Vaccination and multiple sclerosis 

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Covid-19 vaccination can induce multiple sclerosis via cross-reactive CD4+ T cells recognizing SARS-CoV-2 spike protein and myelin peptides
Both natural infection and the mRNA based vaccinations can be accompanied by transient autoimmune phenomena,
or onset of autoimmune diseases.
Two cases of multiple sclerosis (MS),
with clinical and new radiological signs,
beginning in close temporal relation to spike (S) protein mRNA based vaccinations.
The onset of MS in these two cases is very likely caused by CD4+ T cell clones,
that cross-recognize SARSCoV- 2 S protein,
from myelin proteins.
Spike specific CD4+ T cells from peripheral blood,
and CD4+ T cells from CSF sample were isolated,
then underwent autoantigen screening test.
(An endogenous antigen that stimulates the production of autoantibodies)
A list of well-known MS related autoantigens,
Self-reactive T cells were detected from Spike specific T cell population,
also showed reactivity to MBP, MOG, (Myelin oligodendrocyte glycoprotein) peptides PLP peptide pools.
Multiple sclerosis and myelin basic protein: insights into protein disorder and disease
Myelin basic protein (MBP) is an abundant protein in central nervous system (CNS) myelin.
MBP has long been studied as a factor in the pathogenesis of the autoimmune neurodegenerative disease multiple sclerosis (MS).
MS is characterized by CNS inflammation, demyelination, and axonal loss.
we found proinflammatory T cell clones,
that recognize both Spike protein and immunodominant Myelin basic protein peptides,
and Myelin oligodendrocyte glycoprotein (MOG) peptides, which have previously been implicated in MS.
Detailed studies of both peripheral blood, and CSF derived CD4+ T cells show that the onset of MS in these two cases is very likely caused by CD4+ T cell clones that cross-recognize SARS-CoV-2 S protein derived peptides and peptides derived from myelin proteins, which have previously been implicated in MS.
Posts misrepresent research on multiple sclerosis and COVID-19 vaccines found in WHO database
New diagnosis of multiple sclerosis in the setting of mRNA COVID-19 vaccine exposure (January 2022)
Multiple sclerosis (MS) with onset in the setting of acute SARS-CoV-2 virus infection has been reported,
and reactivation of MS following non-mRNA COVID-19 vaccination has been noted,
There have been three reports of newly diagnosed MS following exposure to mRNA COVID-19 vaccine.
The association cannot be determined to be causal,
We report a series of 5 cases of newly diagnosed MS following recent exposure to mRNA COVID-19 vaccines.
Latency from vaccination to initial presentation varied.
Neurological manifestations and clinical course appeared to be typical for MS,
including response to high dose steroids
Acute neurological deficits in the setting of recent mRNA COVID-19 vaccine administration may represent new onset multiple sclerosis.
Hold a parliamentary vote on whether to reject amendments to the IHR 2005
We are concerned that Parliament has not discussed and will not have a say on the 307 proposed amendments to the International Health Regulations,
AND the amendments to 5 Articles of the IHR that were ADOPTED by the 75th World Health Assembly on 27 May 2022.

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aine oloughlin
aine oloughlin 4 meses atrás
I have MS and I refused the vaccine on 5 occasions. I was able to argue that the vaccine worked contra to the DMT infusion which I take twice a year, based on your videos, specifically the impact it had on B cells. You empowered me to stand up for myself through your videos. I insisted I wanted to take my MS infusion with it being compromised and my Neurologist supported me. I warned family members that MS was a side effect of the vaccine 2 years ago and unfortunately they thought I was a conspiracy theorist and MS obsessed.
esecallum 4 meses atrás
Your so selfish. Get your boosters Now. ( Sponsored by phfizer)
Tony Knight
Tony Knight 4 meses atrás
@esecallum Sponsored by a sponsor who can't spell !
Tom Wright
Tom Wright 4 meses atrás
I guess the question is the risk compared to infection, as is the wont of fact checkers.
Jeannot Wagener
Jeannot Wagener 4 meses atrás
So did I....and watching this video I am so glad to see my doubts being confirmed
Amanda Warfield
Amanda Warfield 4 meses atrás
In April 2021, I had shots 1 and 2 of Pfizer. I am a 25-year MS patient. I was walking FINE prior to this. Within 1 HOUR of shor 2, I was not walking. I then did not walk for 15 months, had Covid 3 times, and shingles twice. Fought through and fired 4 neurologists who all said I had gone progressive with my MS until FINALLY getting a full head-to-tail MRI, which showed my scans were the same stable scans that I have had for the last decade. It is not my MS. It was neuroinflammation from the vaccine. There are a whopping TWO doctors that I will trust... MANY want to silence us the vaccine-injured.
Jean Cariker
Jean Cariker 3 meses atrás
So sorry you were forced to take the vaccine! It would be wise to trust very few doctors when it came to the vaccine or boosters. Hope you’re able to improve soon.
Marty Truelove
Marty Truelove 3 meses atrás
Thank You for speaking out,you are a Warrior,keep on fighting girl.
Shari Guy
Shari Guy 3 meses atrás
My heart goes out to you, as I know how hard it is to experience debilitating Illness. It’s very hard to fight these battles when you are in such a weakened condition and I admire you for standing up for yourself. I was wondering how old were you when you were diagnosed with MS and had you taken any vaccines prior to getting sick? I think myself that vaccines are the cause of autoimmune diseases and every vaccine after the first vaccine compounds the symptoms. I just turned 70, battled autoimmune diseases all my life and that seems to have been my experience. Luckily, I realized this before I was forced to take the c vaccines. I personally, will never take another vaccine. I pray you will recover completely from this!
Janie Scesney
Janie Scesney 3 meses atrás
I have Charcot Marie Tooth desiese type 2b witch is similar to muscle at distrophy after the vax. I can’t walk anymore it threw my whole desiese into overdrive now I have so meny problems with my body I am practically bed ridden we needed more studies done for people with disabilities it took my life away but nothing we can do about it so frustrating!
Colliga Family
Colliga Family 3 meses atrás
Dustin Raines
Dustin Raines 3 meses atrás
Im a nurse practitioner and was essentially forced to take the jab due to the company I worked for requiring it. I reluctantly gave in and got vaccinated in May 2021. I was diagnosed with MS in June 2022. It was the worst decision I ever made. I have no doubt it gave me MS, but my neurologist and healthcare colleagues think Im wrong. Thanks for covering this. Im suffering for not standing up to my beliefs
iDestiny 3 meses atrás
Sorry to hear of your diagnosis. It would seem your diagnosis came approximately 11 months after the jab. While it is possible the jab might have contributed, there maybe other more plausible explanations... For example... Pre covid in the US, 200 MS cases were diagnosed per week, In UK it was 130. Based on those numbers, either 200 or130 people per week would be identified with MS within a week of a jab (assuming everyonetook it)... just due to coincidence. That's 400 or 260 within 2 weeks, 600 or 390 within 3 weeks, 800 or 420 in a month or1600 or 780 within two months of a jab... so, it could be coincidence. Within a year of the jab, that's approx 16K in 1 year based on 2018 figures, just 2 countries The virus itself is known to trigger similar symptoms as well... Again, not suggesting a link is entirely not impossible. However, if you are convinced it is the jab, then doesn't matter what anyone says, that is your take on it...
Dustin Raines
Dustin Raines 3 meses atrás
@iDestiny MS has the hallmark of being difficult to diagnose because the damage takes time to manifest in the form of physical symptoms and neurological deficits. While a year seems like a long time, in the realm of MS its nothing. It could have easily been induced at the time of vaccination, and it took 8-9 months for the damage to become severe enough to cause symptoms
Lillie Kinder
Lillie Kinder 3 meses atrás
I wonder if companies that required the vaccine can be held accountable since the manufactors gets a free pass.
Bella 3 meses atrás
Those of us that never got one 💉💉💉are to be congratulated on resisting the biggest media drive/campaign ever perpetuated on humans, and resisted all manner of pressure put forth by all manner of people. IF these people EVER get serious about conducting an authentic study they will have a control group, which they would not have had if we’d all buckled under the pressure and taken the 💉💉💉💉. Congrats everyone! ❤️
Mano Watis
Mano Watis 3 meses atrás
​@Shhj783 You didnt actually take the vax, did you?? 🤣🤣🤣 HAHAHAHAHA!
Bella 2 meses atrás
@Shhj783 well he may be right, or he may be wrong. I for one do not make my health decisions based on what a politician (including the President to the United States says or does). So, no, I did not take it! I had the vid once confirmed through testing, and once unconfirmed ~ too soon for testing. So I have antibodies.
Ross Close
Ross Close Mês atrás
I was a fit and healthy 28 year old with no prior health symptoms (with the exception of very occasional asthma). I woke up with sudden leg numbness and lack of balance not long after my second vaccine. Multiple sclerosis diagnosis has since followed. I struggle to believe these aren’t connected. Never again will I be bullied into taking any medical intervention from the government again.
