COVID Vaccines May Not Work on Millions Who Have Underlying Conditions, Yet CDC Continues to Recommend They Get the Shot • Children’s Health Defense

Emerging research shows that 15% to 80% of people with certain medical conditions aren’t generating many antibodies, if any, after receiving a COVID vaccine.

According to NBC News, people taking medications that suppress their immune system, those on medication for inflammatory disorders and those with blood cancers showed a significantly weaker antibody response to the vaccine.

An organ transplant study published in JAMA found 46% of 658 transplant patients did not mount an antibody response after two doses of the Pfizer-BioNTech or Moderna vaccines. Researchers think the lack of reaction is probably a result of taking a class of immunosuppressive drugs, called antimetabolites.

“The overwhelming majority of transplant patients, even after a second dose of the vaccine, appear to have suboptimal protection — if any protection — from the vaccine, which is frightening, disappointing and a bit surprising,” Segev said.

COVID Vaccines May Not Work on Millions Who Have Underlying Conditions, Yet CDC Continues to Recommend They Get the Shot • Children’s Health Defense

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  1. ” COVID Vaccine may not work on Millions who have underlying conditions, yet CDC continues to recommend they get the shot – Children health defense fund. ”

    If the above is true, Not only is the CDC recommending individuals get the Covid-19 Vaccine SOME or ALL medical Professionals are indicating the same.

    Including the underlying condition, if SOME or ALL Medical professionals ACCEPT that all HUMANS from BIRTH Mental and Physical Make-up are different, Vaccine Mfg would / could take a different approach on what Humans are compatible and incompatible to the Covid_19 Vaccines .

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