Some social media users have appeared to be relating “Sudden Adult Death Syndrome” or SADS to vaccines. To find out, we reached out to the Mayo Clinic, the SADS Foundation and Cardiologist Payal Kohli, M.D., who all confirmed this is false:
QUESTION: Is Sudden Adult Death Syndrome linked to vaccines?
ANSWER: No, it’s not. SADS is not listed in the CDC’s Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System, which tracks potential side effects from all vaccines that have been given since 1990, including COVID-19 vaccines.
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