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Discussion on the discovery of autoimmunity related to COVID-19 and concerns about spike protein triggers
  • Recent paper on A2 enzymatic activity linked to autoimmunity in COVID-19 patients. 0:11

  • Anticipation of autoimmunity issues related to spike protein triggers since 2020. 0:39

  • Struggles in securing funding for research on autoantibodies to ACE2 in 2020. 1:45

  • Concerns about potential autoimmune responses triggered by the virus’s spike protein. 2:30

  • Visual representation of spike protein and other proteins on the virus surface. 2:59

Emerging concerns about potential autoimmunity in COVID-19 research
  • Focus on spike protein binding to ACE2 and risk of autoimmune responses. 3:14

  • Importance of funding for critical research on autoimmunity in COVID-19. 3:40

  • Current medical treatments only control autoimmune diseases, not cure them. 4:29

  • Identification of potential autoimmunity mechanisms in COVID-19 pathogenesis. 5:04

  • Critical consideration of autoimmunity in severe COVID-19 cases. 5:30

  • Lack of excuse for overlooking autoimmunity in scientific leadership roles. 5:53

  • Unacceptable to neglect research on autoimmunity in COVID-19 in 2024. 6:02

Discovery of autoantibodies and abzymes targeting ACE2 in COVID-19 patients raises alarming implications
  • Patients may develop antibodies with negative molecular image of ACE2 receptor. 6:19

  • Abzymes identified as autoantibodies targeting ACE2 and spike protein. 6:29

  • Autoantibodies to ACE2 found in almost every severe COVID-19 patient. 6:49

  • Presence of abzymes with enzymatic activity could have horrific implications. 7:55

  • Similar catalytic antibodies seen in autoimmune diseases like lupus. 8:11

  • Abzymes can play negative role and target various substances in the body. 8:40

  • Some COVID-19 patients develop antibodies capable of cleaving ACE2 substrate. 9:43

Uncovering potential autoimmune implications of COVID-19 and vaccinations
  • Angiotensin 2 dysregulation may lead to blood pressure issues post-COVID. 10:01

  • Autoimmune response targeting various proteins beyond spike protein. 11:06

  • Potential link between vaccination and menstrual irregularities due to autoimmune response. 11:50

  • Formation of abzymes targeting estrogen receptor raises alarming implications. 11:59

  • Urgent need for comprehensive research on autoimmunity triggered by COVID and vaccines. 12:09

  • Demand for thorough understanding of autoimmunity in public health discourse. 12:47

  • Italy’s experience with autoimmune reactions post-vaccination underscores the seriousness. 13:22

Urgent call for increased funding in independent research to mitigate the upcoming wave of autoimmune diseases
  • Acknowledging mistakes is different from negligence in research funding. 14:29

  • Scientific and medical communities need easier access to funding for critical research. 14:37

  • Lack of research funding is unacceptable, especially when companies profit from pandemics. 14:52

  • Potential tsunami of autoimmune diseases approaching, requiring understanding and mitigation efforts. 15:26

  • Public pressure needed to drive thorough and proper research in the face of upcoming challenges. 16:03

  • Importance of facing hard truths and continuing the necessary work for a better future. 16:12

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