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Dr. Sabine Haan's groundbreaking work on identifying COVID-19 in stools and treatment protocols.
  • Dr. Sabine Haan was the first to identify COVID-19 in stools through whole genome sequencing. 05:51

  • She developed a treatment protocol involving hydroxychloroquine, zinc, and vitamin C for COVID-19. 06:26

  • Collaborated with Dr. Baro on research and protocols for COVID-19 since January. 06:33

  • Submitted a protocol to the FDA in March for COVID-19 treatment, approved in April. 06:40

  • Explored the use of hydroxychloroquine, zinc, and vitamin C for preventing COVID-19 after exposure. 07:06

Investigation into treatment protocols for COVID-19 patients, focusing on microbiome impact and drug efficacy.
  • Developed treatment protocols with hydroxychloroquine, vitamins, and zinc for COVID-19 patients. 7:13

  • Collaborated with NIH and NIST to validate protocols and research findings. 7:37

  • Discovered COVID-19 genome sequence in stool samples of infected patients. 8:59

  • Experimented with different drug combinations including ivermectin and doxycycline for severe cases. 9:21

  • Noted oxygen levels improved with high doses of ivermectin in critical patients. 11:10

  • Treatment approach focused on killing the virus with hydroxychloroquine and boosting the microbiome with vitamins. 12:10

  • Research and protocols were developed independently before politicization of hydroxychloroquine. 12:26

  • Initial reaction to politicization was frustration and disbelief. 12:50

Influence of financial interests on medical journals, hindering publication of critical research findings.
  • Research findings on COVID virus in stools and its impact on microbiome. 12:58

  • Challenges in publishing critical research due to journal bias and financial influence. 13:08

  • Importance of understanding the gut microbiome in COVID treatment. 13:16

  • Exploration of the relationship between virus presence and microbiome disruption. 15:02

  • Struggle to publish findings that go against public health narratives. 16:24

  • Concerns about long-haul COVID cases and their potential microbiome implications. 17:28

  • Journals influenced by pharmaceutical advertising, impacting research dissemination. 18:34

Importance of unbiased research in medicine and the impact of censorship on scientific findings.
  • Research should be allowed to present both sides of the narrative in medicine. 19:31

  • Personal experience of facing interference and censorship in medical research. 19:59

  • Challenges faced in conducting independent research without external funding. 20:05

  • Impact of biased media coverage on patient decisions and outcomes. 20:44

  • Observation of research censorship and retraction of hypotheses that do not align with the mainstream narrative. 21:52

  • Successful treatment outcomes with early intervention and multi-drug therapy. 23:56

  • Motivation for conducting research driven by personal understanding and patient care. 25:11

Lack of trust in COVID vaccines due to improper research and suppression of early treatment.
  • Research done improperly on vaccines and early treatment. 25:36

  • Importance of unbiased research and non-political approach for saving lives. 26:23

  • Call to prove the speaker wrong through experiments and data. 26:33

  • Skepticism towards vaccines and lack of trust in authorities. 27:36

  • Advocacy for using all available treatments to stop the virus spread. 28:55

  • Criticism of suppressing early treatment for financial interests. 30:38

  • Importance of informed consent and proper protocols in medical treatment. 31:08

The impact of microbiome on health, including anxiety, and the importance of informed consent in vaccinations.
  • Informed consent is essential in medical interventions to prevent unforeseen consequences. 31:25

  • Vaccine side effects can have serious long-term implications, such as coagulopathy. 31:32

  • The credibility of science and medicine is at risk due to lack of transparency and interference. 31:57

  • Understanding and supporting microbiome research is vital for future healthcare advancements. 32:55

  • Microbiome balance is crucial for health and can influence conditions like anxiety. 33:02

  • Fecal transplants can restore microbiome diversity and improve various health conditions. 34:08

  • Microbiome plays a significant role in gut-brain axis and overall well-being. 36:07

  • Proper screening of donors is crucial for successful fecal transplants and health outcomes. 36:16

  • Microbiome research is advancing, with potential for developing markers for anxiety. 37:51

Impact of Covid on gut microbiome, implications for vaccines, and importance of bifidobacteria in severe cases.
  • Study on gut microbiome changes with infection in Covid patients. 38:06

  • Importance of balancing good and bad bacteria in the gut microbiome. 40:22

  • Identification of different strains and mutations of Covid virus in patients. 41:03

