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Just before Christmas of 2021, the FDA awarded Pfizer Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) for its new COVID pill. Paxlovid, as the drug is called, has been heralded as a quick and effective way to combat the SARS-CoV-2 outbreak, with many hoping that a pill form of treatment will help persuade the hundreds of thousands of Americans who have declined COVID shots.
But there may be a fatal flaw with Pfizer’s latest drug: Patients who take Paxlovid are reporting secondary cases of COVID-19.
More than 2.8 million courses of Pfizer’s Paxlovid have been made available at pharmacies around the United States, with the Biden administration working to improve access to the drug. But, as Paxlovid has become more widely used, some patients have reported that COVID-19 symptoms recurred after completing treatment and experiencing improvement.
Often referred to as a “rebound” or “relapse” of COVID-19 after taking the standard five days of Paxlovid pills, experts say key questions need to be answered around why it happens, who is being affected, and how doctors should handle the cases.
For example, one report from Veterans Affairs doctors describes a 71-year-old man who saw his COVID-19 symptoms quickly clear up after two days of taking the drug. But four days after finishing the full course of Paxlovid, his symptoms returned for a few more days.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has been consulting with the National Institutes of Health over potential data sources that can be used to study the cases, a CDC spokesperson said in a statement. No NIH studies are underway yet, the NIH said in a statement, though federal scientists are “actively discussing” ways to investigate the phenomenon.
It’s unclear how often “post-Paxlovid rebound” occurs, but UC San Francisco Department of Medicine chair Dr. Robert Wachter said he knows of at least one person who completed Paxlovid treatment and then became infectious again, spreading the virus to other family members.
“It can happen,” Wachter tweeted. “If you develop recurrent symptoms and have a [positive] rapid test, you are infectious. Please act accordingly.”
I know of at least one case in which someone w/ post-Paxlovid rebound infected several other people (family members) during phase 2.
So at least per this n-of-1, it can happen. If you develop recurrent symptoms and have a + rapid test, you are infectious. Please act accordingly.
— Bob Wachter (@Bob_Wachter) May 11, 2022
Los Angeles County Public Health Director Barbara Ferrer said post-Paxlovid COVID-19 relapses are “real.”
“They’ve happened in a significant enough number that they’ve been noticed by lots of folks in lots of different places,” she said.
Even California (who ranked 47th in efficacy of state COVID response) seems to agree that this phenomenon is “real,” and “can happen.” More importantly, these health officials from the Golden State seem to acknowledge that people who take Pfizer’s COVID-19 pill and recover, may experience subsequent infection and have the capability of infecting others.
Still, most health officials recommend the use of Paxlovid for anyone who tests positive or is experiencing COVID symptoms. What happened to “stopping the spread?” (That’s not rhetorical; we really want to know.)
Pfizer’s response is twofold. First, they brush aside the reports of secondary infection as uncommon. No big deal. Nothing to see here.
“We do surveillance of patients in very large databases. And we have access to more than 300,000 Paxlovid treated in one of the databases. We have reports of this happening in about 0.005% (1 in 200, not a great statistic for a drug that’s causing the very disease it’s meant to cure) or less,” Dr. Mikael Dolsten, Pfizer’s chief scientific officer, told the company’s investors during an earnings call this week.
Around 2% of patients saw a rebound in Pfizer’s clinical trials of Paxlovid, the company’s executives said. “It’s not really related to Paxlovid, but more to the individuals that then need to clear the virus. And it is a virus that can either reinfect patients or there can be reservoirs left in the patients,” Dolsten said.
Of course: blame the patients. If the amount of COVID leftover from the COVID drug is enough to make you sick again, that’s YOUR fault.
Their second response (which is ingenious from a business standpoint) is to throw more Paxlovid at the Paxlovid problem.
Top executives at Pfizer said patients who have symptoms come back after finishing off the five-day treatment could simply start a new round of the pills. “It could be that in some cases, there is a rebound. That was why the label speaks about the second treatment that can be given,” Pfizer’s CEO Albert Bourla told investors.
The CEO told Bloomberg that patients can take another course, “like you do with antibiotics.” “Paxlovid does what it has to do: It reduces the viral load,” Bourla continued. “Then your body is supposed to do the job.”
