The Dose - 12-4-21


A few articles of interest.


Created similar charts last week for a comment reply and found the data view interesting. Charts are interactive at the website (thanks CB). Each of the countries may use different criteria and definitive comparisons would require looking at data collection criteria.

Covid Cases per Million

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This is not good for the United States. The death rate per million is increasing. Germany, France and Singapore have higher case rates per million and fewer deaths. Medical treatment in the United States is not as effective as the other countries. It could be the actual treatments being provided or stress on the medical system. The vaccine mandates for health care workers might be a contributing factor.

Covid Deaths per Million

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Vaccine availability and stats by country (as of Nov 26)

    Country - Doses Administered - Doses/1000 - %vaccinated - Vaccines Used
  • Canada - 60,284,289 - 1,626.7 - 78.1% - Moderna, Oxford/AstraZeneca, Pfizer/BioNTech
  • China - 2,472,847,000 - 1,775.5 - 77.3% - CanSino, Sinopharm/Beijing, Sinopharm/Wuhan, Sinovac, ZF2001
  • Ecuador - 23,857,066 - 1,396.4 - 62.9% - CanSino, Oxford/AstraZeneca, Pfizer/BioNTech, Sinovac
  • France - 103,028,188 - 1,538.0 - 69.8% - Johnson&Johnson, Moderna, Oxford/AstraZeneca, Pfizer/BioNTech
  • Germany - 120,376,028 - 1,451.6 - 68.5% - Johnson&Johnson, Moderna, Oxford/AstraZeneca, Pfizer/BioNTech
  • Hong Kong - 9,367,531 - 1,239.1 - 59.8% - Pfizer/BioNTech, Sinovac
  • Japan - 196,576,395 - 1,553.6 - 76.6% - Moderna, Oxford/AstraZeneca, Pfizer/BioNTech
  • Singapore - 10,094,499 - 1,790.2 - 83.4% - Moderna, Oxford/AstraZeneca, Pfizer/BioNTech, Sinopharm/Beijing
  • Taiwan - 30,648,405 - 1,298.1 - 52.9% - Medigen, Moderna, Oxford/AstraZeneca, Pfizer/BioNTech
  • United States - 454,447,737 - 1,389.0 - 59.5% - Johnson&Johnson, Moderna, Pfizer/BioNTech


inactivated whole virus: Sinovac and Sinopharm
protein subunit vaccine: Medigan
non-replicating viral vector vaccine: CanSino, Oxford-AstraZeneca and Johnson & Johnson
RNA or mRNA vaccine: Pfizer-BioNTech, Moderna


Maybe a new therapy for the future.

Antibody neutralizing all Covid variants found, Chinese scientists claim

Chinese scientists claim to have isolated an antibody which can effectively neutralize all strains of Covid-19, referencing both lab experiments and those performed on a living organism.

In a study published (62 pg pdf) on Tuesday, Chinese scientists from a variety of institutions, including Sun Yat-sen University in Guangzhou and Zhejiang University in Hangzhou, suggested that they may have the panacea to the Covid-19 pandemic.
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EU chief: Time to ‘think about mandatory vaccination’ EU chief: Time to ‘think about mandatory vaccination’

The authors claim that monoclonal antibody 35B5 has been shown in both in vitro (laboratory or test-tube experiment) and in vivo (performed on living organism) studies to neutralize wild-type Covid-19 (without mutations) as well as variants of concern (VOCs). The in vivo tests were carried out on humanized mice.


Science Fictions: Exposing Fraud, Bias, Negligence and Hype in Science

(thanks janis b)

As Ritchie shows, every section of a standard scientific paper is a potential source of problems. Many researchers describe their methods so sketchily that it’s impossible for others to repeat them. The language in discussions and abstracts has become increasingly hyperbolic: between 1974 and 2014, the proportion of papers describing their findings as innovative, robust, unprecedented, groundbreaking and so on rose more than eightfold. But the crux of the replication crisis is in the way results are presented and analysed. There may be legitimate reasons for excluding a particular measurement or tidying up an image, but it’s also true that you’re unlikely to be caught if, consciously or otherwise, you do something like this in order to steer your results towards the conclusion you’d like.

