Here Dr. Carrie Madej addresses antibody-dependent Enhancement to Mike Adams.
Antibody-Dependent Enhancement (ADE) refers to a mechanism in which antibodies are unable to neutralize a virus but instead increase the ability to infect cells. ADE can arise in several different ways but the best-known is dubbed the ‘Trojan Horse Pathway.’
ADE is in reference to when a vaccine or past infection fails to shut down the pathogen upon re-exposure. Instead, the antibodies act as a gateway by allowing the virus to gain entry and replicate in cells that are usually off-limits (typically immune cells, like macrophages). When this occurs, the antibodies can activate other immune cells to become more aggressive and cause more damage. For viruses, including Dengue & HIV that pose a major threat to human health, the presence of ADE is considered to be a major obstacle to vaccine development. ADE has been discussed since the late ‘70s. Even Anthony Fauci has admitted that this wouldn't be the first time a vaccine that initially looked good, actually made people worse. In fact, according to Dr. Robert Malone, the inventor of the mRNA injection, this has happened with all attempts to develop corona virus-related vaccines.
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