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World Class Pakistani Cricketer Dead at 36 Years of Age From “Horrific Cardiac Arrest”

The Gateway Pundit shared a report last month that showed 1101 athletes were known to have died from “Sudden Cardiac Death” from 1966 to 2004.   That number is up to at least 673 from January 2021 thru April 2022.  It continues to grow.  TGP also reported on a new commercial spot in New York normalizing myocarditis, an inflamed heart condition, in children.

On September 30, 2022, another athlete “died suddenly” from cardiac arrest.  Shehzad Azam Rana, a 36 year old cricketer died from a “horrific cardiac arrest.”  This is not normal.  Young athletes are dying at astounding numbers, primarily from cardiac events.

According to Latestly.com:

Shehzad Azam Rana, a Pakistani first-class cricketer, has died on September 30.  The 36-year-old fast bowler suffered a horrific cardiac arrest before his death.  He was the leading wicket taker for Islamabad in the 2017-18 Quiad-e-Azam Trophy with 26 wickets.

 

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