Diane MacKay
Diane MacKay Mês atrás
Thanks to the people who demonstrated their COURAGE to refuse the vac / multiple biosters and actually critically researched the test studies. A big shout out to you Dr. Campbell for donating your persistence to tell the truth.
mroberts115 4 meses atrás
I've had MS for 10 years. I have VA health care as I was diagnosed within weeks of returning from Afghanistan. When I asked my doctor about the possible dangers of the vax and MS she said it was harmless and that they are following the MS society guidelines. I went to their website to see where they got their information. It was based off a study of only 40 MS patients and observed them for only 3 months. The study shows a slight increase in symptoms of those vaxed. I sent her the study and asked if this was something she was aware of and I received complete silence. When I called to follow up I was told to quell my rebellious spirit and think about the rest of America. That only confirmed that they had indeed turned off their critical thinking. Should be criminal but nobody cares.
Linda McKenzie
Linda McKenzie 4 meses atrás
Brave Girl...
Jo Murphy
Jo Murphy 4 meses atrás
Shocking. Well done for holding on....
Gardenia in bloom
Gardenia in bloom 4 meses atrás
We know now the vast majority of doctors simply followed what they were told without taking a moment to critically assess the advice. All were sheep, save the brave few. My neurologist also tried to persuade me but I was having none of it.
Tony C
Tony C 4 meses atrás
''Quell your rebellious spirit and think about the rest of America'' That statement speaks volumes.
Bush Pig
Bush Pig 4 meses atrás
Good help us. The whole for-the-greater-good argument makes my blood boil, they sound like England in the second world war, keep calm and carry on. You are 100% correct in your assertion that they have lost all ability to think critically.
leitmotif4me Mês atrás
I was diagnosed with MS in 2012 and retired, disabled, in 2015 but symptoms began in the 1980's following hepatitis B vaccines required by work (I was an RN). I discovered a paper published in France in the 90's linking MS with hepatitis vaccines. I have not taken any vaccines since 2000, but when the Covid vaccine became available I took one 'for the team'. Within four weeks MS relapsed and my gait was once again affected. Needless to say, I have not taken another vaccine.
Dana Caro-herman
Dana Caro-herman 18 horas atrás
@leitmotif4me. I wish you wouldn't have done that. I got rheumatoid arthritis from the Hep B series as well, extremely painful, exhausting and debilitating.
Linda White
Linda White Mês atrás
My immediate family and I refused (repeatedly) THE shots and we never had c***d! Extended family had shots and 2 of them almost died from multiple blood clots, and still have ongoing problems with it! I'm so glad we stood fast while being ridiculed, mocked and condemned on a daily basis! Thank you for sharing your research and truth!!!
C M Mês atrás
Went through the same as you, I thank God everyday that no one in my family caved to the psychological warfare at the time.
rob tangent
rob tangent Mês atrás
My entire family, including my 93 years old mom have 5 shots each. Absolutely no problems. You're outliers.
Musicpassion418 19 dias atrás
And others are in the exact opposite position died without vaccine. Also we can't mock anyone who needed needs wants protection from worse covid so they get shots. None of this no matter what is perfect. We all have to do what our mds say is best, and always of course pray and hope for the best
Dede Tudor
Dede Tudor 19 dias atrás
@Musicpassion418 they died without treatment. Say it that way and then we'll take you for real. They died without treatment. If they died... They had multiple comorbidities. Please answer why you are not promoting lifesaving therapeutics. I love music.🤗
Tamariskmusic 3 meses atrás
My next door neighbor has now been told she’s got MS , the last few yrs have destroyed her former self . My mum and her husband both died within a year . I told them to wait but nobody listened , my daughters listened , thankfully 🙏
Joyce Burgess
Joyce Burgess Mês atrás
My mother and my children, listened to me about not getting it and I am so grateful they did.
Gabriele Martin
Gabriele Martin 11 dias atrás
I am glad your children listened. My daughter also listened to me. But my sons did not. One son had mental problems before the Covid crisis incl drug problems but got a full blown psychosis last autumn. Possibly more to do with the Covid measures, the government nudging and the social distancing than his two mRNA jabs? He felt rather resentful after being coerced into taking the jabs. The other son had strange infections after his third mRNA jab that normally only immunocompromised people get. My niece developped the autoimmune disease psoriasis after her third mRNA jab.
K K 3 meses atrás
This reminds me of the young lady who stated that she received the vaccine and the next day (or few days later) her legs became paralyzed. The doctors said she was "crazy", the media interviewed her from her hospital bed.
Mike Hawk
Mike Hawk Mês atrás
That happened to a lady,I know. Luckily, she was able to walk again after about a week. Scary stuff
Jacob Gardner
Jacob Gardner Mês atrás
Good Lord. I can’t believe my worst fears about the vaccine were actually mild compared to reality. 👀
Nasser Nasab
Nasser Nasab 4 meses atrás
I’m a person with MS, when the vaccine came out, I called the manufacturer and asked them about it if there is a adverse reaction with my MS, they said call your doctor and we don’t know. I called my doctor and he didn’t know either, so I decided not to get the vaccine.
Rob Irwin
Rob Irwin 4 meses atrás
I had questions. The John Radcliffe hospital vax centre lied to me to try to get me to take the shot.
Solstice Projekt
Solstice Projekt 4 meses atrás
How would the doctor even know? lol The best part about this is that lots of people actually went to their doctors, who in no way or form knew any more than they did, but because *they're doctors* obviously they must know everything, at all times, including the things nobody can know! ^_^
RobRoscob 4 meses atrás
when i read this i liked the ending . thanks and good luck
Jacob Ladder
Jacob Ladder 4 meses atrás
How easy and good for you
Lise Richard
Lise Richard 3 meses atrás
Proudly unvaccinated throughout this whole experience. Your videos are awesome!
Needful Things
Needful Things 3 meses atrás
Me too 😁👍
Katydid 3 meses atrás
Me three.
Basset Girl
Basset Girl 16 dias atrás
I have had MS for over 25 years. No way in hell I was going to get vaxed due to no long term studies. So glad I stuck with my beliefs and refused it. Prayers to all who have been negatively affected by this virus and vax.🙏❤️🙏
Lucy 3 meses atrás
I’m in my 40’s never had a problem with my health other than my iron being slightly low at times, I had the first round of vaccine but never went back again for the others as I was never right since then, last October 22 I had a mri scan as I had been complaining about slight tingling in my face wow in November 22 I was diagnosed with ms & have rapidly gone down hill with ms before that jab I have always been healthy now I’m not thank you so much for putting this out ❤
Matt Crooke
Matt Crooke 3 meses atrás
Hi Lucy. I've just posted the following above: "Up until May 2021, I was a perfectly healthy 40 something. May 2021, I had my one and only AZ Covid Jab. Beginning of June 2021, i started to lose the feeling in the center section of my body. Diagnosed with Transverse Myelitis. Its July 2023 as I type, and I spend my days with my entire body tingling/buzzing constantly. Endless bouts of feeling incredibly sick and shaking. Numbness on various patches of my body. That jab has utterly wrecked my life, yet because I can still walk, i'm entitled to nothing. Angry doesn't quite cover how I feel." Our symptoms sound very very similer. I still have no diagnosis, which is so frustrating.
Lucy 3 meses atrás
@Matt Crooke hi thank you for your reply what you have described is very much similar symptoms I started to have unfortunately they got worse I was lucky enough to have a GP that had known me most of my life & he was the one who got me the mri scan & that’s when everything changed for me at least with a confident diagnosis I know what I have, unfortunately I had to give up work as I had a driving job. Try talking to a GP about getting an mri scan for you at least it can be ruled out or you could be given an answer as to what is causing your problems I hope that could help you in finding out the cause of the problems your experiencing.
mbcraig2 Mês atrás
If you are able to look up the old movie, Lorenzo's Oil, you will see what happens to the myelin sheath when damaged and what Lorenzo's parents did to help him reverse the damage. True story.
Cachin Nation
Cachin Nation 3 meses atrás
A young man at the gym (24 yrs) developed MS after the second injectable. He uses crutches mostly but sometimes a wheelchair. Prior to this he was about to embark on a promising career in sport. He only took the vaccines under pressure from his then girlfriend and his mother, who being a nurse, told him it was totally safe.
Shade7x 2 meses atrás
My hairdresser (well, my friend who cuts my hair) has some nurse clients. I was continually shocked by the stuff I heard second hand from her being passed off as fact by nurses. My favorite: "it's the unvaccinated causing the variants". As if we could know that, and we suspiciously didn't see any variants of concern for the first year when nobody was vaccinated.
Kara H
Kara H 4 meses atrás
I’m also a person with MS and was a professional in the community. My neurologist pressed me to get vaccinated but I asked her for the data on the vax and MS patients and she said that it wasn’t available yet but she was told what it said so she can explain it to me. Told her I can still analyze my own data and once she gives it to me to look over then we can talk about getting the vax. Never got the data or the first jab and she eventually quit pushing it. I was suspicious about how MD’s were talking about it and the fear factor and the manipulation that I was hearing. Thank God i didn’t do it!
iDestiny 4 meses atrás
Not reasonable to assume all doctors had all necessary info at hand over time. All they had would have been info regarding the clinical trials. And most wouldn't have even read up on those... That's why this is less of a conspiracy and more a reflection of how broken current health systems are in most countries...
Elzbieta Urbanska
Elzbieta Urbanska 4 meses atrás
who gave them a right to make me do that!!!!!!!!
Caroline Blackledge
Caroline Blackledge 4 meses atrás
You should send this latest WHO report to her.
