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Canuck from Kansas

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Charlie Chester says hold my beer
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How ya feelin' Swimmy - we've been waiting on an update.

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Matt Paluch

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Yes, they were absolutely individual patients whom were selected to test and evaluate at “no charge”; i.e. - there was no financial incentive. The culmination of efforts was impressive amongst a variety of specialties. I was proud to be a part of it.
So please explain to me why you posted that anti-mask nonsense.
 

Canuck from Kansas

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Not sure you're going to get a satisfactory answer; Ed does not distinguish between study subject and study, Covid-19-related deaths and total deaths, peer review versus non peer review, actual study versus review, NIH and Veterans Affairs Palo Alto Health Care System/Stanford University.

Not sure what being able to recite conduction velocities of the "top of your head" has to do with anything, but I will let others judge.

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girlfisher

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Most folks on this forum seem to agree that wearing a buff to protect from sun exposure and potential skin cancer is fine and not in the least political. A little more than 2 people die every hour in the US from skin cancer. I am going to assume that not all those are related to sun exposure and someone with more medical experience can chime in to clarify.

There seemed to be quite a few days that Covid 19 was taking over 3000 folks a day. Three thousand divided by 24 hours = 125 people per hour.

I am glad that we have not made skin cancer political.
 

hookedonthefly

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So please explain to me why you posted that anti-mask nonsense.
Good gawsh. It is published in NIH articles. You apparently aren’t sharp enough to have noticed that I indicated I have also articles that support the use of masks. Sorry, I look at all sides. Risk vs. benefit, science vs. propaganda, idiots vs. people that think. Have a Great Day, Ed
 

smc

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Can you tell me off the top of your head the conduction velocity of A-beta, A-delta and C sensory nerve fibers; and, why that is the case?
Here ya go. Neuroscience for kids. Not that this has anything to do with anything here, except for answering a question that you seemed to be asking yourself.

 

hookedonthefly

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Speaking of side effects, my better half got the vaccine rash on her arm, started 3 days after the shot. It was her only major side effect...other than a bit of lethargy and such.
I'm still coming around from mine, slow but improving a bit daily...
Best wishes to You and Your Better Half. Ed
 

hookedonthefly

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Here ya go. Neuroscience for kids. Not that this has anything to do with anything here, except for answering a question that you seemed to be asking yourself.

Nice...maybe you can pass than on to Irafly for education instead of critical race theory/training or whatever it’s called.
 
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