Monkeypox Virus Update

26 Mai Monkeypox Virus Update

Monkeypox – nothing to worry about – Mesencell Dendritic preventive vaccines.

Monkeypox virus is a double-stranded DNA virus that causes monkeypox in humans and animals. It is one of the human orthopoxviruses that includes variola, cowpox, and vaccinia. Monkeypox disease is similar to smallpox, but with a milder rash and lower mortality rate.

Monkeypox is carried by animals including primates. The 2003 outbreak in the United States was traced to prairie dogs infected from an imported Gambian pouched rat.

Monkeypox virus causes the disease in both primates and in other animals.

The virus can spread both from animal to human and from human to human. Infection from animal to human can occur via an animal bite or by direct contact with an infected animal’s bodily fluids.The incubation period is between 10 and 14 days. Prodromal symptoms include swelling of lymph nodes, muscle pain, headache, fever, prior to the emergence of the rash.

DNA virus is a virus that has a genome made of deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) that is replicated by a DNA polymerase.

Prominent disease-causing DNA viruses include herpesviruses, papillomaviruses, and poxviruses.

The Mesencell Dendritic Cell Vaccine used in our cancer prevention vaccine is primed in the laboratory with double stranded DNA (simulating cancer DNA) and should therefore have a vaccine effect against monkey pox virus as well as herpesviruses and papillomaviruses. The extent and duration of the vaccine against this group of viruses is not known, but is expected to last at least 12 months. At the moment we are still recommending to have your cancer prevention vaccine repeated once yearly. For our new patients, Dendritic cancer prevention vaccine needs 40 ml of your blood which undergoes isolation of monocytes, transformation into Dendritic Cells and an activation process on day 6 in the laboratory before injection on day 7 after blood sampling.

There are no known side effects. There is currently no indication, that monkeypox virus is endemic or pandemic!

Dr Steven Kellner
Dr Somayeh Sabbaghan

26th March, 2022

Dr. Steven James Kellner, The Lord of Blencogo
Head International Research and Development
Unit 14 The Garth Business Centre, 193 Garth Road
Morden, United Kingdom

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