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This week, on A Different Perspective, Dr. Mitch Sutton fills in for Dr. Patrick Flynn and shares insights on the immune systems of three patients who have received the COVID-19 inoculations. He goes into each case and covers how their immune panels change from before the shot(s) and following the shot(s).

(Begins at 2:00)

Looking at the immune panel, Dr. Mitch first goes over the specific immune cells and what they do: (He emphasizes looking at absolute/total numbers rather than percentages because percentages can be skewed due to imbalances or deficiencies).

  • CD 3 Cells – Precursor cells that will be converting to other cells and moving through the immune system. It shows us how the production of some of those cells is going to be.
  • CD 4 cells (T Helper cells) – Incredibly important for normal immune function. It’s kind of a snapshot of how well your immune system is working.
  • CD 8 cells (Cytotoxic T cell) – Part of the adaptive line of defense – that deals with infections, viruses, and even tumor cells.
  • NK “Natural Killer” cells – Another part of the innate immune system, which shows how good your body is at fighting against viruses but also fighting against tumor cells. *Your body doesn’t know the difference between viruses and tumors. –It’s the same thing. That’s why viruses are so related to cancers.
  • White Blood Cells (WBC)
  • Red Blood Cells (RBC)
  • Hematocrit – Needed for red blood cell production

The panel then goes into a breakdown of specific white blood cells, like neutrophils (first line of defense), lymphocytes (CD 4, CD8, NK cells), monocytes, eosinophils, and basophils. All are important parts of normal immune function.

1st Case Study

(Begins at 3:10)

This is an example of a woman who was very unhealthy prior to getting the COVID inoculation. These test results show what happens when you start with that kind of environment and then take these shots.

Patient Overview:

  • 46-year-old Female
  • History of chronic disease: Barrett’s Esophagus
  • History of surgery
  • History of long-term medication use (birth control, blood pressure meds)

Before the Inoculation:

  • CD 3: 2140 (Within range)
  • CD4: 1508 (Within range)
  • CD 8: 715 (Within range)
  • NK: 83 (Within range)
  • WBC: 7 (Within range)
  • RBC: 46 (Within range)
  • CEA: Undetected/Less than 500

The CEA (Carcinomic Embryonic Antigen) is an important number. They say it’s a tumor marker, but it just shows cellular turnover. It’s not a specific tumor marker, but it shows if there’s an increase in the growth of cells.

Summary: Overall, the immune system is in decent shape prior to taking the shots, despite her chronic health issues (overweight, inflammation).

After 1st Dose:

A huge increase in the adaptive immune cells, CD 3, CD4, and CD 8, indicating high levels of inflammation.

  • CD 3: 2647 (Should be less than 2402)
  • CD4: 1846 (Should be less than 1519)
  • CD 8: 915 (Should be less than 897)
  • NK: 140 (Went up)
  • WBC: 7 (Went down)
  • RBC: 24 (Went down)
  • CEA: Undetected/Less than 500

This shows a huge increase in inflammation, which makes sense from a vaccine. But how will this affect the body?

After 2nd Dose:

CD 3, CD4, and CD 8 all went up again, indicating even more inflammation.

  • CD 3: 2723 (Went up again)
  • CD4: 1921(Went up again)
  • CD 8: 934 (Went up again)
  • WBC: 4 (Went up)
  • RBC: 59 (Went up)
  • CEA: Undetected/Less than 500

One Month After 2nd Dose:

  • CD 3: 2298 (Went down)
  • CD 4: 1617 (Went down but is still high– Should be less than 1519)
  • CD 8: 786 (Went down)
  • WBC: 4 (Went down)
  • RBC: 15 (Went down)
  • CEA: Detected – 6

Dr. Mitch talks about how this is the first time we see an increase in Carcinomic Embryonic Antigen (CEA). This means there’s an increase in cellular turnover and an increase in the growth of those tissues inside the cell. The CD 4 (T Helper) cells are also high, creating a lot of inflammation. We don’t know whether we’re able to turn off this response in the body.

Remember that this is an mRNA vaccine. You’re literally programming your cells to create the spike protein. You’re giving it a code to create inflammation. Can this person’s body shut down the inflammation? It’s hard to say.

Looking over our data so far, the body is still inflamed and dealing with damage. We also don’t know what will happen with that CEA marker. Dr. Mitch is worried about how her immune system is going to function later in life. It’s possible that cancer will develop in the future as a result of this shot.