Tim Cummins
Tim Cummins 4 meses atrás
I too have MS and refused the so-called vax. I'm glad I did now! Even though I've had C-v-d 3 times, I still would never take that poisen
Jeanette Blazso
Jeanette Blazso 4 meses atrás
I'm so glad you didn't get it. It is proving to be a disaster for far too many people. It only takes some common sense & logic to know it was & is not safe.
A Little Wheiser
A Little Wheiser 4 meses atrás
I was diagnosed in 2002 and I am So THANKFUL that my general practitioner never…NOT ONCE asked me about the vax. Even if he HAD I would have refused it. I had Covid twice and so did every one of my unvaxxed family members that don’t have MS and we pulled thru it just fine.
iDestiny 4 meses atrás
Could also be argues that perhaps you are one of those who isn't predisposed to autoimmunity.
J K 4 meses atrás
@iDestiny What is the Covid-related mortality for non-elderly persons with no comorbidities??
Divine_Will_Be_Done 3 meses atrás
I was a healthy 52 year old. In 2021 I developed MS like symptoms. A severe vitamin B and vitamin B complex deficiency was found (iron aswell). Despite bimonthly injections of B and complex, the symptoms continue. I can't afford extensive tests. 2 doses of AstraZ in 2021. Lived in London at the time. Went along with the flow despite knowing it was an experiment. I can feel the difference in my body and don't recognise myself. ❤ peace to us all. Those who are star bellied sneeches and those who are not. ❤ Thank you for you wonderful channel. Been following you for 3 years.
Lynne M OBrien
Lynne M OBrien 3 meses atrás
I’m just curious, Have you been tested for DNA for MTHFR? I have 1 copy of that gene. It’s a clotting gene , but it also makes it about impossible to use synthetic B12 and B6 I can not metabolize synthetic B12 , B6 ect that are not 100% natural. There are special b vitamin supplements you can ask your provider about if that turns out to be the case. I couldn’t process any synthetic b vitamins I now eat a diet Rich in B bits. My nervous dusty to a hit. It was the most strange feeling. I don’t think it is possible to describe how strange it felt. Like I was poisoned . I actually had the test through a free web site then my provider confirmed the test. I indeed had 1 copy of this gene.
bruh 3 meses atrás
@RepentandbelieveinJesusChrist no
Jazz To Country
Jazz To Country 3 meses atrás
MTHFR is very common. You don't methylate folate so must buy methyl folate and B12 supplement. If you don't want to buy genetic test you might as well take B7 (Biotin) since you might have a deficiency of an enzyme that scavenges it from the intestines. Then, once a week, take a multivitamin and multiple B vitamin supplement. This will help you avoid B12 deficiency and anemia and digestive issues. It will also help you to avoid heart problems.
The Devil's Advocate
The Devil's Advocate 3 meses atrás
You are correct this lesson was taught in the Sneeches story
SuperHindquarters Mês atrás
My cousin is big on the shots. After he was inoculated, he was diagnosed with MS and a rare form of blood cancer. Obviously, it doesn't necessarily mean the shots caused it, but it's a strange coincidence
Connie Rexrode
Connie Rexrode Mês atrás
In April 2021 I was a healthy 60-year-old woman and wanted to have a little bit of life back. I decided to get the Pfizer vaccine and I told my husband to let me go first and see how I do since he has some medical issues. I thought I did fine and got the second one but within a couple of weeks something was very wrong, but I didn't think about the vaccine I thought maybe my age. My balance was off, I had a tightness around my waist, I didn't want to drive at night, and my personality had changed. My daughter started googling and said it sounds like MS. My daughter asked a friend that was a doctor and he said he didn't think so. My age was the main reason. I will skip ahead to January 2023 and finally had an MRI and had many lesions. In my report, it said, “somewhat old for this active MS.” My next step was a spinal tap and I had the bands in my fluid. I was finally diagnosed with MS. In April I started Ocrevus. My life has changed so much in the last 2 years. I am 99.999 percent sure it was the vaccine that caused my MS.
James Burns
James Burns Mês atrás
As a another MS survivor (96) I had my resevations about the Vax, niether me or my girlfriend got it, friends did & now several have health issues. One almost died from a brain anurisum, (she would have if she wasn't already at the hosital). Others did mysteriously loose their lives! After all is said and done I'm glad we did not partake in this foolish experiment & sorry for those that made that dessison or were forced into it.
AJ Mote
AJ Mote 4 meses atrás
As MS sufferer I decided not to partake in any covid vaccines. Interestingly I had covid once and made full recovery, unlike most of my family and friends who’ve had multiple vaccines quickly followed by repeated covid infections. What infuriates me to this day is the shaming, ridicule and bullying I encountered by several distant relatives and others (some in the medical profession) who expressed their displeasure. Calling for my incarceration, denial of all health care and removal from society (yes this actually happened) I was called selfish and a danger to society for following my own gut instinct. I have most certainly moved on, but will never forget how quickly mob mentality set in.
Jo Murphy
Jo Murphy 4 meses atrás
Yes, absolutely terrifying ... my has all gone totally mad.
Gardenia in bloom
Gardenia in bloom 4 meses atrás
I agree. Truly astounding what these so called 'good' people were prepared to do to others. I will never forget.
PS 4 meses atrás
I'm with you....will never forget our harassment or the way my friends stood by, watched it happening, and never said anything to me like "Sorry the country is trashing you right now, that must feel horrible." Glad you resisted all the pressure and I wish you the best.
A. GM 4 meses atrás
It is scary how fast people turned on eachother.
Sandra C
Sandra C 4 meses atrás
I agree but I don’t forget how I was treated. If the topic comes up I am outspoken about the discrimination and mob mentality. We can not forget nor let go as it just allows this to happen again. We need accountability for the injustices that happened and for the vaccine injured who were lied to and mandated to get the shot.
Shari Guy
Shari Guy 3 meses atrás
I have had autoimmune disease all my life. It wasn’t diagnosed till I was 44. I would have periods of debilitating illness which would last for long periods of time. There seemed no rhyme or reason for any of it. In 2020 I began to wonder if my illnesses had anything to do with vaccines I received in my childhood. I remember quite well the ages I was during my illnesses. When I researched the age and school grade the vaccines were received they actually coincided with the illnesses. When I was 44, I went back to school and did practical nursing. At the end of my courses I had to get booster shots to be able to be licensed. I went to work and didn’t get but a few months out of my new career before I got very ill. I lost my career and 5 years of my health. I got back to work, working in an inner city mission. I had to be vaccinated for hepatitis A&B. You can’t imagine how sick I got and the sinking feeling when my Rheumatologist said we were going to have to go back to square 1! Biologics and other drugs were no longer working and I got very sick again! I did not take the Vaccines for Covid19, and will never take another vaccine. I remember getting a couple of flu vaccines as it was recommended that I take them. I nearly died each time from the flu I was supposedly getting protection from! I don’t understand why this was never picked up by the medical professionals who should have been looking after me! Well, the mystery is now solved. Vaccines are the culprit! I wonder if they are at the root of Autism, ADD, And other disorders. I also know that a lot of teenagers end up with bipolar and schizophrenia in their teens! I wonder if it could be related to high school vaccines. I have never known where to go with this. Maybe you would know, Dr. Campbell. Maybe it’s all just coincidence? I wonder if WHO knows anything about it? But I am just an old lady who maybe could have had a much better quality of life. I wonder if anyone else has experienced something like this." Thank you for all you do. I do believe you do manage to make a difference as hard as that can be in these days. Keep on doing what you do! We all love you for caring!
Sithwolf 3 meses atrás
As usual a classic example of correlation does not equal Causation fallacy. Shame on you for spreading such heinous lies.
Raluca Dumitrescu
Raluca Dumitrescu 3 meses atrás
​@Sithwolfshame on you for judging someone s real life experience!
Renee Thorn
Renee Thorn 3 meses atrás
May I suggest you leave your body, especially your brain and nervous system to scientific studies after your death? It will not help you, and your family might find it difficult or distressing, but it will help scientists understand why some people in our society have such horrendous reactions to immunisations and others don't appear to. My best wishes for your good health ❤️‍🩹
Sithwolf 3 meses atrás
@Raluca Dumitrescu and shame on you for believing such obvious lies. Anecdotes aren't scientific evidence.
2degucitas 3 meses atrás
Autism has no relation to vaccines. You appear to be someone who's immune system is easily triggered towards auto immune response. I wonder if you have genetics that are part of this. Do you also get relapses after colds, flu and infections?
Deb Garnett
Deb Garnett 3 meses atrás
Back when I used to do energy treatments, I had a couple who used to see me, and both had MS. They were diagnosed 2 weeks apart and were told it had nothing to do with the vaccinations they got prior to a Mexican vacation. This was almost 10 years ago……this stuff has been going on for a long time already.
Valerie Twine
Valerie Twine 3 meses atrás
My best friend died a week after having the 3rd vaccine last year, she was only 59. My ex fell seriously ill immediately after his 1st vaccine, spent 6 months in hospital and still can't walk. My sister's sister-in-law has deep vein thrombosis due to her 1st shot. Another guy who was a friend of my sister, died within a week of his 3rd jab this year. I had the 1st 2 jabs in 2021, but refuse to have any more. Way too dangerous in my opinion.
kathy harris
kathy harris 3 meses atrás
Yes, dying from covid would be the better option here. Thanks for posting!
