|Posted by JJ The Psychotherapist on January 19, 2023 at 8:35 PM||comments (0)|
Extended 'Booster' Shots Collapse Immune System in Mice, New Study Shows
A new study by researchers from China's Chongqing Medical University has found that laboratory mice experience a near-complete collapse of their immune systems when they receive more than two "booster" shots. The study investigated the long-term impact of regular booster shots, such as yearly jabs, by giving mice extended SARS-CoV-2 RBD booster vaccinations.
Currently, a person being "fully vaccinated" means they've had four shots - two initial vaccines then two more "booster" jabs. However, the study found that giving mice extended immunizations, more than two boosters, impaired the serum neutralization activity.
The researchers discovered that the extra booster shots suppressed the formation of the germinal center and inhibited the activation of CD8+T cells in the lab mice.
Former New York Times reporter Alex Berenson raised the alarm about the study on Twitter, arguing that booster shots should be “halted immediately” for humans in light of the findings. He later posted information on the new study on his Substack page, describing the results as “very urgent.”
It is important to note that the study has not been confirmed in humans, and more research is needed to understand the implications of these findings for human vaccination strategies. However, the mice used in the study are genetically altered to model the human response to the coronavirus and have been shown to have similarities to humans in response to SARS-CoV-2 infections.
The study highlights the need for more research on the long-term effects of booster shots, as well as the potential risks associated with the continuous use of SARS-CoV-2 vaccine boosters. It also emphasizes the importance of considering the potential risks and benefits of ongoing vaccination strategies, in light of the ongoing emergence of new variants of the virus.
Overall, the study raises important questions about the safety and efficacy of booster shots and the potential risks associated with ongoing vaccination strategies.