Professor Aditi Bhargava on COVID Science (Testimony & Study)

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Dr. Aditi Bhargava is a molecular neuroendocrinologist and biologist with 33 years of research experience and is the director of laboratory research at UCSF which develops mRNA technology, the same technology used in covid vaccines. Aditi has 62 peer-reviewed publications: CV & Publications. This post features 2 short clips with Aditi regarding a study that gave people SARS-CoV-2 on purpose to study it’s effects and the second is her US Senate Testimony.

Prof. Aditi Bhargava on a “Study that gave unvaccinated volunteers SARS-Cov-2” (2 mins)

Dr. Aditi Bhargava explains a new COVID-19 human challenge study which gave healthy unvaccinated volunteers w/ no prior infection a dose of SARS-COV-2 directly up the nose. Only 50% became infected and none developed serious symptoms.

UK Study Links: Article | Covid-19 Human Challenge Study | Paper in review for Nature (01)

The Human Challenge Programme is a partnership between Imperial College London, the Vaccine Taskforce and Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC), hVIVO (part of Open Orphan plc.), and the Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust.

Among several key clinical insights, researchers found that symptoms start to develop very fast, on average about two days after contact with the virus. The infection first appears in the throat; infectious virus peaks about five days into infection and, at that stage, is significantly more abundant in the nose than the throat.

They also found that lateral flow tests (LFTs) are a reassuringly reliable indicator of whether infectious virus is present (i.e., whether they are a likely to be able to transmit virus to other people).

Eighteen of the volunteers became infected, 16 of whom went on to develop mild-to-moderate cold-like symptoms, including a stuffy or runny nose, sneezing, and a sore throat. Some experienced headaches, muscle/joint aches, tiredness and fever.

None developed serious symptoms. Two participants were excluded from the final analysis after developing antibodies between initial screening and inoculation.

Thirteen infected volunteers reported temporarily losing their sense of smell (anosmia), but this returned to normal within 90 days in all but three participants – the remainder continue to show improvement after three months.

Among the 18 infected participants, the average time from first exposure to the virus to viral detection and early symptoms (incubation period) was 42 hours, significantly shorter than existing estimates, which put the average incubation period at 5-6 days.

Supported Lateral Flow Tests

Importantly, lateral flow tests (LFTs) were shown to be a good indicator of whether someone was harbouring viable virus. Positive LFTs correlated well with lab-confirmed detection of virus from swabs throughout the course of infection, including in those who were asymptomatic.

Supported Masks BLAH

The study also supported wearing a face-covering in crowded, enclosed spaces (however NEVER do these studies compare risk vs benefit with bloody masks – if COVID-19 is mild now to most people, and the masks themselves cause all sorts of other negative risks including an increase in illnesses if you are constantly touching and not constantly putting on a new clean mask every half-hour or so, and that you can get hypoxia, and all the 150+ studies that have shown the harms – please — if you are honest scientists, stop focusing on trying to “avoid COVID” which is an obvious ruse for a Social Credit System, and bring some of the other risk-factors into your critical-thinking risk-vs-benefit decision-making recommendations. AND PLEASE UNMASK OUR KIDS!! (02)

Neutralizing antibodies but not spike antibodies are key

Neutralizing antibodies levels appeared fist and were more robust than spike antibodies levels. The “uninfected” individuals did not develop neutralizing or spike antibody titers. But all infected and symptomatic individuals had a rapid onset of neutralizing antibodies in their serum; the levels were ~4x higher than those for spike antibodies. This finding is of great significance as vaccines are against spike protein and antibodies levels to spike protein have wrongly been touted as determinant of protection against infection and severe disease. These data clearly show that naturally infected people produce neutralizing antibodies against other parts of the virus much sooner than against spike protein and at much higher levels. Targeted and more focused approaches are preferred over one size fits all treatment modalities and vaccine mandates, especially in light of the data that spike antibodies are nowhere as effective in neutralizing real viral exposure as antibodies generated against other parts of the virus after natural infection.

The real-world data also supports mild disease in most, but we have chosen fear over rationale thinking.

Prof. Aditi Bhargava Testifies: “Media reports often state that the science is clear. But scientific publications do not think that the science is clear.” (6 mins)

Prof. Aditi Bhargava gave riveting expert testimony at U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson’s panel discussion in Washington, D.C., which included doctors and medical researchers who treat COVID-19 vaccine injuries, along with patients who have experienced adverse events due to the COVID-19 vaccine.  

Transcript & Slides

My name is Aditi Bhargava and I’m a professor at UCSF and a microbiologist with 33 years of research experience.  These are my scientific views.

Covid-19 vaccines are often compared to polio vaccines.  This is apple to orange comparison because RNA and DNA viruses are fundamentally different. 

DNA viruses mutate at a very slow rate. DNA viruses induce life-long immunity.  After a natural infection with DNA viruses, such as the polio or chickenpox, no-one needs to be vaccinated who develops the disease in their life time. 

