Before the era of COVID-19, the medical community used to say: challenge. “There is no doubt that the COVID-19 vaccine injury syndrome will far surpass syphilis, sarcoidosis, amyloidosis or other systemic diseases to take the throne of the ‘great masquerade ball’.
In a recent issue of Current Neurology and Neuroscience Reports, Chatterjee and Chakravarty report on a wide range of central and peripheral nervous system syndromes that occur after COVID-19 vaccination.[i]
Because the vaccine contains lipid nanoparticles containing genetic material encoding a harmful spike protein, each patient faces a Russian roulette of whether to hemodynamically shower the nervous system with harmful vaccine particles. increase.
As an example of how the authors and editors distorted the paper on COVID-19 vaccination, the author’s abstract states that COVID-19 vaccination is still the “only weapon” we have against the disease. said. Completely ignoring the entire field of early treatment for SARS-CoV-2 will be forever regretted in hindsight. More worryingly, the authors say previous neurological disease is no reason to withhold vaccination.
As a senior and experienced academic physician, I can say that the authors and editors who accepted this paper demonstrate poor medical judgment. A good doctor would never see a patient with a neurological disease such as Guillain-Barré Syndrome or Multiple Sclerosis. They then administer novel genetic biologics known to cause further neurological damage without risking worsening disability or death. Authors and historians will revisit these words and bring some reflection and grief to patients suffering from this serious medical error of judgment.
If you develop new or worsening neurological disorders such as those shown in the figure after being vaccinated against COVID-19, consult a doctor and point them out. Tell them it wasn’t worth it. For you, the risks of vaccines have not outweighed the failed theoretical benefits of an easily treatable upper respiratory tract disease.
Reprinted from the author Substack
[i] Chatterjee A, Chakravarty A. Neurological complications after COVID-19 vaccination. Curr Neurol Neurosci Rep. 2022 Nov 29:1–14. Doi: 10.1007/s11910-022-01247-x. Epub before print. PMID: 36445631; PMCID: PMC9707152.