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I only knew David by his words and this is such a gut punch that that I don't know what to say except it really hurts.
Africa, Parts of Asia, South America especially the area of greatest poverty--watch out! "It's likely we will see vaccine approvals outside the United States -- where the regulatory approvals may not necessarily be as stringent -- in a quicker time period than even the 18-month period we've discussed," Shulkin said. "Now, whether that will be safe to commercialize and to make available to masses in the population of the United States, that will be a separate issue,"
John your last comment is going to what I think an important discussion we could be having--"What Are Our Policy/Health Recommendations." What is the role of Government? The administration's task force doesn't reflect the broad knowledge and wisdom of AOA and its commenters. AOA would have for a moment in time the voice and presence of MSM. These policy recommendations would be based on there likely will not be a vaccine that would gain the deserved trust most of us don't have or even a minimally effective toxic therapeutic drug (i.e. Remdesivir). I still haven't concluded the exact origins of sars-cov-2, but I would definitely be putting an end to labs who tinker with these viruses. They are accidents waiting to happen because they are operated by humans at the extreme edge of risk. I want to know how we move from where we are today, without shaming, with positive reinforcement of sensible ideas, that don't send us into a dystopian Gatesland?
I wonder if anyone is compiling the drugs the elderly are on who succumb to their battle with the virus. How many are taking proton pump inhibitors and if that figures into impaired microbiota and being woefully deficient in vitamin D-3. That's data I would like to see.
Hard to find the best excerpt from The Intercept article Cover of Mass Death, Andrew Cuomo "Democracy — inconvenient public engagement in the designing of critical institutions and public spaces — has been the single greatest obstacle to the vision Schmidt has been advancing." I think this article goes to heart of why many of us feel "the threat" of this all encompassing crisis to be used
Yes Cliff, Cia does have an interesting name which from my perspective translates to Confident, Intelligent, Articulate. I think Cia would serve this country on the policy level, better than those who currently make policy who lack her broad depth and personal experience with so many things in the health arena which were not white, but indeed black.
Anne, Thank you so much. If it weren't for this transcript, I wouldn't have been able to carve out the time to watch and listen. Thank you thank you thank you!
David you are such a vital member of "our" family. I send you all the healing energy that I posses for your speedy, complete and full recovery. You are loved, missed and needed.
Until relatively recently, (last year) I had not heard of Dr. Shiva Ayyadurai. I heard him in an interview on Coast to Coast and he seemed to be claiming a lot of 'singular' accomplishments in the Health Freedom Movement, that based on my awareness is perhaps seriously undeserved. Johnny Come Lately comes to mind. So does Schmuck.
Cait, All Good Points. I was looking for the dose of Vitamin C used in the Bershteyn study--where did you find it? Was there a head to head comparison of HCQ to vitamin C? I once asked two nurse's aids staffing in a skilled nursing facility--a really good one-- if they ever saw themselves being there. One said, "he preferred to be eaten by a bear," and the other said something about watching a beautiful sunset intending to OD on some heavy duty drugs.
This is a Rutgers student newspaper written a Rutgers student contributing writer. And the only reason it got any ink was because Zahorodny is a Rutgers expert. It would be interesting to know what Joanne Chung's personal experience is with autism. She's probably in her early 20's and grew up with the rise in autism and it might be "just autism" and its no big deal. Did any MSM interview Zahorodny? NO. Its just autism and we have been conditioned to ignore the epidemic. Its inflicted; not contagious.
Jeanne J you mentioned, " I think many people get the importance of these vitamins to our health." Yet I haven't heard any one of the left-leaning MSM pundits or doctors mention let alone discuss what is so obvious to many of us. MSM bought and paid for by conventional-medical-dogma. Things are so bassackwards in this country.
Can anyone offer any more substance to this sentence, "although we have since found out that he tried and failed buy the exclusive rights to the WHO-approved test kit from the German company that developed it, and then retaliated against them -- and us -- by refusing to order it from them when the virus went global."? I would appreciate more information. Thanks
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Kim, I hope you know that your words have kept many of us afloat.
The MSM will declare there are no (specific) treatments for covid19, end of story. What About Non-specific Treatments? I have yet to hear from NBC, CBS, ABC, NPR, PBS, or Fox that you might want to increase your daily intake of vitamin-C, Vitamin-D etc which likely would enhance your body's ability to with stand the covid 19 experience you are likely to encounter. I wonder how many of these MSM pundits go home and google vitamin C and have done what many have done and increased their intake as a hedge?