Some problems are specific to particular disciplines. In cancer biology, countless papers are based on studies using contaminated or misidentified cell cultures. The advent of Photoshop has made it difficult to tell when images of cell processes and genetic molecules have been enhanced, duplicated, spliced or otherwise manipulated. Other problems are shared by many fields. The use of statistics is a general concern. Statistical methods are used to analyse the patterns in data, with a view to distinguishing random variation from underlying causes. When an experimental result is described as statistically significant, that usually means a statistical test has shown there is a less than 5 per cent chance that the difference between that result and, for example, the corresponding result in a control experiment is attributable to random variation.

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both high Ivermectin and the converse, high injection rates. I'm trying to clean up the list, organize and include source information where possible. H/T CB, LO, QMS and many others.

Part 1
following is an update of - countries and states with early treatment or low mandates:
- Europe...Czechia, Slovakia, an unusual situation. They have not mandated shots, although uptake is fairly high.
But there have been no lockdowns; schools are open; people are carrying on normally. More on
this? Ivermectin?
- India...Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, with millions; other states in India?
- Japan...has just chucked the 'vaccines' out in favor of Ivermectin. See that in MSM?
- Africa...Zimbabewe, South Africa, Namibia, the large middle sixty (60)% has been on Ivermectin for years to treat parasites. Many have said that the northern countries have hoarded the shots, which they have. The predictions were that underserved countries would have high levels of COVID. They have not. Rather they might be better off.
H/T CB Zimbabwe
- South America/Central America...Mexico...high Ivermectin countries. Panama, which countries?
Peru? Chile?
- US states...Florida - FLCCC doctor in Florida is free to prescribe Ivermectin. Cases are no
worse than locked down California. There might be other states and cities which do not punish
doctors from using preventatives, and treatments.
North (?) Dakota, Texas, others with liberal treatment policies or lack of
mandates? Some are quiet but allow for early treatment.
Nevada Huff Po h/t Snoop
- South east Asia...- Vietnam, with greatly better metrics than the US
Philippines, Indonesia?
- South Asia...Bangladesh...poor country, with better metrics than the US.

Any other countries or areas come to mind? I would love to get a single list together.

Part 2 - Countries and states with high injection rates.
We could always create the other side of the coin: the highly vaccinated countries and states. For example:
- Singapore...
- Scotland...
- Iceland...
- Portugal...
- Gibraltar...over 100% shots, and they are cancelling Christmas because of COVID surges.
- Israel...suddenly dropped out of sight with the third and fourth shots. How are they doing?
- US States...with mandates not doing so well. Vermont, Hawaii, Massachusetts, Rhode Island,
- Australia...they are hardly bumping the numbers above average yearly deaths, cases. But
totalitarian lockdown and mandates.
- New Zealand...another country with few deaths, in lockdown.
- Other highly injected countries??

The Burning Platform
FLCCC Epidemiology of Ivermectin in countries
The Economist, average deaths tracker

This was a start at making the organization more rational, or hopefully easier to read.

Edit to copy for next edition of The Dose.

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@Dawn's Meta The link above Vaccine availability and stats by country is a source to add vaccine types to the list. Variables such as type of vaccine used and incidence of infection when when vaccine programs were started may have some relevancy in the search for answers and new questions to explore.

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--When the opening appears release yourself.

@Dawn's Meta I have been checking raw data on Uttar Pradesh, double checking to make sure that the charts at FLCCC are not misleading.
It would appear that between 8-31 and 9-30 that 69 people died.
And then by 10-31 an additional 8 people died.
UP has between 205 and 240 million people- seems to depend on how they count on any given day?
8 dead in one month is stunningly successful. Looking forward to seeing the latest data and getting caught up to December 1.

Does anyone know if "Chamie" ( who puts together all the wonderful charts for FLCCC) has an open forum where data sourcing can be looked at? Where he shows his math and methodology? His work looks stellar. I would love to ask a few questions, learn some details.

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@Dawn's Meta

Although it's been fairly widely reported that Japan has gone big for IVM and downplayed or abandoned vaccination it is - most unfortunately, IMHO - not the case.

Available 'vaccinations' are only mRNA - Pfizer and Moderna - and the government in the fall ordered a bunch more, more than enough to vax the entire population twice, and they are cranking up the 3rd shot - first for medical workers and then older senior after the first of the year sometime.

There are no government-ordered vax mandates, except maybe for military, but many companies have them and even where they are not formally in place, people can and are coerced into taking the shots.

On the brighter side, there are doctors and some politicians advocating for IVM and some doctors will prescribe it. It is readily available ordered through Japanese-language sites and shipped from Taiwan or India (AFAIK it all originates in India). Some people take it for protection against infection and/or from spike protein shedding from the vaxed (myself included) others have obtained a bit and are hanging on to it in the eventuality of infection.

