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Feb 24, 2022Liked by James Lyons-Weiler

Fascinating, thanks!

Hypervitaminosis A or D also affect immune cell differentiation, as do topical creams containing retinol or retinoic acid.

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Feb 24, 2022Liked by James Lyons-Weiler

Wonderful easy to understand article. I also don’t think we can leave out the massive amounts of biologics that have been prescribed over the past two decades.

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I've been struggling to understand how these interactions occur in people who have autoimmune conditions but are on immunosuppressants/immunomodulatory drugs, for example, theoretical mechanism of action of sequestering lymphocytes in the lymph nodes

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Feb 24, 2022Liked by James Lyons-Weiler

"If people who do not survive have" has a duplicate "not," I believe.

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Question: how common is LHC? Many people I speak with who are resistant to letting go of their covid-hysteria are concerned about LHC developing more widely as time goes on. Is this a real concern? Are there (good) studies that have considered this question? Thanks for your work!

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I was wondering the same thing. A lot of articles in corporate media say it's approximately 20-25%, with some saying 50% of people who had covid develop LHC. And they say it's not correlated with covid illness severity. I didn't read the studies these percentages are based on tho.

I wonder how much of a role the vaccines play in LHC.

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Hello again.

There are a number of causes of LHC symptoms, but compare the symptoms of "mild", ie non-fatal myocarditis. Certainly has been seen with "Vaxxes", and also symptomatic Covid. Remember that the spike protein, "natural" or

Vaxx"- induced is an endothelial toxin, which allows protean manifestations.

Watch very carefully for clinical diagnostic criteria, sampling, and honesty in conclusions in any reports you find. Any report which does not include my "unfavourite" test, D-Dimer, is not looking for the right thing.

Dr. Weiler's exposition of the CD8+ T-cells is also relevant, certainly not available in Canadian clinical usage, but is tracked in HIV treatment.

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Thanks! 👍🏼💜

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You nailed it, doc. Immune health is the key to how a person responds to both the virus itself, and the inoculation. Genetic predisposition to cytokine storms is also a factor.

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Something that's missing from conversations about how the narrative overstate dangers to make everyone afraid, and (insert statistic about low mortality rate, then disclaimer of unless you're old or sick - which a lot of people are), is the many people who end up with long covid. Of course it's still true that they overstate dangers to make everyone afraid, and these injections do far more harm than good, but still, it's reasonable to not think of this lab altered virus like a cold / flu.

Of course early treatment - being prepared with FLCCC's just in case kit advice - makes long covid less likely -- but I'd like to know more about how-much-less-likely .. (?)

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James, we already know from previous (honest) work on what is going on with the "Full CDC childhood vaccine schedule" that children are horribly toxic on aluminum during their first months of life. Aluminum injections are KNOWN to cause "autoimmune" illnesses and are used to generate them experimentally in laboratory animals. If this is correct, then wouldn't this be an additional reason why younger COVID-19 gene therapy injection recipients would have far worse outcomes upon injection than older people who: 1. Did not receive as many aluminum injections and 2. Have better trained immune systems via natural childhood infections and better diets in youth?

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