‘We are facing something not normal’: Healthy teen’s death after AstraZeneca shot astounds surgeon | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

‘We are facing something not normal’: Healthy teen’s death after AstraZeneca shot astounds surgeon

The surgeon who operated on a teenage girl who fell ill and died after receiving a COVID-19 vaccine was shocked by what he found.

Dr. Gianluigi Zona, director of the neurosurgery and brain trauma clinic of Genoa’s San Martino general hospital, said there was serious blood clotting in the brain of 18-year-old Camilla Canepa, who subsequently died of a cerebral hemorrhage.

“I had never seen a brain reduced in those conditions by a thrombosis so extensive and so serious,” the surgeon said.

Canepa had been transferred to the clinic at 5 a.m. June 6 after two CT scans at a hospital in Lavagna, near Genoa. According to the Italian Il Piccolo newspaper, the first scan, performed June 3 when the girl first went to a hospital complaining of severe headaches, did not show the blood clots. However, the second scan, performed shortly after the girl returned to the hospital late on the night of June 5, led to Camilla’s immediate transfer to San Martino. She was treated by the neurosurgeon on duty and the chief physician, who worked side by side at the operating table.

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