Omicron, a rare achievement – Unlink report | Health: From the archive, 28 May 2020


Omicron is the hyphenation of virology and bioluminescence, so it is an acronym for Oxidation On Skin. Its proponents argue that Omicron (Artificial Injectable Intruder Vaccination) targets and vaccinates against diseases caused by allergens, and that it is safer than conventional vaccines because it is like a special soda with no sugar. They call it a “near-mercifully” alternative. It does have benefits. Some symptoms of Omicron use are immune suppression and stomach upset.

Omicron has been given to infants at some clinics in Israel and has been demonstrated to induce immunity. In Israel it is administered in hospital rooms or walk-in clinics.

Investigators’ Review

Dr Moshe Laskov describes the upcoming synthesis at the University of Washington and is first author of the statement “Genomic analyses and safety assessments of a new Multifocal UV Raman-Uranus series of nanoparticles.”

The goal of the publication is to evaluate the safety of the injected nanoparticles. Toxicity was evaluated by laboratory tests to determine the safety of the nanoparticles under a wide range of conditions, including those of application, storage, supply, and ambient contamination.

This reviewer says: “Despite the possibility of hyper- or under-stimulation and the potential for attracting and harmful intermediate molecules, very few components given to the samples were shown to be highly toxic or immunotoxic.”

You may find it refreshing to think that injections, or vitamins, could have so much safety. It was thought so back in the day and still is. The solution to having everything you need with you wherever you go is to give your immune system an ounce of prevention.

The authors of the statement hope to expand testing in this line of therapy and identify improvements that allow this new approach to become a viable option for children, particularly those with allergy problems.

“Although the details of the preparation are rather close to proprietary business practices,” they write, “we share our findings with this media in hopes that they can be used to support the development of improved devices that would be more effective, which will mitigate potential deficiencies.”

Great stories from the anthrax vaccination campaign:

Unfortunately the story about the radioactively-rich, vitamins-concocted danger inducer , ended badly. It might have been a sad footnote to the widespread vaccination program, the American innovation of the 20th century. Instead, the HIV specialists recall how the aerosol could have treated significant numbers of people at risk in Africa.

It is useful to have empathy for the challenge that Omicron poses to those who are allergic to certain things. I sometimes feel sad that some parents will let their children avoid any possible vaccine that they can’t handle because of the challenge of the safety. I don’t blame the parents. Vaccinations continue to have benefits.

Omicron treatment For allergy clearance From Plasmarker Research Blogs on Reddit:

It seems that, unlike a normal skin injection, Omicron by itself does not stimulate or antagonize allergy, and over three weeks the parents were “properly instructed” by their daughter’s doctor that they were receiving a placebo treatment and should not expect to see symptoms. Nevertheless, they wanted it to be an effective treatment. The OC medication has given their daughter an adequate immune response which should have the same effect as a HCT and reduce her allergy activity.

They blogged about the experience here .

This is a short review of the current consensus about Omicron research. As has been the case with other scientific advances, there will be criticisms and efforts to refine and expand evidence. This new research in Omicron technology is a good example.

Image: Omicron

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