Dr. John Campbell is a retired UK nurse educator with a Master of Science in health science and a Ph.D. in nursing. He has come to prominence due to his YouTube channel, which gained popularity during the pandemic.
John started in the early days of Covid with little patience for skeptics of the Covid vaccines; however, over time, he has become a prominent critic of them. Audiences have enjoyed his content as he endeavors to present medical data often unaddressed in mainstream media in an objective and educational manner.
Unfortunately, he has had to learn to speak in the code required to avoid getting deleted from establishment-controlled YouTube. Despite his careful approach, YouTube banned one of his most recent shocking videos. Campell examined a peer-reviewed study out of Cleveland, Ohio, “Effectiveness of the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) Bivalent Vaccine,” which indicates that the more Covid “vaccines” you have had, the greater your chance of getting very sick with Covid.
RAIR Foundation USA has restored the video on Rumble:
Dr. Campbell’s explanation of the study constitutes some of the best evidence so far that the mRNA injections, as some have predicted from the start, may damage the immune system in such a way as to make the person more likely to get Covid, and not less, and in proportion to the number of injections the person has had. In other words, more injections mean more likely to get Covid repeatedly.
Below is a reproduction of what Dr. Campbell wrote in the “more information” box of his YouTube video, which he drew from the study he reviews in this video.
The risk of COVID-19 also varied by the number of COVID-19 vaccine doses previously received. The higher the number of vaccines previously received, the higher the risk of covid infection.
Vaccine doses versus the risk of covid during the 3-month study period:
- One dose, 1.7 times more likely to test positive for covid
- Two doses, 2.63 times more likely to test positive for covid
- Three doses, 3.1 times more likely to test positive for covid
- More than three doses, 3.8 times more likely to test positive for covid
So compared to the unvaccinated:
- 1, x 1.7
- 2, x 2.36
- 3, x 3.1
- 4, x 3.38
P = 0.001 means 999 out of 1,000 likely to be a genuine result
That 99.9% likely to be a genuine result
(published in 2021)
This was when the human population had just encountered the novel Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) virus.
Things Have Changed (Dylan)
Original vaccine and BA.4/BA.5 lineages of Omicron.
(Approved without demonstration of effectiveness in human clinical studies)
(Approved without demonstration of safety in human clinical studies)
To evaluate whether a bivalent COVID-19 vaccine protects against COVID-19.
Employees of Cleveland Clinic, n = 51,011
The cumulative incidence of COVID-19 was examined over the following weeks.
The protection provided by recent and prior vaccination was evaluated
First bivalents gave, 12 September 2022
Among 51,011 employees:
- 20,689 (41%) had had a previous documented episode of COVID-19,
- 42,064 (83%) had received at least two vaccine doses.
- 10,804 (21%) were bivalent vaccine boosted
- COVID-19 occurred in 2,452 (5%) during the study.
(Pfizer 89%, Moderna 11%)
The risk of COVID-19 has increased with time since the most recent prior COVID-19 episode.
The risk of COVID-19 increased with the number of vaccine doses previously received. Note this is based on large numbers
- Doses, 0 = 6,419 (12.6%)
- Doses, 1 = 2,528 (5%)
- Doses, 2 = 14,810 (45.9%)
- Doses, 3 = 23,396 (45.9%)
- Doses 4, 3,757 (7.4%)
- Doses 5, 85 (less than1%)
- Doses 6, 16 (less than 1%)
The bivalent vaccinated state was independently associated with a lower risk of COVID-19 (HR, 0.70)
(over the three months of the study)
Leading to estimated vaccine effectiveness (VE) of 30%
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