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19-year-old Lacrosse star passes away suddenly

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19-Year-old Lacrosse student Aidan Kaminska has passed away suddenly on Monday, May 30th. Kaminska was a Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) All-Rookie team member in 2022. In the six games he took part in, he scored nine goals.

Kaminska is another athlete to pass way too soon in what is now becoming a frightening and unprecedented loss of athletes, often while competing and most suffering from cardiac-related events.

Whilst the cause of death has not been declared and whilst AFIPN cannot verify the vaccine status of every athlete, questions must be asked especially considering the vaccines link with myocarditis and pericarditis. The link between the vaccines and cardiac-related problems can be proven here in this NSW health document.

Cardiac-related illnesses have always been a leading killer globally and athletes have passed away previously from cardiac-related disease, however, never before at the rate we are seeing now. With a worldwide mass vaccination rollout, with proven, documented, and peer-reviewed studies to back up the link between the vaccination and cardiac-related diseases, the question of ‘is there a link between the vaccinations and these unprecedented number of deaths?’ must now be asked.

AFIPN continues to cover these deaths in a special category which can be viewed here.

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