An international team of physicians and scientists — including our own Dr. Paul Marik — recently completed the first peer-reviewed research into the available treatment options for long COVID-19 and COVID-19 vaccine injury, which will lay the groundwork for a better understanding and potential future treatments for the two conditions.
The study, published this week in the MDPI journal, Microorganisms, cited the vascular harm commonly seen as a result of COVID-19 illness or after receiving a COVID-19 vaccine and the need for therapies for both direct and indirect treatment to counter the effects of the spike protein from COVID-19.
Dr. Tess Lawrie, MBBCh, Ph.D., a co-author of the study and co-founder of the World Council for Health, said, “This research shows that there is clear scientific evidence that both long COVID and the COVID vaccines are responsible for spike protein-induced conditions that will require a significant investment of resources before we fully understand these conditions and how to treat them most effectively.”
Dr. Marik said the research study, which was crowd-funded by public donations through the World Council for Health, “… should educate others on the reality of these conditions and how they can be treated.”
Editor’s Note: The importance of this first-of-its-kind research cannot be overstated. It remains to be seen if “unconvinced” physicians and scientists around the world recognize the research integrity with which this study was conducted — leading to its publication in a highly-respected medical journal. Those who fail to acknowledge its unassailable findings have most likely lost their ability to recognize true science. Perhaps that’s because their capacity to think for themselves has been critically disabled by months of blindly following the endless “detour-or-die” signs… each one posted along scientifically safe roadways. Yet there were the decoys… blocking the “safe to proceed” signals… and warning of imminent catastrophe if not heeded. Turning off the road led to only one place: A head-on collision with disaster. Questioning the fraudulent signs on roads that they and their colleagues had traveled before — and knew to be safe — would have certainly saved countless lives. — JK
“Importantly, this statement from the Supreme Court comes as so many other agencies, intellectuals, and journalists are in flat-out denial of what happened to the country,” wrote the Brownstone Institute in the story.
Said Justice Gorsuch, in part:
“Since March 2020, we may have experienced the greatest intrusions on civil liberties in the peacetime history of this country.
“Decisions produced by those who indulge no criticism are rarely as good as those produced after robust and uncensored debate. Decisions announced on the fly are rarely as wise as those that come after careful deliberation. Decisions made by a few often yield unintended consequences that may be avoided when more are consulted. Autocracies have always suffered these defects. Maybe, hopefully, we have relearned these lessons too.”
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