Synthetic Biology on Artificial Parasites: Long COVID Antidote with What?

by | Apr 15, 2024 | COVID-19 | 0 comments

What is synthetic biology? I have been reading about synthetic biology on how we can manipulate genetic materials to create new species of biological entities. The idea is not a new concept, but I am quite alarmed with what we have been through with the COVID-19 pandemic. The COVID-19 pandemic may have started with what could unintentionally go wrong with synthetic biology in the lab? What could be next? A new, improved deadly pandemic disease X?

In synthetic biology, biological cells and their processes are dismantled and reassembled like a mini machine, to make novel systems that do useful things. Designs are encoded by DNA, DNA makes biological parts, biological parts are combined to make devices, and devices are built into biological systems. Computers (artificial intelligence) are used at all stages of the design-build-test-learn cycle, from mathematical modelling through the automation of assembly and experimentation, according to Kathryn L. Garner in a 2021 article, Principles of Synthetic Biology.

Synthetic biology’s goal is to design and build a better new biology, creating new life that does useful things. (Are we playing God with a new Frankenstein Science?) If we can create new DNA and create a new improved synthetic life form, we need to ask, how do we define, what is life?  It may sound like a noble goal, but it is alarming with what could go wrong in a Wuhan lab incident like with the COVID-19 pandemic. It sounds very much like another way of describing Gain-of-Function medical research on how to enhance the biological functions of gene products.

Biological cells are bound by a lipid cell membrane or cell wall. Within the cell membrane, the cytoplasm is further subdivided by lipid membranes to create organelles. Synthetic biology can remove the cell membranes and create a Protocell that lies between a cell and a cell-free system, easier to manipulate and transfer the essential components of biological cellular parts like organ transplantation, creating a synthetic primitive self-replicating life form. If that is the case, we can create a new life form, man-made synthetic artificial parasites.

Gain-of-function research is medical research that genetically alters an organism that may enhance the biological functions of genetic products, altering pathogenesis, transmissibility to better predict emerging infectious diseases, and to develop vaccines and therapeutics with the intention of better understanding of current and future pandemics. This research has an inherent danger of biosafety and biosecurity risks (bio-weaponization) and is classified as dual use research of concern (DURC). To mitigate these risks while allowing the benefits of the research, governments have mandated that DURC experiments be regulated by institutions called DURC committees. NIH’s recombinant DNA advisory committee is one of the DURC committees per Wikipedia on Gain-of-function research. It all sounds boring and yet raises concerns. Is SARS-CoV-2, the current strain of COVID-19, possibly a synthetic virus or synthetic artificial parasite?

Is there an antidote for synthetic artificial parasites? Ivermectin was used for COVID-19 initially by some physicians, then suppressed by medical boards and finally approved as a part of treatment for COVID-19. I have used Ivermectin for almost 25 years for many chronic illnesses including cancer, neurological disorder, chronic fatigue, asthma, ulcerative colitis, etc. based on acupuncture meridian assessment (AMA); describing the healing phenomenon as an Accidental Cure. Patients who were already on ivermectin with a combination of other parasite meds and nutritional supplements for other underlying problems often recover from COVID-19 quickly without major complications.

I have a medical hypothesis about post- and long COVID that spike protein, mRNA jab, environmental toxins, deficient glutathione triggering “reactivation” of dormant genetic code, and reactivation of hidden parasites and low-grade dental infections can cause the development of cancer or heart problems in young people. Depending on pre-existing underlying conditions, we call this post-COVID or long COVID. Most common long COVID symptoms include post-exertional malaise, fatigue, brain fog, dizziness, GI issues, palpitations, sexual dysfunction, loss of smell or taste, thirst, chronic cough, chest pain and abnormal neurological symptoms. Is there a missing link? My good friend, Dr. Helmut Retzek from Austria sent me a link to Dr. Bryan Ardis’s interview on potential antidotes beyond ivermectin.

About a year ago, I read about his hypothesis that COVID-19 is a genetically engineered Chinese snake venom toxin that blocks nicotinic receptors in the cells, and for using a nicotine patch as an antidote for the venom spike protein. I did not take the information seriously until I listened to this two-hour interview. It is disturbing and eye-opening. You may want to share it with your family, friends and loved ones. When you finish listening to his theory, treating long COVID-19 with a nicotine patch and synthetic artificial parasite venom antidote (my interpretation of ivermectin) may not sound too far-fetched. Antidote with a nicotine patch? Be mindful of the potential dangers and side effects of nicotine, it is not an accepted antidote for long COVID problems but could be considered as a part of a treatment plan while correcting the underlying reactivation of preexisting problems. Are you prepared for a new generation of synthetic artificial parasites and coming pandemic disease X?

Dr. Simon Yu, MD is a Board Certified Internist. He practices Internal Medicine with an emphasis on Integrative Medicine to use the best each has to offer. For more articles and information about integrative medicine, patient success stories, and Dr. Yu’s latest book, AcciDental Blow Up in Medicine: Battle Plan for Your Life, visit his website at or call Prevention and Healing, Inc., 314-432-7802. You can also attend a free monthly presentation and discussion on Integrative Medicine at his office on the second Tuesday each month at 6:30 pm. Call to verify the date. Seating is limited, arrive early. Dr. Yu teaches Acupuncture Meridian Assessment (AMA) seminars to physicians, dentists, and prescribing health professionals in April and June of each year, with an advanced training for AMA graduates in August.