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Challenges in addressing scientific questions during the COVID-19 pandemic due to censorship and lack of autopsies.
  • Dr. Philip McMillan expresses frustration with the response to scientific challenges, highlighting censorship and lack of clear explanations. 0:03

  • The specific cohort of people affected by cytokine storms triggered by the virus includes older individuals with hypertension and overweight, without immune suppression. 1:00

  • Dr. McMillan emphasizes the importance of autopsies in understanding the virus’s impact and criticizes the lack of encouragement for such investigations. 2:21

  • Science is about observing, investigating, and explaining natural phenomena, requiring reflection and correction when understanding falls short. 2:50

  • A pattern regarding severe cases in Israel was noticed almost two years ago, indicating a need for thorough scientific investigation. 3:15

Lack of curiosity and understanding in exploring scientific patterns and therapies during the pandemic.
  • Observing a rise in adverse effects post initial vaccines and booster campaign. 3:35

  • Disappointment in lack of curiosity and interest in understanding patterns and science. 6:07

The dangers of overlooking critical scientific investigation in handling COVID-19.
  • COVID-19 is not just another flu and underestimating it can have severe consequences. 7:12

  • There are risks associated with assuming full understanding of COVID-19 without thorough analysis. 7:28

  • Neglecting the potential autoimmune aspects of the virus could lead to a disaster. 8:09

  • The scientific community must not ignore critical unanswered questions and ensure thorough autopsies. 8:52

  • Concerns about the impact on global patient lives if vital gaps in knowledge are not addressed. 9:03