The trouble with titers

“The reality is that no consideration has been given to what happens to the immune system as a whole after vaccination. The only thing of interest has been getting the titers up as high as possible, that is, making the concentration of antibodies as high as they can. That’s used as the definition of a vaccine’s success. It’s used in spite of the fact that titers resulting from vaccines are often far higher than titers that result from natural infections.
 
Yet, natural immunity is usually 100% and lifelong, while vaccine-induced immunity is virtually never anywhere close to 100%, nor does it last more than a few years. There’s obviously a lot more involved in disease immunity than how high the titers can be driven. But you’d never know that. The only thing that’s considered is whether an arbitrary titer is reached, not the overall effect of a vaccine.
 
… The fact is that measuring titers is clearly not an adequate way to determine immune system health or strength. The claim that vaccines ‘strengthen the immune system’ is just that—a claim. It has no basis in fact. There is no reason to believe, and every reason to disbelieve, that forcing the increase of titers is equivalent to immunity from disease.
 
It’s equally clear that the injection of toxic materials along with antigens is a dangerous practice. We surely don’t need to prove that! Nonetheless, the vaccine industry and its minions are injecting heavy metals, deadly chemicals, and substances like squalene that are virtually guaranteed to cause system toxicity and autoimmune disorders.”
 
— Jagannath Chatterjee
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