Megan Baker
Megan Baker 2 meses atrás
@kathy harris have to wonder if you’re aware of how dismissive of these heart wrenching stories you come across as. No one’s telling you what YOU should do. They’re simply sharing their ordeals in the wake of having gotten their shot. If you can’t muster any compassion, perhaps refraining from snarky comments is your next best choice here. You’re completely entitled to your opinion, but I can’t see how yet more righteousness and divisiveness is what our country needs.
Brian Morris
Brian Morris 25 dias atrás
My father developed a full body rash even inside his mouth and throat, and began to lose his voice after his third booster. Six months later, he was diagnosed with ALS.
Racmag 3 meses atrás
I didn't really want to get the covid vaccine, however my workplace and college required it at the time. I looked up some of the data that was available at the time, and it looked ok. I was perfectly healthy before the shot, an athlete. 1 month after the 2nd jab I woke up with dry mouth and dry eyes. After some tests, I tested positive for Sjogren's (which is an autoimmune disease that attacks the moisture producing glands of the body). 2 years later my symptoms are slowly getting worse. Everyone was concerned about getting sick and being out of work for a week or two. Now I have a lifelong illness.
Sithwolf 3 meses atrás
Yeah there's a few problems with your story my dude. Namely Sjögren's affects primarily women in their 50s and it's mainly caused by genetics and hormonal imbalances. So unless you're a woman in her 50s suffering from hormonal imbalances on top of having the genetics for the syndrome I'm calling bs on your story.
Racmag 3 meses atrás
@Sithwolf So because you googled that information...your now an expert in deciding what is and what isn't? that seems logical. So here we have a random person on youtube who is now an expert on Sjogren's, more than a rheumatologist, medical doctor and verified bloodwork; I should have went to you first since you are all knowing lol. To be honest with you, whether you believe it or not, isn't really my problem.
Sithwolf 3 meses atrás
@Racmag it's called reading pubmed. Here's a pretty good review of what is currently known about Sjögren's. For example, the prevalence of this syndrome between men and women is actually higher than I expected. This syndrome has 9:1 female to male ratio, making it almost exclusive to women. Sure, I can accept a man being diagnosed but so suddenly and out of the blue? The odds don't make sense. And besides Sjögren's shouldn't have any effect on your athletic lifestyle unless you have the systemic version, and based on your description, you seem to have the oral/ocular dryness version. Edit forgot to post the review. Sorry about that. Negrini, Simone et al. “Sjögren's syndrome: a systemic autoimmune disease.” Clinical and experimental medicine vol. 22,1 (2022): 9-25.
D A 3 meses atrás
​@SithwolfI worked with an active young woman in her twenties who had that disease
Derek Runs Again
Derek Runs Again 4 meses atrás
I suffer from MS and didn't go near the vaccination for this exact reason. Was amazed at how many reasonably intelligent people just blindly followed the narrative.
Keith Hannah
Keith Hannah 4 meses atrás
"Was amazed at how many reasonably intelligent people just blindly followed the narrative" 🤫 So was the pharmaceutical industry! 🤫
Dive 2 Drive
Dive 2 Drive 4 meses atrás
"Was amazed at how many reasonably intelligent people just blindly followed the narrative." ^This
Styracosaurus QVT
Styracosaurus QVT 4 meses atrás
They continue to in many areas. Makes you understand how whole populations went along with the injustices and atrocities of the past, that seem so alien and outlandish to us when we regard those periods in hindsight from our “enlightened” perspective.
Amye Peacock
Amye Peacock 3 meses atrás
I was initially diagnosed with MS in 2010; lived relapse free until my second Covid shot in 2021. I thought I was having a bad reaction to the shot; vision and balance issues. By the second week, I realized this was something more. I spent 3 days in a military hospital in San Antonio. MRI showed flair on one of my brain lesions; steroid infusions everyday.
Jen B
Jen B 3 meses atrás
My husband too! Relapse free for 17 years then after second shot had a relapse.
Camelia Chenaf
Camelia Chenaf 3 meses atrás
Thank you for reporting on this! I'm young, healthy, no genetic family history & had 2 shots of Pfizer and guess what I was diagnosed with today.... MS!!!!!
Teresa Engelhardt
Teresa Engelhardt Mês atrás
Sorry to hear that. 🙏🏼
AgentClaytonWebb 23 dias atrás
Thinking about you! As someone who was able to refuse the jab (not easy) I’m so upset and angry for all of you!
Rada Ra
Rada Ra 2 meses atrás
That's definitely what happened to my father after vaccination in 2021- neuralgia(demyelization) made his days and nights so painful that he couldn't even put on his dresses and sleep and after painful months we found out that he also got thrombosis everywhere at his blood system and after this - the lung cancer. İ lost him in 2022. Vaccinators , be damned
Johnny Tower
Johnny Tower 3 meses atrás
I wasn’t convinced to take a vaccine that hadn’t had long term studies done on it. When it became available and the government put pressure on us to get it I stood my ground as I don’t appreciate coercion I knew it was a gamble but my principles came first. I don’t want to live in a word where you can be forced to do something you’re not happy with I feel better about my decision as time goes on but I worry for my family and friends that got it
Colleen Endersby
Colleen Endersby Mês atrás
I know how you feel, very similar story to mine 💙
Matt Crooke
Matt Crooke 3 meses atrás
Up until May 2021, I was a perfectly healthy 40 something. May 2021, I had my one and only AZ Covid Jab. Beginning of June 2021, i started to lose the feeling in the center section of my body. Diagnosed with Transverse Myelitis. Its July 2023 as I type, and I spend my days with my entire body tingling/buzzing constantly. Endless bouts of feeling incredibly sick and shaking. Numbness on various patches of my body. That jab has utterly wrecked my life, yet because I can still walk, i'm entitled to nothing. Angry doesn't quite cover how I feel.
Lisa Knobel - A Joyful Noise
get to a lyme doctor and get tested for tick born diseases. you may have an underlying infection that could be treated with antibiotics. It's worth looking into.
Ann Mês atrás
Eat lots of raw organic veggies and fruits. These are your medicine
TheAndreacoble 4 meses atrás
I just shared this video with my friend whose daughter was forced to get the vaccine in order to finish her NURSING degree. Just days later, she was crippled by MS! I've written to you about this for over a year. Thank you for your due diligence in sharing this WHO paper. It's a different kind of Memorial Day here in the US.
Hittite Charioteer
Hittite Charioteer 4 meses atrás
Absolutely heartbreaking. All our leaders and all those who perpetrated this atrocity should face a Nuremberg-styled trial 💚🤝🇮🇪☘
Kyle Johnston
Kyle Johnston 4 meses atrás
As heartbreaking as it it. All medical staff should be doing the job "for the greater good." If they can't see what's actually important for the greater good and be prepared to stand up to that. Then they shouldn't be in the job anyway. Every medical practitioner who took these shots iether decided that money was more important than their own life. Or they never possessed the intelligence required to look after their own health never mind anyone else's.
Debra Lunn
Debra Lunn 4 meses atrás
How sorry I am to hear of that... Wish her well from UK 🇬🇧
coo 4 meses atrás
I hope more money goes into ms research. And misdiagnosed people. I hope she's able to function.. I hope she's treated kindly by the medical profession. TC
The Cruising Kiwis
The Cruising Kiwis 4 meses atrás
We are very sorry to hear about your daughter. Wishing her all the very best.
Jade Kenney
Jade Kenney 3 meses atrás
This is so frustrating. I am an ICU nurse with MS. When the vaccine came out, everyone was like are you getting it? Aren't you in immunosuppressive drugs? I said actually until I can see that is proven to not cause relapse I will not. I fought with my employer against vaccination for 2 years and finally won having a permanent exemption. Because there are case study of severe relapse. So glad I am a heath care worker and know how to stand up for myself and to think for myself.
Adam Banks
Adam Banks 3 meses atrás
you're more powerful than all the legions of hell combined, they don't want you to know that 😏
christopher robinson
christopher robinson 3 meses atrás
The MS Society and the NHS recommend vaccination, because infection with SARS-CoV-2 is thought to be a trigger for MS.
Jade Kenney
Jade Kenney 3 meses atrás
@christopherrobinson7541 there are also case study of pretty severe relapse post vaccination. I got covid. Super mild. I haven't had a relapse in 5 years since I was diagnosed so I'm not about to rock the boat as a guinea pig
Denise Kruczyk
Denise Kruczyk 2 meses atrás
​@christopher robinsonagree, but also these can trigger relapses as well. So now you are voluntarily increasing your risk at every shot
Lucy Cerra
Lucy Cerra Mês atrás
My father was one of 5 children. His three brothers were in the Korean War. Two of those three were on the “slower” side and were placed in a different company than the third brother. Those two brothers developed MS, and one of the two had several strokes. The third brother was fine. The interesting part is a woman from the government fought to get my two uncles with MS the highest amount of disability benefits allowed . No other siblings developed MS. I always thought about them being used as guinea pigs even before the pandemic.
