Urso said that he has an 11-year background in FDA-approved drugs, and when the pandemic started, he and his colleagues went to work immediately, when it became clear by the end of February 2020 that the coronavirus was killing people by causing blood clots and inflammation. He said that they focused on what they could do with it, and started using steroids.
Historically, he said that people think in big categories, and when they look at the big categories, they find things that might work. In the case of the pandemic, it was pretty easy to think of anti-inflammatories, things that could stop blood clots. Then, they had to try to attack the virus, which is a bit trickier because each of them is a little unique.
"But thankfully, we had six years of data on the Coronavirus families. And so there were some good lead candidates. And that's how we started. So at the end of the day, what I tell people now is cancer cells and viruses are very unique, they use our machinery." he said. "And so we have to use a multi-drug cocktail to beat cancer and viruses. We don't use one single drug. One drug does not work because viruses and cancer cells are very good at slipping around things."
Urso noted that he also has a background in oncology, and the bottom line is those multi-drug cocktails, using multiple modalities, should be used to successfully attack viruses. "And then you look at the downstream mechanisms of inflammation, breathing problems, blood clotting, and we have plenty of drugs for all those things."
In a separate article. Urso noted that his "new favorite drug" is cyproheptadine, which is used to treat allergy symptoms, blocking the release of substances that cause hypersensitivity pneumonia. He also advises the use of fenofibrate, which is used to lower cholesterol and triglycerides with additional antiviral and antithrombotic effects.
Urso noted that vaccines are not very effective because they cause inflammation. "They cause a lot because the spike protein is 95 percent of what causes COVID-19. You're literally giving the spike protein, which is the most inflammatory portion of the 29 proteins in the spike and is 12% of the genome and it causes 95% of the issues. That's not a smart strategy," he said. (Related: French drug assessment center says all four Covid-19 vaccines are dangerous, should be pulled off the market.)
Second, he noted that vaccines have lipid nanoparticles that are going to the bone marrow, brain, ovaries and adrenal glands. "We do not need inflammation in adrenal glands, or bone marrow or brain or ovaries. For that matter. It doesn't make sense. It's a poor strategy."
He also went on to say that there are better strategies for vaccines. The COVID vaccines have inflammatory compounds, which is why they wanted the governments to stop mandating them: these vaccines neither stop transmission nor stop infection. "This vaccine has caused more death and more injury than every other vaccine over the last 30 years. That's just a data point. It's not my opinion."
Urso noted that one of his goals as a physician is to present the data so that people will have more information. "It's a scientific fraud to say that vaccinated immunity is better than natural immunity. It's absolutely completely absurd and intellectually arrogant," he said. (Related: WISING UP: More than 1 out of 4 unvaccinated Americans believe experimental vaccines are more dangerous than COVID-19.)
Further, he believes that fear is part of the messaging in this case. "We've had really bad messaging," he said.
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