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PCIntern

(25,853 posts)
Wed Apr 14, 2021, 12:44 PM Apr 2021

As always, there's more going on than meets the eye...

A number of days ago I had a conversation with the basic scientist who is doing research into the after effects of COVID-19.To make a long story short she intimated that the clotting mechanism of a human who has had the disease is apparently unalterably changed, possibly forever. She began to explain the specifics to me, and although I tried to pay attention, I became totally lost in the detail. It did not sound good, and she did state that this was the equivalent of the long-term pulmonary issues those who lived downwind from the WTC collapse. She suggested that gene therapy might be an answer, but since she didn’t know what the real question was, this is a mystery which needs a solution...and quickly. She noted as well that the pathology associated with the lungs is rarely mentioned due to the fact that the medical establishment is rife with lying and failure to disclose. She’s pretty senior, so I’m taking her word for everything at this juncture.

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As always, there's more going on than meets the eye... (Original Post) PCIntern Apr 2021 OP
Are you implying there could be a link to the rare clotting with the J&J vaccine ... Pobeka Apr 2021 #1
No. Not at all PCIntern Apr 2021 #2
I thought so. Thanks for the clarification! Pobeka Apr 2021 #3

Pobeka

(4,999 posts)
1. Are you implying there could be a link to the rare clotting with the J&J vaccine ...
Wed Apr 14, 2021, 12:50 PM
Apr 2021

... in previously COVID19 positive individuals?

I couldn't tell if that was part of your point, or just that in general there's a whole bunch of stuff on the periphery of our COVID19 knowledge that is still not well understood.

PCIntern

(25,853 posts)
2. No. Not at all
Wed Apr 14, 2021, 12:52 PM
Apr 2021

In science I infer or imply nothing. I’m just reporting a conversation.

And yes...the latter.

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