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Immune Deficiency in SARS-CoV-2 Virology — Institutional Crimes and Administrative Oversights

Pachankis, Yang (2023): Immune Deficiency in SARS-CoV-2 Virology — Institutional Crimes and Administrative Oversights. Forthcoming in: Journal of Clinical and Translational Research

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Introduction: The research was conducted during the COVID-19 (SARS-CoV-2) lockdown measures of People’s Republic of China (PRC) with a history & continuation of nuclear proliferation, current electronic warfare, metallic pollution from military heavy industry, and actinic radiation pollutants from chip production. Apart from the biomedical harm sources, the purposes behind the source productions such as chips have been the sources of psychological tortures in neuro-cognitive warfare. The research adopted a human security paradigm primarily in mainland China with multilateral and global implications.

Methodology: The research was conducted with the pressure of human trafficking conducted by the PRC. It counteracts the PRC’s disinformation with empirical research, analysis, and psychotherapeutic approaches. The meta-analysis demonstrates that PRC’s declared pandemic responses in fact have not contributed to the positive duties in protecting the public’s right to health, and on the contrary, its accumulated environmental determinants along with power intentions only worsened the public’s autonomous selfceare and mutual assistance responses in the public health situations.

Results: The environmental factors in PRC substantially undermine the referential values of biomedical data in international settings, and if applicable, biomedical products export in the global supply chain. Genetic technologies based on applied research in telomerase must have thorough assessments in their impacts on telomeres consumption. Renormalization from and further research into nuclear proliferation and environmental determinants is the only way to improve public health. The PRC has never fulfilled any duties to the liberal institutions nor the territorial civil society. Military intervention and peacekeeping are necessary for PRC’s judicial independence.

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