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(F*#k) ADE In SARS-COV-2 Infection Causing Fiery Death of Monocytes

ADE In SARS-COV-2 Infection Causing Fiery Death of Monocytes (F*#k)

This remarkable study by the researchers from the Boston Children’s Hospital demonstrates that possibility of antibody dependent enhancement (ADE) in severe COVID patients. Let’s review.

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URL list from Thursday, Apr. 7 2022

DrBeen talk on ADE. Of course we should correct my statements that ADE is not observed with SARS-COV-2. It was accurate at that time. There now is potential proof of ADE.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qOLksb6PMoA&ab_channel=DrbeenMedicalLectures

FcγR-mediated SARS-CoV-2 infection of monocytes activates inflammation | Nature
https://www.nature.com/articles/s41586-022-04702-4

Pyroptosis – Wikipedia
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pyroptosis#:~:text=Pyroptosis%20is%20a%20highly%20inflammatory,part%20of%20the%20antimicrobial%20response.

NLRP3 – Wikipedia
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/NLRP3

Sentinel cell – Wikipedia
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sentinel_cell

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  1. Hmmm. When mRNA drugs were first forced on to the worlds populous many doctors and scientists warned of induced ADE and they are being proven correct. The ailments and diseases we are niw seeing are being attributed to " long covd " and the virus to mask reality and the truth. Just wait for the upcoming next round of mandatory jabs to be ordered… its coming soon

  2. From a therapeutic standpoint, might the consumption of foods and supplements known for their anti-oxidant or anti-inflammatory effects (as well as avoiding those sugars and fats that encourage inflammation) possibly help the body to deal with this? If diet and other health practices can lessen inflammation, might that lessen the likelihood or effects of ADE?

  3. Thanks DrBeen. Follow up on your words that only 6% of monocytes + Covid19 + antibodies caused ADE and then Cytokine Storm. What is the final outcome? Can't 94% of monocytes beat 4% of infected warrior monocytes?

  4. Sars COVID is a parasitical enhanced infection…let those words sink in… that's why all antiinflammatories work wonders in dealing with this. Vd3, Vk2, Zinc, Quercetin, NAC, iver13mectin, good pH water. Ur cellphone is a powerful computer use it for research.

  5. Dr Been, can you please comment on the findings of the ‘Together’ Brazil/Canadian trial from NEJM on IVM as early Covid treatment .. maybe you already have but I can’t find it on YouTube so if so can you tell me if it’s available anywhere .. on Odyssee ? . thankyou ! 🙏🙏🙏

  6. If the Government , the CDC, and the WHO would Finally admit this was a genetically man made Virus made in a Lab for a Bio weapon of Mass Destruction , Maybe then they can get some insight on how to eradicate it. Maybe go Check out China's Wuhan Lab for the true antiserum.

  7. Cytokine Storm- if a person survives (can we survive a CS?), is there lasting effects? Any idea how long these effects could last? I was hospitalized 3 days w Covid. My D-dimer at admission (day 14 symptoms) was double normal. At 3 weeks (ER) after discharge D-dimer was twice normal level. At month 6-8 weeks (ER) D-dimer was still twice normal level.

  8. I've just done my own in house experiment on myself. 63 years old, hypertensive, overweight, thyroid nodules, pcos and insulin resistant, developed SARS -Cov 2 type BA.2 symptomatic with cough, sinus congestion, low grade fever, headache, swollen lymph nodes and sore throat. Started the I-MATH protocol as promoted by the FLCCC which included Quercetin, 500mg once a day, Vitamin C 1000mg twice a day, Vitamin D 4,000 units once a day, ASA 325mg once a day, Zinc 50mg once a day and Ivermectin 0.2mg/kg for five days. Day five complete clearance of all symptoms. Oxygenation levels never dropped below 92% at the worst point. Within 5 hours of taking the first dose of Ivermectin, I felt profoundly better. I also added turmeric capsules and Ibuprofen for anti-inflammatory properties. Also treated both my husband and pregnant daughter. Their symptoms resolved in 48 hours. No adverse side effects. I am very happy I did not have to submit myself to the medical industry

  9. This is exactly I protect myself from covid and vax too, and I never had it for 2 years, although full contact with a lot of people at work + public transport everyday
    I don't want to get infected with a bioweapon

  10. How would people who had bad mono as teens or in 20's be affected? Adults of any ages, right would this give a bad relaspes? I had a wicked case 30 years ago in my 20.

  11. My question would be, does this kill everyone that had it done to them or is this part of long covid or other complications we have after having covid, such as more inflammation then they ever had before in joints, or any other organ. What is the affect on our bodies besides death, or is it only death?

  12. Got covid pneumonia around Halloween. Was given Tocilizimab (a rheumatoid arthritis treatment shortly after entering hospital) and prednisone. Hospitalized until Thanksgiving. The last 6 weeks now I've been having systemic jojnt pain similar to rheumatoid arthritis. Blood work shows no indicators for reactive RA. Where do you go to find someone to help get over these secondary post covid symptoms?

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