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Long COVID – at least 65M people worldwide

Long COVID: major findings, mechanisms and recommendations
Hannah E. Davis, Lisa McCorkell, Julia Moore Vogel & Eric J. Topol 

nature reviews microbiology

Long COVID is an often debilitating illness that occurs in at least 10%
of severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2)
infections. More than 200 symptoms have been identifed with impacts
on multiple organ systems. At least 65 million individuals worldwide are
estimated to have long COVID, with cases increasing daily. Biomedical
research has made substantial progress in identifying various
pathophysiological changes and risk factors and in characterizing
the illness; further, similarities with other viral-onset illnesses such as
myalgic encephalomyelitis/chronic fatigue syndrome and postural
orthostatic tachycardia syndrome have laid the groundwork for
research in the feld. In this Review, we explore the current literature
and highlight key fndings, the overlap with other conditions, the
variable onset of symptoms, long COVID in children and the impact of
vaccinations. Although these key fndings are critical to understanding
long COVID, current diagnostic and treatment options are insufcient,
and clinical trials must be prioritized that address leading hypotheses.
Additionally, to strengthen long COVID research, future studies must
account for biases and SARS-CoV-2 testing issues, build on viral-onset
research, be inclusive of marginalized populations and meaningfully
engage patients throughout the research process.

Many of the clients we work with in our Photoanalysis Remote Rife Frequency Clinic have long COVID.

COVID-19 Vaccine Injury, Syndrome Not a Disease: FLCCC Conference Shares How to Treat It

The complex myriad of symptoms in people suspecting of COVID-19 vaccine injury has been given a new name and an extensive treatment protocol:

“Post-COVID-19 vaccines syndrome,” said Dr. Paul Marik, co-founder and Chief Science Officer of the Frontline COVID-19 Critical Care Alliance (FLCCC), on Oct. 15 at a conference in Orlando, Florida, aimed at education and sharing information on treating spike protein-induced health issues.

The Photoanalysis Remote Rife Clinic is specifically designed to help people with the multiple syndromes associated with COVID-19 and long COVID aftereffects. We were recently asked to work with an 86 year old women who went to emergency care and was told she could not come into the building and needed to wait outside on a park bench in sub-freezing weather. After an extended period of waiting with no-one showing up to help her she left. It is not a good idea to depend on a system that is crumbling and failing to help patients.

Follow the Science – COVID-19 Vaccine Mandates and the U.S. Military

Journal of American Physicians and Surgeons, Summer 2022

The Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 mRNA preparation
BNT162b2, now branded as Comirnaty™, is being mandated
for U.S. military forces. It is virtually identical to the original
and still highly controversial Pfizer-BioNTech BNT162b2 mRNA
On Aug 24, 2021, after consultation with medical experts
and military leaders and with the support of the White House,
Secretary of Defense Lloyd J. Austin III stated that mandatory
COVID-19 vaccinations for service members are necessary to
protect the health and readiness of the force.
This policy demonstrates a profound misunderstanding
of the SARS-CoV-2 virus, the mRNA vaccines, and the current
COVID-19 pandemic. The vaccination mandate will not
reliably protect the health of our U.S. Special Operations air
and ground forces and the intelligence agencies that support
them. Instead, this mandate has the potential to generate
both short and long-term incapacitating side effects within
the age group that typifies Special Operations soldiers and
contractors. Alternatively, it may increase the severity of
COVID-19 in some fully vaccinated personnel who are later
infected with one of the continuously evolving SARS-CoV-2
viral clades.

Frequency research has shown all those vaccinated may have compromised immune systems. Return to normal function can be achieved by running vaccine contaminant frequencies. All clients are tested for these frequencies and they have been released under the Creative Commons Share and Share Alike License so anyone can benefit. Click here for free access.

Real Science: DNA Analysis of COVID Strain Evolution in a Single Body

MARCH 12, 2021

Dispatch 14: Covid Crystal Ball

Last summer, at a hospital in England, a man in his 70s being treated for complications with cancer tested positive for covid-19. He had lymphoma, and the disease plus his drugs weakened his immune system, making him particularly susceptible to the virus. He wasn’t too bad off, considering, and was sent home. That was Day 1. This is the story of what the doctors witnessed, over the course of his illness: the evolution of covid-19 inside his body. Before their eyes, they get a hint of what might be to come in the pandemic. This episode was reported by Molly Webster. Special thanks to Ravindra Gupta, Jonathan Li. Support Radiolab by becoming a member today at Want to learn more about some of the covid case studies? Here are a couple papers to get you started:The “U.K. Paper”, co-authored by Ravi Gupta, one of our sources for the episode: A case study out of Boston, co-authored by Dr. Jonathan Li, one of our sources for the episode: For more on immune suppression and covid-19, check out this amazing Scientific American article:

Frequency implications are that infection with COVID-19 causes multiple different mutated strain COVID infections creating symptoms in many different organ systems over time. Ongoing frequencies targeted at specific strains emerging are needed. Also in the case discussed, the patient ultimately died of pneumonia so coinfections must be eliminated simultaneuosly.

The “vaccine” which is an experimental genetic modification treatment not covered under the U.S. Vaccine act will likely suppress symptoms but not the ongoing evolution of COVID strains discussed in this episode.