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COVID natural Immunity is most likely better than vaccination immunity- literature review by Masterjohn - Oct 2021

Natural Immunity Vs. Vaccination

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Disclaimer: I am not a medical doctor and this is not medical advice. My goal is to empower you with information. I will not take a position on whether you should or should not get vaccinated. Please make this decision yourself, consulting sources you trust, including a caring health care professional. 

What provides better protection against COVID, natural immunity, or vaccination?

When asking this question, we should step back and ask why we are asking it.

I am not posing the question to ask whether we should go out and deliberately contract COVID. I believe, instead, we should protect ourselves from COVID.

The main reason we ask this question is because we want to know whether people who have already gotten COVID need to get vaccinated in order to obtain a similar level of immunity obtained by people who have gotten vaccinated but have never gotten infected. Stepping further back, there are two reasons we could be asking this:

  1. If I've had COVID, can I make myself more immune than I already am by getting vaccinated?
  2. If we assume that anyone who gets infected can spread COVID, do we need to force everyone who has had COVID already to get vaccinated so they can enter a public place, keep their job, or otherwise participate in society, to stop them from spreading it?

If we are asking this question for the first reason, then we want high-quality, well-controlled, cause-and-effect data. We want to have a strong idea of what the vaccine would do within us to boost our own immunity if we take it. We are after the biological fact of what it is doing.

If we are asking this question for the second reason, as in evaluating the rationale for vaccine mandates, we do not want highly controlled data. We want fully confounded data. We want to know if we take random people off the street, are those who have had COVID but haven't gotten vaccinated any more or less dangerous to be around than those who haven't had COVID but have gotten vaccinated? The bouncer at the restaurant isn't going to use some sophisticated statistical analysis and has no need to understand biology. The bouncer is trying to filter out the safe people from the dangerous people.

Let's try to tackle this from both perspectives.

How I Selected the Data

I searched pubmed, biorxiv, medrxiv, and SSRN for peer-reviewed papers and preprints* that compared the infection risk of unvaccinated people who have had COVID to vaccinated people who haven't had COVID. I excluded studies that looked just at antibodies, T cells, or other markers of immunity. Since none of these have been validated as predictors of infection risk across the populations we are concerned with (everyone who has or hasn't had COVID and everyone who has or hasn't been vaccinated), these can only help us explain what we observe in infection risk, or help us hypothesize something about infection risk. They don't actually tell us the infection risk. So I focused exlcusively on studies that tell us the difference in infection risk, and I found nine of them.

The Clinical Trials (Pre-Delta)

Although randomized controlled trials (RCTs) are the gold standard of cause-and-effect evidence, for our question even the RCTs are just observational studies. This is because the vaccine trials randomized vaccination, but didn't randomize previous COVID infection.

The two trials that reported infection risk for vaccination and previous infection separately were the Pfizer trial and the Astrazeneca trials. Both of them were done before the delta variant took hold, and both of them appear to have defined previous infection based simply on a baseline blood sample that tested positive for nucleocapsid antibodies. These are antibodies that you make to natural infection, but not to vaccination. In both cases, people only got PCR tests if they had COVID symptoms. So we can't separate out getting infected from becoming a symptomatic case.

In both cases, we have no idea how long before the trial the previous infections were. We just know that previously infected people were infected at some point during the pandemic. Many of the natural infections could have been 9-12 months old by the time people experienced subsequent infections. We also don't know how many of the natural infections were even strong enough for the people to notice they had them. We just know they tested positive for antibodies. In other words, these people may never have been sick.

In the Astrazeneca trials, where people were followed for an average of 3.4 months, the unvaccinated, never-infected placebo participants had a 1.7% risk of developing symptomatic COVID, while the risk was 0.8% in unvaccinated people with previous infection, and was 0.5% in those who were never infected but got vaccinated.

