promising results from phase 2 trial using a common asthma medication
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It is a crime that western governments have suppressed the study and use of treatments in favor of vaccines with known severe short-term side effects and unknown long-term side effects. From @Covid19Crusher “The surprising map of the number of completed Covid-19 clinical trials by country to date. #1: Iran (109) #2: USA (43) #3: Spain (22) #4: Brazil/Russia (15) Shame on the West.” https://covid-nma.com/dataviz/
My child is a student at Notre Dame. It currently has a vaccination site on campus. The day before vaccinating began ND sent an email to the students coercing them to take the vaccine with a promise to relax some of the draconian restrictions and stating vaccination is required to return to campus in the fall.
My child reported to me today that half of the students she knows who have had the first shot have had to miss a day of activities stating they felt worse than they did in quarantine with the virus. The best part: students have been told not to report these symptoms on the ND symptom tracker because they would be considered virus infection symptoms and go into quarantine - no side effects “Here!.”
ND taught me how to question, research, read with intent, analyze, and act on moral and ethical principles. Therefore, I ask myself
If a vaccine helps the recipient to not get ill or get ill with less severe symptoms, can an interaction with an unvaccinated person affect the health of that person?
If someone already had an illness, is there is a historical or scientific need for that person to be vaccinated as the vaccines have no more proof of long-term effectiveness as natural immunity?
If a vaccine has less than one year of safety data since first injected into living animals or people, often causes miserable side effects that are worse than the virus itself for a particular group of people who have already had high exposure to it, why should that group be mandated to take it?
My child has asked these questions (and, thankfully, knows the correct answers), but my child did not learn to do that at ND. Two questions I am asking myself are what has happened to my alma mater and should I continue to pay my child’s tuition?
It is a crime that western governments have suppressed studies of and are denying treatments in favor of vaccines with severe short-term side effects and unknown long-term side effects. From @CovidCrsher (https://covid-nma.com/dataviz/) "The surprising map of the number of completed Covid-19 clinical trials by country to date. #1: Iran (109) #2: USA (43) #3: Spain (22) #4: Brazil/Russia (15) Shame on the West."
I am trying to get the following post vaccination experiences at a college campus exposed:
I wonder if these results would generalize to other inhaled corticosteroids like Asmanex (mometasone furoate)?