January 17, 2022
MESA, ARIZONA — Ms. Whitney Peterson has overcome a lot in her life. She suffers from Mast Cell Activation Syndrome (MCAS), which is essentially chronic anaphylaxis due to false internal signals. Ms. Peterson also suffers from Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome, or POTS. It is a circulatory disorder that causes brain fog, fainting and elevated heartbeat.
Ms. Peterson managed those two conditions with dietary supplements and lived a relatively-normal life as a result. She loves the outdoors and frequently went hiking and camping.
All of that changed with one fateful decision that she’ll regret for the rest of her life. Ms. Peterson received her first Moderna mRNA injection on October 12.
She developed “chest tightness” less than a week later. That was followed by shortness of breath, to the point that she could barely move without becoming winded.
Ms. Peterson finally called her doctor after a week of symptoms and hoping she would heal on her own. Doctors advised her to go to the emergency room. But due to being immunocompromised and afraid of catching COVID-19 at a hospital, she refused.
Now entering the second week of symptoms, Ms. Peterson started experiencing elevated heart rates. It would be as high as 140 bpm just from walking up stairs. That was followed by chest pain, dizziness and stabbing heart pain that was so excruciating, she would scream.
Ms. Peterson reported that she’d been to a cardiologist four times by December 5. But due to her MCAS, she’s unable to take the contrast agents necessary for MRI enhancement so doctors can see her organs more clearly. A Mayo Clinic doctor finally diagnosed her with myocarditis.
Ms. Peterson made clear that she is “not anti-[vaxx]” and that she “desperately” wanted to get the shot. She also believes that the Pfizer mRNA injection would have been safer and perhaps not triggered all the adverse reactions.
A few hours later, on December 5, Ms. Peterson posted a photo of her red, swollen arm from the actual injection. She referred to it as “COVID arm” and “Moderna arm.”
The next day, December 6, she reported a near-universal complaint among the vaxx-injured. Doctors were not helping her and not listening to her complaints.
Things progressively worsened as the days went by. She reported vascular inflammation and mitochondrial damage on December 26. The previous means her blood vessels are swollen and potentially impeding proper blood flow. The latter means her cells aren’t converting food and oxygen into energy.
Ms. Peterson posted several updates, reminiscing about her previous life before Moderna. She said she feels angry and deceived. Ms. Peterson also said she will “never take another [vaccine] again.”
The only good news is that she got in contact with Ms. Marah Johnson, the mother of 21-year-old Madeline Johnson, who still suffers from the post-Pfizer adverse effects. Marah told Ms. Peterson about Dr. Mark Ghalili in Los Angeles. He’s helped Madeline and other vaxx-injured patients improve with regenerative treatments. But said treatments cost upwards to $20,000; and Ms. Peterson’s insurance does not cover it.
A GoFundMe page is collecting funds for Ms. Peterson’s treatment.
Endless cycle of medical profit
This article is in no way meant to disparage Dr. Ghalili. He was apparently confined to a wheelchair years ago after an adverse reaction to an antibiotic. Dr. Ghalili healed himself and is now helping people injured by the mRNA and viral vector DNA injections. He also advocates for Vitamin D intake for so-called COVID-19 prevention. But $20,000 to treat a vaxx-injured woman?
This blogger was in his mid and late 20s in the early 2000, taking a blood pressure pill every day. But it made no sense. Workout five times a week, eat healthy, and no congenital defects. A Chinese doctor on MySpace told me to eat a whole raw onion and several garlic cloves every night before bed for two months. Blood pressure was normal thereafter, without pills. No American doctor would have ever told me to do that, particularly for free on a social media platform.
NASCAR is a fringe sport in the United States. But it has the right idea. Drivers place the logos of all corporate sponsors on the car. Doctors should do the same. The Cleveland Clinic announced in 2008 that it will disclose all business relationships between its doctors and pharmaceutical companies. But that only happened after a doctor sued the clinic after being fired for alleged conflicts of interests with a medical device firm.
The bipartisan Physician Payments Sunshine Act was introduced in 2008. It was supposed to force disclosure of all gifts and payments to doctors by pharmaceutical companies. The law was enacted as part of the Affordable Care Act in 2010. But subsequent studies on the law have found that it has to teeth. The law actually increased drug costs for patients and had little to no effect on doctors prescribing brand name medications vs. the cheaper generics.
We hope Ms. Peterson gets the help she needs. But this story represents nearly everything that’s wrong with U.S. healthcare and this COVID dystopian society. Stay vigilant and protect your friends and loved ones.
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