(If ya’ll could only see my eyes rolling – I am pretty sure something nearly detached itself! …. ) January 20th came and and was still wet behind the ears when the World Health Organization (WHO) changed their guidelines on [email protected] virus diagnoses.
Anyone else not surprised? 🙋♀️
With their new set of “diagnostic recommendations”, I feel they owe a long overdue apology to the thousands of scientists, physicians, and health care professionals who had raised cumulative concerned voices over the misuse of the PCR testing as a diagnostic tool. So far, no apology…. only.
If this topic is confusing, here’s a quick recap:
1. PCR testing (what is being used as the primary diagnostic tool for the ‘rona) cannot differentiate between a live infectious virus from an inactivated virus fragment that is not infectious. This has ALWAYS been the case.
2. High cycle threshold values of most PCR testing increases the risk of false positives. This too has ALWAYS been the case. High cycle threshold values was what was being predominately used to make said diagnoses as per WHO guidelines.
“And the things that we fear are a weapon to be held against us.” ~Ian rush
My job as a holistically minded health coach is to look for root causes. Root causes are everywhere. Sometimes they are quite trickily hidden, and other times, they are quite obvious. 😉
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