Meme post and my bad news day. Sad face.
Mystery phone archive tour
Seneff slide presentation, see image further below.
Which one? not sure.
Dr Stephanie Seneff - Long Covid Neurological Aspects, Role of Senescence -4rth LCCoalition Congress (Youtube)
Dr. Stephanie Seneff: Covid-19 Vaccines and Neurodegenerative Disease (worldcouncilforhealth.org).
Stephanie Seneff and two other researchers just published a new peer-review article on prions:
(Nigh, Kyriakopoulos, Seneff, 2023) Nigh, G. Kyriakopoulos, A., & Seneff, S., (2023). The Potential Role of the Spike Protein in Neurodegenerative Diseases. Cureus. 15. 10.7759/cureus.34872. Free Fulltext https://www.researchgate.net/publication/368460752_The_Potential_Role_of_the_Spike_Protein_in_Neurodegenerative_Diseases
Seneff presentation. I have lots of screenshots of it.
What we don’t know can hurt us.
Personal giant stubborn toddler news:
Bad news day. 😢 I found my mom freezing cold on the floor of the garage. I thought she was sleeping in and was focused on making breakfast and hadn't looked in to see her out of bed. Called the Ambulance because she didn't look good and was very cold but was lucid.
The ER protocols don't provide adequate support for inflammation with the hypothermia treatment. I ask for magnesium and get the protocol line about needing a magnesium blood test first. And I am not her Medical Power of Attorney. She has been so poked, then she has a “UTI”, and needs antibiotics.TThis evening - 'sepsis' “really pretty severe”.
Nothing allowed by mouth all day, even water except I kept asking for it and eventually was able to give some. Saline solution only to rehydrate and bring down lactic acid with the fluid flush. Why not alkaline magnesium?
Hospitals are dangerous because they do what they want, do what the protocol says, and have complete control.over someone without a legal advocate. And the team are supremely confident about their standard of care. They don't seem to know what getting well involves. Only about watching parameters of worsening health and not treating most of it. I am worried now, when this morning she seemed scared and cold but mostly okay.
Count your blessings, and remember that sometimes they are also your annoyances.
~~ Magnesium sulfate increases the rate of hypothermia via surface cooling and improves comfort - PubMed
That article is about using induced hypothermia for therapeutic reasons, and if also providing Epsom salt/Mg sulfate helped and it did. Less discomfort for the study subjects
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