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I tried every way I could to convince my wife not to have more than the two initial Pfizer shots we had at the end of Jan 2021 ending in Feb 15, 2021. Forced her to sit down and watch successful early treatments in Imperial Valley CA and Honduras. To no avail. She went ahead and got 2 more shots.

Now she is suffering from bursitis and tendonitis. Extremely painful. She heard from a friend that taking boron helped so she just started taking it.

I will forward this substack to her but even thought she is extremely well read on many diverse subjects including medicine and nutrition. She is so aligned with the safe and effective narrative that she would deny that the vaccines could cause injury.

This means that when I again suggest that vaccines might be involved in her current condition, I expect to be facing a blank stare. Even extreme pain in her own body is not enough to break through the ideology of the medical monopoly.

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Sep 13·edited Sep 13

I was a medical student on clinical rotations during 2021 and 2022. The most memorable neurologic case I followed was a 36-year-old man who was hospitalized in February 2022 for evaluation of new onset neurologic symptoms causing significant weakness and functional impairment, such as limb weakness and balance problems as well as some sensory changes. These symptoms had been ongoing in previous months and resolved with steroids, but returned, precipitating his hospitalization. He had no personal or family medical history of neurologic or autoimmune disorders. Of note, he had received his first booster 3 weeks prior to his presentation at the hospital.

The patient had a mixture of neurologic findings localizable to different tracts, which is common with autoimmune demyelinating disorders such as MS. And his MRIs showed demyelination. However, a full autoimmune workup yielded no positive results. The neurologists following him figured that there are so many different proteins/antigens in the body and nervous system that one could develop antibodies to, that someone could have illness from antibodies towards a self antigen not included in the usual autoimmune or neoplastic panels. The patient consistently responded well to high dose steroids (which suppress the immune system) and plasmapheresis (which removes antibodies from the system), further supporting an autoimmune origin. He often asked if the Covid booster could have been related to his symptoms, and the neurologists considered it as a likely possibility in light of the otherwise negative workup. I remember clearly this kindhearted young man telling the team he had gotten the booster because he lived with his elderly mother and wanted to protect her.

Based on this reasoning, the patient was offered and agreed to start treatment with rituximab, an immunosuppressant medication. The next day, he developed respiratory failure from flash pulmonary edema, an extremely rare side effect of the medication (only documented in a few case studies). Ultimately he required intubation, developed a wide complex tachycardia with 2 separate cardiac arrests, had VA ECMO placed (an advanced life support system that essentially functions as the body's circulatory system), and was transferred to the ICU. After almost 2 weeks, the patient's family decided to transition to comfort care measures and the patient passed away.

The other student and I who had been following this patient were greatly saddened to learn of his passing. While it was not the proximal (or confirmed) cause, he became known among some of the students and residents who had followed him as "the man who was killed by the Covid vaccine". It especially saddens me when I think back to his reasoning for getting his last booster, protecting others, when the data showing that the vaccines did not prevent infection or transmission was already available months before early 2022.

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Sep 10·edited Sep 10

How can any vaccine be classed as lifesaving when there’s over a 99% recovery rate, it’s completely ludicrous to make that statement when the majority were not at risk.

As for the celebrities it serves many right for promoting this junk, all the others should speak out to save their health and sanity, they might actually find a lot of support from the public who swayed opinion enough to sink bud light.

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As a physician I am legally and ethically required to report adverse reactions in the patients I see. The reporting system rejected my efforts. I can only wonder about the accuracy of some of the data we see.

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Sep 19Liked by A Midwestern Doctor

Don’t forget that both Biden and Kamala said that there was no way that they would get the jab during Trump’s tenure because they didn’t think they were safe because no one knew if there would be long term adverse effects from them. The whole shitlib cabal joined in with them and said that they wouldn’t take a Trump vaccine!

But did you know that CNN also had the same concerns about the jabs? But they too changed their concerns after Trump was out of office. How in hell can people flip their brains like that?

https://www.cnn.com/2020/09/01/health/eua-coronavirus-vaccine-history/index.html

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Sep 11Liked by A Midwestern Doctor

What I vividly remember from the initial rollout in 2021 was case after case of post-vaccination patients attending A&E with chest pain or palpitations and tachycardia. As they mostly attended A&E, I would not have seen them in my GP Surgery - just received the letters from A&E.

The standard of care in the UK NHS is such that they would be checked for myocardial infarction (serial ECGs and troponins); then dismissed as panic attacks. Some would have tachycardia that went on for months.

I do believe that cardiology diagnostics needs to be drastically improved in the UK. Cardiac MRI is rarely done but may well have picked up cardiac pathology in these patients.

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Sep 19Liked by A Midwestern Doctor

This has got to be the worst crime against humanity in world history, with 2/3 of the world population injected with this poison. It's quite frightening to see the people who orchestrated this doubling down on it and appearing to escape consequences for their actions.

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Sep 12Liked by A Midwestern Doctor

"Auto-immunity" should be broken down as to all the conditions that are involved such as arthritis, food allergies, etc.. Inflammation is the larger category which anyone paying attention knows is bad news if you have it in a chronic form. Do you always know you have it? Hardly any disease condition is without symptoms.

