IF someone is vaccinated, and there are no antibodies, it does not mean that the vaccine does not work, it does not mean that there are no cells that are able to defend him and he should absolutely trust the knowledge and experience of doctors that vaccination helps him, says Dr. Ljiljana Sofronic Milosavljevic from the Institute for the application of nuclear energy.
Ljiljana Sofronić Milosavljević stated as a guest in the RTS morning news that those who were ill and those who were vaccinated have antibodies, but even if someone does not have them, it does not mean that he is not protected.
– If someone is vaccinated and there are no antibodies, it depends on his immune response, it does not mean that he is not protected because b-cells, b-lymphocytes produce those antibodies, but there are other cells that are t-lymphocytes that are capable and whose first and most important role in the defense against viral infections is to kill the cells infected with the virus so that this defense exists – explains Sofronić Milosavljević.
He explains that just because someone doesn’t have antibodies doesn’t mean the vaccine doesn’t work.
– If he is vaccinated, and there are no antibodies, that does not mean that there are no cells that are able to defend him and he absolutely should trust the knowledge and experience of the doctor that vaccination also helps him. This is sometimes the case with immunodeficient people, with people who receive some therapy that destroys b-lymphocytes, so people do not have antibodies, but they have those lymphocytes that protect them from the virus – explains the guest of the Morning Program.
As he says, if someone is vaccinated, he will tolerate any subsequent contact with the virus faster and easier.
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