Tuesday, September 29, 2020

Coronavirus

The serious symptoms of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) and Proinsulin C-Peptide

The 81-year-old Erzsébet Szabó Lajosné didn’t think that she had the coronavirus, but it was difficult for her to even speak...

COVID-19 is effectively treatable: the brain is the solution

Gabor Varga’s vlog on the Coronavirus (COVID-19) and the strengthening of the central nervous system

Articles

COVID-19: Restoring endogenous nitric oxide (NO) related homeostasis may be an effective and natural way to decrease replication of COVID-19

NO seems to inhibit the replication cycle of severe acute respiratory coronavirus. It is expected that this can be exploited in...

COVID-19: Methods to avoid the severe outcome of COVID-19: the role of the injured central nervous system (CNS) in lymphopenia and oxygen deficiency

It is an emerging concern that the virus may damage the CNS, the brainstem, particularly the part of it regulating cardiopulmonary functions....

Letti’s autism

Robi and his mum Anita have been living together with Robi's autism for many years. Recently positive changes have started...

COVID-19 attacks antiviral lymphocytes: but there is a solution

(Send this to any immunologist you know, they will be happy to hear this news, maybe it is not too late.)

COVID-19: Central proinsulin C-peptide may improve immune cell imbalances in severely affected patients

Heart rate variability (HRV) is in inverse association with inflammatory markers, which is, for this reason, an indicator of the anti-inflammatory reactivity...

Severe brain injury, ataxia

Martin had to return from a state of crisis. Two weeks before his eighth birthday, he was in a serious accident: he...

Case studies of intranasal administration of C-peptide to persons with brain damage

Gábor Varga and Márta Gadó PhD Abstract In the beginning of 2020 a team of special...

COVID-19: Hunagrian researchers discovered the biological mechanism of covid-19 related cytokine storm that proinsuline c peptide may prevent

SARS-CoV-2 can recruit the host protein phosphatase 2A (PP2A) and it manipulates by it the host’s antiviral responses.(1) With the help of...

A honlap további használatához a sütik használatát el kell fogadni. További információ

A süti beállítások ennél a honlapnál engedélyezett a legjobb felhasználói élmény érdekében. Amennyiben a beállítás változtatása nélkül kerül sor a honlap használatára, vagy az "Elfogadás" gombra történik kattintás, azzal a felhasználó elfogadja a sütik használatát.

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