Steve Coerper (8 Jan 2023)
"If the Buffalo Bills want to know if any of their players are vaccine injured, it's easy to do so"

There is a company, HeartCare Corp, that makes a machine that looks like an EKG, but can detect a wide variety of heart damage, including myocarditis. They can assess their team in a day.

Just like Dorothy in the Wizard of Oz could always return to Kansas at any time, the same is true of the Buffalo Bills… if they want to assess whether their players have a heart injury or not, all they have to do is give Heart Care Corp. a call and arrange for a visit to their team.

The HeartCare screening is safe, non-invasive, and takes around 15 minutes.

Then they would know for sure if the COVID vaccine has injured their players. This will save lives.

Sound good?

Does the technology work?


They’ve screened vaccinated patients and the rates of clinical and subclinical myocarditis observed is so high you’d never believe I was telling the truth (hint: it’s well over 5% in the general public).

There are just two minor problems with my idea…

  1. The players won’t want to know because it could sideline them permanently

  2. The management won’t want to know because it would mean that they were responsible. It could also disqualify them from playing in further contests.

However, they could do a screening and just notify the individual players of their results, but make the aggregate statistics known to the public as a public service.


Airlines, professional sports teams, etc. could screen all their pilots, players, etc. This is especially important for airlines.

Will they?