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New COVID vaccines could revolutionize vaccination

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  • Mirjana says:

    I think is a necessary long time to make good vaccines for Covid – 19 ……

  • Jd says:

    Sure people have dreamed up how mrna can be used to cure disease. These are great dreams but there is a reason mrna vaccination has never been previously approved in humans. There are huge risks with modifying your mrna permanently. Not exactly something you just turn off if you dont like the results. For instance, this could lead to autoimmune responses. The ADE response is a huge risk. Secondly some spike protein similarities exist in placental proteins. Want an autoimmune response to a growing placenta? How could that end? Did you read the Pfizer leaflet just released in UK with the vaccine rollout. Not recommended for pregnant or breastfeeding women or women who plan to be pregnant. Why is that? This is only approved because the covid hysteria has allowed big pharma to rush their studies with little concern for safety.

  • Lois Nauta says:

    Sorry, my mistake. Please ignore my previous comment.

  • Lois Nauta says:

    What happened to the original comment? I read it here earlier today, and now it has been removed. Why?

  • Kim Mendonca says:

    Great article.

  • jamie tycholiz says:

    But the Pfizer/BioNTech and Moderna vaccines use mRNA and don’t require us to be injected with the virus. Instead, the vaccine contains instructions for our bodies to build a small protein normally found on the SARS-CoV-2 virus that causes COVID-19, thereby eliciting an immune response.

    This comment is vague. Presumably the vaccine enters the body through an injection.

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Tina Knezevic

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Tina Knezevic is a Toronto-based freelance journalist whose work has appeared in The Walrus and on TVO.org.