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COVID and Monkeypox Discussion with Dr. Tommy Zaharakis

COVID and Monkeypox Discussion with Dr. Tommy Zaharakis

Dr. Tommy Zaharakis is an internist in Rancho Mirage, California and is affiliated with multiple hospitals in the area, including Loma Linda University Medical Center and Veterans Affairs Loma Linda Healthcare System. He received his medical degree from New York Medical College and has been in practice for more than 20 years.

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  1. Monkepox has been around for 50 years in Africa and it wasn't a problem, now all of a sudden it is why? Monkepox is almost like the shingles which is one of the known adverse effects from the jab.

  2. So they use vitamin D and melatonin in hospital, but people who took it were kind of ridiculed. If it had something to do with helping people not end up in the hospital, governements should have given them away free and scream from mountin tops for people to see their vitamin D levels.

  3. I had Covid19 Delta Variant in November 2021. It started in my throat and moved into my left lung very fast. I lost all sense of taste and smell. I was severely ill for several months. It took me a long time to get my strength back. I’m 62 years old and I haven’t ever experienced an illness like that before. It was bad. My doctors didn’t want to put me in the hospital. He said that it would be even worse there. I’m doing much better now but I still have feelings of complete exhaustion that comes over me. I just rest or sleep for a while and then I’m much better. Take good care Everybody.♥️

  4. So, the ONLY explanation for the large uptick in admissions (says Dr Zaharakis) is that complications arise as a result of having contracted covid? Really? Consultants are scratching their heads, completely at a loss, trying to explain the larger than normal number of people presenting with heart attack, kidney failure , stroke etc. God help us!

  5. It seems the doctor has avoided discussing: 1. The uptick in heart issues being related to anything else besides covid infection; 2. Remdesivir (check 30:45 & 48:00) which was a widely accepted treatment but those who looked at the data found them to have been ineffective or dangerous even. Both these would uncover questionable relationships between medical authorities & pharmaceutical companies.

  6. his possible monkeypox protocol was his research for possible treatment. Dr Been said that was his treatment for it. His guest did not indicate that he had seen/treated any patients with the monkeypox.

  7. Why are they at the hospital if they're asymptomatic? COVID exacerbates pre-existing conditions also. I had a friend who was pretty young with COPD. Wasn't on constant oxygen. Managed well. Got vaccinated early on. Got COVID 3 times afterwards. The last 2 times he got Omicron back to back. Hospitalized. After 2 weeks leaving from hospital, supposedly recovered, he died. They didn't attribute it to COVID. If he hadn't gotten COVID I seriously doubt he would be dead. So to me, COVID killed him. Sorry.

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