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Ground Truths β€’ 10191 implied HN points β€’ 22 Feb 24
  1. Recent studies shed light on the disrupted blood-brain barrier in Long Covid, with implications for brain fog and inflammation.
  2. Persistent SARS-CoV-2 infections increase the risk of Long Covid, with viral loads indicating active replication.
  3. Interferon-gamma biomarker shows promise in diagnosing and treating Long Covid, potentially aiding in clinical trials.
Are You Okay? β€’ 1917 implied HN points β€’ 25 Mar 24
  1. Cancer is a set of diseases with unique risk factors, treatments, and prognoses. Understanding this can help manage anxiety and ruminations about personal risk.
  2. Not all cancers are hereditary, and the absence of cancer in the family doesn't guarantee immunity. Knowing individual risk factors and getting appropriate screenings are important.
  3. Cancer is common, affects a large percentage of the population, and doesn't discriminate. Healthy habits, symptom awareness, and early detection play crucial roles in managing cancer risk.
Pierre Kory’s Medical Musings β€’ 4422 implied HN points β€’ 21 Jan 24
  1. Dr. Hoffe's statements on the efficacy of ivermectin in treating Covid-19 are supported by a large body of scientific evidence, including numerous positive meta-analyses and health ministry reports.
  2. Dr. Corneil's expert report ignored significant positive evidence on the effectiveness of ivermectin, focusing on selective negative studies and flawed trials.
  3. The exclusion of key studies, manipulation of trial data, and reliance on questionable criteria suggest a biased and disingenuous approach in evaluating the efficacy of ivermectin for Covid-19 treatment.
2nd Smartest Guy in the World β€’ 4992 implied HN points β€’ 08 Jan 24
  1. Ivermectin has at least 15 anti-cancer mechanisms of action.
  2. Studies suggest Ivermectin can treat a variety of cancers.
  3. High doses of Ivermectin, possibly combined with Fenbendazole, may be beneficial for treating cancer.
2nd Smartest Guy in the World β€’ 3832 implied HN points β€’ 21 Jan 24
  1. Ivermectin, known as 'horse dewormer,' is now proving to be a powerful cancer treatment protocol.
  2. Combining Ivermectin with Fenbendazole creates a potent anti-cancer, anti-parasitic, and anti-viral therapy.
  3. Doctors suggest cancer may be related to intracellular parasites and Ivermectin may help in treating it.
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2nd Smartest Guy in the World β€’ 2555 implied HN points β€’ 06 Feb 24
  1. A synergistic pairing of ivermectin and fenbendazole is highly effective at preventing and treating cancer.
  2. Both ivermectin and fenbendazole show promise in inhibiting the growth and spread of cancerous tumors.
  3. Combining ivermectin and fenbendazole with other anti-cancer nutrients like quercetin, vitamins C and D, and curcumin can enhance their effects.
Freddie deBoer β€’ 11535 implied HN points β€’ 14 Jun 23
  1. The American mental healthcare system needs more than vague criticisms to be fixed.
  2. Expanding access to mental healthcare requires understanding and addressing the existing stigma and challenges within the system.
  3. Advocacy for mental healthcare should focus on realistic goals and solutions, rather than relying on vague critiques and unfounded assumptions.
COVID Intel - by Dr.William Makis β€’ 1709 implied HN points β€’ 11 Feb 24
  1. Young individuals diagnosed with kidney cancer have shown aggressive progression and poor responses to treatment, especially in cases related to the COVID-19 mRNA vaccinated.
  2. The story of a 17-year-old experiencing rapid growth of Stage 3 Renal Cell Carcinoma to Stage 4 highlights the aggressive nature of the disease.
  3. The post presents 25 tragic cases that depict the challenges and complexities associated with kidney cancer in young people.
2nd Smartest Guy in the World β€’ 2358 implied HN points β€’ 11 Jan 24
  1. Combination therapy of doxycycline and ivermectin may help prevent and reverse heart damage caused by Covid-19 vaccines
  2. Research suggests that anti-inflammatory and anti-MMP compounds could be effective in treating myocarditis
  3. Clinical trials are needed to assess the safety and effectiveness of compounds like doxycycline, ivermectin, resveratrol, zinc, and tetracyclines in myocarditis treatment
The FLCCC Alliance Community β€’ 1316 implied HN points β€’ 11 Feb 24
  1. Dr. Pierre Kory emphasizes the need for a better healthcare system that puts patients before profits, focuses on robust scientific debate, and empowers patients to take control of their own healthcare.
  2. The FLCCC is conducting an observational cancer study in collaboration with five U.S. clinics to track patient responses to various adjunct cancer therapies using repurposed drugs.
  3. Dr. Pierre Kory presents evidence suggesting clinically significant shedding of spike proteins from vaccinated individuals, which he believes should be a focal point in discussions about mRNA vaccine boosters.
Alexander News Network -Dr. Paul Elias Alexander's substack β€’ 1434 implied HN points β€’ 22 Jan 24
  1. Michael Strahan's daughter was diagnosed with medulloblastoma, a rare form of brain cancer.
  2. There is mention of a potential gene vaccine that could help with the cancer.
  3. The post raises the question of whether Michael should consider specific mRNA vaccines.
Are You Okay? β€’ 1238 implied HN points β€’ 22 Jan 24
  1. Depression is a medical condition, not a flaw. Seeing your doctor is crucial.
  2. Treatment options for depression vary and can include therapy, lifestyle changes, or medication like Prozac, Lexapro, and Zoloft.