Tami Dillon
Tami Dillon 4 meses atrás
Thank you. Thank you for your continued content. I was a very active and healthy 53 yo gal until I got the 1st and 2nd Pfizer jabs. I started having issues immediately (starting with foot pain and was in a walking boot for a year). It took me 6 months to make the temporal relationship. I went on to develop erythromelalgia (per Mayo Clinic, highly correlated to long covid and the vaccine) and then the numbness started in feet and then hands, moving up my body. It took EXTREME self-advocacy and tenacity but I pressed. Vaccines in Feb 2021 and then in March 2023, I was diagnosed with CIDP and being ruled out for MS by 2 different neuro-immunologists. I wonder and believe, actually that this SAME type of mechanism is what caused my issues and ultimately CIDP. I am part of forums with Vaccine injured people w/neurological symptoms and many of us have been diagnosed or are in the process of being diagnosed with Guillain-Barre or it’s chronic companion, CIDP (Chronic Inflammatory Demyelinating Polyneuropathy). I’m watching closely for someone to make this connection and publish a paper. Thank you!
iDestiny 4 meses atrás
I am definitely not unsympathetic to your situation. However, your source of information, in this case, shouldn't be someone like JC. Link or no, or no link, he is cherry-picking statements to suit his narrative, and it is not necessarily aligned to yours. Jabs do have side effects. But the analyses should be done logically and carry scientific merit. Anyone who interprets said finding should do so in an unbiased manner. So if you read the report he presents, you may be Ble to determine what he left out of the video... Hope you find the answers you are looking for...
paul dillon
paul dillon 2 meses atrás
Any links to these forums? I believe my daughter's recent Ms diagnosis at 21 could be caused or worsened by the COVID shot. She also had a reaction which caused fever, seizure and I believe brain inflammation as a baby that could have been the initial cause.
esecallum Mês atrás
6 months. your very slow.
ChessHead Mês atrás
Don't hold your breath waiting for that research! Unfortunately research requires funding and sponsorship.
Mata Kali
Mata Kali 3 meses atrás
I think this happened to me before covid. I got MS symptoms in my 30's. I wondered if it was childhood vaccines, or hep b vax they made me get in school. Either that, or mercury fillings. Luckily yoga saved me!
garyweglarz 4 meses atrás
Along with four people with heart issues, I personally know one person who has been diagnosed with MS and one person diagnosed with ALS both in the immediate post-vaccination period. Both had been completely healthy. That toll of post-vaccine injury is out of a relatively small group of family and friends. This criminal behavior has left me with NO FAITH WHATSOEVER in the larger medical community. Thank you Dr. Campbell for helping restore some of my faith in humanity.
Brandon Sandlin
Brandon Sandlin 4 meses atrás
My wife was diagnosed with ALS a few months after a single dose. It took a while to get diagnosed.
Karen Truscelli
Karen Truscelli 4 meses atrás
David Stukins
David Stukins 4 meses atrás
@Brandon Sandlin Shit! I’m so sorry.
Jon Sweitzer
Jon Sweitzer 4 meses atrás
My MS disease activity was stable for 8 years on the DMT I take daily. My neurologist told me that I was in the high risk category for extreme results should I get Covid 19. My wife and I weighed it out, and with some reluctance chose to take my neurologists advice. Not long after the second vaccine dose my MS symptoms began to worsen, and I have been in a steady decline since. There WAS a NIH report of people with MS having the same experience that I have, but..I cannot locate it now on the internet. Before getting the Covid 19 vaccine I could walk an amusement park. It would wipe me out and exacerbate my symptoms, but I could do it and just needed to recover. I just had to buy a scooter because a grocery store trip wipes me out. My balance is poor. Cognition worse. I could go on. I wish I never listened to my neuro and never got the Covid 19 vaccine.
Linda Davis
Linda Davis Mês atrás
Thank you so much for speaking up! I've spoken to my doctors of symptoms and was completely ignored, dismissed. Now that I know, I know how to focus on stabilizing and somewhat healing as best I can. God bless you.
Gabriele Halley
Gabriele Halley Mês atrás
That is just absolutely mind-blowing and so sad to go to the commons and to realize how many people I've been adversely affected and nothing's being done about this everyday I ask why how could we let it get so far
Betty Varone
Betty Varone 2 meses atrás
I had a patient when I worked for doctors years ago who claimed the first polio vaccine we received as children caused herself and many young adults to get MS, so maybe some people are more susceptible to MS from certain vaccines than others.
Trevor Stephenson
Trevor Stephenson 2 meses atrás
I attended the funeral of an ex work colleague and friend 2 months ago who died from MS diagnosed the year before-he was fit before taking the jab as a 69 year old-i was so shocked and saddened as hre kept it from us-there are criminal acts being perpetrated by people that should be protecting us!!-Thanks Dr Campbell for putting your head above the parapet in keeping us informed!❤
Old Hollywood Briar
Old Hollywood Briar 4 meses atrás
Nice of them to finally start admitting what they’ve done. I have a lot of friends with Auto Immune problems after the stab.
James M
James M 4 meses atrás
What kind of problems have you heard from them?
JD83 4 meses atrás
My gf brother came out in terrible hives and sores all down this left arm a week after the jab. Doctors and dermatologists had no idea what it was. 6 months later he was diagnosed with severe psoriatic arthritis. He has never had any skin or joint problems his entire life. Anecdotal, yes. Possible coincidence, yes. Linked to the jab, I would argue likely.
Kai Wolfy
Kai Wolfy 2 meses atrás
Ive had MS for 23 years. The vaccine didnt make it better or worse so far i very much hope it stays that way. Thank you so much for the video.
Elisabeth1903 Mês atrás
You got the placebo.
Ryan McKay
Ryan McKay 3 meses atrás
I almost lost my job as a health care practitioner. We were able to get exemption. Thank God! Due to understaffed situation they did not want to fire us.
Ima Beardsley
Ima Beardsley 3 meses atrás
I also felt pressure and fear… I caved and received the Moderna. I have massive muscle pain, numbness and tingling in my arms/hands/feet, extreme stiffness, and what feels like spinal and lower back pain. What’s really strange is that I hear my body cracking and creaking when I get out of bed. Makes me wonder how I’ve been affected.
My New Journey
My New Journey Mês atrás
I got moderna and have the same symptoms. 2 years later. Ive decided to go keto to bring down inflammation
Guin DeGeere
Guin DeGeere 3 dias atrás
I also have every symptom you mention and thr cracking is horrible! 😢 I got the Moderna as well.
My New Journey
My New Journey 3 dias atrás
I’m also starting to work out again. Ive got nothing to lose.
Julie Denton
Julie Denton 12 horas atrás
Well done for your amazing work Dr, keep spreading the truth 👏
Jonathan Girard
Jonathan Girard Mês atrás
I’m from Quebec Canada . I’m a 42 years old personal trainer . I’m very fit and always took great care in my health. Here where I live we basically had no choice to get vax or else we could not exist . Im so mad
Free Spirit With Nature
We're in Ontario and said no,despite losing our jobs in healthcare. I have never been so happy to have stood my ground in my life. I did get covid in 2023 and mild despite having had pneumonia before. I have autoimmune disease, and I was tired for a week and lots of phlegm. I did take Paxlovid because once I felt the weight on my chest, I knew I was getting pneumonia. It did help me ,but I've had bacterial pneumonia before, and it was so painful, but I didn't do badly. I do take D3 and K2. We shouldn't ever be forced into anything. But I believe I saw Dr Geert Vanden Bossche in time,along with Bret Weinstein Darkhorse Podcast. Hope you're ok.
5060northernmama 18 dias atrás
yes, you have a choice. There is no requirement in Canada to take vacinnes.
Em K Ultra
Em K Ultra 4 meses atrás
I have MS, diagnosed in 2013. When the plandem started, itv had a Professor of the morning tv programme (Angus Dalglish) He stated he was hugely concerned about anyone already having autoimmune conditions taking the so called remedy. He helped me stick to my gut feeling of avoiding at all costs. He then went on to be censored with his claims. Thank You Prof , you were morally correct in sharing your concerns.
