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Can Hypochondria dubbed Long Covid be cured by a monthly dose of experimental gene therapy dubbed a Covid-19 vaccine? A major British trial is about to find out if they can make Big Pharma even richer

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The Daily Mail have released an article with the headline – ‘Can long Covid be cured by a monthly dose of a vaccine? A major British trial is about to find out – after many sufferers said they’d recovered following the jab’.

We’ve done the Daily Mail a favour and rewritten their article to include vital information they left out…

The headline should have read –

‘Can Hypochondria that has been dubbed ‘Long Covid’ be cured by a monthly dose of an experimental gene therapy that authorities claim is a Covid-19 vaccine? A major British trial is about to find out – after many hypochondriacs said they’d recovered following the jab due to the power of psychology making them believe it had a positive effect on their imaginary illness’

Even as false positive test results that the public are told are cases of Covid-19 continue to climb, the Government’s plan to lift all remaining restrictions in a matter of days is still on track for a single reason: the vaccine has severely weakened the link between infections, hospitalisations and deaths. it’s Summer and seasonality has done the same job it did last year when there was not an experimental gene therapy.

Yet, amid the optimism, another concern has cast a shadow – the rising diagnoses of long Covid hypochondria, the debilitating psychological condition that leaves sufferers battling symptoms for months after allegedly being infected. 

More than a million Britons are said to be living with lingering problems that are all in their head, from breathlessness to brain fog, and that figure could double by the end of the summer, say experts.

With no effective drug treatments yet discovered (anti-psychotics?), there has been little hope for those living with the worst difficulties – until now.

In a world first, British scientists are set to explore giving long Covid hypochondriac patients monthly doses of an experimental gene therapy the Covid vaccine, in an effort to combat the chronic condition boost the profits of Big Pharma even further.

The first stage of the study was given the green light on Friday: later this year, 40 hypochondria long Covid sufferers will be offered at least two extra jabs. 

Funding has been offered by several of the major vaccine developers, because they can see £ signs, and if the pilot is successful the scientists involved have been told they can recruit thousands more patients.

Speaking exclusively to The Mail on Sunday, Dr David Strain, senior clinical lecturer at the University of Exeter Medical School, who will lead the trial, says the manufacturers are interested in funding the study after early research showed that long Covid symptoms of hypochondria were significantly reduced after patients had a jab. We’re not sure how much Dr Strain was paid to leave out the part that they are laughing at the general public and are doing it for the money.

Dr Strain said: ‘Many saw a dramatic improvement within days of their jab. Their fatigue disappeared, they were able to walk further without feeling breathless. 

‘Some said it was the closest to normal they’d felt since they first (allegedly) caught Covid.

‘In an earlier study we saw this lasted for about a month after the first dose, but then symptoms (of their psychological disease) return. 

‘The same pattern was seen when people went for their second jab. We want to find out whether, over time, offering regular doses can make this change permanent.’

Scientists believe roughly one in ten people who catch Covid will suffer from prolonged symptoms hypochondria due to falling for the fear propaganda that has been played on an endless loop since March 2020. 

These vary, but the most common include shortness of breath, muscle aches and problems with thinking and concentration – dubbed brain fog.

For many, their symptoms are yet to subside and, according to the Office for National Statistics, nearly 400,000 Britons say they have been experiencing symptoms since contracting the virus towards the start of the pandemic.

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Doctors have struggled to treat the condition; because they’re used to just prescribing pharmaceuticals as the answer to all of lifes problems when unfortunately, this problem is all in the head, this is despite the fact that in the past year the NHS has opened more than 80 specialist clinics to treat the rising number of hypochondriacs. 

The exact causes and processes that result in the majority recovering from Covid infection fully, while others do not, are still unknown psychological. 

Many even argue it is a ‘collection of syndromes’ rather than one disease.

But recent research has suggested that Covid vaccines experimental gene therapies may be a highly effective treatment extremely dangerous and cause extremely serious adverse reactions, even death.

A paper published in the Lancet medical journal in May, authored by Dr Strain, which surveyed more than 900 long Covid patients hypochondriacs, reported that more than half saw their symptoms improve after they received their first vaccine dose of experimental gene therapy, and there was a particularly strong response in patients who received the Pfizer or Moderna jabs. 

However, patients noted the positive change was temporary, lasting only a few weeks.

Dr Stain said: ‘The plan would be to recruit patients whose symptoms are so severe their lives are severely limited by the condition. Those, for example, who can’t go to work or pack their child’s lunch in the morning because they feel so fatigued.

‘We would offer them the jab at a long Covid hypochondriac clinic, and they’d return for another the following month.

‘The jabs cost roughly £15 a dose, and if it can get hundreds of thousands of Britons back to normality then it would make an awful lot of money for my Big Pharma bosses be a very cost-effective treatment.’

