H/t reader John.
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Have they ever stop? The answer is yes; officially, at least. But unofficially, experimenting with lethal viruses did not stop.
Under Trump, the US government lifted a moratorium imposed by the Obama administration on financing directed to experiments with lethal viruses.
In other words, it opens the door to a series of controversial trials that can turn viruses into a deadly weapon, something that was banned since 2014 by Barack Obama.
The measure unlocks the manipulation and reinforcement of pathogens such as respiratory syndrome due to the Middle East coronavirus (MERS), influenza or the acute and severe respiratory syndrome (SARS) and extends this type of method to other viruses such as Ebola.
Judy A. Mikovits, Ph.D., is a research scientist, as well as the co-author of the recently released ground-breaking book, Plague. Mikovits has spent a lifetime studying autoimmune and neuroimmune diseases, cancer, and other conditions caused by chronic inflammation. Specifically, she’s been studying retroviruses and how they contribute to the onset of these life-altering conditions. And in a recent article, Mikovits sheds some light one of the most concerning aspects of retroviruses: their unsuspecting place in vaccines.
And what could possibly go wrong?
Scientists have re-created a relative of the smallpox virus in a lab, from scratch.
This virus, called the horsepox virus, is not harmful to humans, but the new findings suggest that it’s possible for people to make the deadly smallpox virus in a lab. That virus was eradicated from the world in 1980, according to the journal Science.
Re-creating the horsepox virus wasn’t a trivial feat, but it did not require extensive resources, either. The researchers ordered the DNA fragments they used to make the virus from a company that makes DNA pieces for researchers, with made-to-order sequences, and sends them through the mail. In total, the project cost $100,000 and took six months, Science reported. [The 9 Deadliest Viruses on Earth]
Move over, Lyme disease: there’s another tick-borne illness in town, and it is dangerous and the number of cases is increasing.
Liam Phillips was five months old when his battle with the rare and debilitating illness began. His mother, Desiree Phillips, recently discussed the family’s ordeal with ABC57.
With the advent of flu season, many Americans feel they have no choice but to brace themselves for an inevitable bout of coughing, aching, feverish misery. It turns out that the much-touted flu vaccine that is being pushed unceasingly by federal health authorities may not be so effective after all. (Not to mention its hefty helpings of neurotoxins and contamination with the weed-killer glyphosate)
Thankfully, there is a better way: With an assist from a safe, natural plant-based compound, you can boost your body’s immunity and combat viral infections – including influenza A and B.
Quercetin: A natural disease-fighting powerhouse antioxidant
Quercetin is a bioflavonoid and potent antioxidant found in plants, where it functions to help them survive harsh weather conditions, while warding off infections and blight. Quercetin’s strong antibacterial, antifungal and antiviral properties make it a very promising treatment for combatting infections in humans as well.