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gh2002gh
Senior Contributor

Who would have guessed injecting a toxin...

Causes adverse events?

httpsps://www.israelnationalnews.com/News/News.aspx/308664

7 Replies
rickgthf
Senior Advisor

Re: Old news,

Rare events that can be managed with proper treatment.

Try again.

sam1wiseone
Senior Contributor

Re: Who would have guessed injecting a toxin...

Out of the high risk categories the vaccine is definitely looking to be the worse option.

gh2002gh
Senior Contributor

Re: Old news,


@rickgthf wrote:

Rare events that can be managed with proper treatment.

Try again.


You're an idiot.  A rare disease that has had an uptick from 2 to 3 cases a year in A HOSPITAL to 4 cases in a MONTH is no longer rare.  

And you're a much bigger idiot to not realize the effects of what a thrombosis can do.

"The US National Library of Medicine defines TTP as "a rare disorder that causes blood clots (thrombi) to form in small blood vessels throughout the body. These clots can cause serious medical problems if they block vessels and restrict blood flow to organs such as the brain, kidneys, and heart."

Who needs healthy kidneys, a heart or brain?😂😂😂

"Researcher Dorit Blickstein explained to Channel 13 that TTP is “a disease which, in its classic form, is deadly - 90% of those sick would die. Today, with the help of new treatments, which [...] must be administered as quickly as possible, most patients recover.”

She said the researchers investigated a possible connection to the vaccine after seeing an increased concentration of cases of aTTP in Israel. They had noticed 4 cases in a month, while there are typically 2-3 cases a year.

“In Israel, there are two or three cases a year in any hospital. In March, we started to receive too many cases, and so we asked why.

“We essentially finished the yearly amount in one month, and that’s not logical. So we started to ask what all the patients had in common. And it turned out that all of them had received the coronavirus vaccine that is accepted and exists in Israel within a timetable of 5 to 28 days.”

 

When it says most survive Rickety, what's the % survival?  99.7% or better like Covid19 (and almost 100% with therapeutics)

 

What percentage of people that experience TTP survive but have brain damage/strokes?  Kidney insufficiency? Cardiac tissue damage?  Insult to other organs?

 

What is the duration of treatment or recurrence rate expected in regards to people that have been injected with this toxin?  

How many will require treatment with immunosuppressants?  What are the potential complications?

 

gh2002gh
Senior Contributor

Re: Who would have guessed injecting a toxin...


@sam1wiseone wrote:

Out of the high risk categories the vaccine is definitely looking to be the worse option.


Even in the high risk categories.  I wish it weren't so for those that took it, but it is.  

Therapeutics were/are the answer.  

rickgthf
Senior Advisor

Re: Sam, gh, you poor SOB's, don't you ......

Sam, gh, you poor SOB's, don't you have anything better to in Moscow this evening?

cmilligan1958g
Senior Contributor

Re: Who would have guessed injecting a toxin...


@gh2002gh wrote:

@sam1wiseone wrote:

Out of the high risk categories the vaccine is definitely looking to be the worse option.


Even in the high risk categories.  I wish it weren't so for those that took it, but it is.  

Therapeutics were/are the answer.  


When Bolsheviks are cheerfully courting suicidal practices, GET out of their WAY! 🤠👍💀

rickgthf
Senior Advisor

Re: So Millie, you're not vaccinated?

If you're not, it sounds to me like courting suicide.