In the Pfizer trial, where a slight majority of people were followed for 4-6 months and most of the others were followed for less, the never-infected placebo participants had a 4.7% chance of becoming a symptomatic COVID case, the naturally infected had a 1.3% chance, and the never-infected vaccinated had a 0.5% chance. Those who had both natural infection and vaccination had a 0.4% chance.

These studies were not done to compare the relative effects of natural infection and vaccination. They were just done to test the effect of vaccination. Those who had evidence of previous infection were tracked primarily to exclude them from the main analysis. As such, they didn't perform stats on the protective effect of natural infection. The Pfizer trial did, however, do stats on the effect of vaccination within people who had evidence of natural infection, and it wasn't statistically significant.

Nevertheless, in these trials run by the vaccine manufacturers themselves, done prior to the delta variant taking hold, using nothing more than a blood test for antibodies as evidence of natural infection, where natural infections could have been 9-12 months old, natural immunity looks 53-72% effective at protecting against becoming a symptomatic COVID case, and being vaccinated on average 3-4 months ago looks 70-90% effective.

Pre-Delta Observational Studies

A number of observational studies were done prior to the delta variant taking hold:

  • Among staff in publicly funded hospitals within the UK when the alpha variant was dominant, the rollout of the Pfizer vaccine was studied for two months. Everyone got PCR tests every two weeks and previous infection status was taken from medical records based on a previous PCR or antibody test. The age of the natural immunity was unknown or unreported, but  the vaccinations were only up to two months old. For every 100,000 person-days,  the chance of a positive test was 20 with no immunity, 5 with Pfizer, 3 with natural immunity, and 2 with hybrid immunity (Pfizer and natural).  This suggests that a very recent Pfizer vaccine is 75% effective, an older case of natural immunity is 85% effective, and combining the two adds a little extra boost — at least over a two-month period.
  • In long-term care facilities in the UK during the alpha variant, where everyone was over 65 and the median age was 86, the rollout of Pfizer and Astrazeneca was observed over 3 months. People got tested every month, and were also tested if they got sick or if there was an outbreak. A positive PCR or antibody test was used to define natural infections. The age of the natural infections were unknown or unreported, but the vaccinations were no more than 3 months old. The vaccines reduced the risk of testing positive by 64%, while natural immunity reduced the risk by 88%. Adding a vaccine to natural immunity had no benefit, not even a trend toward a benefit. In this population, older natural immunity was almost 40% more effective than more recent vaccination.

  • In long-term care facilities within Spain, where everyone was over 65 and the mean age was 86, the rollout of Pfizer and Moderna (almost entirely, 99.8%, Pfizer) was studied over 2.5 months. Testing was done whenever anyone had symptoms, was considered at risk of exposure, or was new to the facility. In this study they wanted to separate the effect of natural immunity from the indirect effect of widespread vaccination, so they compared two different time periods: the protective effect of natural infection in mostly 2020 was compared to the protective effect of vaccination in 2021. The natural infections were on average 6 months old, while the vaccinations were only up to 2.5 months old. Per 100,000 person-days, the risk without immunity was 12.8, with vaccination was 5.4, and with natural immunity was 1.8. Combining vaccination and natural immunity brought this down to 1.13. While this shows a slight boost of the combination, the natural immunity alone is three times better than the vaccine.

  • In a preprint* covering the four-month rollout of Pfizer and Astrazeneca among the staff of a cancer center in Milan, Italy, the protective effect of the vaccine over the rollout was compared to the protective effect of natural infection over a previous 8-month period. During both periods, PCR testing was done at the beginning and end of the period, upon development of symptoms or a positive antibody test, after holidays, and, for doctors, every two weeks. The natural infections were up to 8 months old while the vaccinations were on average two months old. The infection rate among those with no immunity was 9.5%, and among vaccinated was 1.5%. Natural immunity looked better or worse than vaccination depending on what method of PCR testing was used. If they tested a single gene, the reinfection rate was 3%. But if they tested multiple genes, which is more reliable, the reinfection rate was less than 1%. Overall this study is not very good for forming conclusions, but older natural infection looks comparable to more recent vaccination.