Pottenger's Human
Pottenger's Human 4 meses atrás
Some extended fasting can help a great deal with your MS and any 'new' autoimmune issues people experience. Some benefits of doing occasional extended fasting: High blood pressure is lowered to normal levels very quickly while fasting. Fibrosis/scarring is reversed over time. Fasting increases nitric oxide release. Fasting restores NAD+ to healthy levels. Vitamin D plasma levels are increased as fasting improves metabolic health, and vitamin D in turn increases autophagy. Stomach acid is reduced over time while fasting and can allow for the healing of treatment resistant ulcers, but some patients may need continued acid reducation medication while fasting. Blood clotting is reduced and blood clots and arterial plaque are reabsorbed into the body. Fasting stimulates phagocytosis, the ingestion of bacteria, plaques and viruses by the immune system. It will also remove any 'foreign material' that is not supposed to be there. Fasts from 36-96 h increase metabolic rate due to norepinephrine release! After 72 hours or more fasted, your body recycles up to 1/3 of all immune bodies, rejuvenating your entire immune system. Fasting can help with MS, Depression, BPD, Autism and seizures. Fasting reduces pain and anxiety by stimulating the endocannabinoid system in a similar way to CBD oil. Thymus is regenerated, which suppresses aging and renews the immune system. The thymus also plays a vital role in fighting cancer. Weight loss from daily caloric restriction has 1/4 to 1/3 of the weight lost as lean tissue while many studies show fat loss from 36 h fasts without losing any lean tissue! The hunger hormone ghrelin also lowers with extended fasting and rises from dieting. Blood sugar and insulin are lowered, allowing white blood cells to move more freely throughout the body and do their job. Some viruses activate glycolosis (the release of sugar in the body) and clinically it has been shown that decreasing glucose metabolism in the body weakens the influenza virus. When you move out of MTOR your body shuts down the building blocks of the cell which are used to produce organelles and proteins. This means the mechanisms needed by viruses to replicate are by and large unavailable when you are in a deeply fasted state. What breaks a fast? Anything with protein or carbohydrates in it will break a fast. Most teas and herbs are OK. Most supplements and meds will either break ketosis directly or contain a filler that will. Many meds are dangerous to take while fasting. Does fasting lower testosterone? No, it raises it when the fast is broken by increasing lutenizing hormone. Fasting also increases insulin sensitivity, which helps with muscle building. Fasts of 36-96 will not affect short term female fertility or affect menstrual cycle. They also may increase long term fertility, especially in women with PCOS. The hormone Leptin is an immunomodulator that keeps the body from attacking itself and obesity causes leptin resistance. Fasting very quickly reduces leptin resistance and leptin levels and one day of fasting can cut your leptin levels in half and gets your immune system working properly again! Does the body preferentially prefer glucose as a fuel? No, except for brief periods of very intense exercise, your body mainly burns fats in the form of free fatty acids. Your brain also prefers to burn ketones at a rate of around 2.5 to 1 when they are available in equal quantity to glucose. Fasting stimulates the AMPK complex and activates autophagy. Autophagy (literally self eating) will cause cells to recycle foreign matter such as viruses and kill cancerous and senescent cells When not in ketosis, the brain can only burn carbohydrate, which produces a great deal of damaging ROS the brain has to deal with. It increases mitochondrial function and repairs mitichondrial DNA, leading to improved ATP production and oxygen efficiency and thereby making cells better able to fight off infection. Increased mitochondrial function also has the added benefit of increasing your metabolism and cancer prevention! Fasting also releases BDNF and NGF in the blood which stimulates new nerve and brain cell growth. This can help a great deal with diseases like MS, peripheral neuropathy and Alzheimers. In fact, the biochemical regulator of BDNF production is beta-hydroxybutyrate, which is the same ketone the body produces to nourish the brain while fasting. Fasting also increases telomere length, negating some of the effects of aging at a cellular level. When you fast, this stimulates apoptosis in senescent or genetically damaged cells, destroying them. Senescent cells are responsible for many of the effects of aging and are a root cause of the development of cancer. A fasting mimicking diet for 3-5 days in a row also provides many of the same benefits as water fasting. FMD usually has 200-800 calories, under 18 g of protein and extremely low carbs. Exogenous ketones can aid with fasting, making it easier in healthy people and allowing some people with specific issues to fast in spite of them without worrying as much about hypoglycemia. Children, pregnant or nursing women should not fast for periods longer than 16 hours. People with pancreatic tumors or certain forms of hypoglycemia generally cannot fast at all. Type 1 diabetics can also fast but it is more complicated and should be approached with caution as it could lead to ketoacidosis. Those with Addison's disease may also be unable to fast without liberal use of exogenous ketones, depending on severity. If you experience extreme symptoms of some kind, especially dizziness then simply break the fast and seek advice. Resources: This list compiled over years of research by the user known as Pottenger's Human on youtube but feel free to copy and paste this anywhere you like, no accreditation needed! My channel which will always contain an updated version of this list of fasting benefits on the community tab. I also have playlists on fasting and health topics.
Antti Virkkunen
Antti Virkkunen 4 meses atrás
He specifically warned of neurological autoimmune diseases, bc vaxx spike contains protein sequence identical to myelin (main polypeptide in neural tissue)
Bun Blanche
Bun Blanche 4 meses atrás
​@Pottenger's Human thank you so much for this info. I have no. 2 diabetes and a thyroid deficiency, but am willing to try fasting, say one day a week - is this sensible?
Pottenger's Human
Pottenger's Human 4 meses atrás
@Bun Blanche Yes, that's a very good start! Just don't take insulin or other diabetic meds while fasting.
Just Jersey
Just Jersey 3 meses atrás
I like many others in the comments also have MS. When I was able to work, I worked in the medical field. I was just about tobstart PA school when my body started to show symptoms. As soon as COVID became a thing I started studying it. I am not vaxed. Prior to COVID I had a conversation with my neurologist about vaccines. He wanted me to get the flu shot. I explained that we only have a vaccine for things we know how we get and know how to cure. So, why would I take a shot that could potentially prevent the "regular flu"? Because, if I get sick my immune system can't fight it. I only want to be sick with something doctors know. Taking any vaccine puts me at risk of a mutated strain that doctors don't know how to help me with. Kinda like COVID itself. That being said I have had COVID twice. I was considered "high risk" and I am still here. Never even went near a hospital for the same fear. Catching something doctors didn't know how to handle. No thank you. VERY glad I didn't get it and discouraged others to get it. Maybe, it will save others from living with this. On the bright side, knowing a cause, could mean we are 1 step closer to cure for MS!
SatumainenOlento Mês atrás
Yes! Covid is bringing much hope for increased research to illnesses which previously nobody funded. So positive!
Dorothy Snyder
Dorothy Snyder Mês atrás
@justjersey. Maybe try an antiparasitic. They know that a lot of times people with MS have parasites.
Rich Vid
Rich Vid Mês atrás
@Dorothy Snyder LOL where do hear nonsense like that
Runnerduck60 3 meses atrás
Thanks John, as ever our family so appreciates your steady explanations and you bringing this information to us. So glad to finally have some confirmed results and truth shone on the terrifying human experiment these MNRA vaccines have turn out to be. So sad to read these comments.
daddyshoneygirl USA
daddyshoneygirl USA 20 dias atrás
Thank you for your honest efforts in exposing vaccine injuries. In 2014 I got a flu shot, shortly after I developed small fiber neuropathy, both sensory and autonomic (including POTS symptoms) confirmed via skin punch biopsy (gold standard). I also developed Hashimoto's Thyroiditis, confirmed by autoantibodies, and a "ratty" thyroid ultrasound as well as low thyroid hormone levels. I point blank asked my Neurologist if this could be caused by the vaccine, she said she had never heard of that cause, BUT never reported to VAERS. I was coerced into the flu shot for my job as a Medical Sales Representative (Capital Equipment), for clearance onto hospitals. It is time for the medical community and the general public to recognize the possible adverse effects of vaccines.
Sarah Zitzmann
Sarah Zitzmann 3 meses atrás
My Grandma had MS but was doing ok. She died soon after getting the vaccine😪❤️‍🩹✝️🙏🏼RIP Grandma I miss you
MsChimerical 2 meses atrás
Sorry for your loss. Same with my mother 😞
Patti Day
Patti Day Mês atrás
moronic colonic
moronic colonic 24 dias atrás
Much love sent
Justine Camille
Justine Camille 4 meses atrás
I was bullied and guilted into getting the clot shot in 2021 (brother in-law died of Covfefe and almost lost a few more people on my husband's side). It make me sicker than I've ever been for about 24 hours. It was awful. I got temprary neuropathy in my arms and the tip of my nose, lasting about a year. Thanks to exercise and detoxing, I can say that my health is back to normal. However, I will NEVER allow anyone to bully me into a health decision ever again.
gorillas B large
gorillas B large 4 meses atrás
Can you go in to any detail of your detox?
Robert 4 meses atrás
i will never allow it again either
ali3nbab3 :_3
ali3nbab3 :_3 4 meses atrás
Keep exercising no deodorant sit in a sauna
Beth P
Beth P 4 meses atrás
About 4 years ago, my young adult daughter was feeling run down. Her lab work showed traces of Mono. So clearly (sarc), the doctor thought she needed a flu shot and she also got her first HPV shot. Within hours, her feet were burning and she had trouble walking. She went back to the doctor within a day or two, the doctor apparently didn't know what happened. She had trouble walking for five days. I'm glad she made the decision to not see that doctor again.
Paula Mieczkowski
Paula Mieczkowski 4 meses atrás
I’m 71 had all vaccines and my ms has been progressed rapidly since. Everyone around me encouraged me to get vaccinated including docs and many nurses. I’ve had visiting nurses for ulcers on my leg for many yrs.
Motif Music Studios
Motif Music Studios 2 meses atrás
Thank you for your work to research and explain. This is tough to hear, but important.
ethny jane
ethny jane 3 meses atrás
Thank you good man! Rest easy your words are heard and shared. Your impact is greater than it may feel! ❤
Christina Harris
Christina Harris 3 meses atrás
As a person with ms, I’ve always been curious about the effect of this specific jab or any other one specifically on people with ms.
Brian theSnail
Brian theSnail 4 meses atrás
I am a biochemist and have an autoimmune condition which affects my nervous system. I did not of course know the exact mechanism but I was very concerned as soon as I saw the mRNA vaccines that they could induce a widespread immune response in all tissues that could affect my condition. At the very least, it was clear to me that we had not completed Phase 3 trials and we did not know exactly how the immune system would interact with these vaccines. Thank you John for bringing this to our attention. I am slightly amazed it even got published.
Kristine Glapa
Kristine Glapa 4 meses atrás
did you warn others of the information you had?
Brian theSnail
Brian theSnail 4 meses atrás
Yes from the very beginning of the vaccine drive here in the UK I was talking to everyone I came into contact with. One man in particular I strongly advised him not dissuade his young adult son of having the vaccine as he played soccer and we had already seen young men collapse on sports field. He also had a relative that had died of kidney failure for no apparent reason but began immediately after being forced to have the vaccine by his employer.
