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Default An inaccurate Canadian study suggesting an extremely high rate of heart inflammation

A Canadian COVID-19 study that turned out to be wrong has spread like wildfire among anti-vaxxers

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Study falsely showing 1 in 1,000 risk of heart inflammation after mRNA vaccines 'weaponized' online

Experts say an erroneous study from researchers at the Ottawa Heart Institute has been 'weaponized' by the anti-vaccination movement at a time when concern over COVID-19 vaccine side effects are top of mind for parents whose kids may soon get the shot.

An inaccurate Canadian study suggesting an extremely high rate of heart inflammation after COVID-19 vaccines has been retracted due to a major mathematical error — but not before it spread like wildfire on anti-vaccination websites and social media.

The researchers mistakenly failed to record the accurate number of vaccinations given out during that two-month period, despite the data on total doses being publicly available, and the figure turned out to be astronomically higher than what was presented in the study.
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