Is it better to get vaccines with multiple shots in one or both arms? – study

A study has found that people who got COVID-19 shots in the same arm had a more effective vaccine than people who did both. By JUDY SIEGEL-ITZKOVICH: AUGUST 18, 2023  A member of the medical staff receives a flu vaccine at the department where patients suffering from the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) are treated in the […]

Conflicting Evidence Of mRNA Technology Raises Serious Concerns About Rush For Use In New Vaccine Development

Authored by Megan Redshaw via The Epoch Times, FRIDAY, SEP 01, 2023 The U.S. government and pharmaceutical companies are investing a substantial amount to develop new mRNA vaccines for infectious diseases and cancer, fueling a lucrative mRNA platform valued at $136.2 billion. A newly established White House program announced on Aug. 23 that it is granting a […]

DC Investigating 109 Mysterious Hepatitis Cases In Children, Including 5 Deaths

Authors: Jack Phillips via The Epoch Times, May 7, 2022 The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is investigating more than 100 cases of a mysterious form of hepatitis in children, saying that five have died so far. Dr. Jay Butler, the CDC’s deputy director of infectious diseases, said during a briefing said the agency […]

American Scientists Confirm Toxic Graphene Oxide, and More, in Covid Injections

Authors: RHODA WILSON AUGUST 30, 2021   It is a human right, and global law governed under the Nuremberg Code, that vaccine specific ingredient information is disclosed.  It is critical, required and necessary information so anyone, from any country in the world, can make an informed decision whether or not to consent to medical intervention.  Because […]

Use of adenovirus type-5 vectored vaccines: a cautionary tale

Authors: The Lancet We are writing to express concern about the use of a recombinant adenovirus type-5 (Ad5) vector for a COVID-19 phase 1 vaccine study,1 and subsequent advanced trials. Over a decade ago, we completed the Step and Phambili phase 2b studies that evaluated an Ad5 vectored HIV-1 vaccine administered in three immunizations for efficacy […]

From adenoviruses to RNA: the pros and cons of different COVID vaccine technologies

Authors: Joel Abrams The World Health Organisation lists about 180 COVID-19 vaccines being developed around the world. Each vaccine aims to use a slightly different approach to prepare your immune system to recognise and fight SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19. However, we can group these technologies into five main types. Some technology is tried and trusted. […]

Here’s Why Viral Vector Vaccines Don’t Alter DNA

— It’s pretty simple — they can’t Authors: by Veronica Hackethal, MD, MSc, Enterprise & Investigative Writer, MedPage Today March 12, 2021 Adenoviral vector vaccines have been in development for decades, but very few have been approved for use in humans. What does the history of adenoviral vector vaccine development tell us about their safety and their […]

What Do We Really Know About Adenovirus Vectors for Vaccines?

Authors: By Serena Marshall and Lara Salahi February 24, 2021 — The newest COVID shot uses an existing technology but one with lingering questions As the U.S. hits the half-million death mark from COVID-19 — a grim milestone that is equal to roughly the entire population of Atlanta and more than that of Miami — a new […]

Pros and Cons of Adenovirus-Based SARS-CoV-2 Vaccines

Authors: Eric J. Kremer1,∗ Main Text Most of us might be surprised by the rudimentary scientific rationale prevalent in the field of vaccine research just 50 years ago. For over a century after Louis Pasteur’s vaccine against rabies, approaches usually consisted of inactivating a virus, injecting it, and seeing if it protected the host. Unlike […]

What are Adenovirus-Based Vaccines?

Authors: By Dr. Sanchari Sinha Dutta, Ph.D.Reviewed by Sophia Coveney, B.Sc. Adenoviruses are considered excellent vectors for delivering target antigens to mammalian hosts because of their capability to induce both innate and adaptive immune responses. Currently, adenovirus-based vaccines are used against a wide variety of pathogens, including Mycobacterium tuberculosis, human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), and Plasmodium falciparum. What are adenoviruses? Adenoviruses are […]