Angus, apparently that "editorial" article was first published as an EPUB on February 28th. Don't know if this is a "what do you think and when did you think it." Covid-19 - Navigating the Uncharted. - NCBI › pubmed by AS Fauci - ‎2020 - ‎Cited by 13 N Engl J Med. 2020 Mar 26;382(13):1268-1269. doi: 10.1056/NEJMe2002387. Epub 2020 Feb 28. Covid-19 - Navigating the Uncharted. Fauci AS(1), Lane ...
I see in the 2 trillion relief package there is this: "$11 billion for vaccines, therapeutics, diagnostics and other medical needs". My hunch is that there is not a penny for NCCIH.
Mark, if anything "the we"* have failed you. *the things we used to believe that deserved our respect and trust.... Breathing works for me when I remember.
Toggle Commented Mar 22, 2020 on Time to Breathe at AGE OF AUTISM
"The board, which operates separately from the newsroom, proceeds on the presumption that serious, non-partisan, intellectually honest engagement with the world is a requirement of good citizenship." One of things I learned about business is that you promote what you are not-- Los Angeles Times case in point. The same holds true for NPR and their mission statement. In order to test and ensure that vaccines are safe and effective, researchers typically conduct experiments on animals, usually mice. Though some labs are experimenting with ferrets and monkeys for this virus, mice are cheap and plentiful. But researchers can't use ordinary mice. That's because the coronavirus doesn't make mice sick. Humans have to genetically engineer them to be susceptible to the virus. But it seems there are no such mice to be found. The problem is that the genetically altered mice that researchers need have been on ice for the past few years, says Cat Lutz, senior director of the Jackson Laboratory Mouse Repository in Bar Harbor, Maine. It's not feasible to keep the thousands of varieties of engineered mice alive in cages, so instead, mice sperm and embryos are kept frozen in cryopreservation tanks. Lutz says it's similar to what you'd find in a human in vitro fertilization clinic. A mouse hunt The Jackson Laboratory, a nonprofit that breeds and sells animals to scientists, has over 11,000 varieties of mice material on ice. But they didn't have the one that coronavirus researchers needed with the humanized ACE2 gene. The question was, who did? "We looked around the literature and noticed that there was a mouse model that was made in 2007 just for that purpose," Lutz tells NPR's Renee Montagne. "And that purpose was really to study coronavirus infections. The mice at that time were used for SARS, which is another coronavirus-related illness." Lutz's lab reached out to Dr. Stanley Perlman, a coronavirus specialist at the University of Iowa's medical school. He sent Lutz his lab's unused frozen sperm, which was used to impregnate mice in the Jackson labs. The first batch of new mice was born March 2. But producing enough mice to meet the demand takes time, and some help from Mother Nature. "Gestation time is about three weeks and then it takes another three weeks for the mice to reach adulthood and be weaned from their mom," Lutz says. "Then it's another couple of weeks for them to be sexually mature. So, all in all, the generation time for a mouse is about 12 weeks." Lutz has been able to complete multiple in vitro fertilizations, striving to meet initial orders for more than 3,000 mice from at least 50 different labs "We're going to literally have hundreds and hundreds of mice on the ground in a very short period of time," says Lutz, "which we will then put into breeding that will basically meet the demand of the scientific community in very short order." Cryopreservation tanks inside the Jackson Laboratory Tiffany Laufer/The Jackson Laboratory Human testing begins
A Griffin, Dr. Moskowitz is referring to the homeopathically prepared gelsimium in a 30c potency which at that dilution is much different in its action than the plant itself.
Vaxxus, I was thinking about the synergism between thimerasol (in what ever amount) and aluminum (in increasing amounts).
Toggle Commented Mar 11, 2020 on Autism 27 Years Later Part 2 at AGE OF AUTISM
Vaxxus--welcome to Age of Autism. There's a lot to know. By the way have you read the Simpsonwood Transcript or Exley's work?
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Vaxxus we need to focus on everything vaccine; past, present and future. Thimerasol was dealt with politically and PR; anything but scientifically.
Toggle Commented Mar 9, 2020 on Autism 27 Years Later Part 2 at AGE OF AUTISM
Teresa, my first thought came from my reaction to the disclaimer. There should be a disclaimer on almost everything we read coming out of medicine regarding what is practiced on us in the name of health. My second thought would be a disclaimer on the CDC site which might read something like this: NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY INJURIES, CHRONIC ILLNESSES OR DEATH FROM THE PRODUCTS THE CDC RECOMMENDS. IN CASE OF INJURIES OR CHRONIC ILLNESS, SEE TERESA CONRICK @ AGE OF AUTISM. And.............. #8 In answer to 1-7, See Age of Autism 2007-2020
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