November 15, 2020

LOOKING BACK ON THE BLOOD SAMPLES FROM A PAST RESEARCH STUDY – WHAT THEY FOUND MAY SHAPE THE HISTORY OF THE PANDEMIC.

960 RANDOM, ASYMPTOMATIC people were screened as part of a lung cancer screening study from 9-2019 thru 3-2020. By the end, almost 12% tested positive for having antibodies against COVID. 14% positive for those entering the study in September.

My thought on this: First, I have had patients that I suspect had symptomatic COVID as early Fall 2019. Second, disruption in one’s circadian rhythm, nnEMF exposure, chronic lack of vitamin D, and emotional stress (Taxes, election, Holidays, COVID…) builds a terrain ripe for viral activation and suppressed innate immunity. This is the life of most humans living in modern societies. Third, COVID has been here for a very long time, way before Wuhan, and I believe a decent percentage of people have already been exposed to it and still are asymptomatic. The moral of the story is not the virus but our lack of living a life in accordance with Natural Law. Dr. Marcus Ettinger

Unexpected detection of SARS-CoV-2 antibodies in the prepandemic period in Italy

 

Figure 1. Frequency of immunoglobulin M (red columns) and immunoglobulin G (blue columns) receptor-binding domain (RBD)–positive cases in respect to the total number of screening participants (green columns) throughout the 24 weeks from September 2019 to February 2020.

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