- Oct 11, 2013
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BTW. I am told when it come to testing people, Denmark are the European champion with most tested / capita
Yes, you are doing 2 or 3x more than everyone else.BTW. I am told when it come to testing people, Denmark are the European champion with most tested / capita
You won't still have antibodies, need to look for T-Cells.I have an appointment with my doctor in October to check if I have antibodies in me.
That is the only rational choice at this time. I added that section because I am skeptical about everything we have been told (an often changing narrative) regarding the virus. I would like to think it was a natural virus that showed up but am open to the idea it was not. I was told by an overweight woman she worked for the army in public affairs and she had evidence the virus was made in a lab. I put it in the "possibly true, likely not" category because there is no evidence so far that proves its origins one way or another. I seriously question if a woman who was probably 50 pounds overweight could remain in the army due to physical fitness requirements.will wait for the peer review before jumping to any conclusions
Not sure that there will be peer reviews, since the paper appears to be a lot of speculation, and the conspiracy theory that since it is probably possible that it was created in a lab then that is what must have happened. On the other side of the argument, it is impossible to prove that it wasn't created, just that is is highly unlikely. Even if the WHO search for its origin finds a bat with an almost identical virus, someone can still argue that this is a created version, not the natural version.will wait for the peer review before jumping to any conclusions
Dr Li's paper is good evidence for Trump and his campaign against China though, and given that Dr Li is starting a new life in the USA having fled China and its laws against conspiracy theories, seems likely that is why it was written...I was taken ill in Malaysia in 2014.
"The highest levels of NIH are very concerned," said Dr. Avindra Nath, intramural clinical director and a leader of viral research at the National Institute for Neurological Disorders and Stroke, an NIH division. "Everyone's hopes are on a vaccine, and if you have a major complication the whole thing could get derailed."
"So many factors go into these decisions," Nath said. "I'm sure everything is on the table. The last thing you want to do is hurt healthy people."
The NIH has yet to get tissue or blood samples from the British patient, and its investigation is "in the planning stages," Nath said. U.S. scientists could look at samples from other vaccinated patients to see whether any of the antibodies they generated in response to the coronavirus also attack brain or spinal cord tissue.
Such studies might take a month or two, he said. The FDA declined to comment on how long it would take before it decides whether to move forward.
Well there is something different in that part of the world, Cambodia has reported zero deaths, Papua New Guinea is on 6. Seems very likely it was pre-existing immunity that has existed for a long time to build up enough immunity for such low numbers. And it is unlikely to be just genetics since there is always some mixing of people from around the world, Singapore is also very low considering the number of travelers it must see. Doesn't have to be immunity from covid-19 exposure, just to something very similar.I never thought about this but I might have some sort of antibodies as I grew up in Malaysia and have eaten lots of bat meat.
Wow, that's an interesting aspect I never thought about either- and I can't recall seeing where any of the Professionals have considered it There could be something in this which not only offers some protection from Covid-19 but other diseases transferred from bats or other mammals. If something specific could be identified here, then maybe it could be developed into a more universal vaccine, maybe with the same happening with diseases from pigs, birds, and so on following laterI never thought about this but I might have some sort of antibodies as I grew up in Malaysia and have eaten lots of bat meat.