These studies have the advantage of being done in real-world scenarios outside the control of the vaccine manufacturers. They all suggest that an older case of natural immunity is equal to or substantially better than a more recent vaccination, and they conflict as to whether adding a vaccination will make natural immunity even better.

A Study Covering the Whole of Israel

By far the largest study is a preprint* covering the entire country of Israel from June 1, 2020 to March 20, 2021. This covers the period when the alpha variant was dominant, when Pfizer was the exclusive vaccine used. PCR testing was free and generally ordered because someone was sick or was exposed to someone who was sick. Previous infections were 2-10 months old, and vaccinations were 0-3 months old. The more recent vaccination was 93% effective against infection, 94% against hospitalization, 94% against severe illness, and 94% against death. Older cases of natural immunity were 95% effective against infection, 94% against hospitalization, and 96% against severe illness.

Since only one single person in the entire country died of a second infection,
the stats couldn't be done on natural immunity and death.

In by far the largest study, old natural immunity is shown to be equivalent to recent vaccination.

The Two Time-Matched Delta Studies

Two preprints* cover the time period when delta became dominant, which is important because delta may evade immunity from spike protein-based vaccines more effectively than natural immunity. These are also the only two studies in the entire batch that compare vaccinations and natural infections that happened at the same time. This is critical, because immunity of any type can wane over time, so we only appreciate the relative strength of each when they are equally fresh.

One was done in Israel, and the other in the United States. On the whole, the US study was designed to replicate the Israeli study by covering the same time period, focusing on the delta variant, and matching people according to their demographics, risk factors, and when they got infected or vaccinated. In both cases, previous infections were drawn from electronic medical records. In Israel, it was from the second-largest HMO. In the US, it was from the Veterans Health Administration. The main differences between the two studies is that the patients in the US study were older (on average 62 instead of 33-36), and that Israel used Pfizer whereas the US study used a combination of Pfizer and Moderna.

In the Israeli study, natural infection offered 13-fold better protection against infection, 27-fold better protection against developing symptoms, and 8-fold better protection against hospitalization.

When the Israeli study used a group that was twice as big but not matched for the time of vaccination or infection, natural immunity was 6-fold more protective against infection and 6.7-fold more protective against hospitalization. No one in the Israeli study died.

At first glance, the US study appears to suggest the vaccines work better than natural immunity for people over 65, but not for younger people. For seniors, they offered 66% lower risk of infection and hospitalization and 95% lower risk of death. However, the study covered June through August of 2021, and delta didn't reach close to 100% of infections until July and August. By August, natural immunity had become equivalent to Moderna and superior to Pfizer.

Their figures are not well explained, but they appear to represent, first, the data adjusted for time of natural infection or vaccination, demographics and risk factors, and then the unadjusted data. In the first figure, natural immunity (green) becomes equivalent to Moderna (red) and superior to Pfizer (blue) by August. In the second figure with the unadjusted data, natural immunity becomes superior to both by mid-July, and widens its superiority by August.



Hybrid Immunity

Studies conflict on whether vaccination and natural immunity combined offer some superior advantage. The Israeli delta study suggested that the combination might cut the risk of infection in half compared to having just natural immunity alone (as if 27-fold better protection against being a symptomatic case wasn't enough!)

When they looked at people vaccinated after previous infection, which is most relevant to the question of whether someone who has been infected already should get vaccinated, this additional benefit was not statistically significant, but it looked like a 40% lower risk.

Similarly, in the Pfizer trial, adding vaccination on top of natural infection looked like it provided a 60% further drop in infection risk, but wasn't statistically significant.

CDC study (in MMWR, which is not peer-reviewed) done in Kentucky from May to June of this year found a statistically significant 43% lower risk of infection when vaccination was thrown on top of natural infection.

Conversely, a preprint* covering health care workers in India found that those with natural immunity prior to vaccination had an additional 74% reduction in risk of infection compared to those who were vaccinated and never infected.

