Official data indicate that fully vaccinated people in the United States, the United Kingdom, and Canada may be experiencing a decline in their innate immune system
NEW DELHI: Covid-19 vaccination has led to a whopping increase of 338 times in certain types of cancer and diseases related to Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS) and similar immunodeficiency disorders, reports The Expose quoting data released by the US, the UK, and Canada.
The official data indicate that fully vaccinated people in the United States, the United Kingdom, and Canada may be experiencing a decline in their innate immune system, making them more vulnerable to certain diseases and infections.
While it is commonly known that HIV is a primary cause of AIDS, recent data suggest that other factors can contribute to immunodeficiency disorders, leaving the body susceptible to various infections, as per The Expose.
These secondary immunodeficiency disorders can be caused by radiation or chemotherapy treatments, certain infections like HIV, certain cancers, and malnutrition, among other factors.
Surprisingly, data from the UK and Canada also indicate that the vaccinated populations in these countries may be experiencing a new form of AIDS. Although the data suggest the negative real-world effectiveness of Covid-19 vaccinations in terms of immune system impact, it does not necessarily correlate with a significant rise in disease and suffering associated with acquired immunodeficiency syndrome.
The data on vaccine effectiveness, when calculated using Pfizer’s formula, show a stark contrast to the claimed 95% effectiveness by the company, the report said. However, it’s important to note that vaccine effectiveness measures the recipient’s immune system performance in comparison to an unvaccinated individual’s immune system performance, rather than evaluating the vaccine itself.
The report also analyzed the CDC’s database of adverse reactions reported for all available vaccines in the US since 1950 and found that certain diseases and infections commonly associated with AIDS were identified. Notably, people living with HIV are at a higher risk of developing certain types of cancer known as AIDS-defining cancers.
AIDS-defining cancers include Kaposi sarcoma, aggressive B-cell non-Hodgkin lymphoma (NHL), and cervical cancer. When individuals with HIV develop these types of cancer, it indicates that their HIV infection has progressed to AIDS.
It is important to emphasize that the data currently available only suggest a possible link between COVID-19 vaccinations and immunodeficiency disorders. Further investigation and research are needed to establish any definitive causative relationship.