The word “therapeutic” has garnered attention in recent years, especially with the advent of Sars Cov 2. The oft repeated line, as the crisis developed was “vaccines and therapeutics.”
It seems the word “therapeutic” cropped up a great deal as the mRNA shot was being developed for Sars Cov 2. “Vaccines and therapeutics” was the repeated line from the world’s foremost health care institutions.
According to rxlist.com, the definition of therapeutic is, “the branch of medicine that is concerned specifically with the treatment of disease. The therapeutic dose of a drug is the amount needed to treat a disease.”
Merriam-Webster’s three examples of “therapeutic” reads,
- of or relating to the treatment of disease or disorders by remedial agents or methods : CURATIVE, MEDICINAL
- having a beneficial effect on the body or mind
- producing a useful or favorable result or effect
When the Covid crisis began, heads of world non-profits and medical agencies began parroting the phrase, “development of vaccines and therapeutics.”
Yet “therapeutic” is not therapeuticS with an S. Upon closer examination, the person awake to the word games going on must now recognize the subtle, shadow-like shift. “Therapeutics” leaves out a very key word placed prior to it: Genetic.
It is known outside the mainstream narrative, that the Covid 19 “vaccine” is genetic therapeutics via mRNA replication factories inside the body. Lest you think this is all rather presumptuous with the word shift, let’s look at a medical textbook called “Medical Genetics” and Chapter 14, titled “Genetic Therapeutics”.
Excerpt [italicized for emphasis]: By this point in the book, we feel sure you as readers have appreciated the heavy emphasis on diagnostics. In fact, the mainstay of clinical genetics is still in identifying the etiology and pathogenesis of specific disorders. However, as the practice of clinical genetics has progressed, so have advances in therapies. There are now several available modalities of genetic treatments. Up until recently, however, most treatments provided by medical geneticists primarily involved counseling and case management. The treatment of inborn errors of metabolism (IEM) dates back to the mid-1960s. These treatments have involved dietary adjustments, specialized formulas, and vitamin/cofactor supplementation. More recently tissue transplantation and enzyme replacement therapies have become available. New treatment modalities have been developed for non-metabolic disorders. Bioengineered pharmaceuticals are now commonplace. Other treatment options like personalized medicine strategies, tissue cloning, gene correction, and true gene therapy all sit poised for transition out of clinical trials and into standard medical care. In the first section of this chapter we will discuss the mechanisms of the different modes of genetic therapies. In the second section we will discuss the clinical application of these therapies.”
Notice that for the medical student, the word “therapies” appears 5 times in this single chapter summary. Repetition is the first tactic in implanting suggestions into the mind (aka brainwashing—not always a negative thing but just a fact). The word may appear 100 or more times in a chapter like this.
Be on the lookout for “therapeutics”, as the narrative shifts; the word “vaccine” may become passe in the not-so-distant future. The word “therapeutics” offers establishment medicine well-cloaked path forward.