Post COVID-19 Vaccine Syndrome Characterized by Auto-Antibodies Against Cardiovascular Receptors and Cytokines
Origins of Dysautonomia Better Understood with Proteomic Study
By Peter A. McCullough, MD, MPH
One of the most common COVID-19 vaccine injury syndromes is dysautonomia characterized by heart palpitations, and fluctuations of heart rate and blood pressure that are inappropriate for the degree of physical activity.
There is great concern that mRNA causes Spike protein production and as a result, some Spike protein is expressed on cell surfaces. This will be true for all mRNA vaccines. It is conceivable that having Spike protein expressed on the surface of endothelial cells, neurons, and adrenal cells could invoke an attack that would cause inappropriate release of three endogenous circulating catecholamines: dopamine, norepinephrine, and epinephrine.
A recent paper by Semmler et al from University Hospital Düsseldorf, Germany has shed new light on what is happening to the vaccinated. The mRNA vaccines are indeed driving the production of Spike protein which is on cell surfaces and in the blood circulation. This is stimulating the production of antibodies not only against Spike protein but also against endogenous receptors and cytokines that must be in close proximity to Spike.
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