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It is an inhaler that will reduce the damage done to the lungs and help people to breath more easily without the need of a ventilator which causes untold damage to the lungs and the life expectancy of the patient, hence it will will save lives and reduce the need for ventilator intrusion which will therefore help the war on the Covid 19 and reduce resultant deaths from the virus.
Ohhh. I think I get it now. Sorry
You're having a bad trip dude. You're safe, and it's going to wear off.
Have you been watching Alex Jones again? Chill your boots.
Reading articles like this does worry me and I can see why others might be wary about having such vaccinations.
If this drug truly can stop progression of this virus and the issues with progression are not fully understood but we’re seeing strokes, cardiovascular damage, liver and kidney damage, not to mention extended time in hospital and the resources and cost implications of that care and delay in being able to treat urgent non covid cases, then this really is a game changer imho
Is that why more countries have been added to the Quarantine list because it’s fizzling out .
ffs what planet you on
Most disruptions are in the US..
Very informative article that highlights just how good an accomplishment the completion of the SNG hospital trial was. Also why it is even more challenging to complete recruitment for the home trial.
Have read it from pmjh's live link (thanks pmjh). Very interesting. I wonder if the vaccines have similar problems, although they (I assume) are looking for a different set, uninfected people who are likely to be infected?
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'Aug. 14, 2020
As the coronavirus pandemic continues to wreak havoc in the United States and treatments are needed more than ever, clinical trials for some of the most promising experimental drugs are taking longer than expected.
Researchers at a dozen clinical trial sites said that testing delays, staffing shortages, space constraints and reluctant patients were complicating their efforts to test monoclonal antibodies, man-made drugs that mimic the molecular soldiers made by the human immune system.
As a result, once-ambitious deadlines are slipping. The drug maker Regeneron, which previously said it could have emergency doses of its antibody ****tail ready by the end of summer, has shifted to talking about how “initial data” could be available by the end of September.
And Eli Lilly’s chief scientific officer said in June that its antibody treatment might be ready in September, but in an interview this week, he said he now hopes for something before the end of the year. '
Thank you, Bella. Very relevant and interesting article. Here is a working link:
I look at this like the gold rush. Not many found gold(vaccine) but those that caught the bug all needed shovels (therapy). The richest man was the one selling shovels.
Dead link @Bella
Oh dear, it's the weekend.
Watch out, the tin foil hat brigade are waking up!
Thing is as dangerous as Covid-19 is (but not to all) you can't be sure nipping that to the chemist for off the shelf tabs will ensure you get better from flu. In fact in the UK deaths attributed to the ’flu have varied between 11,875 and 28,330 per winter season.
Now SNG001 may be an effective treatment, which is yet to be confirmed, but 'Game Changer for Humanity', well that's just over the top hyperbole, get a grip.
A vaccine stimulates your body's immune system to make antibodies to attack the virus.
Antibodies are proteins that recognise and fight off germs, such as viruses, that have invaded your blood.
If you're exposed to the virus after you have had the vaccine, your immune system will recognise the virus and immediately produce antibodies to fight it.
You need to have a flu vaccination every year as the antibodies that protect you from flu decline over time, and flu strains can also change from year to year.
There are 3 types of flu viruses:
Type A flu virus – this is usually the more serious type. The virus is most likely to mutate into a new version that people are not resistant to. The H1N1 (swine flu) strain is a type A virus, and flu pandemics in the past were type A viruses.Type B flu virus – this generally causes a less severe illness and is responsible for smaller outbreaks. It mainly affects young children.Type C flu virus – this usually causes a mild illness similar to the common cold.
Most years, 1 or 2 strains of type A flu circulate, as well as type B.
How the annual flu vaccine changes
In February each year, the World Health Organization (WHO) assesses the strains of flu virus that are most likely to be circulating in the northern hemisphere over the following winter.
Based on this assessment, WHO recommends which flu strains the vaccines should contain for the forthcoming winter.
Flu vaccines protect against 3 or 4 types of flu virus (usually 2 A types and 1 or 2 B types). Vaccine manufacturers produce flu vaccines based on WHO's recommendations.
Covid 19 presents a far greater challenge as we dont yet understand how this will mutate nor do we fully understand how many strains their are.
It may therefore prove impossible to produce a vaccine that the WHO can recognise as covering all coronavirus varient basis for many years to come.
Therapeutic treatments will be crucial in the fight on a ongoing basis.
I say again, Education!
Covid19 spreads very quickly and easily. Just popping down to buy a magic packet will not help prevent the spread. Perhaps you should be properly tested, have it delivered and practice the sensible preventive measures too.
The magic, caped crusading, box of stuff is only a small part of the whole answer.
When I say a game changer for humanity I mean like What do you do when you feel something coming on like the flu or tonsillitis etc???
You go down the shop and you know there will be a stack of either Paracetamol or Ibuprofen on the shelves. You buy a pack You start taking them and you know that in the very near future your going to be ok....
There is nothing for covid19...
and if you get it potentially you could die....Hence world panic and lockdown and massive global recession and economic catastrophy...Along comes Synairgen and bingo Covid19 is vertically the flu or tonsillitis.
The world moves onwards and upwards.
ITS A GAME CHANGER FOR HUMANITY
Exactly...The Common Cold is a corona virus......!
I think the virus doesn’t know it’s Chinese, some of these viruses have been around for millions of years. To say it is Chinese Is laughable to be honest. No offence intended, I do find it funny when Trump says it.
Thanks gkb47, nice 'voice of reason' post.
Some do tend to over hype things.
In reality, to defeat the pandemic (and any other future easily spread similar virus) you need to use all available means and ways. SNG001 will only be but one part of the full solution.
1) education, education, education - are the three best weapons.
2) the basics we can all do; masks, hand washing, social distancing, limiting interactions with other when not needed etc.
3) a vaccine will only be useful for those not yet infected, but how effective will it be? how many can be produced and distributed in a given timeframe etc. i.e not a complete solution.
4) therapeutics, including SNG001, once infected.
All will be needed to reduce the opportunities available to the virus to spread, championing one solution as the caped crusader of virus response is a little irresponsible IMO and may well be counter productive. A general doesn't go into battle without all his available tools!
Some of the comments here are getting a bit surreal now.
"Synairgen is quite simply the game changer of humanity."
Nope, long term won't change a thing.
"It will single handedly rescue the planet from econnomic catastrophy and deliver us from the evil of this Chinese infection."
Bit late for the first part but with the second part you could get a job as Trump's speech writer.
Trump's new catchphrase could be: "We're the king of ventilators & the queen of nebulisers)".