1. cyn nobs cyn nobs United States says:

    So could this spike protein/ACE2 fusion account for the neurological issues we are also seeing after CV19 vaccinations? I’m not a scientist but if I am understanding this article correctly it seems logical that if these full spike proteins are the cause of these issues in CV19 they would do the same as expressed in the mRNA vaccines. Don’t we already have medications that can inhibit this connection to the ACE2 receptors? …
    Which could help protect people with CV19 and vaccine side effects?

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