2nd Case Study

(Begins at 15:25)

This is an example of a woman who had been coming to the Wellness Way for three years and was already able to help lower some of the chronic inflammation and build and repair her body. In fact, she didn’t really have inflammatory issues anymore.

Patient Overview:

  • 38-year-old Female
  • History of chronic disease: Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD)
  • Long term use of birth control
  • Under Wellness Way care for 3 years

Before the Inoculation:

  • CD 3: 1533 (Within range)
  • CD 4: 1090 (Within range)
  • CD 8: 462 (Within range)
  • WBC: 4 (Within range)
  • RBC: 69 (Within range)
  • CEA: Detected – 2

After 1st Dose:

  • CD 3: 1342 (Within range)
  • CD 4: 898 (Within range)
  • CD 8: 415 (Within range)
  • WBC: 6 (Within range)
  • RBC: 59 (Within range)
  • CEA: Detected – 0 (Went down)

A couple weeks later, she got the virus. Did the inoculation help? Not in this case.

At The Wellness Way, we put her on astragalus, echinacea, medicinal mushrooms – things to help her body recover and regenerate. So, there’s some hope and peace here. You can rebuild and repair the body. Of course, we don’t know what’s going to happen 5 years down the road, but this shows that in her case, she was able to recover her immune system pretty well.

After 2nd Dose:

  • CD 3: 1414 (Within range)
  • CD 4: 964 (Within range)
  • CD 8: 425 (Within range)
  • WBC: 3 (Within range)
  • RBC: 90 (Within range)
  • CEA: Detected – 6 (Went down)

CEA went down, which is great. Her body was able to adapt the way it needed to.

3rd Case Study

(Begins at 21:50)

This is an example of a woman who has no history of disease or medication, even though she’s 94 years old. She’s active, she’s with it, her brain is in great condition, and while she moves a little bit slower, she does really well against any type of cold or flu that goes through.

Patient Overview:

  • 94-year-old Female
  • No history of chronic disease
  • No history of medication
  • Under Wellness Way care

Before the Inoculation:

She’s doing something right!

  • CD 3: 1058 (Within range)
  • CD 4: 727 (Within range)
  • CD 8: 378 (Within range)
  • WBC: 2 (Within range)
  • RBC: 94 (Within range)
  • CEA: Detected – 4

At 94, it’s not surprising that her CEA would be elevated.

After 1st Dose:

The immune panel was done about a year after the COVID inoculation.

  • CD 3: 1248
  • CD 4: 836
  • CD 8: 421
  • WBC: 6
  • RBC: 68
  • CEA: Detected – 9 (Went up = Increased cell turnover)

Overall, her body adapted very well to this. Her numbers didn’t change all that much. However, her body wasn’t able to produce any neutralizing antibodies to the virus. That indicates her body isn’t mounting an immune response that would provide protection against the virus.

So, if an inoculation is weakening the immune system, but you’re not creating any antibodies against the virus, what is the point of taking this? This indicates that the shot wasn’t necessarily effective.

What Does the Future Look Like?

(Begins at 28:30)

Dr. Mitch then brings up a study called SARS-CoV-2 Spike Impairs DNA Damage Repair and Inhibits V(D)J Recombination in Vitro. The study looks at the spike protein from the mRNA vaccine and what it does in the body.

It turns out that the mRNA vaccine makes it difficult for the body to repair damage to the DNA. When you have damaged or mutated DNA, that’s cancer. This is why Dr. Mitch brought up the CEA marker earlier.

What does the future hold for mRNA vaccinated people? You may start seeing an increase in cancer down the road.

The repeated stimulation of a CD 4 cell limits their ability to protect the body. So, if you keep bombarding the body and creating inflammation, it’s going to lead to health issues. Then, if you’re unable to repair DNA, it could lead to cancer.

So, these are just three case studies. But going back to the second case study, with we were able to do at The Wellness Way in terms of helping the body to rebuild, there’s some hope. Age doesn’t necessarily matter. It’s all about what tools you give the body.


To summarize, this mRNA vaccine is creating inflammation and turning off the body’s DNA repair mechanism. That could lead to cancer down the road. Depending on the person, it may or may not create neutralizing antibodies, which means it may not be effective against the virus.