Anas B.
Anas B. 4 meses atrás
I have a similar condition. My neurologist was insisting that I should get injected because covid may kill me lol glad I didn't 😅
sato AU
sato AU 4 meses atrás
greetings fellow biochemist! i was astonished at the number of my colleagues who were unconcerned that trials for the vaccine had been rushed or skipped entirely, and these same people who clearly said they had accepted that standard testing had not been done much later would argue that the vaccine had been tested and found safe. the few i had email evidence to show that they themselves had said it hadn't been fully tested would just wave it off. one of the biggest shocks to me of this whole saga was how many scientists were willing to just completely sidestep what they knew about how important the protocols were, many while still following those protocols in their daily work in the lab. not just with the vaccine either, it was so alarming. intelligent knowledgeable people went from "of course masks don't do anything against respiratory viruses that's why we have the suits. masks are for fluid spatter nothing more." to "masks absolutely stop viruses from spreading." it wasn't just mindless repetition either, they'd say it while closing windows and insisting meetings be held in small closed rooms. they really believed it.
janice fisher
janice fisher 3 meses atrás
my husband has just started showing symptoms of MS but as of yet the GPs are poopooing it. He got Pancreatitis in early 2022, 3 days after a covid jab spending 13 days in hospital. They also poopooed the connection there too. He's having an MRI scan in a couple of weeks so hopefully that will give us some answers. So glad I stumbled across this video by accident whilst looking up the video on world excess deaths.
Reckless Rodent
Reckless Rodent 2 meses atrás
I know someone who also nearly died of pancreatitis out-of-the-blue straight after the koof - he will not admit it's related.
C'est moi
C'est moi 2 meses atrás
Thank you so much for your work, Dr. Campbell. 💛
Sandra Phillips
Sandra Phillips Mês atrás
As I stated a couple of months ago, an MRI after earlier Covid vaccinations and later strange headaches, usually during sleep, showed marked spread of white matter in my entire brain which was interpreted as MS. I think at 73 years of age I am too old to develop the disease, but my doctor simply said I am one of the lucky who have it with no symptoms. Hmmmm!! Now you have me wondering. My mother had it , but I know it isn't genetic.
Yossi Bar-Negev
Yossi Bar-Negev 4 meses atrás
Thank you so much, Dr. John for reporting on this important paper. Reading through the comments section is indeed shocking. 😢
iDestiny 4 meses atrás
Did you read the report on the vid? If not, why not? If you did, are there any points JC left out?
Bob Le Clair
Bob Le Clair 3 meses atrás
Well , Dr. John , the fact checkers said your video was false ,but I think I got it out by hitting the share button twice, keep up the good work. We appreciate you, thank you Doctor
Verna Kingston
Verna Kingston 4 meses atrás
If the WHO is admitting this it must be very very common. It’s very frightening.
Jeremy Keller
Jeremy Keller 4 meses atrás
Not necessarily
Dr. Evin Fox
Dr. Evin Fox 4 meses atrás
Actually the WHO is NOT admitting this.
Pj J
Pj J 4 meses atrás
​@Jeremy Keller oh do tell ?
The Anonymous Housewife
The first global neurological review of COVID 19 talked about the connection between vaccinations and a generalized immune system overreaction that can cause neurological damage of different kinds, but several months later it was edited to remove that part. It was similar to the overreaction of the immune system that causes SARS. Basically, it indicates that vaccinations can cause an excessive response in certain individuals and is BIG news. We're hearing nothing about this in the US. wink wink Thank you for the report. I had covid before the vaccines were available, about the same time it hit the news. It swept me off of my feet and felt just like an MS flareup. No fever. No cough. Just weakness and breathlessness. It mimicked one of the worst MS episodes ever. It even took about the same length of time to rehabilitate afterward as a neurological assault. I've had all the vaccines and not one of them flared it up.
Squirrely Shirley
Squirrely Shirley 3 meses atrás
That was my experience with COVID. No idea that that is what MS feels like. Crazy
Lucy Swann's Unsafe Space
@Squirrely Shirley That's not what MS generally feels like. It's neurological; not pulmonary (unless the nerves being bombarded are the pulmonary nerves). It attacks everyone differently. That's what HER MS feels like. For others a flare can mimic a stroke, paralyze legs/arms/throat. It honestly varies and while there are many commonalities between ALL patients; there are just as many differences. Fatigue, heat sensitivity, numbness/tingling in extremities are the most common amongst us all though and are usually very early stage MS and what contributes to medical professionals finding the lesions/scar tissue in brain and on spinal cord.
Gail Smith
Gail Smith Mês atrás
God bless you, Dr John Campbell, for continuing to keep us informed.
Krystyna Hilleprandt
Hello from Germany! I've been following your channel for quite a bit now. I would like to thank you for your excellent work to bring clarity and science into health related topics! Recently I saw your video about a OTC pill that could boost Immunity. Could you please tell me when&where this pill will be available? Thanks a lot in advance.Best Regards , Kristina
Cherryparfait41 Mês atrás
I am so sorry for all who have fallen as sacrificial lambs for this. They don’t care. Keep speaking out and I wish you the best possible. We need to be able to refuse without being cast outs.
John Roney
John Roney 24 dias atrás
Dear Dr Campbell, I had MS since I was about 20, now almost 40. I had very few ms problems until 2020 and 2021 after getting covid a couple of times (never saw the logic in the va x for me so I never signed up for it.) In the Fall of 2020 I was doing food and package deliveries 12-13 hours a day--tons of walking and jogging and driving but then today after a few bouts with covid I can only walk about 10-20 feet, assisted, and and have vision and mental degradation as well, and cannot do much work at all, even on the computer, hopefully awaiting disability income one day Lord willing. Thank you for sharing all your information and letting me share some MS history since 2020. God bless all. :..)
Richard James
Richard James 4 meses atrás
Thank you. A former girlfriend who had MS died in August 2022 from MS complications. She originally was diagnosed around 30 years ago and it was under control for at least 20 years. She received the mRNA vaccine and soon afterwards became progressively worse.
Leigh Napier
Leigh Napier 4 meses atrás
I’m so very sorry. It’s criminal.
Raymond Greenwood
Raymond Greenwood 4 meses atrás
Sorry to hear that
white5mage 4 meses atrás
This v really is effective at unaliving ppl.
Ruthi Ruthhausen
Ruthi Ruthhausen 4 meses atrás
A friend of mine has the same Problems!
Jim Schaffroth
Jim Schaffroth 4 meses atrás
I blindly accepted the vaccine. Ive had strange symptoms since. I have a hard time trying to understand if its from the vaccine, just a normal part of aging, or all in my head. Since i live in America and our healthcare is based on profit and not actually care, i can't get any answers. Im amazed at this doctor's genuine interest and passion for finding answers. You people are lucky .
iDestiny 4 meses atrás
Sorry to hear of your complications. Just out of curiosity, did you read the report discussed in video? If you didn't, just curious why not?
lumenking 3 meses atrás
Even my foolish parents took it because they believed the Science and the Media. They are way smart then me but couldn't see through the bs.
rev sher
rev sher 4 meses atrás
I also have Myasthenia Gravis. There was no way anyone could’ve talked me into that shot. My immune system is already compromised. The last thing I wanted was trigger the MG symptoms. I was afraid to risk taking that shot.
Sue-Lynn Gr
Sue-Lynn Gr 22 dias atrás
I wish you were my doctor, Dr. Campbell. You are awesome. Thank you for your direct and honest reporting. ♥
airman leaders
airman leaders 3 meses atrás
So I was diagnosed with MS 8 months after receiving the Covid Pfizer shot. I do not fit any of the MS criteria otherwise. I was currently serving in the military at the time but was forced to retire after my diagnosis. If you have any questions I will gladly share my case with you. Even the ER doc started to pin it on the vaccine but stated he would be ostracized if he spoke out about it.
Mariam Gweely
Mariam Gweely 2 meses atrás
Hello Please tell me more about your symptoms and how you’re managing them
Eric 3 meses atrás
The FACT that everyone is a little different biologically, AND THEREFORE each person must figure out what their vulnerabilities are, and then, do it for their kids. And teach those kids to be able to READ AND UNDERSTAND phrases like *"both natural infection and TO A MUCH LOWER EXTENT, the mRNA based vaccinations can be accompanied by transients autoimmune phenomena or onset of auto immune diseases"* because that is what the report actually says,
User 6547fhyy
User 6547fhyy 3 meses atrás
Don't let the facts get in the way of a good story Eric... Here's another one " last week the WHO put out a release "
Paul Sanchez
Paul Sanchez 2 meses atrás
Teach them things like revenge.
StephB 4 meses atrás
My mother was finally diagnosed with MS in the 80s. She told me she believed it was triggered by the Swine flu vaccine. I had been in line awaiting that jab in 1976 but, thankfully, I panicked and ran. I later remembered her saying this and this was one personal reason for my covid Vax refusal. I'm also thankful mom died in 2018 and God spared her from the nightmare of these past few years
TVY2013 4 meses atrás
Could well have been... There's been ample research linking v...s to MS well before this latest injection, especially the Hep B ...V
Tery Wetherlow
Tery Wetherlow 4 meses atrás
2 different gals I worked with dropped & gone after '76 vaxx. Rip
My Charmed Unicorn
My Charmed Unicorn 4 meses atrás
My Father, who is 79 years old, almost died from the swine flu shot. My Mother became very ill from it also. Thank God they didnt give it to kids. I was 13 and my brother 11. And crazy thing is my Dad will be the first one in line for any shot. He got the J&J shots, 2 a year apart. He either hasnt had Covid or it was like a head cold. It has been a year since his last c19 jab. He asked me the other day if he should get another kind. I said absolutely not if you care about living.
