVID-19 vaccine had increased levels of the viral protein spike in their bloodstream, found a recent study carried out by a team at Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Massachusetts General Hospital. However, it also concluded that the benefits of COVID-19 vaccination still greatly outweigh the risks.

Myocarditis occurs when heart muscle tissue becomes inflamed, often resulting in chest pain and fatigue. It is observed in a number of conditions including viral infections and inflammatory diseases. In extremely rare cases—roughly one or two people per 100,000— myocarditis can result from vaccination by an mRNA COVID-19 vaccine such as those developed by Pfizer and Moderna.

The reason why mRNA vaccines occasionally trigger myocarditis remains unclear, and unraveling the mystery could lead to more effective treatments for these rare cases…

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