I went to my annual physical today and was not pestered about the latest run of clot shots, possibly because I was profiled due to my comments last year at a different branch of their clinics. In the past they've tried to push a lot of things on me such as a colonoscopy as well as various shots, or a referral to a cardiologist due to the overblown condition branded "high blood pressure". At this point my sales resistance as well as much of the population is through the roof.

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The adverse effects were so obvious so quickly, the media had to run stories about "That actually means it's working!"

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Sep 19Liked by A Midwestern Doctor

As Dr. Richard Moskowitz said in his fascinating book Vaccines, autoimmunity is in the very nature of the vaccination process. The covid vaccine is by no means an outlier. When you introduce any foreign substance into the sterile blood or nervous system, you provoke the immune system, which frantically produces antibodies to it, whatever it may be, triggering acute inflammation (encephalitis, nyocarditis) or chronic allergic or autoimmune systems, causing destruction of its own cells when that or a similar substance is perceived again. I reacted to my first DPT as an infant with screaming syndrome and Aspergers. I reacted to a tetanus booster at 19 with brachial plexus neuropathy, both arms paralyzed for several days, and sometimes paralyzing MS. My infant daughter reacted to the hep-B at hirth with screaming syndrome and autism. My father reacted to a flu vaccine with paralysis.

I now have disabling long covid as well as MS. I had a severe reaction to the Covid vaccine: myocarditis and Mast cell activaton. But disabling is disabling. Millions have been killed or disabled by the covid vaccine, but millions have been disabled, especially by autism, from the hep-B, DPaT, flu, Or MMR. Many by Gardasil.

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Sep 19Liked by A Midwestern Doctor

Megan Kelly's Auto Immune issue is the tip of the iceberg! I bet if she got her blood value of Vitamin D measured it would be sub optimal. Need to be over 50 ng's Megan! The iceberg below the water line is discussed by Dr. Rennebohm as to what may be on the horizon for the vaccinated. If true, we will have another global worldwide lockdown because of injecting several billion people with the experimental RNA injections. NOT GOOD. Discussion is very detailed! https://voiceforscienceandsolidarity.substack.com/p/how-has-the-covid-19-mass-vaccination?utm_source=substack&publication_id=555295&post_id=137179269&utm_medium=email&utm_content=share&utm_campaign=email-share&triggerShare=true&isFreemail=true&r=bvdgc

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Can we please cease with calling the bioweapon a vaccine? It is anything but, and so long as the lie that it is a vaccine continues to propagate, there will never be an end to this madness. Words matter, and people are happily going along with the fraudulent redefinition of what a vaccine is.

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Sep 17·edited Sep 17

When all this began, early in 2020 I read some worrisome things about the vaccines and autoimmunity. As a person with celiac disease, I was immediately worried and determined fairly easily to never get near these vaccines. If I accidentally eat gluten, I not only get digestive reactions but I also get joint aches. When I scrupulously avoid gluten, I get no joint aches. My celiac disease is connected to certain predisposing genes that I inherited from my mother. When I don't eat gluten, I don't get any of the celiac symptoms. My mother nearly died from CD in 1967. Her stomach and intestines were so destroyed (virtually no villi remained) that she eventually didn't absorb any nutrients from food and her weight was 89 lbs at the time she had the great fortune to meet a doctor who knew about the condition, unlike all her other doctors who just couldn't figure out what was wrong with her and who said her symptoms were "all in her head." She never ate another bite of gluten and lived in great health to the age of 95. Clearly that particular autoimmune condition is driven by what she ate, as are many other autoimmune conditions in my opinion. Manifestation of active celiac disease disappeared when she no longer ate gluten, and I'll add that she never got another autoimmune condition including arthritis.

When I heard about Megyn Kelly suddenly being diagnosed with an autoimmune condition by a rheumatologist, I'm assuming her problem relates to joints and arthritis conditions.

When I was intensively studying celiac disease, one thing I learned was that ignoring my one particular autoimmune condition of celiac disease and continuing to eat gluten could easily open the door to a great many other autoimmune conditions....over 200 of them, as I recall. If the so-called vaccines also open the door to autoimmune conditions, no telling what will happen with people whose immune systems are compromised by components in the vaccines. If people have predisposing genes that for whatever reason have not been actively expressed prior to the vaccines, it certainly seems possible that the vaccines could lead to sudden active expression of those genes. Getting sudden things such as arthritis and connective tissue problems seems like a strong possibility. I haven't yet read anything relating to an increased incidence of celiac disease, although it might be interesting to watch for that.

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Sep 11Liked by A Midwestern Doctor

Thanks for sharing such important information much appreciated 🙏

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Sep 20Liked by A Midwestern Doctor

I immensely respect what you do here. However I have a point of contention in one thing that you wrote. You remarked that the response to the vaccine divided along the usual party lines. From what I recall, while the dissenting voices were mostly on the Conservative side, there weren't a whole lot of dissenting voices on ANY side for a long time that carried any real conviction, otherwise there would have been a lot more state governors that would have taken actions similar to the Florida Governor (with whom i disagree on many issues, but heartily agree on the stance that he has taken in regards to the Covid Vaccine). Initially, politicians on both sides of the isle were mostly snowed by the Covid narrative being both preached, and at the same time created by suppressing alternative inquires, treatments, and scientific debate and punishing those in all sorts of ways who dared to question it.

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Sep 20Liked by A Midwestern Doctor

Depopulation programs suck.

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