Clinical immunology in the Covid era

With Professor Robert Clancy, consultant physician, scientist, researcher, academic, author, teacher.

Written by Dr. John Campbell

Hello Everyone,My name is John Campbell and I am a retired Nurse Teacher and A and E nurse based in England. I also do some teaching in Asia and Africa when time permits. These videos are to help students to learn the background to all forms of health care. My PhD focused on the development of open learning resources for nurses nationally and internationally.


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  1. When I was a sergeant in the Army I always got sent to go find the new kid who was always in the bathroom during PT. One day he brought his colonoscopy photos into work. I don't want to see that again. He got medically discharged shortly later even though he appeared to be in good shape and healthy.

  2. I think if CDC had consulted knowledgeable and honest scientists like Professor Robert Clancy we will be better advised. I bet most of us did not know the differences between infections and viruces attacking primarily the mucosal tissues and the systemic ones. Maybe systemic infections are normal to happen in the human body, therefore, we create permanent immunity against them. Lab created experiments have unexpected consequences.

  3. Have followed Dr john throughout the last few years, every day whenever possible. A sign of a great teacher is making the complex sound simple without losing the truth. Was excited to see Dr Clancy come on again, I could listen to you guys for hours, more please 😂

  4. Very informative, I only had two Phizer vaccinations, but about three months after the second dose I developed a severe muscular inflammation near the elbow that I thought was some kind of arthritis but it moved around from above the joint then below the joint. It only hurt when I rotated my arm but it became excruciating when I tried by lift anything while rotating the arm. I never had any problem before the vaccinations. It eventually went away after about one and one half years. It seems the vaccine had been trapped in the muscle sheath. After that I thought my body said to stop taking any more covid – 19 vaccines.
    I got the Sabine oral polio vaccine in 1962 and by 1968 I was diagnosed with (Hasimoto's Disease), which I feel was caused by the vaccine. Over the later years all six of the family eventually got Hypothyroidism, four siblings and two parents, I was the youngest and got it first, consequently, I am wary of the long term effects of so-called safe vaccinations.

  5. I am absolutely thrilled that attention is drawn to auto immune diseases. This interview gave greater insight and more light on why my body is acting this way. I must add that we may not die but we suffer in silence. Thanks so much Dr John!!

  6. Thank you again, Dr. John. TY< Dr. Clancy, for your work. Suffered 62 years from lupus, psoriasis, IBS, hemaplegic migraines, celiac, allergies to everything, even the sun. Your field has grown dramatically and has taught me so much. No treatment has helped, but knowledge with diet, nutrition has got me through 62 years highly functioning. Thank you.

  7. Robert Clancy I have auto immune disease MCTD . I also have CCR5 mutation. So far I haven’t cause covid yet I’m not vaccinated and 65 years old .Iv been exposed to covid heavily three time from my family having it twice. I test negative to antibodies

  8. Loved this interview
    I would tune in if you talked weekly. I’m also sharing this with many.
    Keep up the great work.

    I’m not a doctor but Robert has some dry eye symptoms, warm water compress with a little bicarbonate in the water works for me.

  9. These two gentlemen acknowledge that the covid vaccines were unnecessary because early treatments are effective. They acknowledge that giving endless boosters leads to worse outcomes when you then contract covid. They acknowledge that Pharma are ignorant of medicine and only produce vaccines and pills that can be patented. Then these two gentlemen praise the good work done by the vaccine and say they love vaccines. "Their livelihood depends on it". Yes…and that is the point at which they tied themselves in knots! By the way, while I appreciate Campbell for his efforts to untangle the covid lies, please can he start pronouncing the word immunology correctly? It does his credibility no good at all.

  10. I wish I could ask Prof. Clancy about any studies on diffused essential oils. Some of these contain antimicrobial properties. Some even seem to have an effect on viral infections and could potentially help prevent coronavirus spread indoors. But with this same possible benefit, comes the potential for messing with our respiratory mucosal microbiome as we inhale these particles. This could have positive and or negative effects. I wonder if this subject has been studied.

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    one law we are found guilty.

    It is for this reason of not being able to

    create our own righteousness and being born

    in a sinful flesh that we need a savior (Titus

    3:5). Christ is that Savior, God manifested in

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  12. As a healthcare professional for 20 years, I've been dismayed by the horrendous things going on during the last few years. Watching this interview has definitely lifted my spirits, knowing there are medical professionals out there who are still wanting to help people with their health so that they can live their best life.

  13. Prolific. You can tell professor Robert Clancy is passionate about his field of medicine because when he speaks he is moved to gentle tears.
    His comments about big pharma not knowing whats best for the patient and instead pushing their products for profits speaks volumes. This interview was one of the best. Thanks.

  14. Dr Clancy,
    During this brillant dialogue with Dr Campbell you mentioned Crohn' disease as probably due to a micriorganism that is practically impossible to eliminate, and which causes a prolonged chronic inflammation in the digestive tract. The mysterious microorganism has been identified : it is a slow growing mycobacterium that lives within the macrophges which are stunted and incapable to phagocyte and kill the organism. Being a cytozoic organism it is not disturbed by antibiotics that do not penetrate the cytosol . Mycobacterium avium subspecies paratuberculosis is identical to the micobacterium causing Jone' s disease in the cattle, and is transmitted to humans through non sterilized milk.Treatment of Crohn' disease with a triple combination of clarithromycin, rifabutin and ethambutol is curative
    See the clinical experience at the St George hospital, London, UK.

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