re: Long-Haul COVID
Back in 2020, some medical doctors were speculating about antibody dependent enhancement (ADE), such as Is a Coronavirus Vaccine a Ticking Time Bomb? and European Medical Agency (EMA) Receives Urgent Petition to Stop Vaccine.
ADE was raised as a concern back in 2020:
Antibody Dependent Enhancement (ADE) is a common problem with Dengue Virus, Ebola Virus, HIV, RSV, and the family of coronaviruses. In fact, this problem of ADE is a major reason why many previous vaccine trials for other coronaviruses failed. Major safety concerns were observed in animal models.
If ADE occurs in an individual, their response to the virus can be worse than their response if they had never developed an antibody in the first place. This can cause a hyperinflammatory response, a cytokine storm, and a generally dysregulation of the immune system that allows the virus to cause more damage to our lungs and other organs of our body. In addition, new cell types throughout our body are now susceptible to viral infection due to the additional viral entry pathway. There are many studies that demonstrate that ADE is a persistent problem with coronaviruses in general, and in particular, with SARS-related viruses...
Could the infection by many vaccinated people by the COVID Delta variant be related to ADE? Or just something more innocuous, such as declining/insufficient vaccine performance and/or insufficient immune system response to the vaccine?
Where do we stand on ADE today?
If ADE ( Antibody Dependent Enhancement) were a thing, wouldn’t we be seeing problems by now, what with ~160 million people now vaccinated? Is anything happening in that regard? Or might it takes longer, and show up in other ways besides COVID?
Robert W Malone MD, Inventor of mRNA vaccines strangely has not yet been canceled by Twitter. And he is sounding concerns about ADE and the COVID vaccines as of today, including rumors of higher levels of virus in vaccinated individuals.
ADE has happened with other vaccines in the past and is well documented. It now seems that ADE is here with us with at least Pfizer-vaccinated people, according to Dr Robert Malone, and that Pfizer protection is waning at 6 months, and those people are getting infected with the COVID Delta variant.
“Dr Fauci is being very disingenuous...the government is obfuscating what is happening here. What seems to be happening is the worst-case scenario... if the data are verified that the titers are higher in the blood of those who have been vaccinated, that would be the smoking gun for ADE... I’m the opposite of an anti-vaxxer, I am committed to safety and science” — Dr Robert Malone, inventor of mRNA vaccines.
If data and science existed any more, the questions above could be answered in at most a month or two. But I don’t live in the fantasy world where the CDC and FDA are going to do the science, let alone potentially reverse the vaccine program. Moreover, the CDC and FDA have been actively suppressing treatments that might work and are wholly comitted to the vaccine program.
Just today, President Biden has issued a mandate that all government employees must be vaccinated, doubling-down on what could be a disaster.
nature.com 09 September 2020
Data from the study of SARS-CoV and other respiratory viruses suggest that anti-SARS-CoV-2 antibodies could exacerbate COVID-19 through antibody-dependent enhancement (ADE). Previous respiratory syncytial virus and dengue virus vaccine studies revealed human clinical safety risks related to ADE, resulting in failed vaccine trials.
ADE has been observed in SARS, MERS and other human respiratory virus infections including RSV and measles, which suggests a real risk of ADE for SARS-CoV-2 vaccines and antibody-based interventions. However, clinical data has not yet fully established a role for ADE in human COVID-19 pathology...
WIND: is anyone in government even looking for signs of a problem? Seems like looking for issues of any kind is a good way to get fired or reassigned on today’s climate of character assassination for raising questions that question the narrative.