Myocarditis is NOT normal in children!
However, the mainstream media and medical mafia want us to believe it’s normal.
A recent NewYork-Presbyterian commercial showed a kid’s-eye perspective on being diagnosed with myocarditis.
The commercial is part of the hospital’s “Stay Amazing” campaign launched in November 2021.
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I just saw a commercial on tv from New York Presbyterian with a little girl saying she was diagnosed with Myocarditis.
Just trying to normalize it now. Wow. pic.twitter.com/pB4Y6DafyS
— Tracy E. (@tsalt7) September 6, 2022
You can also watch the clip on Instagram.
“I remember how all the kids had this issue years ago… wait… no I don’t,” commented one Instagram user.
“Disgraceful!!! Crimes against Humanity!!!!!!” another commenter noted.
“This is criminal,” another said.
“Heartbreaking. Ppl have to wake up to what caused this to children,” another commented.
Becker’s Hospital Review wrote:
NewYork-Presbyterian’s revamped “Stay Amazing” campaign spotlighted patients’ stories at the U.S. Open Tennis Championship, MM+M reported Sept. 12.
The campaign, launched in November 2021, is a part of a series encouraging New Yorkers to prioritize their health and well-being.
NewYork-Presbyterian revamped the campaign this year to center it around patients and how the health system’s care has affected them.
Each of the spots features one patient’s story, with the first debuting at the U.S. Open.
The feature, narrated by a pediatric care patient, is a combination of live action and animation that shares a kid’s-eye perspective on being diagnosed with myocarditis.
“The previous campaign was built around this idea that amazing things are happening here,” said Devika Mathrani, chief marketing officer of NewYork-Presbyterian. “It was focused on communicating the excellence of the institution, but it was a little more insular; it talked about ourselves and what’s happening within the four walls of the hospital. Whereas the new campaign is more focused on asking, ‘What does that excellence do for the communities and the people that we serve?'”
The new iteration of the “Stay Amazing” campaign is being rolled out across multiple channels and in concert with the world of sports, courtesy of partnerships with the World Cup, the National Football League and the New York Mets.
This shocking commercial should remind readers of this British Heart Foundation ad that appeared to normalize young soccer players suddenly collapsing to heart problems.