By Patrick Delaney
According to an analysis published by the National Institutes of Health (NIH), a recent study available in the prestigious Lancet peer-reviewed journal reveals COVID-19 vaccine booster shots may be harmful to the immune system and cause significant adverse reactions.
The study also shows that eight months after a two-dose regimen, the injected have lower immune function than the unvaccinated.
Dr. Kenji Yamamoto, a cardiovascular surgeon who has authored or co-authored thousands of papers available on NIH’s PubMed website, highlighted not only the well-known waning effectiveness of the experimental coronavirus gene-based injections, but that the shots may actually cause harm to their recipients’ immune systems as well.
The Lancet study “showed that immune function among vaccinated individuals 8 months after the administration of two doses of COVID-19 vaccine was lower than that among the unvaccinated individuals,” the Japanese physician wrote.
For this reason, he highlights how even the European Medicines Agency (EMA) warns “frequent COVID-19 booster shots could adversely affect the immune response and may not be feasible.”
“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. These clinical alterations may explain the association reported between COVID-19 vaccination and shingles,” Dr. Yamamoto wrote.
“As a safety measure, further booster vaccinations should be discontinued,” he said.
Reporting on his experience at Okamura Memorial Hospital in Shizuoka, Japan, the respected physician mentioned numerous problems associated with the injections, including shingles, which is sometimes called “vaccine-acquired immunodeficiency syndrome.” Since the end of 2021, his cardiovascular department has encountered many cases that “are difficult to control.”
He shared that in some extreme cases, due to the injections, patients experienced serious inflammation after open-heart surgery “which could not be controlled even after several weeks” and “there were a few deaths.”
Yamamoto also mentioned what has been reported by LifeSiteNews for at least two years: “The media have so far concealed the adverse events of vaccine administration, such as vaccine-induced immune thrombotic thrombocytopenia (VITT), owing to biased propaganda.”
He further warns that as time goes on, COVID-19 vaccine injuries “are likely to become more apparent. It has been hypothesized that there will be an increase in cardiovascular diseases, especially acute coronary syndromes caused by the spike proteins in genetic vaccines.”
Additionally, “Besides the risk of infections owing to lowered immune functions, there is a possible risk of unknown organ damage caused by the vaccine that has remained hidden without apparent clinical presentations, mainly in the circulatory system,” the physician warned.
Last month, a study in the New England Journal of Medicine found that two doses of the abortion-tainted mRNA anti-COVID jabs can lead to a decrease in protection against the novel coronavirus compared with that gained by natural immunity.
It also concluded the level of protection offered against infection with the omicron variant of COVID-19 from natural immunity vastly outstrips that of a two-dose regimen of the available mRNA shots against the virus.
In late June, the BMJ published a study showing that both Pfizer and Moderna’s injections were more likely to hospitalize individuals due to serious adverse events from the shots than they would protect you from serious injury with COVID.
The risk of post-vaccine injury was so great that the authors concluded that there was “no evidence of a reduction in overall mortality in the mRNA vaccine trials.”
Data released last week from the Centers for Disease Control’s Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) reported 1,357,937 total adverse events in the United States after injections of experimental COVID-19 gene-based vaccines, including 29,790 deaths and 247,686 serious injuries between December 14, 2020, and July 22, 2022.
These also include 55,719 permanent disabilities, 50,739 cases of myocarditis/pericarditis, and 14,374 reported cases of shingles.
As such figures are based on voluntary reports, it is important to note that they are very likely just “the tip of the iceberg” in actual figures.
A 2010 Harvard-executed study commissioned by the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) revealed that “fewer than 1% of vaccine adverse events” are reported to VAERS, and vaccine manufacturer Connaught Laboratories calculated at least a “fifty-fold underreporting of adverse events” in a confidential study.