  3. Pharmacotherapy, like antidepressants, can be beneficial in managing depression when used as part of a holistic treatment plan.
Your Local Epidemiologist β€’ 1227 implied HN points β€’ 18 Jan 24
  1. The prevalence of long Covid may be decreasing due to a decline in severe disease and the changing virus over time.
  2. Vaccines, especially with additional doses, help protect against long Covid in both children and adults.
  3. Long Covid is a complex condition with various underlying causes, such as viral persistence, immune responses, and gut microbiome links.
Curing Addiction β€’ 142 HN points β€’ 26 Apr 24
  1. The use of GLP-1 drugs like Ozempic is showing potential to disrupt big tobacco, candy, and alcohol industries.
  2. Reports suggest that GLP-1 drugs are impacting consumer behavior, such as reducing spending at restaurants and consumption of cigarettes and alcohol.
  3. The rise of GLP-1 drugs is projected to have a significant market worth and could potentially reshape consumer sectors by influencing behaviors related to food and substance cravings.
Samstack β€’ 1114 implied HN points β€’ 25 Oct 23
  1. There are various drugs like Naltrexone and Antabuse aimed at helping with alcoholism, but their effectiveness is limited and some findings are questionable.
  2. Most alcoholics who successfully stop drinking do so without any formal treatment, suggesting treatment efficacy may not be as high as expected.
  3. Alcoholics Anonymous, CBT, and other therapies may help, but their impact on recovery is small and success rates are fairly significant even without treatment.
COVID Reason β€’ 1493 implied HN points β€’ 31 Jul 23
  1. Remdesivir, a controversial drug, was approved by the FDA for COVID treatment in kidney patients.
  2. Family members of patients express anger and grief over the use of Remdesivir, linking it to worsened health conditions and deaths.
  3. Financial incentives and hospital protocols played a significant role in the administration of Remdesivir, raising concerns about ethics and patient care.
Rory’s Always On Newsletter β€’ 786 implied HN points β€’ 15 Oct 23
  1. The podcast episode discusses the lesser-known symptom of speech impairment in Parkinson's disease.
  2. People with Parkinson's, like Mark Mardell and Gillian Lacey-Solymar, can experience significant voice changes.
  3. DBS treatment for Parkinson's can have side effects on speech, but specialized training like LSVT can help improve voice quality.
Curing Addiction β€’ 99 implied HN points β€’ 05 Apr 24
  1. Addiction might be curable by modifying addictive drive biologically, shifting treatment significantly.
  2. Evidence supports the idea that addiction can be biologically changed, opening doors for potential cures.
  3. New medications like GLP-1 drugs show promise in reducing addictive behaviors, offering hope for addiction treatment advancement.
Rory’s Always On Newsletter β€’ 1356 implied HN points β€’ 12 Jul 23
  1. The author has been seeking hard data about his Parkinson's symptoms to understand their severity and response to medication.
  2. Monitoring technology like PD Monitor can provide detailed insights into symptom presence and medication effectiveness over time.
  3. The data revealed that the effectiveness of the author's medication peaks before 11am, making it clear that eating a big breakfast close to pill time can impact absorption.
The Frontier Psychiatrists β€’ 255 implied HN points β€’ 12 Jan 24
  1. Benzodiazepines like Ativan and Xanax are linked to higher risk of suicide, even in individuals without prior psychiatric history.
  2. Studies have consistently shown an increased risk of suicide with benzodiazepine exposure.
  3. Alternative treatments to benzodiazepines are needed for anxiety to prevent the heightened suicide risk associated with these medications.
The Microdose β€’ 589 implied HN points β€’ 05 Jun 23
  1. Psychedelic clinical trials often exclude participants taking SSRIs to isolate the effects of the single drug being studied.
  2. The main risk of mixing SSRIs and psychedelics is serotonin toxicity, but in healthy volunteers, the risk seems low.
  3. Tapering off SSRIs can have risks, including the return of depression or anxiety symptoms and serotonin discontinuation syndrome.
Are You Okay? β€’ 499 implied HN points β€’ 21 Jul 23
  1. Hormone replacement therapy (HRT) can be considered before menopause if a woman is experiencing menopausal symptoms and low estrogen is identified as the cause.
  2. Menopausal hormone therapy (MHT) is generally safe for healthy women when started within 10 years of menopause, and the benefits usually outweigh the risks.
  3. Continuing hormone replacement therapy after the age of 65 should be assessed based on individual health risks and conditions to determine if the benefits still outweigh the potential downsides.
LIL Science β€’ 491 implied HN points β€’ 13 Jul 23
  1. Locally acquired cases of malaria have been diagnosed in Florida and Texas for the first time since 2003.
  2. Transmission of malaria within the United States is very rare, with efforts focused on increasing vector control in affected areas.
  3. Taking preventive measures like controlling mosquitos at home and seeking medical care if symptoms develop is advised in areas where malaria has been detected.
Are You Okay? β€’ 359 implied HN points β€’ 20 Aug 23
  1. The latest COVID sub-variant, EG.5, is becoming dominant but doesn't seem more contagious or severe than prior variants.
  2. New COVID boosters are expected soon, recommended for high-risk individuals like those over 65 or with underlying health issues.
  3. It is best to space out receiving COVID, flu, and RSV shots to minimize potential side effects.