Kids New Paper Says Myocarditis Risk Is Higher After Infection Than After Vax or Booster By Peter Malaczynski Posted on January 8, 2022 Share Tweet Share Share Email Comments What’s your Reaction?LeftNeutralRight Interesting paper finds severe myocarditis risk is higher after infection than after vax or boost.Since the vax does not stop infection, a more interesting counterfactual would compare myocarditis risk from vax plus infection vs. infection alone. Interesting paper finds severe myocarditis risk is higher after infection than after vax or boost.Since the vax does not stop infection, a more interesting counterfactual would compare myocarditis risk from vax plus infection vs. infection alone.https://t.co/TRR7QRHM7d— Jay Bhattacharya (@DrJBhattacharya) January 8, 2022 Link To Paper Jay Bhattacharya is a Professor of Medicine at Stanford University. He is a research associate at the National Bureau of Economics Research, a senior fellow at the Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research, and at the Stanford Freeman Spogli Institute. He holds courtesy appointments as Professor in Economics and in Health Research and Policy. He directs the Stanford Center on the Demography of Health and Aging. Dr. Bhattacharya’s research focuses on the economics of health care around the world with a particular emphasis on the health and well-being of vulnerable populations. Dr. Bhattacharya’s peer-reviewed research has been published in economics, statistics, legal, medical, public health, and health policy journals. He holds an MD and PhD in economics from Stanford University. What’s your Reaction?LeftNeutralRight Related Items:covid-19 Share Tweet Share Share Email Recommended for you Dr. Geert Vanden Bossche – ADE, Evolution of the Virus & Expected Excess Deaths A DOCTORS ROUNDTABLE: Dr Malone, Dr Cole and Dr Urso Geert Vanden Bossche Warns “The Losses Will Be Unprecedented” Click to comment Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment * Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.