AgTalk Home
AgTalk Home
Search Forums | Classifieds (52) | Skins | Language
You are logged in as a guest. ( logon | register )

Vaccine effectiveness based on all cause mortality
View previous thread :: View next thread
   Forums List -> Kitchen TableMessage format
 
John Burns
Posted 11/17/2021 10:25 (#9325473 - in reply to #9324873)
Subject: Remdesivir



Pittsburg, Kansas
The strange thing about Remdesivir is it is an anti viral (not to mention toxic and causes organ damage).

Thing is, by day 7 or 8 viral replication is largely over. An anti viral is not going to do much. The viral remnants are by then causing the problems of excessive inflammation. So anti inflammatory drugs like steroids (and Ivermectin to a lesser degree) are useful.

So in most hospital settings it is already too late for the toxic Remdesivir to do much if any good. It would need to be used earlier during the viral replication stage. So not only is the drug toxic and damaging itself, it is given too late to do good and adds to the bodies already high stress and inflammatory state.

By the time a person is sick enough to be hospitalized, remdesivir only provides negative benefits.

Remdesivir was originally a potential AIDS drug. It was pulled from trials because of excessive deaths compared to placebo group. They trotted it back out under emergency use for covid.

Criminal in my opinion.

If you get this vaccine you won't get Covid -- Joe Biden.

Edited by John Burns 11/17/2021 11:48
Top of the page Bottom of the page


Jump to forum :
Search this forum
Printer friendly version
E-mail a link to this thread

(Delete cookies)