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6 thoughts on “Coronavirus: Who is controlling your information? (PODCAST)”

  1. Thanks for this enlightening podcast. I am 74 and have refused to take the flu shot because of the mercury or aluminum in it and at one time thought is was only 10% effective in the elderly. Well I read the February 14, 2005 “Impact of Influenza Vaccination on Seasonal Mortality in the US Elderly Population” study verifying for me it is just a waste for me to take the shot. Vitamin D3, Omega 3 and Magnesium and extra Zinc in flu season protects me well. Haven’t had a cold or flu for 10 years. On the Corona Virus please consider interviewing Chris Martenson at PeakProsperity (check videos on YouTube). He has done a great job is telling us what is going on and what our Medical Industrial Complex is not doing on informing us. Oh and his background and education in the medical field makes him qualified.

    1. Martenson was trained in toxicology–not virology. He is, in fact, not at all qualified to make the claims he does.

  2. Sharyl, another consideration is to interview John M. Barry who wrote the book “The Great Influenza”.It sheds a light on the 1918-1919 influenza that maybe killed 100 million people worldwide. How it spread and the inaction of politicos and officials added to the spread. Coronvirus now identified as COVID-19 is not influenca or sars, but how we manage it is exactly how China is managing it. We need to be made mentally aware what to expect. It is about the money though. We are on our own; fat, dumb and happy!

  3. I want to add some confounding factors related to Influenza. My clinic’s current nasal swab for influenza has ~90% sensitivity. Our prior swabs a few years ago were closer to ~50% sensitive. In other words, for every 10 people who truly have the flu, only 9 of them will actually have a positive swab (or 5 of them with the older study).

    This leaves physicians keenly aware there are always a cohort of patients with influenza whose swabs will miss it! The H1N1 came through before some of the newer swabs, so frontline testing was well-known to be inaccurate. Clinical diagnosis for a viral illness is often done since seldom are effective treatments available.

    Symptoms of several viruses overlap with symptoms for influenza, including Adenovirus, Respiratory syncytial virus, Metapneumovirus, Parainfluenzavirus, various Enteroviruses, and more.

    Early halting of formal testing for Influenza may merely have been a practical conideration, reflecting the real limits of available testing, as opposed to anything nefarious or underhanded.

    Obviously, whatever the reasons, it unfortunately taints any conclusions born from available data.

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