Immunosuppression Prevalence Doubled, Linked To Medication Use And COVID: Experts


FRIDAY, FEB 23, 2024 – Authored by Marina Zhang via The Epoch Times (emphasis ours), Between 2013 and 2021, rates of immunosuppression in adults have doubled, according to estimates from a Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) research letter. In 2021, an estimated 6.6 percent of U.S. adults were immunosuppressed. “This rate of immunosuppression was […]

Largest Covid Vaccine Study Yet Finds Links to Health Conditions


by Jason Gale Feb 20, 2024 Microsoft Start (Bloomberg) — Vaccines that protect against severe illness, death and lingering long Covid symptoms from a coronavirus infection were linked to small increases in neurological, blood, and heart-related conditions in the largest global vaccine safety study to date. The rare events — identified early in the pandemic — included a higher […]

No Lives Were Saved” by the COVID-19 Vaccine Injections Says Scientist Denis Rancourt


By Jim Hoft Feb. 18, 2024 via Daily Caller Canadian researcher Denis Rancourt studied the mortality rates in several countries following the COVID-19 global pandemic of 2020. According to Canadian physicist Denis Rancourt “NO LIVES WERE SAVED” by the COVID-19 vaccines. In fact, Rancourt and his fellow scientists found in their analysis that all-cause mortality INCREASED every time the […]

Determinants of COVID-19 vaccine-induced myocarditis


Jessica Rose, Nicolas Hulscher https://orcid.org/0009-0008-0677-7386 nichulscher@gmail.com, and Peter A. McCulloughView all authors and affiliations, https://doi.org/10.1177/20420986241226566 Abstract Background: Following the roll-out of the Pfizer-BioNTech BNT162b2, Moderna mRNA-1273, and Janssen Ad26.COV2.S coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) injections in the United States, millions of individuals have reported adverse events (AEs) using the vaccine adverse events reports system (VAERS). The objective of this analysis is to describe […]

Florida Grand Jury Releases Interim Report on COVID-19 Response Including COVID Vaccines, Says Response May Have Caused More Harm Than Good


By Jim Hᴏft Feb. 15, 2024 The State of Florida’s Grand Jury, which was set up to scrutinize the actions of pharmaceutical companies and medical entities during the COVID-19 vaccine rollout, has published an interim report, Granite Grok reported. While the report has yet to confirm any criminal wrongdoing by these organizations, it suggests that many of the […]

Long COVID can destroy your ability to exercise or do simple tasks — now we may know why


By Social Links for Adriana Diaz Published Feb. 16, 2024, Extreme fatigue and difficulty exercising are common symptoms of long COVID — now scientists may finally have discovered why. While most people who test positive for the coronavirus are over their symptoms within a week or two, more research is showing that some people continue to report symptoms — […]

How The COVID Virus Defends Itself From The Human Immune System


JAN 27, 2024 Authored by Amie Dahnke via The Epoch Times  Just how was the COVID-19 coronavirus so successful? The question has eluded scientists and medical professionals since the novel virus swept the globe in 2020, infecting over 700 million people and killing almost 7 million, according to official accounts. Now, a German research team believes […]

Navigating long COVID


Mark Elliott was vaccinated and boosted when he was exposed to COVID-19. A year later he’s still struggling with long COVID symptoms. Mark Elliott, Ph.D., is a 66-year-old associate professor in the department of biochemistry and molecular medicine at George Washington University who has been struggling with long COVID for the past year. Long COVID […]

Long COVID: major findings, mechanisms and recommendations


Hannah E. Davis, , Lisa McCorkell, Julia Moore Vogel, Eric J. Topol Nature Reviews Microbiology volume 21, pages133–146 (2023)Cite this article Abstract Long COVID is an often debilitating illness that occurs in at least 10% of severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) infections. More than 200 symptoms have been identified with impacts on multiple organ systems. At least 65 million individuals […]

New chronic Covid study offers insight into which immunocompromised patients are most at risk


By Elizabeth Cooney Jan. 24, 2024 Reprints You’ve heard of long Covid, a condition in which the acute infection subsides but troubling symptoms persist. Less well known is chronic Covid: The virus just doesn’t leave, sometimes staying in patients’ bodies long enough to mutate into new variants. This happens to people whose immune systems are compromised, whether […]