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Long Story Short Episode 78: COVID Shots, Chronic Fatigue, and Altered Blood Markers

COVID Shots, Chronic Fatigue, and Altered Blood Markers

In this fascinating new study (October, 2023) researchers from Germany demonstrate that mRNA COVID-19 vaccines cause a long-term change in the immune profile, resulting in the immune system adjusting its biomarkers to accommodate for these changes. And, those individuals that fail to accommodate for the long-term vaccine-related immune changes end up with vaccine injuries. In other words, their immune system gets vaccine-related modifications on top of their existing baseline and this combined result leads to injury.

So what needs to be measured? IL-6/IL-8 levels and antibodies for angiontension II type I receptors (ATR1) and alpha2b adrenergic receptor (alpha2b-adr-R).

The researchers say in the study: “We present a set of observations that are potentially relevant for the understanding and diagnosis of PACVS, a dysautonomia syndrome associated with, and possibly triggered by, SARS-CoV-2 mRNA vaccination [1]: In healthy persons not affected by PACVS, the repertoire of receptor antibodies involved in cardiovascular regulation and immune homeostasis undergoes long-term adjustment following SARS-CoV-2 mRNA vaccination. The above adjustment seems blunted, absent or even inversed in persons who present clinical phenotypes of PACVS after SARS-CoV-2 mRNA vaccination.
PACVS-afflicted persons can be distinguished from individuals subjected to SARS-CoV-2 mRNA vaccination without developing PACVS based on serum levels of IL-6/IL-8 and antibodies against AT1R and α2b-adr-R.”

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