Dr. Rennebohm is a pediatrician and pediatric rheumatologist. He is currently largely retired. In 2018 he officially retired from the pediatric…
Most important Geert Vanden Bossche interview for 2022!Listen now (72 min) | This conversation with Geert Vanden Bossche was very sobering. It represents a most important point of reflection as his research…
This recent white paper has been painstakingly created over the past month as Geert has taken a deep dive into the COVID-19 pandemic. It is a 45 page…
The WHO Coronavirus dashboard (April 1st 2022) makes stark viewing as the COVID-19 pandemic seems to be expanding in highly vaccinated regions of the…
First recorded discussion between Geert and Rob regarding the Open LetterListen now (97 min) | It was a privilege for me to be a part of the first discussion between these scientific stalwarts. Their dedication to science is…
Important update! - COVID-19 also infects bacteria in your gut.Listen now (8 min) | This important research came out of Italy from Dr Carlo Brogna and could change the direction of understanding in COVID-19. It was…
There is no superimmunity in COVID-19Listen now (8 min) | Natural immunity is about precision, not too much or too little. Just enough to get the desired effect. Therefore, can vaccination…
Early in the pandemic there were a few scientific observations that were puzzling at the time. One was the early and persistent elevation of serum IgA…
Vaccinated COVID-19 Autopsy OverviewWatch now (11 min) | Explaining the general concepts around the autopsy data in partially and fully vaccinated COVID-19 deaths. Quote from the paper…
Substack has been a revelation for freedom of scientific expression around my COVID-19 research. There are so many concepts about the disease that need…
Tremendously appreciative of the support on building a community of COVID-19 experts. I will continue to share valuable insights into COVID-19 research…
This data was taken from the CDC analysis of hospitalisations and mortality between March 2020 and March 2021. Quote from paper - “540,667 (11.0%) were…