Nevertheless, at least one study contradicts the hybrid immunity concept. As I noted above, in long-term care facilities in the UK there was no benefit of adding vaccination to natural infection. It's not just that it's not statistically significant. Supplementary table 5 shows that, with time from adding the vaccination, the relative risk compared to natural immunity alone swings up and down all over the place.

I also wonder about other types of hybrid immunity. For example, if we could know we have a certain amount of established immunity already, would relaxing our guard just a little get us more exposure to dead viral fragments on surfaces and to mini-boosts of exposure to the live virus that are below the minimum infectious dose? I realize that we need to learn a lot before we can define what is safe and what is dangerous here, but there seems to be a broad spectrum of hybrid immunity concepts that should be explored.

I also wonder whether vaccination after natural infection wouldn't narrow the immunity from a broader spectrum of targets more resilient to a rapidly changing variant landscape toward the original spike protein that is becoming less and less relevant to the COVID we face here and now as time goes on.

I can say nothing more except that hybrid immunity deserves much more study.


The only studies that make the vaccines look better than natural immunity are the vaccine trials, and a surface reading of the US delta study. Reading the US delta study carefully makes natural immunity begin to show its superiority as delta fully takes over. Every other study clearly shows that older natural immunity is equal to or superior to more recent vaccination. When natural infections and vaccinations occur at the same time in a fully delta-dominant environment, natural immunity appears to be superior. In the younger population of Israel it seems to be wildly superior to the Pfizer vaccine. In by far the largest study covering the entirety of Israel, old natural infection is every bit as good as recent vaccination against infection, symptomatic illness, and hospitalization.

The only reason we can't say that about death is because only one single person died of a second infection in the whole of Israel!

To answer the questions at the beginning:
Does someone with natural immunity need to get vaccinated to obtain equal immunity to the vaccinated around them?

  • Definitely not. Their immunity at worst is just as good.

Will they get even better immunity if they add vaccination?

  • They might, but the studies conflict.

Can I decide who to fire from their job, who to keep out of the gym, and who to keep out of the restaurant by considering people with natural immunity dangerous unless they've been vaccinated?

  • Definitely not! If anything is obvious pseudoscience, it is this.

These data show that simply having an antibody test or a previous PCR test is enough to show that, even when your infection is way older than someone else's vaccination, it is equal to or better in its protection. Not allowing a mere anti-nucleocapsid antibody test or any record of any positive PCR test to serve as equal proof of immunity to a vaccination card is scientifically unjustifiable.

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*  The term “preprint” is often used in these articles. Preprints are studies destined for peer-reviewed journals that have yet to be peer-reviewed. Because COVID-19 is such a rapidly evolving disease and peer-review takes so long, most of the information circulating about the disease comes from preprints.


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VitaminDWiki pages with VACCIN in the title (94 as of Oct 2021)

