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Nov 22, 2022Liked by Walter M Chesnut

It doesn't surprise me in least that brain changes or remodeling occurred with COVID. The global and ring type headache while having COVID was something else. My brain feels different when now when I overdo alcohol consumption and words escape me often enough that I've noted it that I never had an issue with before. I call it covid brain. Most I know are like, "you're just getting older." Age could be a thing, but I'm not yet 50 so on the whole covid brain makes the most sense to me.

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Dr.Bhakdi presented

pathology findings in frontal brain- multifocal necrosis of capillaries caused by vacine's spike protein after 3rd shot. He told that the study hasn't been published yet.

https://video.icic-net.com/w/42W6eytcy6xgckk1v5vxDy

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Thank you Walter. I trust that you are correct. What a horrible bioweapon that has been unleashed on society. May God bless you.

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The truth may be hard to take but we must face it.

Each day I live I’m even more grateful to God. He’s the only hope I know that can offer any solace.

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"The study builds on previous work Biswal and his colleagues conducted, which documented structural changes in the brain that distinguished people who had been hospitalized and recovered from COVID-19 from those who had not been infected."

I'm guessing the "hospitalized and recovered" patients/study subjects were not treated early with the therapeutics and supplements recommended by the FLCCC et. al. Would the structural changes in the brain have occurred had the patients been afforded early treatment? 🤔

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Do the jabbed have an even worse injury to their brain?

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Would really like to see this study examine whether those with Covid were vaccinated or unvaccinated--could an antibody enhancement effect be contributing to the brain effects seen?

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By saying this doesn’t it make the uninformed think getting vaccinated will protect themselves from this terrible affliction

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What does the acronym SPED mean?

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Thanks for the news.

I'd appreciate being informed as to what SPED stands for. I'm afraid I only drop in to your substack sporadically.

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Thank you Walter. I wonder if various types of nootropics would help with this. Or, look at vinpocetine types of supplements.

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When do those who are responsible for experimenting with gain of function viruses that could NEVER occur naturally be held accountable for this holocaust?

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Do we know if these individuals were vaccinated?

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Walter: my mother recently had a small lacunar infarct so I’m digging around for supplements that may help prevent “the big one,” and I came across the following reference. Micronized purified flavonoid fraction may decrease endothelial activation, cleaning up microvascular damage. From the abstract: “By inhibiting endothelial activation, micronized purified flavonoid fraction (MPFF) (Daflon 500 mg), an edema-protective agent, can prevent the inflammatory cascade resulting from the leukocyte-endothelium interaction.” (Nb this compound is available as a supplement rather than regulated drug as well - it’s a combination of diosmin and hesperidin) Clearly the paper is from a different indication but I thought that this might send you an interesting exploration (for your “Friday Hope” feature), because whether venous or arterial, endothelium is endothelium: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/15641940/

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Hello Dr Chestnut. Sorry, this is not specifically related to this article but I have no other way to contact you. I'm in the process of translating into French a bunch of your articles from your website for the purpose of re-publishing them on my blog - that is, if you don't mind.

On this page: https://wmcresearch.org/the-spike-proteins-induction-of-autoimmunity-and-amyloidosis-as-both-pathological-and-as-the-bodys-protective-response/ , you mention a paper (Amyloids in Site-Specific Autoimmune Reactions and Inflammatory Responses) which I cannot find anywhere either on your website or your Substack. Could you please point me to it?

Sorry to waste your precious time with this.

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What about Aspirin for traitement ? Your point of view Walter please 🙏🏻

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