Oh, like natural immunity? Even the FDA, which has an extremely close relationship with Pfizer, was skeptical:
The Food and Drug Administration says that there is “no evidence” that taking more pills of Paxlovid will help patients who see a resurgence of the disease. Here’s the full FDA statement:
“We are continuing to review data from clinical trials and will provide additional information as it becomes available. However, there is no evidence of benefit at this time for a longer course of treatment (e.g., 10 days rather than the 5 days recommended in the Provider Fact Sheet for Paxlovid) or repeating a treatment course of Paxlovid in patients with recurrent COVID-19 symptoms following completion of a treatment course.”
A spokesperson for Pfizer declined to comment “on conversations between medical professionals,” but said that “there are no limitations” in the FDA’s emergency use authorization for treating “subsequent COVID-19 infections” in eligible patients.
However, doctors caution that even the theoretical argument for an additional course remains tenuous — and that a second round of pills is not without its downsides.
While Pfizer and the FDA say they have not spotted any signs of resistance to Paxlovid in rebound cases so far, experts warn that increased use of the drug could increase the risk of the virus evolving resistance.
Want to know why drug resistance is such a big problem?
“We have no data to support that a second course really is a benefit. Anecdotally, most people simply get better. We have a lot of theoretical reasons why maybe that second course isn’t needed,” says Dr. Roy Gulick, chief of the division of infectious diseases at Weill Cornell Medicine.
- Pfizer has pills for treating COVID-19.
- They’ve been granted Emergency Use Authorization, which means they’re still experimental.
- The existing safety and efficacy studies have been conducted and/or funded by Pfizer.
- The primary purchaser of this experimental drug is the U.S. government (YOUR tax dollars).
- The drug seems to be capable of causing the very disease it’s meant to treat.
- The solution to this problem is to take another dose of the drug.
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Robert Goldstein says
I Love Ty and Charlene Bollinger and have watched and shared all 8 documentaries with family and friends. One of my friends is DR. GERRY SMITH. Gerry is a Naturopathic healer and has a ten part documentary on REVERSING CANCER. His book is called CANCER DECONSTRUCTED. Please let me know how I can introduce Dr. Smith to Ty and Charlene Bollinger. Thank you.
Sandy Opatz says
Where can you purchase his book and documentary?
Yes, my 98 year old mother took the paxlovid for 5 days, was feeling great and two days later tested positive for covid and far sicker than the first infection.
Ty n Charlene, I personally want to Thank the both of you for all your hard work! I and a number of my friends watch your series n I bought the Patriot Pkg. I havent received it yet. Hope to get it soon so I can share the DVD’s with more people! From the beginning I began to research the Plandemic n will never get the Jab!!! I never get flu Jabs either! Your series was the best history lesson ever!!! I sure hope the people of Rhode Island fight against what should be illegal to fine the unvaxxed!
Again I Thank You Both
There was an article written on the News With Views web site a few weeks. The title was “Beware Of The Sorcerors’ Medicine.” I refuse to take even the over-the-counter stuff. I get it that people want healing and relief from pain. At what cost? Adverse medical reactions, side effects, destruction of the immune system? I will eventually watch the truth about detox series I purchased from this site. I doubt that adding more toxic substances to the body will improve anyone’s health, short-term or long term.
Anne Peterson says
Appreciate your hard work so much! I’m 88, had Covid along with 6 family!! My husband and son-in-law passed from Covid on same day, same hospital. They both had underlying issues. Both Belivers!✝️ None of us were jabbed. I was in hospital 10 days.
I’m thankful for all I’ve learned from you, right from your first series! I thought from the very beginning that Covid , lockdowns and jabs were very sinister. I had enough knowledge and info to realize we were mislead! My daughter, a nurse was fired due to mandates. We are managing without her job and our husbands by God’s Grace! He is with us. And I know He is with you!
May God continue to bless your work!!!
I think I’d add that the clinical trials were done on UNVACCINATED people, not vaccinated. They had no idea if this would work on vaccinated – and they’re the ones taking this treatment. Unvaccinated and those with common sense would stick with ivermectin hcq, vit d, zinc, quercetin, vit c.
Dean Mindock says
Thanks Ty & Charlene for being warriors against the medical mafia which includes the Biden regime. You two are an uplifting inspiration to millions of ordinary Americans who love our country, myself included. May the sun shine on you two, with the wind always on your backs.