Watch on YouTube if quality is not clear > Discussion looking at valuable research from Israel last year into the lymph node response to vaccination. Cohen, Dan, et al. "Hypermetabolic lymphadenopathy following administration of BNT162b2 mRNA Covid-19 vaccine: incidence assessed by [18F] FDG PET-CT and relevance to study interpretation."
Hi Dr Philip McMillan. I have only discovered you in past few months so forgive me if this is a repeat or dumb question, but have you ever been vaccinated? If so, and if you don't mind me asking, which vaccine and when? I am assuming you were not, but there have been other doctors that were vaccinated and regret it. I was just curious, thanks and keep up the good work!
Not good news. Thank you for all of your research and sharing.
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Perhaps I missed something because of a low-quality video, but I would point out to the limitation of the study, namely, a lack of data before the vaccination. Without these data it is hard to determine the cause of the HLN, only the correlation with the vaccination. That is, it is not possible to categorise all HLN as VAHL without the data before the vaccination. But anyways, interesting insight into the immune response. Looking forward to finding out what was the cause of the VAHL – excessive migration of APCs to the lymph nodes or something else.
It is also interesting to know more what generated the immune response or hyperimmunity, because in most of the vaccinees it will either be cross-reactive short lived plasma blasts secreted during previous infections with β-HCoV or short lived plasma blasts against S protein. And only in minority of Covid-19 vaccinees, if any, immune response shall induce long lived bone marrow plasma cells. Small minority, primarily old seniors, shall have no immune response as well.
Taken together this suggests that one-regiment-fits-all approach in vaccine dosage is rather a poorly designed vaccination policy and there is a lot of space for improvement with regard to decent patient care managed by physicians in cooperation with the vaccinologists instead of epidemiologists in cooperation with politicians.
What problems does lymphadenopathy cause, beside being painful?
Btw your slides and video was fuzzy/low resolution here and on youtube so it was hard to read the text.
I'm in my mid 50s and got heart issues. I keep hearing about 'young men' but it's not only them...