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Proposal: no blood donations from COVID vaccinated individuals (preprint in Japan) - May 2024 27 May, 2024
Excess death rates in high-vaccinated countries exceeded COVID death rates by 3.4 X in 2023 - May 2024 26 May, 2024
Hypothesis: More deaths due to MMR vaccine than deaths due to measles if no one was vaccinated - May 2024 26 May, 2024
Cancers take years to develop, but already have 36 COVID vaccination suspected cancers - May 2024 21 May, 2024
FDA study of 4 million children found 2 COVID-19 vaccination red flags, but continue to push boosters – May 2024 07 May, 2024
CDC recommends more than 100 Vaccinations during lifetime - May 2024 02 May, 2024
16% of people getting COVID-19 vaccination had Uveitis (middle eye infection) within 1 year – April 2024 29 Apr, 2024
Increased cancer rate after 3rd vaccination (Japan in this study) - April 2024 11 Apr, 2024
US has the most vaccinations before age 1 and the most deaths - March 2024 26 Mar, 2024
Benign Cancers of a portion of the brain increased 1.8 X after vaccines were available - March 2024 24 Mar, 2024
Multiple COVID vaccinations might increase Cancer Incidence - many studies 24 Mar, 2024
Benign Cancers of a portion of the brain increased 1.8 X after vaccines were available - March 2024 24 Mar, 2024
COVID-19 vaccines adverse events: myocarditis, pericarditis, etc. (99 million people, not US) – Feb 2024 14 Mar, 2024
COVID senior pneumonia deaths: 50% if low Vitamin D and unvaccinated vs 16% if Vitamin D or vaccinated – June 2023 28 Feb, 2024
18,000 schoolchildren in Canada to be suspended for not being vaccinated - Feb 2024 27 Feb, 2024
Vaccines increased your risk of dying of COVID in NZ - official data - Feb 2024 19 Feb, 2024
Study urged a global moratorium on mRNA vaccines (300 peer reviewers agreed) – Jan 2024 17 Feb, 2024
CDC recommends 100 vaccinations by age 18 – Feb 2024 15 Feb, 2024
Professor Raoult is calling for a moratorium on COVID-19 vaccines - Jan 2024 04 Feb, 2024
Fewer neurons in males born from COVID-19 vaccinated mothers (rats) - Jan 2024 20 Jan, 2024
Influenza vaccination (2022-2023) reduced hospitalizations by only 35% - Jan 2024 20 Jan, 2024
COVID and or vaccinations causing less Vitamin D and more sickness - Jan 2024 20 Jan, 2024
COVID infections and vaccinations decrease Vitamin D – many studies 15 Jan, 2024
Vitamin D can probably augment or replace many vaccines – March 2015 12 Jan, 2024
COVID Vaccinated Children 1.25 X More Likely to Be Hospitalized for Respiratory Illness - CDC Jan 2024 12 Jan, 2024
Red blood cell clumping (Hemagglutination) - by COVID and vaccination (Ivermectin helps) - Dec 2023 28 Dec, 2023
France has injected 200,000 infants with RSV vaccine, based on no long-term data - Here we go again - Dec 2023 27 Dec, 2023
4th COVID vaccination resulted in no decreased deaths (Austria) - Nov 2023 13 Dec, 2023
Deaths after vaccination - also reported in Japan - Dec 2023 11 Dec, 2023
COVID vaccination problems 1000 X worse than Thalidomide - Dec 2023 05 Dec, 2023
2 reasons doctors not aware of post-vaccination myocarditis (2.5% of jabs) - Nov 2023 29 Nov, 2023
Hypothesis: Both Long COVID and Vaccine Injury are caused by Spike Protein, proposed detox – Nov 2023 24 Nov, 2023
COVID vaccines are highly effective in reducing non-COVID deaths in older Australians (not) - Nov 2023 24 Nov, 2023
Hospital utilization Australia (NSW) 1415 Vaccinated, 0 unvaccinated - Dec 2022 24 Nov, 2023
COVID infections or vaccinations may increase Multiple Sclerosis (if low D) - several studies 23 Nov, 2023
COVID vaccinations resulted in big increase in metabolic disorders - Nov 2023 22 Nov, 2023
Moderna is monitoring 150 million websites for ‘Anti-Vaccine’ Narratives - Nov 2023 21 Nov, 2023
COVID vaccination health problems - Campbell, Yale Nov 2023 19 Nov, 2023
Brazil mandates COVID-19 vaccine for children - Nov 2023 10 Nov, 2023
COVID Vaccination problems - 3,500 studies - Oct 2023 01 Nov, 2023
Hypothesis: Multiple COVID vaccinations reduce Vitamin D, resulting in Excess Deaths, etc. - Oct 2023 29 Oct, 2023
Following COVID vaccination 31% had neurological problems (Italy) – Oct 2023 28 Oct, 2023
