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Volume 3, Issue 1, will address Injuries, Causes, & Treatments


The injuries that can be reasonably attributed to COVID-19 injections are fairly well known from the previous issue titled COVID Aftermath; now, the known and suspected causes are being sorted out; and, hopefully, more and better protocols for treatments will be forthcoming. At any rate, these three interrelated researchable problems are to be addressed in the next issue of the journal. This announcement may be taken as a call for submissions.

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Current Issue

Vol. 2 No. 2 (2022): COVID Aftermath
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This issue invites papers for peer-review addressing the known and expected consequences of the ongoing COVID-19 genetic experiments aiming to get nucleated cells in recipients of the EUA “vaccines” to manufacture the COVID spike protein. Scientific research into the mRNA code of the spike protein itself and studies of protocols for alleviating the so-called “side effects” of the experimental ingredients being injected into billions of people during of the ongoing world-wide experiments are also welcomed.

Published: 2022-04-28


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It is the purpose of the IJVTPR to enable independent theoreticians, practitioners, and researchers to publish peer-reviewed work about vaccines.