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Hepatitis After Vaccination and COVID Q & A 21 on America Out Loud PULSE
Discovery of reverse transcription of the Pfizer–BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine mRNA code into liver cell DNA. We have now reported fatal hepatitis C reactivation after COVID-19 vaccination with Pfizer–BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine. This raises the concern that the history of COVID-19 vaccination is not being presented or considered in these cases. It should be clear that when serious medical problems arise, in each and every case, there must be accounting for both the SARS-CoV-2 respiratory infection as well as COVID-19 vaccination in the case record. Both give exposure to the Spike protein, which is known to be injurious to every cell line that it touches.
Additionally, the Spike protein damages the endothelial cells that line blood vessels, and it directly causes blood clotting even in the absence of platelets; thus, blood vessel injury and clotting, which is common to many acute organ injury syndromes, should be considered a complication of SARS-CoV-2 infection and or COVID-19 vaccination until proven otherwise.
> Referenced paper on the show: Urticaria 12 Days After COVID-19 mRNA Booster Vaccination
Here are a few examples of the kind of questions that we will address on the program today ⏤
Jen – Can one take Paxlovid along with Ivermectin and/or hydroxychloroquine for early treatment, or should a person make a choice?
Maryann – I am a 75 yr. old woman in good health and tested positive today for covid. I started with symptoms yesterday: headache, low-grade fever, slight cough now and then. I called my primary care doctor and asked about the monoclonal infusion and was told because I was unvaccinated, I did not qualify. I started taking hydroxychloroquine, Zinc and a zpac and am also using the povidone nasal spray every 4 hours. My doctor prescribed Paxlovid for me but I am nervous about using it, so I am looking for advice on whether to continue what I have started or take the Paxlovid. I also take Vitamin D3 and C.
Colette – My 17-year-old son is hell-bent on joining the armed forces. I am seeking a medical exemption for the covid vaccination, as well as from all vaccines. He has never received one. I need actual data to support my decision. Where can I find this data?
Paul – My son will be a freshman in college next fall, and the university is still demanding students be vaxxed. Any advice on which vax to take?
Winnie – Thank YOU for being the truthful source I can rely upon regarding Covid!! How come CDC/FDA still approves a second booster this day? Given today’s data, how those emergency vaccines did not work on Omicron at all, as evidenced by South Korea with 93%+ as fully-vaccinated with a booster yet with highest Covid infections?
Anthony – Hello from Western Australia; I’m reviewing the assessment report the TGA issued with the Australian rollout of Novavax and came across the below comment in the studies mentioned. “The study includes a blinded crossover period beginning three months following the second dose during which subjects who initially received Nuvaxovid would be revaccinated with two doses of placebo given 21 days apart. Similarly, subjects who initially received placebo would be revaccinated with two doses of Nuvaxovid.” Does this mean the control group was vaccinated after 3 months, and if so, how do they get long-term safety data?
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