Zachary Stieber, via The Epoch Times
According to a recent study, repeated COVID-19 vaccines weaken the immune system and make people more susceptible to serious conditions like cancer.
(Joseph Prezioso/AFP via Getty Images) A man receives a COVID-19 vaccination in Chelsea, Mass. on February 16, 2021. (Joseph Prezioso/AFP via Getty Images)
The Pfizer and Moderna COVID-19 vaccines can lead to higher levels IgG4 antibodies, which may provide a protective benefit. But
A growing body of evidence suggests that 'abnormally higher levels' of immunoglobulins actually make the immune response more vulnerable to the COVID-19 protein spike.
Researchers in the paper said that vaccines are a good option.
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Multiple boosters added to the COVID-19 vaccine significantly reduced protection against the Delta and Omicron virus strains.
This study found that IgG4 levels increased after repeated Pfizer vaccination.
suggesting immune exhaustion
Studying has been shown to be beneficial.
IgG4 levels are higher in those who died from COVID-19 compared to people who recovered
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The researchers noted that the levels of COVID-19 were also associated with another known factor for mortality related to COVID-19.
Reviewing the literature revealed that vaccines for HIV, malaria and pertussis induce IgG4 production.
The Epoch Times received an email from Alberto Rubio Casillas of the University of Guadalajara, Mexico, who is a researcher at the Biology Laboratory and one of its authors.
The paper has been published
Vaccines is a journal that focuses on vaccines
Officials from Pfizer or Moderna did not respond to our requests for comment.
Both companies use messenger RNA technology (mRNA).
Dr. Robert Malone who invented the technology said that the paper illustrates the reasons why he has been warning against the negative effects associated with repeated vaccination.
I warned that more vaccinations could result in high zone toleration, which is a mechanism of switching from IgG4 to IgG4. We now have data which clearly show that this is happening in the case of both the vaccine and some others,' Malone told The Epoch Times, who was not involved in the study.
It basically validates that the rush to administer, re-administer and make decisions without solid data is a bad idea.
It was counterproductive, and it appears that the resultant cohort is more susceptible to disease.
Researchers said that repeated vaccinations can cause a weakened immune system, which could lead to cancer and other serious diseases.