Elena Ugarte
Elena Ugarte 4 meses atrás
@TVY2013 I suspiciously developed MS in my late 30s following a Hep B Vax. Same principle Dr Campbell explains here, the proteins in the vax are very similar to the myelin ones and the immune system gets confused
Just Carrie
Just Carrie 4 meses atrás
I was dx'd with ms in 2011. Symptoms started two weeks after having my first and only flu shot (swine flu). I was told that I had to get one for my job. I was a pharmacy technician for wal gree ns. Cures don't make money. Patients do.
Bonnie Griffin
Bonnie Griffin 4 meses atrás
I am a radiology tech. I have always thought there was a correlation with being a rad tech for many years and getting MS. I've witnessed 4 fellow techs become strickened with it over my 40 year career. I'm now afraid I have it. I have most of the known symptoms. Being in Healthcare, I had to get the Covid-19 vaccine or lose my job. So although ive had MS symptoms before the vaccine, i seem to have a lot more pronounced ones following the vaccines. Thank you so much for this video!
iDestiny 3 meses atrás
Sorry to hear of your situation.... For a while there, radiology techs had higher incidence of blood cancers - for obvious reasons... But I must admit, hadn't heard of the MS angle. Must look into that one.
Paora G
Paora G 3 meses atrás
Kia kaha. I see a similar patent in my frequently injected military colleagues. May be its all the injections accumulated not the radiography? Blessings.
S N Mês atrás
I don’t have MS, but 3 other autoimmune diseases (Multiple Autoimmune diseases). What messed up my immune system was the 2009 combination vaccine swine flue and seasonal flu. After what I have experienced with that vaccine I decided not to take any Covid-19 or any seasonal fly vaccines.
Elias Pierson
Elias Pierson 3 meses atrás
A close friend of our family died 3 weeks after getting the vaccine and she was very healthy and in her mid thirties.
christopher robinson
christopher robinson 3 meses atrás
n = 1
Cynthia English
Cynthia English 20 dias atrás
Thank you for the update! Always appreciate your knowledge.
knot wool
knot wool 4 meses atrás
I am currently being evaluated for MS. Before the vaccine, I was an active and physically strong Registered nurse. I first developed bursitis and frozen shoulder the day after the 2nd one and a few months later, developed arm weakness and chest tightness (aka MS hug). I thought I was just getting out of shape but a few months later, I developed severe painful peripheral neuropathy in all my extremities. My initial MRI showed lesions in my cervical spine but no new changes to the later MRIs. I still have weakness and constant pain & numbness which limits me terribly and it’s difficult to walk and do chores. I ended up leaving my job to work in infection control which is much easier on the body. This is the one good thing that has come out of all this (I truly love my job now). I’m 52 and MS is usually diagnosed in those under 40 and only about 3.4% are diagnosed after 50 so it is very suspicious. Hopefully this is just an acute case of myelitis and not chronic MS. My symptoms affect my life a great deal. I’ve always been so healthy and never saw myself as someone who could be so debilitated. I pray every day that this doesn’t get worse. Thank you for all you do, Dr. Campbell for always seeking the truth and sharing what you know with others.
Kristin Isenberg
Kristin Isenberg 4 meses atrás
I had a lot of similar symptoms post vaccine and I did PT, saw a chiropractor, and really started watching my diet. Very clean, anti-inflammatory foods. No processed foods. Lots of detoxification. It took over a year but I was pretty much back to where I was pre-vaccine. I had to do a lot of stretching shortly after I woke up though so I could move. I hope this helps.
Val O
Val O 4 meses atrás
What helped me with frozen shoulder was deep tissue massage with a PT who had experience of treating the condition. I tried all sorts of remedies, chiropractor, physiotherapy etc but only the correct massage techniques to loosen the area gave any kind of relief. I will pray for you & so sorry this happened to you.
knot wool
knot wool 4 meses atrás
⁠@Kristin Isenberg I couldn’t agree more with having a healthy lifestyle. I’ve been a vegetarian since my 20s & plant based vegan since my late 30s and I always wonder if I didn’t eat this way, would I be worse? I do notice that symptoms decrease when I do intermittent fasting and interestingly, this is the one thing recommended for MS symptoms. I do have decreased GI motility & difficulty swallowing so I am having gastric emptying and swallow studies in the near future. It’s hard to eat sometimes when the food stays in your stomach and I often throw up. Lost a significant amount of weight. Good thing I have peasant ancestry which has survived famines or I’d be losing weight even faster. I’m still pretty thin though. Thank you for your kind words. :)
knot wool
knot wool 4 meses atrás
@Val O Massages are great, they help so much. I also had PT for 1 1/2 years and I still don’t have full range of motion. I’ve been doing acupuncture which is expensive but has surprisingly helped quite a bit. The past 2 years have been one heck of a journey. Trying to appreciate every good thing because it can be taken away so quickly. Thank you.
Sue Whicker
Sue Whicker 4 meses atrás
Wishing you all the best ❤
Doug InOrlando
Doug InOrlando Mês atrás
There are many other serious issues for every issue they’ve finally admitted so far.
Linda Tucs
Linda Tucs Mês atrás
Thank God I chose not to vaccinate just the look of it was scary 😮thank you Doctor ❤
Andrea 3 meses atrás
Finally someone talks about the vaccine and autoimmune diseases. I am this victim... After two shots of astra zeneca, I got sick... Severe backpain, siffness, headaches.... It turned out I have Ankylos. spondylitis.
Monte D
Monte D Mês atrás
It angers me that my Doctors were pushing the jab so early, when I had questions about how it would affect my MS. Their answer was "we ESPECIALLY recommend that people with MS get it."
Adam Freihaut
Adam Freihaut 3 meses atrás
I have MS, had Covid twice, and refused the jab. It was hard, but I do not regret it one iota. There wasn't enough data to justify taking the vaccine, and upon further research, found too many contraindications between my current MS medication and the Covid vaccine.
Dennis Schweitzer
Dennis Schweitzer 4 meses atrás
It’s frightening to think of how many pathological conditions will arise over the coming years and decades. It’s like a ticking time bomb for humanity
Kristine Glapa
Kristine Glapa 4 meses atrás
yes it's horrid
Geoff Roberts
Geoff Roberts 4 meses atrás
As it was meant to be I'm beginning to think
MeaslesPlease 4 meses atrás
Good. I hate a lot of them.
deborah gordon
deborah gordon Mês atrás
I have heard thoughts by certain scientists who attribute cases of MS to childhood "vaccines" going back years. I can't remember where these articles are now, but being an MS sufferer, I would be very interested in your opinion of this, Dr Campbell
kareen macleod
kareen macleod 3 meses atrás
I suffered a lot from 1st first shot but went on to have my 2nd which were both astazenaca.After having a pfizer booster i had an almighty pain in my back and suffered to walk for 48hrs.Luckily it passed but now have severe tingling & numbness in my hands.
Nicola Pratt
Nicola Pratt Mês atrás
I have a best friend who got fully vaccinated and was diagnosed with Ms back in April 2023😢,thankyou for doing these informative videos🙏
Sheila Gallagher
Sheila Gallagher 4 meses atrás
Thank you, Dr. Campbell. I am so grateful for the information you provide. I’ve learned so much and your honesty and integrity are above board. I can’t believe they are continuing to push the vaccine and boosters and want to vaccinate children going to school. I am afraid for my family some of whom were vaccinated. This is very disheartening stuff🙏🙏
stoutz 4 meses atrás
Its only disheartening until you learn Campbell is lying. Don't let him take advantage of you.
Garth Dryland
Garth Dryland 4 meses atrás
@stoutz yup he's lying his ass off. What a way to end a Career
J K 4 meses atrás
@stoutz What is the Covid-related mortality for non-elderly persons with no comorbidities??
stoutz 4 meses atrás
@J K about 1 in 5 covid deaths have no comorbidities. Take the local covid mortality rates by age from wherever you live and roughly 20% of those will be your answer.
J K 4 meses atrás
@stoutz Try again with actual data.
marion k
marion k 3 meses atrás
I have had the 3 Pfizer shots plus a flue shorty, all in required succession due to my job, since then over a period of approximately 6 months I’ve had flare ups of bone pain, and just recently been diagnosed with Graves’ disease which triggered hyperactive thyroid, this is an autoimmune disease so I’ve learnt! I’m convinced that the shots triggered all of this, even before diagnosis I felt different, hard to explain, but the symptoms of graves distracted me for awhile with extreme unexplained weight loss and shaking, anxiety and fatigue. And to top it all off I now have a prolapsed bladder, can’t have anaesthesia for a knee operation due to the complications that can arise, all this within the last few months, before all this I had a very active lifestyle juggling work and full on with the grandkids, now I’ve lost all motivation, last week I heard that another work mate has also been diagnosed with hyperactive thyroid as well, would this be a coincidence or what?
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