Next COVID Litigation conference (includes vaccination) - March 2024 25 Oct, 2023
FDA hired a person to study flu vaccine effectiveness, found problems, was fired 23 Oct, 2023
Polio vaccine absolute risk reduction was only 0.01 percent - 2022 23 Oct, 2023
Large Toronto Study on Paxlovid vaccination: 62% had Adverse Events - Oct 2023 23 Oct, 2023
Autoimmune diseases caused in first day after COVID Vaccination - Oct 2023 17 Oct, 2023
Immune System tolerance is inversely related to the number of COVID vaccinations (PubMed analysis) - Oct 2023 10 Oct, 2023
Excess deaths in 34 countries (probably due to COVID vaccination) – preprint Aug 2023 05 Oct, 2023
Excess deaths after COVID vaccination - 17 countries - Sept 2023 04 Oct, 2023
Yet another COVID Vaccination class action lawsuit (Canadian Air Force) 03 Oct, 2023
10 Mice were used to test the Newest Pfizer Vaccine against a for previous virus - Sept 2023 27 Sep, 2023
Sudden Infant Deaths (SIDS) soon after vaccination - several studies 27 Sep, 2023
Each death within 90 days of COVID vaccination paid 22,400 dollars (S. Korea) - Sept 2023 11 Sep, 2023
Prevent a COVID death: 9 dollars of Vitamin D or 900,000 dollars of vaccine - Aug 2023 11 Sep, 2023
YouTube removed 1,000,000 videos on Vaccine Safety or Efficacy as of Sept 2022 11 Sep, 2023
Vaccinated children have more health problems 08 Sep, 2023
V-safe - 7% had emergency medical after vaccination - CDC response, cancel V-safe - Sept 2023 07 Sep, 2023
Vaccine Clinical Trial - cardiovascular death 3.7X more likely if vaccinated - preprint Sept 2023 06 Sep, 2023
mRNA Vaccine Toxicity -free book by Doctors for COVID Ethics - Aug 2023 26 Aug, 2023
Myocarditis, Pericarditis 2X more likely if had COVID vaccination in previous 30 days - meta-analysis June 2023 25 Aug, 2023
UK MP talked on vaccine harms, other MPs left – transcript Mar 17, 2023 24 Aug, 2023
COVID Vaccinations increased risk of cardiac deaths in youths by 19% - Aug 2023 11 Aug, 2023
Infants getting lots of vaccinations are 2X more likely to die - July 2023 04 Aug, 2023
Example of problems if suggest vaccine alternatives - GreenMedInfo July 2023 31 Jul, 2023
800x Higher Incidence of Myocardial Injury After Booster Vaccination - July 2023 29 Jul, 2023
8X increased risk of stroke if COVID vaccinated and catch COVID within 3 weeks – June 2023 23 Jul, 2023
74% of autopsies were found to be related to COVID vaccination (from 44 studies) – Lancet July 2023 06 Jul, 2023
More psoriasis flares following second COVID vaccination if lowish Vitamin D – May 2023 12 Jun, 2023
Problems with vaccine use during a pandemic - Dr. Bossche 2021 - 2023 08 Jun, 2023
13 B dollar income to Pfizer and Moderna, 147 B dollar cost of vaccine problems (just US) - March 2023 22 May, 2023
International Covid and Vaccination Summit III - European Parliament Video May 2023 17 May, 2023
COVID vaccinations doubled the risk of blood clots in the eye (RVO) – May 2023 14 May, 2023
3,400 peer-reviewed studies found COVID Vaccination problems as of April 2023 29 Apr, 2023
Poor vaccine batches associated with adverse events - March 2023 14 Apr, 2023
1250 peer-reviewed COVID Vaccine problems - March 2023 01 Apr, 2023
COVID-19 Vaccine Efficacy Grossly Overestimated from Non-Randomized Studies - Mar 2023 31 Mar, 2023
Pfizer COVID vaccination during pregnancy clinical trial is still not published - Feb 2023 25 Feb, 2023
COVID Vaccinations: UK not for healthy people under 50 , US annually if over 4 - Jan 2023 29 Jan, 2023
CDC not look at VAERS COVID vaccine data until 2022, still has not reported on it - Jan 2023 08 Jan, 2023
COVID vaccination increased by 137X the risk of 10-14 year olds of dying (UK) – Jan 2023 06 Jan, 2023
Pandemic of the Boosted: UK Data Reveal Problem With COVID Vaccinations - July 2022 05 Jan, 2023
More COVID vaccinations, more infections - Cleveland Clinic - Dec 2022 05 Jan, 2023
Shingles risk increase 15% with COVID and if COVID vaccine in those under age 50 – Jan 2023 04 Jan, 2023
Many Vaccine definitions now allow Vitamin D - CDC, NIH, etc. – Jan 2023 03 Jan, 2023
COVID vaccination increases risk of senior sudden hearing loss by 2X - Dec 2022 20 Dec, 2022
