AMCD Meets with Medical Researcher Mally Rozbeh on Covid 19 Treatments

December 15, 2021

 

On December 9, 2021, AMCD members met with medical researcher, Dr. Mally Rozbeh. She began by explaining how vaccines have been used since the 18th century and have been very effective against all kinds of diseases which once ravaged mankind, especially children.  Vaccines are a safe and effective way to boost natural immunity. The messenger RNA vaccines create the spike protein chain in a fatty lipid layer instead of using the actual dead virus. It tricks the body into an immune response even though no virus is present. It is the spikes on the virus which attach to the cell wall and this allows the virus to enter the cell and then to replicate.

This novel corona virus, Covid 19, is primarily a respiratory illness affecting the lungs, but can also affect other organs, such as the heart and kidneys. It takes between 2 and 14 days from the initial infection to when symptoms first appear. Those symptoms are like a cold or flu with the addition of the loss of smell and taste.

On February 4, 2020, the Secretary for Health and Human Services declared a health emergency and enabled the emergency use of therapeutic drugs and vaccines. The pharmaceutical companies started working and by December 13, 2020, the Pfizer vaccine was approved. By that time, Pfizer had conducted clinical trials on 46,371 participants of which 42% were minorities, Asian, Black and others, to make sure the vaccine worked across all racial groups.

Dr. Rozbeh explained that the best source of information is the FDA website. There is a warning about immediate allergic reactions to the Moderna vaccine, for example.

Pfizer is working on a therapeutic anti-viral drug called Paxlovid and they hope to have it approved soon.

Other bio-tech companies have developed monoclonal antibody treatments, but they have not proven to be as effective as was hoped and must be taken intravenously.

The delta variant is still the virus of the most concern; omicron is spreading rapidly but seems to create less severe illness.

Iran has mismanaged the virus from the beginning. On January 8, 2021, Khameini prohibited importation of the vaccine from either the U.S. or the U.K. Since then, 175,000 Iranians have died from the disease and the regime has arrested human rights advocates who charged them with mismanagement. Earlier, inn December 2020, Iran ordered 15,000 doses and these were given to the elites.

Dr. Ali Mohseni contributed to the answers below.

Question: Is it possible the vaccines themselves are contributing to the mutation rate and creating these variants?

Not likely. Viruses all have a high mutation rate. The virus that comes out of the body is already a different virus than the one which initially infected the person. The virus hijacks the host’s cellular mechanism to replicate, and it replicates as fast as it can, making lots of mistakes along the way. Viruses all have high mutation rates.

Question: Is it possible to engineer a virus that will attack only certain races?

Viruses can be engineered to be more deadly to some races than others.

Question: Is it possible that Iran deliberately infected its own people to make them easier to control? There were flights going between China and Tehran that were never stopped.

The B.4 variant showed up in Iran on December 12, 2019. From there it went to Taiwan and then to Italy, where the first child died. The code for the B.4 variant was first uploaded to the gene banks and then later pulled on orders of the Iranian government. Furthermore, there was a television show in Iran in 2013 which showed a deadly virus being released from a lab and being treated with an mRNA vaccine, which up to that time had only been used to treat cancer. A strange coincidence.

We cannot predict what variations will develop in the future, but the vaccine has proven less effective against a subset of the Delta variant and so far, very effective against the Omicron variant.

The twenty-first century will be a century of biotechnology. Many diseases that have ravaged us in the past are coming under control. We have also discovered that a drug used for Multiple Sclerosis prevents the virus from attaching to the receptor cells in the lungs. We have also found this compound in Chinese plant, which makes sense because it is likely they would not have developed a virus without first having an antidote. We have found that there were 39 genes inserted into the naturally occurring corona virus to create Covid 19.

Question: Can messenger RNA vaccines trigger the auto-immune system to the point of causing cancer?

No, the vaccine cannot cause cancer.

 

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