Virologists reveal how poor man’s amino acid cure for COVID-19 would abolish need for vaccines (UPDATE)
09/14/2021 / By News Editors / Comments
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Virologists reveal how poor man’s amino acid cure for COVID-19 would abolish need for vaccines (UPDATE)

Move over hydroxychloroquine and ivermectin, two widely extolled prescription medicines used to treat COVID-19 viral infections.  A natural cure for COVID-19 that is widely available and affordable for even the poorest of people on the planet has been confirmed by a team of virologists who have spent a lifetime studying the underlying causes of viral infections.

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Most authors are thrilled when we republish their work, with full credit and a link back to the original source. But due to a request from Sardi, we are removing this article.

In this time of crisis for humanity, when open source information desperately needs to be shared with the public to halt infections, hospitalizations and deaths, it is astonishing that some people would want their work to be read by fewer people. It is this type of small-minded thinking, we believe, that has led humanity to the very crisis we are facing right now.

Information about treatments, cures or prevention methods should be widely shared and openly distributed as long as credit is given to the original authors, and this is a protocol we have always honored.

Nevertheless, we will honor the strange request.

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