  • Challenge of vaccinating against mutating viruses like Covid. 41:27

  • Significance of bifidobacteria in severe Covid cases and its presence in newborns. 43:10

  • Link between loss of bifidobacteria and susceptibility to severe Covid in certain individuals. 44:04

  • Discovery of pre-existing microbiome signature in families with Covid cases. 44:29

Impact of virus on microbiome, potential changes, and implications for health and research.
  • Virus may alter microbiome leading to changes in bacteria composition. 44:39

  • Study showed differences in bifidobacteria levels among COVID patients and family members. 44:45

  • Research on microbiome changes during COVID infection is costly and time-consuming. 45:04

  • Delay in publishing findings during pandemic hindered potential survival strategies. 45:32

  • Investigations on how virus affects microbiome composition and function are crucial. 46:27

  • Possibility of virus altering microbiome to favor certain bacteria or introduce other viruses. 47:32

  • Body’s defense against microbiome imbalance and viral penetration explained. 48:06

  • Circulation of substances like vaccines and toxins throughout the body debunked myths. 49:02

  • Caution against dismissing scientific exploration as conspiracy theories without evidence. 50:03

Exploration of microbiome impact from Covid vaccines raises concerns and questions.
  • Scientists experimenting with virus-bacteria fusion may disrupt gut microbiome. 51:20

  • Creation of unnatural microbes through gene editing can lead to rejection by the body. 52:27

  • Challenges in reproducing blood may affect future blood transfusions and microbiome treatments. 53:20

  • Microbiome alterations could impact disease treatments and require careful donor selection. 54:58

  • Observations of microbiome changes post-vaccination prompt further research. 55:46

  • Censorship of research on alternative treatments limits understanding of microbiome effects. 56:19

  • Previous studies on microbiome in various diseases inform concerns about vaccine impact. 57:09

Discussion on potential microbiome damage caused by Covid vaccines and implications for health.
  • Observation of zero Bifido bacteria in vaccine-injured individuals’ microbiome. 57:57

  • Hypothesis on spike protein causing microbiome damage and leaky gut. 59:55

  • Link between spike protein mRNA and production of bacterial toxins. 1:01:04

  • Challenges in getting scientific community to consider alternative narratives. 1:02:07

  • Plan to disseminate information through word of mouth and collaboration among physicians. 1:03:03

Challenges faced by physicians during the pandemic and the importance of microbiome in treatment.
  • Physicians facing challenges to treat COVID patients with limited resources and protocols. 1:03:27

  • Doctors being portrayed negatively despite efforts to develop FDA-approved protocols. 1:03:35

  • Significant financial investment required to develop and run treatment protocols. 1:03:43

  • Physicians facing restrictions in sharing vaccine data affecting the microbiome. 1:04:31

  • Collaboration among doctors in treating patients during the pandemic. 1:04:47

  • Importance of microbiome and natural treatments in healthcare discussions. 1:05:01

  • Physicians sharing treatment protocols globally for COVID patients. 1:05:37

  • Criticism faced by healthcare professionals from non-practitioners during the pandemic. 1:08:00

  • Personal frustration of healthcare professionals with non-practitioners’ opinions on COVID treatment. 1:08:24

Challenges in microbiome research, advocating for patient support, and the importance of allowing doctors to innovate in medicine.
  • Supporting the microbiome research foundation is crucial for addressing microbiome damage. 1:09:20

  • Emphasizing the need for research funding and publication support to understand and treat microbiome-related issues. 1:10:25

  • Avoid panicking or taking drastic measures for gut health post-COVID or vaccine, focus on maintaining a resilient microbiome. 1:12:25

  • Acknowledging vaccine injuries and long-hauler issues while advocating for a middle ground approach to understanding and addressing them. 1:12:59

  • Encouraging support for doctors to innovate in medicine to ensure advancements and better patient care. 1:14:16

Advocacy for supporting doctors on the front line during challenging times in healthcare.
  • Emphasis on rebuilding trust and relationships between patients and doctors. 1:14:40

  • Recognition of the challenges faced by doctors risking their lives in healthcare settings. 1:14:53

  • Call to allow doctors to focus on providing treatment without political interference. 1:15:02

  • Encouragement to let doctors practice medicine freely and effectively. 1:15:10

  • Advocacy for supporting and giving doctors a break during difficult times. 1:15:10

  • Acknowledgment of the importance of supporting healthcare professionals. 1:15:17