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PostPosted: Fri Mar 24, 2023 1:30 pm 
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Dr. Revici wrote this:

For an efficient defense against viruses, an immunity within the cell appears thus to be indispensable. The use of a dead virus vaccine will induce only systemic immunity, which can be recognized through the circulating antibodies. It is unlikely that the killed virus enters the cells. It does not affect them, and consequently does not induce cellular immunity. Even a mild cellular infection with living virus will give the necessary long-lasting cellular immunity. This would explain the need for living and not killed vaccines for viral infections, as first postulated by Pasteur. A similar level of of immunity can explain the differences seen between the immunity resulting from the use of microbial vaccines and that produced by natural disease. Typhoid infection gives lifelong immunity; the vaccination, only relative and temporary immunity. An explanation can be found in the fact that, in the disease, along with septicemia, manifest changes occur in organs and tissues. Spleen and lymphatic tissues are highly affected in typhoid and it is possible that the development of the defense at their level would explain the lifelong immunity that follows the natural infection.

So much for the covid vaccine?

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