The modern medical profession have been experimenting on Africans for decades and more recently experiments (aka medical trials) have been found to impact the African immune system negatively.

More specifically, the malaria vaccination programme reduces the strength of African immune systems.

The introduction of the malaria vaccine has clearly not reduced the number of deaths from malaria, but numbers appears to be increasing.

We should all know that these vaccine experiments have reduced the strength of African immune systems in those countries they used in their vaccine trials.

See the report here…

"Hill et al. studied longitudinal blood samples from a large malaria vaccine trial conducted in different African countries. They saw country-specific trajectories of immune development that influenced vaccine responses. Anaemic children showed dampened adaptive immune responses. Follow-up experiments with B cells in vitro revealed that iron has direct effects on B cell differentiation. These results show that geographic location has an important influence on immune development… vaccines often show reduced efficacy in these populations… the composition of the immune system is dynamically transformed during the first years of life, and this was further influenced by geographical location, with some immune cell types showing an altered rate of development in Tanzanian children compared to Dutch children enrolled in the Generation R population…"


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