In contrast, RNA viruses mutate frequently and do not induce life-long immunity, as we have seen with SARS-CoV-2 or flu viruses.  One can have influenza multiple times in their lives.  Vaccines or no vaccines.  Flu had not been eradicated.  Nor is there any talk to eradicate it.  There is no herd immunity for flu. It is simply not an achievable goal. 

Safety issues happen with vaccines despite best of intentions.  There are no drugs without side-effects.  For example, measles and […] virus vaccines have been recalled due to safety concerns despite stringent clinical trials and years of data.  Unlike drug trials, vaccines trials are different as they are tested on a largely healthy population to prevent infection

Good vaccines are modelled to mimic natural infection and rely on ones own immune system to produce antibodies and provide protection.  Natural immunity is the gold standard. 

CDC estimates that nearly 43% of the country has already been infected with SARS-CoV-2 and thus naturally immune.  And that was all before the more transmissible delta variant took hold.

Living in a bubble of sterile conditions is counterproductive to everything we know about strengthening the immune system.  It’s Immunology 101.  To downplay the beneficial and protective powers of our immune system goes against the founding principles of immunology.  Several studies about SARS-CoV-2 are validating that knowledge. 

There is no documented case of a naturally immune person getting re-infected with severe disease or hospitalisation, despite the first case reported nearly two years ago.  In sharp contrast there are thousands of cases of severe Covid, hospitalisations and deaths in fully vaccinated people

CDC now estimates 90% of Americans over the age of 16 have antibodies against SARS-CoV-2.  But vaccine induced antibodies are only a small fraction of our immune responses. 

Immune studies from the British Health Ministry suggests that Covid vaccines might interfere with the ability of our immune system to produce antibodies against other parts of the virus, [a] crucial aspect for developing cross protection.  The spike antibodies are incomplete and cherry-picked stories. 

Vaccine induced protection fell through 33 to 42% within 3 months.  That is no different than the protection the unvaccinated have.  Hence mandates to prevent spread by using spike antibody levels as the gold standard is gross misrepresentation of data. 

It should not have taken the Massachusetts breakthrough infections this summer to discover that fully vaccinated people are just as vulnerable to being infected and transmit SARS-CoV-2 as the unvaccinated.  Had the trials been stringent, had the phase II and III [trials] stuck to the protocols of follow-up, had the regulators enforced manufacturers to study prevention of infection in their clinical trials, this fiasco could have been avoided.

Instead, manufacturers configured these trials to study the prevention of mild symptoms and used pre-clinical models, such as the rhesus monkeys, in whom the virus does not cause disease.  If all we can do is prevent symptoms and severe disease [then] we should be talking about drugs to treat Covid, not vaccines and mandates. 

We lost the opportunity of discovering these major shortcomings by torpedoing the clinical trials.  The placebo groups were eliminated just two months after the second dose.  Instead, we are learning through trial and error on hundreds of millions of people.  And, we insist on eliminating a very important control group by these vaccine mandates.  There is no scientific study or experimental design in which we can learn anything of value without a control group.  Certainly not about safety and efficacy. 

Persistent high levels of antibodies often indicate […] to the body’s immune system. That is the basis of autoimmune disease. Hence boosters’ long-term adverse events should be taken seriously. The notion that we are in an emergency nearly two years after the pandemic [began] and that should justify cutting corners or taking short-cuts is simply wrong. Trust in scientific methods is at stake.

Media reports often state that [the] science is clear.  But scientific publications do not think that the science is clear. And as you’ve heard from various testimonies – real people suffered serious adverse events and perhaps life-long disabilities due to sloppy trials. 

I will conclude by asking you.  If the vaccines don’t prevent infection and transmission, surely mandating person A to protect person B is pointless?  But if the vaccines are effective – in preventing infection and transmission [and] decreasing symptoms, hospitalisations rates and death – then what do the vaccinated fear?

Thank-you.

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Professor Aditi Bhargava

  • Aditi has 62 peer-reviewed publications: CV & Publications
  • Article: Can mRNA in COVID Vaccine Be Integrated in Our DNA?
  • Article: Human Challenge Study
  • Video: Dr. Aditi Bhargava speaking at length regarding her insights into mRNA vaccine technology – Rumble
  • Video: Dr Aditi Bhargava on Aubrey Marcus Podcast speaking about Moderna, Pfizer, Johnson & Johnson, and AstraZeneca Vaccines in regards to the Spike Protein and the fact that they are ignoring adverse events and promoting “do your part, it’s safe & effective” even though people are developing heart, neurological or auto-immune issues, which are not being monitored or discussed, and how science is not having the proper process or tracking in these new vaccines – YouTube (@30:44 mark)
  • Video: Dr. Aditi Bhargava & Dr. Robert Malone (mRNA COVID-19 Vaccines) on Tommy’s Podcast – Rumble

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