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Are there alternatives for COVID-19 treatments?

Editor’s note: The headline on this story has been updated to better reflect the content of the letter.

To the Editor,

Let’s listen to scientific researchers:

Janci Chunn Lindsay, Ph.D., managing director of Toxicology and Molecular Biology Toxicology Support Services, holds a doctorate in biochemistry and molecular biology from the University of Texas. Lindsay has 30 years of scientific experience with an emphasis on the study of inhalation toxicology and has stated to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention that “… the vaccinated, not, the unvaccinated spread the mutant variants … The solution would be to stop vaccinating … and start treating everyone at high risk and those not at high risk who are symptomatic with safe and effective hydroxychloroquine and ivermectin until the virus is driven out.” This would stop the replication and transmission of the spiked protein in the vaccinated.

French virologist and Nobel Laureat Luc Montagnier called mass vaccination against COVID-19 an “unacceptable mistake.” He explains that the viruses are under pressure to mutate in the face of vaccinations. Therefore, the viruses are forced to develop variants to attack the human population. Since the vaccines have been introduced in January, contamination from new infections and deaths have skyrocketed.

Robert Malone, an American physician, virologist, immunologist and inventor of the mRNA vaccine, warns that COVID vaccines are causing the virus to become more infectious. Data suggests vaccinated people have higher viral loads compared to the unvaccinated, which confirms antibody-dependent enhancement, and the government must immediately stop vaccine rollouts. Malone emphasizes that there is no scientific basis for implementing mandatory vaccinations or vaccine passports.

Judy Mikovitz, who has a Ph.D. in molecular biology and is a medical researcher, and Dr. Sherri Tenpenny, an integrated medicine physician who is board-certified in three specialties, are outspoken regarding the adverse impacts of COVID vaccines. Both advocate a possible antidote to transmission of those vaccinated called Suramin — an isolated compound originally derived from the extraction of white pine needle oil that has been available for 100 years. It has been used for African Sleeping Sickness (caused by a parasite), river blindness and autism. The oil in white pine needle tea inhibits inappropriate replication and modification of RNA and DNA and inhibits blood platelet aggregation and clotting.

Dr. Joe Nieusma, a toxicologist with 30 years of experience, recommends that vaccinated and unvaccinated take high doses of vitamin D3 and vitamin C or carbon 60 , which is stronger than C and is black seed oil that has been used therapeutically for centuries. Zinc kills the virus, and Quercetin opens the door and allows zinc to prevent illness.

Dr. Bryan Ardis, the CEO of Ardis Labs, recommends a daily COVID vaccine protocol:10,000 mg of vitamin C; 10,000 IU of vitamin D3; 500-1000 mg of magnesium caltrate or magnesium chloride; and 200 mcg of selenium. Dr. Vladimir Zelenko, nominated for the Noble Peace Prize, has similar protocols and indicates COVID-19 is a disease of the vitamin D deficient.

Are you willing to implement the research of these scientists?

Are you ready to listen to COVID vaccine concerns and incorporate natural antidotes and vitamin recommendations?

Mary Lucille Smith

Wintersville

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