Medical doctor, retired after 35 years of practice. Now an inventor. I filed a patent application on a new system for measuring T-cell immunity against coronavirus by skin test. This system could help identify who has immunity from earlier ‘common cold’ type of coronavirus infections. Turns out skin test for detecting T-cell immunity against virus has been reported back as far as 1973, in a study of Influenza A virus. In that study, those who had the T-cell immunity were much more resistant to developing flu symptoms when challenged by Influenza injection into their nose, as compared to those who tested negative for T-cell immunity on skin test for Influenza A. But, modern medicine ignores this science and pushes vaccines. That might be understandable in an epidemic, but some patients could suffer with unnecessary adverse reactions as a result.
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Demographics age 18 to 80; all lifestyles; worldwide.