As this coronavirus pandemic and the varying governmental restrictions drag on (still with inadequate personal testing and problematic contact tracing), many still hope for an effective (and safe) vaccine to get us out of this mess. However, scientists at UCSF have recently created a much easier, cheaper, and safe way: an antiviral treatment that totally deactivates SARS CoV-2! In this episode we explore the nature of nanobodies and how they can be engineered to stop this coronavirus in its tracks, before it can enter human cells, basically providing immunity from Covid-19. This is the game-changer that we all need. The rest of the episode delves into self-esteem dynamics and being triggered within family systems (among others), nature of the “low-road,” and how to get back to BRIE (Balance, Resilience, Insight, and Empathy) for coherent and connected functioning.
Costa Rica Readies Horse Antibodies for Trials as an Inexpensive COVID-19 Therapy
Frontiers | Nanobodies: Prospects of Expanding the Gamut of Neutralizing Antibodies Against the Novel Coronavirus, SARS-CoV-2 | Immunology
‘AeroNabs’ Promise Powerful, Inhalable Protection Against COVID-19 | UC San Francisco
An ultra-high affinity synthetic nanobody blocks SARS-CoV-2 infection by locking Spike into an inactive conformation | bioRxiv
UCSF researchers invent coronavirus antiviral in nasal spray | The Sacramento Bee
Game changer? UCSF scientists say nose spray to kill coronavirus could be available in months – SFChronicle.com
Two books by Nathaniel Branden containing the important questions about childhood
Question # 17. Did your parents project that it was desirable for you to think well of yourself, to have self-esteem? Or were you cautioned against valuing yourself, and encouraged to be humble?
Parenting from the Inside Out: How A Deeper Self-Understanding Can Help You Raise Children Who Thrive by Daniel J. Siegel, M.D., and Mary Hartzell, M.Ed.
Kosheen – All in my head (Planet Funk Remix)