The aberrant signaling induced by the Spike Protein of SARS-CoV-2 MIMICS PRECISELY the signaling found in Cancer Cachexia
Wow! This is truly cutting edge, amazing investigative research! Thanks to the work you are doing, have done, and are so dedicated to continuing, many of us are doing much better than we would be otherwise. You have definitely tremendously helped improve my quality of life, thanks to the brilliant observations that you have shared. Wishing you and yours all the very best this holiday season, and in the new year
Thank you very much Walter. May God bless you and guide you in your work. Thank you for loving and caring for your fellow man. Merry Christmas. ☺️🙏
In light of this information, and having learned much more of the curative effects of fenbendazole on cancer, I am wondering how effective it might be in reversing/mitigating the similar effects of the spike protein.
Wishing you a few days rest over the Holidays Walter. I hadn't used twitter for years, but then fell out of love with Facebook for the censorship. I am so glad I stumbled across you on Twitter. I think it was a post you did on mitochondrial dysfunction that sort of gave me a light bulb moment in understanding what the hell I had been experiencing post covid infection. And I have stopping reading your posts since. I may not be a scientist but little by little I try and learn the terms and get the gist of what you talk about, even though at times its a bit ruddy frightening. But you also offer posts of hope too. I also read all the comments too. So yes a huge big thank-you to what you are doing when you've been up against deplorable censorship. I am grateful atm the moment I am sort of okay, but don't hold my breath, but certainly trying to look after my health and immunity a bit better than before. And I won't stop looking for answers because even though I kind of recovered from Covid, I know there are some severely disabled people and vaccine injured people, lives destroyed , and it really concerns me there are some Drs giving talks and basically saying Covid has mutated into nothing more than a cold. And I wouldn't be quite so hasty in making such bold statements just yet. Not when humans have jumped in and done the biggest mass experiment on our immune systems in history. I may not be able to help everyone because not everyone asks questions or wants to listen, but if there is anything I can pass on from what I have learned from yourself and your supporters that may help people to not end up with Long Covid, I will. Sadly contrary to those Drs spouting Covid is a cold now, there will be new people in a few months time at the beginning of their Long Covid journey. I've read account this year with people upset they have been ill for 3 months, and its heart breaking when you know they are in the early days and could be permanent or years before they start feeling better. In 2020 I thought I was a rare breed in my post covid experience, I knew of no-one young or old in my circle who were as ill as me. But now since this Summer I am seeing more people displaying Long Covid symptoms. But they aren't joining the dots. Anyway thank-you thank-you from the bottom of my heart, you are a true beacon of light in these troubling times. Merry Christmas.
No matter who you are.
No matter what your background is.
No matter what you believe.
To me, this is Santa.
You exemplify Santa.
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You are amazing, Walter. Your work is priceless and I am so very grateful for you. May God rain down blessings on you and yours this day and all days. Merry Christmas!
Odd question here... the last couple of months or so I’ve noticed a ‘sick smell’ you could call it, when being around certain people. It’s been happening more & more lately. It’s truely yuck. To describe the smell, if you’ve ever been in close contact with someone who was reaaaally sick with the flu, they smell sick. As if there skin is emitting a different smell than normal.
Does any of these biological mechanisms give off a different or distinct odour from the body? And has anyone else smelt what I’m talking about? Go for a short stroll on a busy street and you’ll get a good whiff passing certain people over and over again.
I have never ever smelt this smell so much being around people who otherwise look healthy in my entire 38 years of life. It’s literally everywhere.
You are the best! I always enjoy reading your articles. I learn so much from you. I am grateful you are dedicated to this important work. You are a great thinker! Happy holidays. 😊
I too will add my thanks for your continued deep dive into the science behind this madness. My wish for you is to be surrounded by those you love this holiday season…. And a little “disconnect” time. From one of your grateful readers…💝
Walter, do not forget the suppression of the p53 protein which further exacerbates cancer.
Can you take gander at this article of mine and chime in?:
Thanks Walter for all the dot-connecting. Happy Holidays.
Thank you Walter , enjoy reading your work immensely. Merry Christmas and happy holidays to you and your family .
Friend just told she has a brain tumor... sad
Walter, thank you for ALL your hard work!
Your research leads us to the same place as well. Thank you.
"Neutrophil extravasation is a multi-stage process: rolling, activation, adhesion, and transmigration, requiring complex interactions of PMNs or other leukocytes with the microvascular endothelium. Normal blood flow velocity is extremely fast in microvascular beds (≥1 mm/sec), preventing sustained interactions of blood cells with the microvessel wall. Under normal physiological conditions, leukocytes in the blood circulation will contact the microvessel wall and interact temporarily through interactions of membrane surface receptors and integral membrane glycoproteins present on both leukocyte and endothelial surfaces. Leukocytes (and platelets) express selectins on the cell surface that bind to sialylated and fucosylated glycoproteins on the endothelial surface, reducing the velocity of leukocytes by approximately 100-fold and causing leukocyte “rolling” along the endothelium
"Leukocyte transendothelial migration occurs in response to bacterial invasion or tissue inflammatory injury. In the presence of a compromised microvascular endothelial barrier, leukocytes can become immobilized by firm adhesion to the microvessel luminal surface.
------>>>>>>>"This process requires more stable attachment to the endothelium and involves increased expression of adhesion molecules including selectins: endothelial (E)-selectin and platelet (P)-selectin expressed on the surface of endothelium, binding to leukocyte cell surface glycoproteins including P-selectin glycoprotein ligand 1 (PSGL-1). Firm adhesion is then mediated by binding between leukocyte cell–surface integrins (discussed in a subsequent chapter) and additional cell adhesion molecules on the endothelial surface. Firm adhesion and interactions of endothelial and leukocyte surface adhesion molecules facilitate leukocyte transmigration across the endothelial wall."
Any chance the cachexia (which is a wasting disease) is found in CWD that is prion-related?
Any relation to the development of large lipomas? Fat cells just don't know how to behave properly?