CFS – Fact Or Fiction – Has the Coronavirus Started At a New Research Center?
The new coronavirus has been named, “Cases-Corona Virus”, CCR5 molecules are unique amongst cells, and it is believed that the virus can cause disease if we do not contain the disease. Is there a vaccine for this disease?
Dr. Janet Jaffe, Ph.D. from Tufts University discovered the Cause of CRS-V – How Did the Coronavirus Start? She has a very interesting theory, and it is that viruses evolved from cells. Cells have genetic material that allows them to differentiate themselves into different types of cells; as more cells are made by a cell, they start to become more like other cells.
When this happens, cells become more likely to join together and intermingle with other individual cells. Eventually, the immune system begins to recognize these cells as foreign, and start to attack them; with such a complex system, the process gets confusing, and all the cells try to behave in a way to protect themselves from attack. With this sensitivity to being attacked, another system emerges, which begins to shut down when a cell is attacked.
This process of shutting down a cell is very similar to the cellular defense system, called “sensitization” when you are attacked by an insect. In a similar fashion, the immune system attacks viruses with cell sensitization. This has been discovered by Dr. Jaffe, and she has been studying these cells for many years. I am just a fan of her discovery of these interesting cells.
Dr. Jaffe has found that the Vaccinia Virus was the first of its kind. Other viruses had been seen but were too rare for one to notice. Now, the vaccination is much more common than before, and when you take a look at the larger picture, it looks as though many viruses are now shared among other species.
According to Dr. Jaffe, “Vaccine immunity is very different from the immunity we develop from many different species of animals.” Dr. Jennifer G. Hardy has also examined the effects of vaccines on the CCR5 receptors. She found that vaccines affect a very different system than what she had suspected.
It is possible that some vaccines affect the exact same receptor, but the Vaccinia and the rest, have to spread across the surface of the immune system. This may mean that a vaccine is effective against measles, but not the other diseases that use the CCR5 receptors.
There is no doubt in my mind that the human immune system has a lot to do with keeping us healthy, but we also need to be careful to look after ourselves. One of the most important factors to keep in mind is that we cannot expose ourselves to any disease without any protection. And there is no shortage of diseases; every year there are a plethora of them.
We should all be aware of the danger of dangerous diseases and vaccinate ourselves against them. For example, a recent study shows that CFS has a very low incidence rate in Australia, but even more alarming is the fact that a significant percentage of people suffer from measles, mumps, chickenpox, and whooping cough.
Mumps can lead to deafness, hearing loss, temporary blindness, painful swelling of the ears, and in more severe cases, permanent blindness. The only form of protection against mumps is wearing a vaccine-induced antibodies to mumps. But it is still recommended that if a patient thinks he or she has mumps, he or she should receive a vaccination.
There’s no use trying to figure out how the mumps virus came to be, since scientists never manage to figure out the exact mechanism that caused it. There is also no evidence that vaccines have anything to do with the development of mumps, so it really doesn’t matter whether or not you’ve had it before.
Fact: The only time to get a diagnosis of mumps is when symptoms appear. It can be very mild or it can be extremely serious and will probably not be noticed. at first.