Chart of excess deaths and vaccination in the Netherlands - for 2022 18 Dec, 2022
COVID variants in US evade bivalent vaccination by 3X to 13X – Cell Dec 13, 2022 17 Dec, 2022
More than 30,000 college student vaccinations to prevent one hospitalization - Dec 2022 14 Dec, 2022
2.3X increase in sudden deaths in Germany after start of vaccinations - Dec 2022 13 Dec, 2022
Full vaccination plus extreme lockdown - virus mutated and spread (China) - Dec 2022 10 Dec, 2022
Antibody response to COVID vaccination appears independent of Vitamin D levels – Nov 2021 07 Dec, 2022
COVID: more than 33 lineages and vaccines – Nov 2022 29 Nov, 2022
Senate votes again to end COVID emergency, Biden will veto (would end EUA vaccines) - Nov 2022 22 Nov, 2022
A year after 2nd COVID vaccination, stems cells not available to fetus immune system – Nov 2022 14 Nov, 2022
Number of people to treat to prevent 1 case of flu: Vitamin D 4, Vaccination 40 – Feb 2017 10 Nov, 2022
Trivial difference between vaccinated and unvaccinated for cases, hospitalizations, and death - Nov 2022 07 Nov, 2022
Bradford Hill Criteria applied to COVID Vaccinations - Oct 2022 06 Nov, 2022
CDC advised to recommended annual COVID vaccination of all children over 6 months old – Oct 20, 2022 24 Oct, 2022
CDC v-safe vaccination data is finally on-line - Oct 5, 2022 19 Oct, 2022
Is it Time to Characterize COVID-19 mRNA Vaccine as Pharmaceutical Drugs, NOT Vaccines - Oct 2022 16 Oct, 2022
Develop a vaccine instead of a drug, less costly and no chance of being sued - Nov 2014 16 Oct, 2022
COVID infection might prevent infection better than vaccinations - transcript and many studies 11 Oct, 2022
No benefit of Vitamin D to COVID vaccine efficiency (dosing failed to get to 30 ng) - Oct 2022 08 Oct, 2022
The more COVID vaccinations you get, the More Likely you’ll get COVID - Oct 2022 03 Oct, 2022
400 doctors, scientists declare “international medical crisis” due to COVID-19 vaccinations - Sept 2022 02 Oct, 2022
6X increase in excess deaths of children since vaccinations were started - Oct 2022 02 Oct, 2022
Number needed to vaccinate to prevent 1 Omicron death: 30,000 for age 60-70 - Sept 2022 29 Sep, 2022
CDC funded study: 1.3 X Asthma risk if vaccination contained aluminum – Sept 2022 29 Sep, 2022
Pfizer vaccination trial – 1 in 800 actually had a serious adverse event – Sept 2022 28 Sep, 2022
Vaccine injury claims paid: Thailand 45 million dollars, US 0 dollars - March 15, 2022 26 Sep, 2022
Congress members demand FDA Investigate COVID-19 Vaccine Injuries – Sept 2022 26 Sep, 2022
Small Vitamin D doses for a short time never help (not improve vaccination in this case) – RCT Sept 2022 24 Sep, 2022
Regional Excess Deaths strongly associated with COVID vaccination rate (UK) – Sept 2022 09 Sep, 2022
Vaccinations banned in UK if under age 12, US planning on annual vaccinations - Sept 2022 07 Sep, 2022
Better response 6 months after Pfizer vaccinations if higher vitamin D – Aug 2022 27 Aug, 2022
Vitamin D improves Sinovac vaccine (fast innate response) - July 2022 24 Aug, 2022
Vaccine holdouts aren't Republicans, but those under age 60 where perceived risk is worse than COVID – Dec 2021 21 Aug, 2022
Vaccination pages in VitaminDWiki 21 Aug, 2022
Govt funding to fight COVID: 100 billion dollars for vaccine and anti-viral, perhaps zero for alternatives - Aug 2022 21 Aug, 2022
Cancers are associated with low vitamin D, poor vaccination response and perhaps poor VDR – July 2022 15 Aug, 2022
COVID deaths are often of fully vaccinated in fully vaccinated countries – June 2022 12 Jul, 2022
Each COVID reinfection causes more severe disease in miltary veterans (independant of vaccination) - July 2022 10 Jul, 2022
Temporary conception problems after vaccinations, etc. - July 2022 10 Jul, 2022
2 Vaccinations provided no protection against Omicron infection 6 months later – New England J. of Medicine – June 2022 25 Jun, 2022
A third of healthcare workers took sick leave after Covid vaccination (Germany) - April 2022 22 Jun, 2022
28,859 deaths and 238,412 serious injuries due to vaccines, how many more when add ages 0.5 - 5 – June 2022 21 Jun, 2022
Omicron mutations to avoid vaccinations may get much worse – Bossche June 2022 19 Jun, 2022

