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Israeli scientists announce yet another COVID-19 vaccine side effect: herpes zoster

Posted by $ BobCat 3 weeks ago to Science
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Article excerpt: “ ... Blood clots are rightfully one of the more attention-grabbing side effects of COVID-19 vaccines, but Israeli scientists are also warning about another potential side effect: herpes infections.
A study that appeared in the Rheumatology journal notes that scientists there have identified six cases of patients developing the herpes zoster skin rash after receiving the Pfizer vaccine, and other cases have since come to light.
Herpes zoster, also known as shingles, begins as an itchy skin rash with small red bumps, and it can lead to pain and nerve damage if left untreated. It also causes a prolonged burning sensation on the skin that can last long after the rash has disappeared..,, ... The study’s lead researcher, Dr. Victoria Furer, told the Jerusalem Post that after the study was published on April 12, she received emails from patients all over the world reporting that they had also developed herpes zoster after getting the vaccine.
Because immunosuppressed individuals were not allowed to participate in initial clinical trials, it is possible that more cases of herpes zoster and other side effects could begin emerging as many countries’ vaccine efforts continue and people with a range of conditions experience reactions...”

Oh good grief, not only is it an experimental gene therapy, it now enhances and wakes-up other dormant viruses in the body.
We seem to be moving from one nightmare to the next.
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  • Posted by $ Abaco 3 weeks ago
    This goes along with that video shared here recently that included an interview with the vaccine expert who has worked with Bill Gates. In that interview he explains that these mRNA vaccines may leave the recipients open for all kinds of other viruses. Well, my friends...here we go. And, I don't know if you noticed but many who've been vaccinated for COVID have gotten it. Here's a little inside baseball for you on this realm....Those scary measles outbreaks that were all over the news a few years ago so California could justify the forced vaccination program of SB277(?)...Many of those affected were already vaccinated for measles. Ooopsy. There's so much our "health experts" don't know. I'm the only one who admits it...
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  • Posted by mccannon01 3 weeks ago
    Interesting. I was in CVS a few days ago to pick up a prescription and they were giving free "jabs" and the druggist asked if I had any of the vaccines yet. I had to give my DOB (I'm 69) to pick up my package so she really looked perturbed that someone my age hadn't been vaccinated and she gave me the "speech". Being polite I didn't tell her to F-Off, but at the end she was also adamant that I get the shingles vaccine asap if I hadn't already done so in the past. This makes me wonder...
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    • Posted by 25n56il4 3 weeks ago
      If I am not mistaken, my friend had the Shingles vaccine. I have never had a flu vaccine. Even though I get all this free of charge through my insurance. I refused the Shingles vaccine and the Rhogam injection the Army tried to get me to take after my second child was born. If God designed me one way, that's good enough for me.
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  • Posted by ConservativeGuy 2 weeks, 6 days ago
    Herpes Zoster is the proper name for Chicken Pox.

    For those 50 and older who had Chicken Pox, it can often resurface as "Shingles"

    Taking lysine on a daily basis will help keep it at bay, but if it returns, see a physician for known safe anti-viral meds.
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  • Posted by 25n56il4 3 weeks ago
    My BFF got Shingles right after her 2nd vaccine. But, she has Diabetes, Fibromyalgia, Rheumatoid Arthritis, and takes pills TMTC daily. She wears a monitor for Diabetes and has a pain thingy installed in her back. Otherwise she is a lovely person and shouldn't be suffering like this.
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    • Posted by Owlsrayne 2 weeks, 6 days ago
      The thingy in the back for pain is a Spinal Generator. I have had one a rechargeable one for seven years then replaced with a 15 year battery generator which I have surgically re-implanted 3 years ago. The generator is implanted in the hip below the skin layer with a pair of sensor strips running about half way up the spinal column again under the skin layer. In some cases for severe pain the strips are surgically implant right on the spinal column. The generator is programable to the location of the pain and the stimulation to reduce or mask out the pain signals going to the brain. It really works for me.
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  • Posted by $ Thoritsu 2 weeks, 6 days ago
    Vaccines are not experimental gene therapy. We need to avoid such comments (particularly outside this forum) or the rest will be dismissed as "wrong". Credibility is important. This is very much like the idiots protesting GMO foods asserting eating them will cause mutation. Eating tomatoes does not cause human mutation, and neither does eating a modified tomato.

    The rest is a little worrisome. Shingles is a different virus. Perhaps the vaccine enabled a susceptibility due to pushing the immune system in another direction. The vaccine itself can not "cause" shingles.
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    • Posted by $ blarman 2 weeks, 6 days ago
      Vaccines are not gene therapy, we agree. The problem is that the public is being sold experimental gene therapy treatments for COVID as if they were vaccines. I also agree that credibility is important and that when our public servants and policy makers engage in this kind of duplicity we should call them out on it.
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      • Posted by $ Thoritsu 2 weeks, 6 days ago
        Haven't heard about those yet. Totally agree regarding anything to minimize government.
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        • Posted by $ blarman 2 weeks, 6 days ago
          Only the Johnson & Johnson version is anywhere close to a real vaccine. Both the Moderna and Pfizer treatments are gene therapy - not vaccines.
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          • Posted by $ Thoritsu 2 weeks, 6 days ago
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            • Posted by $ blarman 2 weeks, 6 days ago
              Yes, I've heard this before. But what the author admits is that these treatments do not introduce a weakened or actual form of the microbe to allow the body to respond naturally (a real vaccine), but attempt to fool the body into thinking it is under attack by instigating an immune response. The reason this key distinction is relevant is because the deaths which are happening as a result of these therapies (including two friends of my wife) are because the body is far more complex than a simple mRNA strand can account for. I'm not doubting the sincerity of those creating these substances. But the fact that they were only released to the public under an emergency use authorization without the 3-5 years of clinical trials necessary should give pause, as should the fact that this research is still in its infant stages.

