Antibodies & Immunity: Dispelling Two More Myths

Dawn Lester

The immune system is claimed to ‘remember’ each antigen so that it can protect itself through the production of the ‘right antibodies’ against a further attack by that antigen. This ‘protection’ is referred to as ‘immunity’ …

It is clear that antibodies and immunity are inextricably interconnected and that both are entirely reliant upon the ‘germ theory’; but … the germ theory has never been proven to be true.

… Not only is the ‘germ theory’ unproven, but it has been shown to be demonstrably false, which inevitably raises fundamental questions about antibodies and immunity.

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