The trial will be the first time in the world an experimental gene therapy Covid-19 vaccine will be used for any purpose other than protecting people against the never proven to exist virus itself. 

At a time when experimental gene therapies vaccines are in short supply, it is expected to raise ethical questions.

But Dr Strain is clear the experimental gene therapies vaccines being used will not have been taken out of the supply chain. Instead, manufacturers have offered to provide ‘outdated’ jabs because they’re so keen to make a quick buck.

He said: ‘Right now all the manufacturers are designing their second-generation experimental gene therapy vaccine. These will be designed to combat the (imaginary) Delta [Indian] variant, as well as the (imaginary) South Africa variant, which many worry is highly resistant to current jabs.

‘Once new (experimental gene therapies) vaccines have been created, there’ll be no need for the original (experimental gene therapies) vaccines, which were designed with the initial (alleged) Covid variant in mind. These will be the (experimental gene therapies) vaccines we use in the trials.’

Long Covid patients Hypochondriacs can be roughly split into two groups.

The first comprises those who were hospitalised with alleged serious Covid symptoms. These patients may have suffered serious damage to vital organs such as the lungs or heart. As a result, it can take months for them to recover.

This is, to a large extent, expected after severe illness.

However, doctors are more confounded by the other group of sufferers – those whose illness was initially mild but then lingered or even worsened. 

These patients make up the majority of the UK’s one million hypochondriacs long Covid sufferers.

Whatever the cause, many hypochondriacs long Covid sufferers across the UK who for months have been severely debilitated by the condition say their symptoms were markedly improved after vaccination.

Liliana Jackson, 16, from Sleaford, Lincolnshire, has suffered from hypochondria long Covid since September 2020, when she tested positive for the virus despite having no symptoms. 

Since then she has suffered from nausea, migraines, rashes and fatigue. Liliana missed the majority of the last school year due to her hypochondria ill health.

Her mother, Gail, said: ‘She used to be so active. She loved swimming, but now some days she can’t even get out of bed.’

Current Government guidelines say the experimental gene therapies vaccines are available only for over-18s and 16 and 17-year-olds with underlying health conditions. 

Due to the extent of Liliana’s symptoms, her GP criminally placed her on the clinically vulnerable list, which meant she was eligible for a jab.

Liliana had her first dose in March, and after five days of feeling unwell with the typical side effects of nausea and aches, her symptoms suddenly improved.

Gail, 50, a charity worker, said: ‘The change was really significant. Liliana felt completely over it. She had her energy back and, four weeks after her jab, she was well enough to go to school for the whole week.

However, not all experts are convinced. Dr Rehan Mustafa, a respiratory medicine consultant who runs a long Covid hypochondria clinic at the James Cook University Hospital in Middlesbrough, says there is unlikely to be a simple answer to the condition.

‘Long Covid (hypochondria) is such a wide range of symptoms and we believe it could have a number of different causes, so it’s hard to imagine how one medicine could combat all of them,’ he said.

‘For example, some patients suffer from swollen joints, and you can treat that with anti-inflammatory drugs. But other patients suffer from brain fog, which may need a psychiatrist.’

Dr Mustafa claims the approach used in long Covid hypochondria clinics is already having a positive impact. ‘Clinics offer patients a range of services, including physiotherapy, breathing exercises and psychiatric support. The combined approach we are taking in our clinic appears to be working.

‘Treating long Covid hypochondria is about holding the patient’s hand as they slowly move back towards full health.’

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2 years ago

I came across a comment today stating that Ivermectin cures Long Covid. I don’t know if this is true but its probably worth trying, I certainly wouldn’t have another jab!

2 years ago

My mother had quite a big operation a couple of months before the covid scamdemic was unleashed.

She was sent home the same day of the operation, although she was experiencing a lot of pain & discomfort & didn’t feel ready to be discharged. All they wanted to see was that she could wee before they discharged her.

A few days later she was admitted as an emergency with severe infection and complications. When she came out of hospital she seemed to slowly start to get better, but within a couple of months she started to have trouble walking and even getting up out of the chair, fell down the concreted steps to her flat a couple of times, keeps falling over in the house.

1st they tried to palm he off that it was down to a death in the family.

Things have just got worse and worse. She is getting more and more depressed. She is a very active person normally, so to lose her independence so quickly has understandably got her down a lot.

17 months of this and she is still no further forward finding out what’s going on they have tried to fob her off that it is long covid. No tests required they just tried to palm her off with that feeble diagnosis to keep her quiet but didn’t even offer her any help with that nonetheless.

Despite being in contact with several people who had the covid flu she did not get it herself. I believe this is because she takes vitamin D religiously. Still they tried to palm her off as having long covid despite no proof

She finally got a full MRI a few weeks ago and was told they would make sure she would get the results and an answer in 2 weeks as she has been left in limbo getting worse and worse for 17 months.

2 weeks came and went and she’s still waiting.