VitaminDWiki pages with Masterjohn in the title (16 as of Oct 2021)

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Lots of Biotonin needed sometimes (excess protein, etc.) - Masterjohn Jan 2023 20 Jan, 2023
Real Anthony Fauci - book synopsis by Masterjohn Dec 3, 2021 14 May, 2022
PhD working at VAERS on problems with vacc system - Masterjohn interview and transcript- Dec 27, 2021 27 Dec, 2021
COVID natural Immunity is most likely better than vaccination immunity- literature review by Masterjohn - Oct 2021 24 Oct, 2021
High-dose Omega-3 fought COVID in 2 hospital trials (6x reduction in ICU, reduced time) – Masterjohn Oct 2021 14 Oct, 2021
Vitamin D and COVID, review of evidence, loading dose if less than 50 ng - Masterjohn Sept 2021 05 Sep, 2021
The Evolution of Diverse Vitamin D Requirements – Masterjohn video Aug 2016 18 Jan, 2017
Vitamin D is good, but must balance Vitamins A and K2 to prevent Calcification – Masterjohn Aug 2014 31 Dec, 2014
Interactions of Vitamins D, A, and K, should measure calcitriol, calcification – Masterjohn Aug 2013 28 Nov, 2014
Hypothesis – low vitamin D level may indicate Calcium deficiency – Masterjohn II Dec 2013 14 Jan, 2014
Synergism between Vitamin D, Vitamin K-2, and Vitamin A: Masterjohn – Sept 2013 03 Oct, 2013
Masterjohn on relationships between Vitamin A D and K – Dec 2010 03 Oct, 2013
Cholesterol, Vitamins D3 and K2, heart disease, sulfates, LDL, – Masterjohn Interview Jan 2013 30 Sep, 2013
Price and Masterjohn on Vitamin A Vitamin D and Vitamin K – 2010 26 Oct, 2012
Synergism between vitamin A and vitamin D – Masterjohn June 2010 26 Oct, 2012
Response by Masterjohn on vitamin A thwarting vitamin D – Mar 2010 26 Oct, 2012
Masterjohn on Tufts and vitamin A D and K April 2009 31 Oct, 2011
Latitude may not be too associated with vitamin D – Masterjohn Dec 2010 13 Mar, 2011
Vitamin D and latitude Masterjohn - Dec 2010 24 Dec, 2010

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