French and Swiss neurologists and virologists released a preprint research report in May about a rare brain disease with a high mortality rate that emerged after Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccinations. However, the original report was recently retracted and resubmitted by the authors.
Before it was deleted, however, the researcher reported a 72-year-old woman developing Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease 14 days after her second dose of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine. Her symptoms persisted until the 10th week before fatal neurodegeneration occurred.
Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease symptoms can be similar to those of other dementia-like brain disorders, such as Alzheimer’s disease.
The report analyzed 26 cases of a prion diseases after COVID-19 vaccination with Pfizer, Moderna and AstraZeneca vaccines. And it was found that there had been a serious deterioration from the time of vaccination to the onset of the disease, with instances of death within three to four months.
This is very surprising because the progression of prion diseases (rare, fatal brain diseases that usually affect humans and animals alike) in the past was generally slow and long-lasting, and rarely ever developed into a severe disease within a few months. This shows that the progression of the disease is a lot different from conventional prion diseases in the past.
Prion diseases were discovered in the 18th century, but usually occurred in animals. At the time, the medical community discovered a disease called scrapie, so named because it was usually found in sheep rubbing their backs hard on walls and rocks due to itchiness. It was later discovered that the itching sensation was brought about by affected brain nerves.
The traditional understanding of the prion disease mechanism focuses on alpha-helices structures, where normal proteins become diseased and get deformed. (Related: Pfizer, FDA knew their COVID vaccine causes immunosuppression, ADE, VAED.)
In cattle and sheep, cellular brain tissues decay and hollow out, resulting in visible pathological changes that make their brains sponge-like. In simpler terms, the pathological mechanism is protein denaturation.
Like leaving milk at room temperature for a long time, the proteins in the milk settle and become dregs. The progression of prion diseases takes a long time and the mechanisms are not very clear.
COVID-19 vaccines also have other neurological effects on individuals. A study from Thailand found that some individuals who received Sinovac vaccines have suffered from neurological disorders, unilateral numbness to the head and headaches. It also found that more than half of those given the vaccine showed symptoms of motor deficits.
These neurological symptoms appeared very quickly after vaccination. In 52.6 percent of the cases, the symptoms appeared within an hour of the injection, making the situation alarming. How could an inactivated vaccine injected into the muscles affect the brain or the spinal cord in a short time? (Related: Freak show: World War II vet dissected in front of live “pay-per-view” audience without family’s knowledge; outrage ensues.)
Recovery times in other neurological diseases vary from one to three days for some or could last two weeks or more. The SARS-CoV-2 virus can cause neurological pathology, which means it is possible that the vaccine itself could allow the mRNA or other protein to enter the brain or nervous system.
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