There are clinical trials of IVM underway, one was just announced in November - a major Japanese pharmaceutical company, Kowa, will sponsor a trial in cooperation with three hospitals in Nagoya.
Trials are also underway at the Kitasato Institute, home of Professor Omura who shared in the 2015 Nobel prize for his role in Ivemectin's development.

Speaking of which:

Quantitative proteomics reveals a broad‐spectrum antiviral property of ivermectin, benefiting for COVID‐19 treatment
Na Li, Lingfeng Zhao, and Xianquan Zhan corresponding author

This study sought to identify ivermectin‐related virus infection pathway alterations in human cells.

Quantitative proteomics revealed that ivermectin‐related proteins are involved in four statistically significant antiviral pathways, including human cytomegalovirus (HCMV), human papillomavirus (HPV), Epstein–Barr virus (EBV), human immunodeficiency virus 1 (HIV1), and COVID‐19 infection pathways.

We identified 52 severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS‐CoV‐2)/COVID‐19‐related protein alterations when treated with and without ivermectin, and these proteins were involved in cytokines and growth factor family, MAP kinase and G‐protein family, and HLA class proteins.

These findings demonstrate the broad‐spectrum antiviral property of ivermectin benefiting for COVID‐19 treatment in the context of predictive, preventive, and personalized medicine in virus‐related diseases.


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FACTS on the ‘godfather’ of vaccines; an actual deposition on what these sick f@ckers do.

Q: Have you ever used orphans to study experimental vaccines?

Dr. Plotkin: Yes.

Q. Have you ever used the mentally handicapped to study experimental vaccines?

Dr. Plotkin: (hesitant until his own writings were cited) Yes.

Q: Have you experimented on the children of mothers in prison or jail?

Dr. Plotkin: Yes.

Q. Did you do so in the Belgian Congo?

Dr. Plotkin: Yes.

Q. Did that experiment involve almost a million people

Dr. Plotkin: Yes

If anybody would like to continue trusting these people, look up Pfizer, or any of the pharmafia company’s and scandal.
Go ahead, I’ll wait. . .

Now go ahead and take that booster.

good luck

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Explain Bldg #7. . .

If you’ve ever wondered whether you would have complied in 1930’s Germany,
Now you know. . .
Sign at protest march

@Tall Bald and Ugly An example of "human in form" would be Plotkin.

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@Tall Bald and Ugly

These are the precise words of Dr. Stanley Plotkin, Godfather of Vaccines and the guy they named the big prize after, in a 1973 letter to the New England Journal of Medicine: “The question is whether we are to have experiments performed on fully functioning adults, and on children who are potential contributors to society, or are to perform initial studies in children and adults who are human in form but not in social potential.”

(Oh I see)

Dr. Stanley Plotkin is still alive. He’s won countless awards — as recently as 2014. He’s regularly called upon to validate the Covid-19 genetic therapy shots inaccurately called “vaccines.” He remains an esteemed colleague of, among other people, Dr. Anthony Fauci. Plotkin has even joined Fauci in pushing parents to line their children up for the untested Covid jab.

Will you please tell me again why you trust Big Pharma, Big Science, the billionaires, and all the other sociopaths pushing an experimental medication on you and your family?

Why wasn’t he charged for doing that? Did we ratify the Nuremberg code? I think it’s mute whether we did or not because it’s considered a crime against humanity to experiment on people who can’t give consent. But then we’d have to charge the CIA for all its illegal experiments on Americans too. Snowball ps in hell come to mind.

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@Tall Bald and Ugly the likelihood of becoming a participant in a research project conducted by one of our many "well respected" medical experts.

Recruitment is difficult and a constant challenge.

The open forum took place on July 8, 2009, with 15 participants across 9 projects. Its purpose was to provide an opportunity for information sharing and discussion of the specific ways in which grantees conduct recruitment. The attendees represented projects that targeted either individuals with a specific condition and/or within a specific demographic population, or the general adult population. Some projects focused on particular chronic conditions such as diabetes, hypertension, cancer, chest pain, and obstructive sleep apnea, while others were focused more generally on medication management or prevention.
Recruitment approaches

Grantees are employing a variety of strategies to make potential participants aware of their projects, including:

  • Sending letters or postcards (often from the patient's provider);
  • Distributing or displaying flyers, pamphlets, brochures, and/or posters;
  • Approaching patients one-on-one in their primary care provider's office or local community clinic;
  • Conducting or participating in health fairs and/or other community outreach activities;
  • Placing phone calls, emails, or sending messages via patient portals or listservs; and,
  • Advertising in university newsletters, local newspapers, radio, or television stations.

