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Virus updates from the experts

COVID 19 Q/A: Roger Seheult & John Campbell: Lessons Learned and a Look Ahead MedCram – Medical Lectures Explained CLEARLY January 4, 2021, Youtube Professor Roger Seheult, MD and John Campbell, RN, PhD discuss important COVID-19 questions, review lessons learned … Continue reading

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Virus takes advantage of weak immune systems

sciencemag.org U.K. variant puts spotlight on immunocompromised patients’ role in the COVID-19 pandemic It’s simply too many mutations to have accumulated under normal evolutionary circumstances. It suggests an extended period of within-host evolution. By Kai Kupferschmidt,  Dec. 23, 2020 Reprinted … Continue reading

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Ivermectin should be used now for COVID-19

Doctors: Ivermectin Can Help Treat COVID: Will Anyone Listen? •Dec 14, 2020, TrialSite News Introducing the Physicians for Civil Defense: Prominent Doctors Know #Ivermectin can Help Treat COVID-19: Will Anyone Listen? A group calling itself Physicians for Civil Defense as … Continue reading

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Ivermectin prophylaxis for COVID-19

Ivermectin Placebo Controlled Trial And COVID-19: 4 Different Dosing Strategies Whiteboard Doctor December 3, 2020 Youtube channel In this video we will dive into a study that looked at variable dosing strategies of Ivermectin for COVID-19. This was a multicenter, … Continue reading

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Drug has antiviral and anticytokine effects

medscape.com Rationale for Baricitinib’s Use in COVID-19 Patients Demonstrated Stebbing said. “Our study of baricitinib shows that it has both antiviral and anticytokine effects and appears to be safe.” By Larry Beresford Reprinted from Medscape, December 1, 2020 Editor’s note: … Continue reading

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Vaccine mathematics are discouraging

medpagetoday.com How Many Might Die Even With a COVID Vaccine? Recall that the Pfizer vaccine is claimed to be 95% effective, so 5% of the vaccinated population will get no benefit and will still be at risk for catching COVID-19. … Continue reading

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Vaccine requires Antarctica temperatures

npr.org Why Does Pfizer’s COVID-19 Vaccine Need To Be Kept Colder Than Antarctica? Both the Moderna and Pfizer vaccine candidates use a new approach to unlock the body’s immune defenses. The approach uses messenger RNA, or mRNA, to turn a … Continue reading

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Effective prevention and treatment of COVID-19

I-MASK+   Protocol provides prophylaxis and early treatment for COVID-19 Interview with Dr. Paul Marik and Dr. Pierre Kory  

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