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Where are we in 3 years?

Three years after the start of the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic, the virus is circulating at low levels in France and Europe. However, side effects associated with vaccination are increasing. Description by Jean-Marc Sabatier*, PhD in Cell Biology and Microbiology.

Injection of vaccine – credit freepik

In March 2020, you announced that the SARS-CoV-2 virus deregulated a ubiquitous physiological system called the renin-angiotensin system (RAS) and that this system is responsible for Covid-19 disease. . 3 years later, would you like to see your first analysis?

Three years after this pandemic, various research studies around the world have fully confirmed the atypical mode of action of the SARS-CoV-2 virus described in early 2020. Anticipated and described medical condition Those at that time have now been confirmed.

What medical conditions are involved?

Overactivated AT1R receptor renin-angiotensin system (RAS) has pro-hypertensive, pro-inflammatory, pro-angiogenic, pro-thrombotic, pro-oxidant, pro-hypoxia, pro-fibrosis, and pro-hypertrophic properties. In addition, it reduces nitric oxide, which is involved in inflammation, immunity and memory phenomena.

ACE2 receptor for spike protein

These various adverse effects are related to the ubiquity of the cellular receptor ACE2 (angiotensin-converting enzyme 2), a major target of the SARS-CoV-2 spike protein and vaccine spike protein. In fact, the RAS receptor ECA2 is present on many cell types (epithelial, endothelial, neuronal, immune system, etc.) Different pathologies of Covid-19 It is due to overactivation of the AT1R receptor (which also belongs to RAS).Among these pathologies are diabetes, dyslipidemia, autoimmune diseases, cancer, dermatitis, eye and hearing disorders, heart disorders, various inflammatory diseases (vasculitis, conjunctivitis, uveitis, encephalitis, hepatitis, pancreatitis, thyroiditis, myocarditis, pericarditis, genital damage, etc.), neurological disease

Immunization results

Today, three years after the pandemic began, the virus appears to have receded significantly, especially in France, but side effects have increased significantly. How do you explain this?

These are the combined consequences of viral infection and vaccination. A certain percentage of the vaccine spike protein (produced by the world’s predominantly used mRNA vaccines) has the ability to bind to the ACE2 receptor in the same way that viruses do, and multiple vaccine boosters are expected to reduce this increase in Covid morbidity. I’m explaining. Especially in France, there are more than 2 million people suffering from post-Covid or post-vaccination sequelae (17 million in Europe): increased miscarriages, cardiovascular, neurological, digestive and sexual disorders. …
The importance of RAS at the level of the male and female reproductive organs (its critical role in spermatogenesis, oocyte maturation, sex hormone production, and fetal development) is relevant to these fertility-related pathologies. provide scientific answers.

So are these vaccines falling short of their mark?

Although these vaccines do not prevent individual infection or person-to-person transmission of SARS-CoV-2, they demonstrate their limitations and potential ‘harmful’ effects on humans after three years. Thus, the benefit-risk ratio so highly valued at the start of vaccination is today proving to be highly unfavorable. Let’s hope the worst is yet to come…
Who and who is responsible?

Jean-Marc Sabatier
Jean-Marc Sabatier (DR)

*Jean-Marc Sabatier is Research Director at CNRS and holds a PhD in Cell Biology and Microbiology and an HDR in Biochemistry. He is editor-in-chief of the international scientific journals “Coronaviruses” and “Infectious Disorders – Drug Targets”. he speaks by his own name.

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