A former Notre Dame professor who routinely referred to unvaccinated people as “selfish” died after receiving her third Covid-19 vaccine.
Karen Croake Heisler, a renowned professor emeritus at Notre Dame University in the US state of Indiana, had emerged as one of the most ardent and fanatical supporters of the corona campaign and supporters of the vaccination campaign.
She wasn’t even afraid to “curse” the unvaccinated in public. Now Karen Croake Heisler has died – just 12 days after receiving the third Pfizer shot as a “booster.”
Karen Croake Heisler taught in the Faculty of Film, Television and Theater (FTT) at the university from 1993 to 2018, according to the South Bend Tribune. She was 67.
Karen Croake Heisler received 3 Covid-19 shots
Karen Croake Heisler received her first Pfizer Covid injection on January 13, 2021.
“Just got my first dose of the vaccine. Never been happier to be “old.” Now let’s get these vaccines rolling for everyone!” she said.
On April 9, Heisler tweeted that she had zero side effects after receiving her second Pfizer jab. Earlier this month, Heisler tweeted she got her third jab.
“Just received my third Covid vaccine” she tweeted on September 7.
A week later, Heisler started to have complications and cursed the unvaccinated.
“So still waiting to see a doc although they have run tests. Still no room in hospital or in ER bay. PA announcement just said ER could not accept more patients. This is a BIG hospital. Damn the unvaccinated. They have made life hell for a lot of people,” she tweeted.
Heisler said her cardiologist tried to admit her to the hospital but there are no rooms because of Covid.
About two weeks after her third Covid jab, Karen Croake Heisler passed away.
According to Heisler’s obituary, she died of “cancer-related complications” on September 19.
Cancer got worse after “Booster Shot”?
This supposedly “full protection” was probably not enough for the academician, who was also “exemplary” in other corona issues. After the “booster vaccination”, the state of health of Karen Croake Heisler previously described as healthy deteriorated rapidly. Less than two weeks later former Notre Dame professor was dead.
It will not be possible to prove a direct connection with the vaccination in their case either. However, there are increasing reports from people who develop cancer after a corona vaccination or whose existing cancer suddenly experiences an “explosive” spread.
Adverse effects of COVID-19 vaccination among cancer patients
Journal of Clinical Oncology on May 20, 2021 published results from an Internet-based survey of adverse effects of COVID-19 vaccination among cancer patients.
The article wrote: “An internet-based survey was conducted January 15 – February 10, 2021 among members of the Inspire online health community. The 63-item survey was emailed to members of the Inspire community who had opted-in for research.”
And the results are:
“Following the first injection, 63% had local adverse events (AEs): injection site pain (51%), swelling (8%), redness (6%), and itching (4%). 34% reported systemic AEs including myalgia (32%), fatigue (18%), headache (12%), joint pain (5%), and chills (5%).
199 (15%) had received the second (booster) vaccination. 76% reported local AEs including pain (69%), swelling (14%), itching (8%), and redness (7%). 67% reported systemic AEs including fatigue (49%), myalgia (30%), headache (29%), chills (23%), fever (16%), joint pain (15%), and nausea (12%).”
‘20 times increase’ of cancer in vaccinated patients?
A doctor has found an increase in cancers since the COVID-19 inoculation rollout, according to the Sept. 13 article published by LifeSiteNews.
The Idaho doctor, Dr. Ryan Cole, says he observed a “20 times increase of endometrial cancers” since Jan. 1 over what he’s seen on an annual basis.
“Since January 1, in the laboratory, I’m seeing a 20 times increase of endometrial cancers over what I see on an annual basis,” reported Dr. Cole in the video clip shared on Twitter.
“I’m not exaggerating at all because I look at my numbers year over year, I’m like ‘Gosh, I’ve never seen this many endometrial cancers before’,” he continued.
He also reported seeing a rash of “invasive melanomas in younger patients… skyrocketing in the last month or two” and an uptick in various autoimmune diseases.
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