White House medical advisor Dr. Anthony Fauci has long touted vaccination as being the best form of protection against COVID-19.
Yet in a bombshell admission, Fauci’s researchers recently put out a study suggesting that this isn’t the case.
Research suggests that natural immunity provides superior protection than the vaccine
Moderna’s own scientists, in collaboration with the NIAID, demonstrate that the company’s mRNA vaccine impedes the immune system’s response to Covid infection by significantly reducing the creation of anti-nucleocapsid antibodies. Bombshell.https://t.co/Azk4cksNdr
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Specifically, they found that natural immunity conveys superior protection because it causes the immune system to recognize the entire virus, including the nucleocapsid protein.
In contrast, the vaccines are merely designed to target COVID’s spike protein, with only 40% of those who received the vaccine developing anti-nucleocapsid antibodies.
What’s more, although the size of an individual’s viral load played a role in his or her likelihood of developing the antibodies, researchers noted that “viral copies at the illness visit did not fully explain the large difference.”
Even a mild infection left study subjects with 71% of developing them, compared with just 15% for someone who had received the vaccine.
“While an increase in seroreversion cannot be ruled out, given the short time frame the more likely explanation is a vaccine-induced reduction in seroconversion,” the study explained.
Fauci tells CNN that “the durability isn’t very long” with mRNA COVID vaccines
The website WebMD explains that seroconversion refers to “the time between exposure to a virus and when antibodies show up in your blood.”
The study and its startling findings come even as Fauci has himself acknowledged that the benefits conveyed by mRNA vaccines are short-lived.
“Some vaccine platforms give a very high degree of protection, but the durability isn’t very long,” the White House medical advisor told CNN last week.
However, that admission didn’t stop Fauci from going on to praise mRNA vaccines as being “a really great platform.”