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  • Mon, Apr 06, 2020 - 08:20pm

    Spiro Georgakopoulos

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The hypothesis  is put up that the virus damages red blood cells by unbinding Fe ions from hemoglobin and may explain why chloroquine helps since as an ant malarial if interacts with red blood cells.

A New York ER doctor has posted a video saying that symptoms in ICU appear more like “altitude sickness” rather than pneumonia  and that ventilators may be causing damage

The commentary than move onto the hypothesis that 5G radiation is damaging red blood cells.

A convergence that the damage is to red blood cells


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So, after watching the latest upload, Turning a corner? I had a thought… I’m not a dr. Just a regular person. these videos are extremely helpful and make a lot of sense. I’ve been watching since mid to the end of January and everyone in my life is more informed and doing great. so thank you.
But anyway, I was taking my vitamins and almost started chewing up my B-12 when I realized, it does somthing to help with Iron absorption. The hemoglobin info posted today suggesting Iron might be what does Tissue damage..  made me think, maybe I should skip the B-12 til we are on the other side of this. Since it’s just a supplement, I’m not iron deficient or anything I could skip it just in case.
What if having higher Iron levels in your blood doesn’t help if Covid might use iron against you? That led to the thought.. If so, could the gender difference for serious Illnesses with Covid have somthing to do with men typically consuming more meat than women? Not all men but more often than not, men eat more meat than women which is a major source of iron. Kind of a giant leap from on thing to the next but Just wondering if there is anything there & what you all think.

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I hope this finds everyone safe and well!

YouTube Video by Dr. Cameron Kyle-Sidell: From NYC ICU: Does COVID-19 Really Cause ARDS??!!

Dr. Cameron Kyle-Sidell from New York in his video shares a compelling testimony/observation while in charge of a critical care unit treating COVID-19 patients in New York.

I couldn’t stop thinking about Chris’s recent video, Turning The Corner? (see above-posted video).
In the segment of the video that Chris presented the info on HCQ-A Novel Theory
COVID-19: Attacks the 1-Beta Chain of Hemoglobin and Captures the Porphrin to Inhibit Human Heme Metabolism…

The YouTube presentation by Dr. Cameron Kyle-Sidell, he describes his observation of a medical phenomenon that doesn’t make any sense in the context of treating a disease that is supposed to be viral pneumonia (ARDS).
He continues to state, that everything he has seen in that medical paradigm is untrue with this virus. He feels it’s not pneumonia and should not be treated as one. It appears to be some kind of viral-induced disease. He describes the symptoms as most resembling “High Altitude Sickness” with patients slowly being starved of oxygen. He continues to say it is like a person dropped off on Mount Everest 30,000 ft and didn’t have time to acclimate.

He also talks about the protocol where the ventilators are set. That they are too high and maybe causing damage to the patient’s lungs.

I’m not a doctor and after viewing Turning The Corner? As well as viewing Dr. Cameron Kyle-Sidell’s video in presenting his observation as a “medical phenomenon.”

I feel the observations presented by Dr. Cameron Kyle-Sidell are worthy in continuing to explore in concert with the hypothesis that the virus damages red blood cells by unbinding Fe ions from hemoglobin and may explain why chloroquine helps since as an ant malarial it interacts with red blood cells. It appears from other videos that Dr. Cameron Kyle-Sidell’s observations are growing in numbers among other medical providers…


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  • Mon, Apr 06, 2020 - 11:10pm

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Earlier today I finished watching Chris’s new video. Thank you!! And WOW!!! My brain is spinning, it made a lot of sense to Chris, and to me, (and apparently other doctors too) about the symptoms and COVID being more of a blood disease not respiratory. Although respiratory gets involved because of the iron, lungs, hemoglobin, etc.

One of the many takeaways I had, is wondering what changes in supplementation protocols and medicinal herbs might be best now? Hopefully we can find that out soon…


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5G might have health risks indeed but it’s definitely not causing COVID-19. Stay with the facts. You wouldn’t see severe cases in places without 5G then. My town wouldn’t have any cases. Germany has very bad 5G coverage.

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