Recruitment challenges
The overarching recruitment challenge noted during both the one-on-one calls and the open forum was identifying participants that meet project-specific inclusion criteria. In addition, grantees noted difficulties in communicating the complicated information required during the consent process and in overcoming general resistance to participation in research studies, while still encouraging patients' interest. Grantees also mentioned language barriers as a challenge, in that their rate of enrollment is slowed when the project does not have enough staff members who can speak the primary language of their potential participants. Finally, grantees noted participants' limited access to, discomfort, and/or inexperience with computers as a challenge in recruiting for health IT research studies.
Noteworthy Recruitment Experiences and Guidelines
Grantees aim to minimize the burden on participants in terms of their monetary costs incurred, time spent, and initiative required to join the project.
Grantees make an effort to minimize patients' time necessary to participate by reducing the steps required through the screening, consenting, and enrollment processes. They also mentioned organizing recruitment around patients' pre-scheduled primary care visits and traveling to patient locations instead of requiring them to travel. Finally, some grantees consider passive approaches, such as general advertising, to be less effective because the onus is on the patient to take the initiative and contact the project, resulting in lower response rates.
Grantees develop partnerships to collaborate with community organizations or individuals with relevant expertise. Grantees spoke of the benefit they found in developing relationships with other organizations to meet their recruitment goals.
Grantees also found value in reaching outside the health care community to churches and other community organizations that serve their population of interest.
When trying to recruit particular patient populations based on clinical criteria, grantees use "indirect" recruitment methods.
The grantees noted that, even though these approaches are effective ways to recruit participants, they are not efficient because of the level of effort required of the project personnel to screen those eligible for the project. In these cases, several grantees noted the value of identifying a person the grantee trusts to introduce the project to the participants, such as their primary care provider or church leader. This "person of trust" builds a connection between patients and the project team. The project team is therefore often not the first to inform potential participants about the project. Instead, the team members contact patients after they are already familiar with the goals and scope of the research study.
External forces may affect whether people are willing and/or able to enroll in research projects. Grantees agreed that even when using exemplary recruitment methods and strategies, many eligible participants who could benefit clinically from these projects still are not interested in joining, and those who join often cannot be retained through the course of the project.

National Institute for Health is helping individuals find a research sturdy to join.
Find NIH Clinical Center Trials
National Registry of Research Volunteers

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I will post links to new set around 6PM PST

Yesterday's videos are still up until 6PM PST.

Pfizer’s Unconscionable Crimes, Past and Present

Quick reminder…

Episode 4 expires tonight.

You have about 12 hours left to catch it all, from the time I hit ‘send’ on this email!

Hear from Dr. Zach Bush, the triple board certified physician who’s dedicated decades of his life to finding out how to free yourself from a mindset and lifestyle of fear to understanding and growth.

This isn’t just about medicine.

It’s about changing your life, your mindset to truly thrive in any circumstance.

Dr. Bryan Ardis and Michael Green share the dangers of how the system can really hurt you and hide your problems.

Don’t miss any of these interviews if you want to hear how to protect yourself with the right information.

Plus, get the inside view on how risky the vaccine for this virus really is by listening to Sheryl Ruettgers, an injured patient from her recent C-19 shots.


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@CB I have time to take a look this morning.

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@studentofearth buzz words while cross linking multiple social-economic an models, at times contradicting himself. His stated excitement about human civilization being in a hospice moment is similar to the excitement I have noticed in some medical researchers discussing ethically questionable projects. Going to finish his talk despite the creepy feeling which grows the longer I listen to the evangelical cadence. If decide to skip second speaker starts at about 1:27 (or -1:03) mark.

His website uses sophisticated marketing methods to capture $$ for products and classes to join his vision of a better world.

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awhile back. He's an anti-glyphosate advocate which I can support. The spirituality is a bit much for me, but I sure agree with his approach which I term as side step the system.

The second interview is the nugget. "Run,death is near" (remdesiver) is fully explained. Last hour or so, and wish I could access cut and paste for tomorrows dose. Oh well.

Worth the watch while it is available.

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