Virology Journal paper confirms covid jabs deplete immune function over time
(by Ethan Huff | Natural News) – A cardiovascular surgeon at Okamura Memorial Hospital’s Center for Varicose Veins (Japan) authored a study published in the Virology Journal that reiterates the fact that Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) “vaccines” are an immune destroyer.
Kenji Yamamoto, commenting on another recent study published in the journal The Lancet, says that eight months after receiving two doses of a Fauci Flu shot, a “fully vaccinated” person’s immune system is lower than that of an unvaccinated person.
Getting “boosted” with a so-called booster shot will not help, either. The European Medicines Agency (EMA), doing something that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) would never do, says that boosting only further damages the immune system and is not a smart, or even scientific, approach.
“The decrease in immunity can be caused by several factors such as N1-methylpseudouridine, the spike protein, lipid nanoparticles, antibody-dependent enhancement, and the original antigenic stimulus,” Yamamoto writes.
“These clinical alterations may explain the association reported between COVID-19 vaccination and shingles.” (Related: Covid injections also cause AIDS.)
Covid jab spike proteins “do not immediately decay” following injection
Some doctors are taking a different approach with their patients, urging them to avoid certain medications that, when combined with the shots, can increase their risk of causing harm.
“These include limiting the use of non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, including acetaminophen to maintain deep body temperature, appropriate use of antibiotics, smoking cessation, stress control, and limiting the use of lipid emulsions, including propofol, which may cause perioperative immunosuppression,” Yamamoto explains.
Those with pre-existing health conditions should also avoid getting injected, despite claims from government agencies that the immunocompromised should be first in line for the shots. Read Full Article >