              I would also note that the government has altered definitions at will, so the author citing the CDC, et al to try to include these gene therapy treatments as vaccines is a fallacy of self-reference. I note that the CDC just prior to the COVID outbreak revised the definition of "pandemic" to be based on infections rather than fatality rate as had been the norm for decades. I note that the CDC revised their instructions to coroners in order to inflate the COVID death counts.

              If you want to call them vaccines you go right ahead. I'm going to call them what they are: gene therapy treatments which are more dangerous than the real virus.
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              • Posted by $ Thoritsu 2 weeks, 6 days ago
                If you don't want to call them vaccines, use something other than gene therapy. It is wrong, and unnecessary, not unlike "assault rifle".
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                • Posted by $ blarman 2 weeks, 6 days ago
                  Do they use genetic code? Yes. They use mRNA. Do they condition the body to respond? Yes. Thus they are a therapy. Sounds pretty accurate to me. If you have an alternative, I'm open to suggestions.
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                  • Posted by $ Thoritsu 2 weeks, 6 days ago
                    Ok, is a virus, like the common cold, gene therapy? No

                    Do either one of them alter ones DNA at all? No

                    So...No
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                    • Posted by $ blarman 2 weeks, 6 days ago
                      I would suggest that there is overlap; that the phrase "gene therapy" does in fact include both genetic manipulation (ie fundamental alteration of genetic code) as well as therapeutic treatments (using genes to trigger automatic responses from the body as opposed to chemicals) perhaps. But be wary that to label ALL gene therapy as the former is a fallacy of inclusion.

                      Also, I would be very careful about arguing that a virus neither alters DNA nor acts as gene therapy. There is no question that a virus injects its own RNA into a body's cell so that the body's own pre-programmed mechanisms for replicating RNA are triggered. That sounds pretty much like gene therapy to me. And inasmuch as the body's own DNA is subverted to the invading RNA replication process, one can argue that this subversion effectively replaces the cell's own governing DNA with the virus'. I don't think either of your arguments is nearly as sound as they are being portrayed.
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                      • Posted by $ Thoritsu 2 weeks, 6 days ago
                        I get colds. Others get colds. We remain humans, with unaltered DNA. Knock it off.

                        If viruses naturally and aggressively perform "x", it is not reasonable to get wound up about our version of "x". If you want to say "x" is "gene therapy", that is your choice. When communicating with others, it will be very much like using the term "ketchup" to describe Tabasco. Only other people that think Tabasco is a form of ketchup will get it. The rest will think you are unhinged, and treat the rest of what you say accordingly.

                        You may not care. You may not be seeking to change other's minds. I am in a different place.
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                        • Posted by $ blarman 2 weeks, 6 days ago
                          You prefer the term vaccine because you are thinking of the matter in terms of its outcome - that of conferring immunity to a specific microbe. (What's incredibly odd here is that now Dr. Fauci is saying that a person may have to continue to have shots every six months, which raises my BS flag...) I use the term gene therapy because I am thinking about the matter in terms of its implementation and the broader implications to one's overall health. Those "side-effects" and "broader implications" have killed two of my wife's friends and nearly killed a sister-in-law.

                          Those side-effects are NOT being disclosed to the public in good faith. Having been a student of marketing and an IT professional who's dealt with unscrupulous contractors, I have a tendency to look past the hype to focus on how something actually functions. Is the goal of immunity to a particular pathogen a compelling interest? Surely that we can agree on. The remaining question centers around how we achieve that immunity. I, however, am decidedly suspect of something where the cure seems to be as bad as the disease.

                          Are you aware of the mechanisms of the body used in stopping a virus? There are two attacks and both must function properly to defeat a viral infection. The first is to surround the virus itself with antibodies secreted by the immune system. Then the white blood cells (phagocytes) gobble them up and destroy them or haul them to the excretory system (obviously on a large scale). The second attack is to destroy the infested cells which are producing viral content. Certain white blood cells go around placing markers on cells indicating they have been compromised. Then other white blood cell effectively poison the marked cell, destroy it, and haul off the remains.

                          Once a cell has been compromised by a virus, however, it is no longer a productive part of the body. It is no longer "human." It is a virally-controlled entity - regardless its original DNA. The virus doesn't have to alter the DNA itself to fundamentally destroy normal cell function. And if enough viral alteration happens, the body is overwhelmed and dies - the "human" succumbing to the virus.

                          (An autoimmune disease such as Type I Diabetes, Hashimoto's, certain forms of arthritis, etc. occur when the body's own white blood cells mistakenly target normal/healthy cells for destruction. I am intimately acquainted with all three conditions.)
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