COVID 19 UPDATE – SEPARATING POLITICS FROM SCIENCE!

On Tuesday January 26th, 2021, The Ottawa County Patriots will host an informational forum on:

 

 The facts about covid-19 & what you can do to keep your family safe and maintain good health

 

The meeting will be held from 7-9 p.m. at the Lighthouse Baptist Church on 501 East 24th St. Holland, MI 49423.  The doors will be open at 6:30 p.m.

 There is no cost and this meeting is open to the public.

 

TOPICS INCLUDE:

  • Scientific fact based research and medical information about the Covid-19 virus
  • The truth about different treatments and their effectiveness
  • A review of the current “vaccines” available or in the process of approvals
  • Practical tips on what you can do to take control of your health
  • A review of reliable resources to get information and help in dealing with the Covid-19 virus.
  • Separating fact from fiction about the virus & exposing fake news & political misinformation

FEATURED SPEAKERS

Dr. Christina Parks---Dr. Christina Parks has a B.S. in Molecular Biology/Biochemistry from the University of Wisconsin, she also has a  Ph.D. in Cellular and Molecular Biology from the University of Michigan. She has received numerous awards for her work as a researcher and educator. She is a consultant, educator, speaker and author on issues of Medical Freedom and brings a wealth of knowledge on how genetic and epigenetic factors may predispose certain populations to disease.

 

Dr. Michael Redmond---Dr. Redmond is a graduate of the University of Michigan Medical School. He completed an Internal Medicine internship followed by a residency in Dermatology at Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit. Dr. Redmond is a diplomate of the American Board of Dermatology and a Fellow of the American Academy of Dermatology. From 1981 to 2018 he was in private practice in Livonia, Michigan. He now lives in Charlotte, NC and belongs to the NC Medical Society and the NC Dermatology Association.

For more information: ottawacountypatriots.org

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Dr. Christina Parks received her Ph.D. in Cellular and Molecular Biology from the University of Michigan in 1999. She did her graduate research in the field of cytokine signaling. Cytokines are the chemicals that the immune system uses to communicate, thus Dr. Parks brings a wealth of knowledge about the molecular mechanisms by which vaccines may be causing injury to vulnerable immune systems.

Dr. Parks has been in the spotlight recently for her outspoken resistance to the “racial bias” narrative being pushed by Michigan’s governor Whitmer and her Executive Branch. Instead she advocates for doctors to focus on known epigenetic differences in the African American population that are causing them to be more vulnerable to COVID-19 and for doctors to treat patients accordingly. Dr. Parks is passionate advocate for scientific and medical freedom. She has lambasted the media for their concerted misinformation campaign regarding hydroxychloroquine and its use to prevent and treat COVID-19, as well of for their silencing of the doctors and scientists who have dared to tell the truth. Dr. Parks has been closely following the science around the world on the origin of the SARS CoV-2 as well as on the development of the fast-tracked SARS-CoV-2 vaccine.

RESEARCH EXPERIENCE

Undergraduate Research                                                                                                                       1990-1992

            Department of Chemistry, University of Wisconsin, Eau Claire

Undergraduate research assistant: Carried out the synthesis of tricyclic cyclopropenes.

Doctoral Research                                                                                                                                    1993-1999

Department of Physiology/Microbiology, University of Michigan

  • I worked in the laboratories of Jessica Schwartz and Christin Carter-Su. These labs identified the signaling molecules which mediate cytokine-induced changes in gene expression. Using Growth Hormone (GH) as a putative cytokine, they were one of the first labs to show that cytokines activate JAK family kinases and helped delineate the JAK-Stat pathway for cytokine receptors, the primary signaling pathway for more than 25 ligands. I personally worked to identify the downstream kinases that were responsible for Elk-1-mediated activation of the genes c-fos, egr-1, and jun B in response to GH. I also showed that C/EBP-α is upregulated in fibroblasts differentiating into adipocytes in response to GH.

  • Dissertation: Molecular Events by Which Fos Mediates GH Action

    FELLOWSHIPS, HONORS AND AWARDS

    ACE Award—Holt, Rinehart and Winston                                                                                                       2000

    Rackham Merit Fellowship, Univ. of Michigan                                                                                       1995-98

    National Science Foundation Minority Fellowship                                                                                1992-95

    Distinguished Leadership Award, Univ. of WI, Eau Claire                                                                          1992

    Academic-Industrial Undergraduate Research Partnership (AIURP) Fellowship                              1991

    ACS—College Chemistry Award: Central Wisconsin Section                                                                     1991

    Richard E. Hibbard Alumni Scholarship, Univ. of WI, Eau Claire                                                             1990

    Beta, Beta, Beta, Biological Honor Society                                                                                                        1990

    Alpha Lambda Delta Freshman Honor Society                                                                                              1989

    Francis B. White Scholarship, Univ. of WI, Eau Claire                                                                                 1988

    PUBLISHED ARTICLES

    Hodge C, Liao J, Stofega M, Guan K, Carter-Su C, and J Schwartz. Growth Hormone Stimulates Phosphorylation and Activation of Elk-1 and Expression of c-fos, egr-1, and jun B through Activation of Extracellular Signal-regulated Kinases 1 and 2. J Biol Chem Nov 20; 273 (47): 31327-36.

    Bennet CN*, Hodge CL*, MacDougald OA, and J Schwartz. Role of Wnt10b and C/EBPalpha in spontaneous adipogenesis of 243 cells. Biochem Biophys Res Commun. 2003 Feb 28; 302(1):12-6 (*equal contributors)

    Liao J, Hodge C, Meyer D, Ho, PS, Rosenspire K, Schwartz J. Growth Hormone Regulates Ternary Complex Factors and Serum Response Factor Associated with c-fos Serum Response Element. J Biol Chem 1997 Oct 10;272(41):25951-8

    Liao J, Piwien-Pilipuk G, Ross SE, Hodge CL, Sealy L, MacDougald OA, and J Schwartz. CCAAT/enhancer-binding protein beta (C/EBPbeta) and C/EBPdelta contribute to growth hormone regulated transcription of c-fos. J Biol Chem 1999 Oct 29;274(44):31597-604.

    Gong TW, Meyer DJ, Liao J, Hodge CL, Campbell GS, Wang X, Billestrup N, Carter-Su C, and J Schwartz. Regulation of Glucose Transport and c-fos and egr-1 Expression in Cells with Mutated or Endogenous Growth Hormone Receptors. Endocrinology 1998 Apr;139(4):1863-71.

    Chenier PJ, Bauer MJ, Hodge CL. Synthesis and Chemistry of Some Tricyclic Cyclopropenes. 3. Tricyclo[3.2.1.02,4]oct-2(4)-ene1,2. J Org Chem. 1992 Vol 57 No. 22 pp. 5959-62.

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