As you know my stance on the jab falls more in line with that of Dr. Roger Hodkinson but this is an important PSA from a less skeptical MD:
I am a physician and immunologist in PA. I’ve become increasingly concerned that with over 20% of the American population already naturally infected, indiscriminate vaccination of such already infected folks is where the majority of side-effects may be happening. So, if you (or a loved one) have had, or believe you may have had, a COVID-19 infection, please get an IgG antibody screen and if your are immune consider delaying your vaccination for up to a year. This is why I have been suggesting that all folks at risk #ScreenB4Vaccine.
This approach makes sense for several reasons:
1)If you have IgG antibodies you are highly likely to be immune.
2) If you’ve been previously infected, getting vaccinated could cause an inflammatory reaction to remaining viral antigens in your system.
3) If you have natural immunity, you will free up a vaccine dose for someone who is not immune.
Hooman Noorchashm MD, PhD.