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Martin Kyte29/11/2020 11:39:36
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Hi People

For those that are interested, a link to the current state of understanding of the spike protein to the molecular level.

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regards Martin

Michael Gilligan29/11/2020 11:46:41
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Many thanks for that, Martin

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Nathan Sharpe29/11/2020 12:35:44
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Interesting to read but difficult to understand! Does it mean that those of us who are taking an ACE inhibitor have a reduced chance of contracting Covid19? Or have I totally misunderstood?

Nathan.

Martin Kyte29/11/2020 14:34:06
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Hi Nathan

Please don't mistake me for an expert but the paper I found on the subject suggests a slightly lower risk.

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Don't change any of your medical regimes unless directed by your GP.

regards Martin

Ady129/11/2020 14:59:26
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Christmas is cancelled, Santa tested positive

Nathan Sharpe29/11/2020 16:30:20
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Martin, thank you for the second paper. A very good and interesting read which gave me hope that the remaining brain cells still work. That "significant reduction in risk" should be more widely disseminated to patients, it might help to reduce the worry among older/at risk members of the population.

Nathan.

old mart29/11/2020 16:36:00
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Not just Santa positive, but Rudolf's red nose is running, I hope it's not foot and mouth. smile o

old mart29/11/2020 19:09:28
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Being serious, though, as I take Lisinopril for blood pressure and am overweight and 71, any slight help is welcome

Martin Connelly30/11/2020 08:47:31
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I've been taking vitamin D for a while now, the NHS has long been recommending using it in the darker parts of the year as there is less sunlight in the UK than needed for good natural vitamin D production. Reports are it may help keep the immune system running well and it will not hurt. Now the government are planning to give it out for the same reason (it's also cheap which is a bonus).

Martin C

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