https://pme.uchicago.edu/news/inverse-vaccine-shows-potential-treat-multiple-sclerosis-and-other-autoimmune-diseases>They tell the Liver to tell the Immune System to ignore certain markers.>Possibly the End of Autoimmune diseases, organ rejection ect.>The live trials on people are extremely promising and a complete reversal of the fatty bit of the nerve cell just happens after the Liver is updated.<Bad News: They can tell have the body ignore certain markers.The nefarious consequences are many and horrific.
So some blind people might be able see and some of the paralyzed able to move.
Those who lost bits of themselves may be able to fully heal.
So only down side is people who would want to make an illness (any one of them) last practically forever.
And other unknown strange side effects.
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>>366982>“the science is settled”
Where did that show up in the article?>do as you are told
What did they tell us to do?
The article is about speculative application of a technology that could, hypothetically, be useful in medicine in the future. There's no "settled science" here, let alone any call to action. What are you even trying to communicate? Did you even READ the goddamn article?
Nobody in this thread trusts the pharmaceutical industry. Half the posters in this thread are talking about the horrible ways it could be used in the wrong hands. Nobody "trusts the science", because the science isn't even developed yet.
In all the 10 posts you've made in this thread, you have not shared even a single opinion on the potential political implications of the development of immuno-blockers should they be developed: not a single one of your posts has been on-topic. All you've done is derail on your tangent about the credibility of virology (which isn't the basis of the conversation; this is about immuno-blockers, not viruses), and spout your opinions about "establishment science" (which is, again, not relevant, because this is speculative/emerging science that isn't backed by the establishment). If you have no interest in participating in the conversation at hand, then kindly fuck off.
>>366999>Did you even READ the goddamn article?
In my experience, people who make statements like >>366982
generally don't read articles, or read much of anything. Their view of history, current events and the world at large is informed entirely by memes and imageboard shitposts, and they are only capable of communicating with others in kind. As such, they tend to prefer slogans and broad emotional statements over serious arguments, and expecting any level of critical thinking from them is usually a non-starter.
More like Facebook algorithms.
>>366999>The article is about speculative application of a technology that could, hypothetically, be useful in medicine in the future.
True... and also checked.
I'll let the meme do the talking.
If I need an organ transplant or come down with something serious I'm gonna see the guy that went to med school.
What does this have to do with the thread?
It is about trust. This thread is about an announcement on science, then what is coming from quacks is highly distrusted.
It's about tech that doesn't exist yet. Nobody trusts it.
But do share how you can "be your own doctor", when you need a liver transplant.
Ah, that tech. Are you sure they are really necessary most of the time? It looks like a huge industry.
The huge industry is in acquiring/stealing organs, as well as the bribery that let corrupt kikes first pickings while other patients die on the operating table. They don't want to give working/middle class patients organ transplants, because the Jews want to keep all of the organs for themselves.Transplants are generally permanent solutions to critical medical problems that at best would require constant medication/treatment to deal with.
Kidney cells are finite and do not recover once they've been destroyed: aside from regular dialysis (expensive and dangerous), there isn't any real solution to kidney failure, because dead kidneys are dead kidneys.
On that note, while immuno blockers could, hypothetically, be used to make organ transplants more widely available, that may not mean the case. This means that Jews may be able to surgically graft organs of any kind, even when there's no genetic matchup, which means they can harvest and hoard goyim organs for themselves without worrying about compatibility.
Are you also the flat earth anon?
Do you see a fucking name above his post?
Why don't you research terms before you mindlessly regurgitate them, nigger.
Answer the question anon.
Are you embarrassed of your own positions?
Glad someone brought it up.>>367065>meme
Next time someone threatens you irl. Tell them about your meme collection. That'll sure drive them away.
>>367069>Next time someone threatens you irl. Tell them about your meme collection. That'll sure drive them away.
Cartoon horse pussy may also work. Don't forget that horse pussy, like freedom, is a hammer. A veritable Mjölnir that can only be wielded by those of profound autistic potency.
Seems like this tech will make organ harvesting even more popular and lucrative. Imagine you're a billionaire and now you can live forever by just replacing every single failing organ in your body every decade with no fear of rejection or incompatibility.
Any development in technology is guaranteed to benefit the rich more, but society could benefit anyway. Rich bastards aren't the only ones who receive organ donations.