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If the Africans will not take the death-shot, we have another method - New malaria vaccine is world-changing, say scientists

 
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If the Africans will not take the death-shot, we have another method - New malaria vaccine is world-changing, say scientists
A malaria vaccine with "world-changing" potential has been developed by scientists at the University of Oxford.

The team expect it to be rolled out next year after trials showed up to 80% protection against the deadly disease.

Crucially, say the scientists, their vaccine is cheap and they already have a deal to manufacture more than 100 million doses a year.

The charity Malaria No More said recent progress meant children dying from malaria could end "in our lifetimes".

It has taken more than a century to develop effective vaccines as the malaria parasite, which is spread by mosquitoes, is spectacularly complex and elusive. It is a constantly moving target, shifting forms inside the body, which make it hard to immunise against.

Last year, the World Health Organization gave the historic go-ahead for the first vaccine - developed by pharmaceutical giant GSK - to be used in Africa.

However, the Oxford team claim their approach is more effective and can be manufactured on a far greater scale.

Trial results from 409 children in Nanoro, Burkina Faso, have been published in the Lancet Infectious Diseases. It shows three initial doses followed by a booster a year later gives up to 80% protection.

[link to www.bbc.co.uk (secure)]

Notice the article makes no mention of mRNA technology. however a small google search "gsk malaria vaccine mrna" tells you the hidden story.

"There is more than one way to skin a cat", so it is said.
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Re: If the Africans will not take the death-shot, we have another method - New malaria vaccine is world-changing, say scientists
Seems like a weird way to go about it when you could just let them get malaria.
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Re: If the Africans will not take the death-shot, we have another method - New malaria vaccine is world-changing, say scientists
Remember the Illuminati card one is where they turn on scientists .. trust me it’s coming
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Re: If the Africans will not take the death-shot, we have another method - New malaria vaccine is world-changing, say scientists
Seems like a weird way to go about it when you could just let them get malaria.
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Not all of them get malaria. However, if we can get them all to take the brand new safe and effective malaria jab. BINGO!!!
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Re: If the Africans will not take the death-shot, we have another method - New malaria vaccine is world-changing, say scientists
A malaria vaccine with "world-changing" potential has been developed by scientists at the University of Oxford.

The team expect it to be rolled out next year after trials showed up to 80% protection against the deadly disease.

Crucially, say the scientists, their vaccine is cheap and they already have a deal to manufacture more than 100 million doses a year.

The charity Malaria No More said recent progress meant children dying from malaria could end "in our lifetimes".

It has taken more than a century to develop effective vaccines as the malaria parasite, which is spread by mosquitoes, is spectacularly complex and elusive. It is a constantly moving target, shifting forms inside the body, which make it hard to immunise against.

Last year, the World Health Organization gave the historic go-ahead for the first vaccine - developed by pharmaceutical giant GSK - to be used in Africa.

However, the Oxford team claim their approach is more effective and can be manufactured on a far greater scale.

Trial results from 409 children in Nanoro, Burkina Faso, have been published in the Lancet Infectious Diseases. It shows three initial doses followed by a booster a year later gives up to 80% protection.

[link to www.bbc.co.uk (secure)]

Notice the article makes no mention of mRNA technology. however a small google search "gsk malaria vaccine mrna" tells you the hidden story.

"There is more than one way to skin a cat", so it is said.
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I'm sure Africans are delighted that the WHO will allow them to be used as human pin cushions.

Three shots and a booster again, this time for only 80% efficacy. Shit science.
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Re: If the Africans will not take the death-shot, we have another method - New malaria vaccine is world-changing, say scientists
billygoat gates is producing 30 million mosquitos weekly for a reason.

flying MRNA needles
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Malaria free and blessed with sterility?
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So now that vaccines are all EUA, and no more approvals are needed, we’re gonna have greedy pharma tyrants trying to shove shit into us 24/7.
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Malaria free and blessed with sterility?
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Let us hope so!!!
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Re: If the Africans will not take the death-shot, we have another method - New malaria vaccine is world-changing, say scientists
A malaria vaccine with "world-changing" potential has been developed by scientists at the University of Oxford.

The team expect it to be rolled out next year after trials showed up to 80% protection against the deadly disease.

Crucially, say the scientists, their vaccine is cheap and they already have a deal to manufacture more than 100 million doses a year.

The charity Malaria No More said recent progress meant children dying from malaria could end "in our lifetimes".

It has taken more than a century to develop effective vaccines as the malaria parasite, which is spread by mosquitoes, is spectacularly complex and elusive. It is a constantly moving target, shifting forms inside the body, which make it hard to immunise against.

Last year, the World Health Organization gave the historic go-ahead for the first vaccine - developed by pharmaceutical giant GSK - to be used in Africa.

However, the Oxford team claim their approach is more effective and can be manufactured on a far greater scale.

Trial results from 409 children in Nanoro, Burkina Faso, have been published in the Lancet Infectious Diseases. It shows three initial doses followed by a booster a year later gives up to 80% protection.

[link to www.bbc.co.uk (secure)]

Notice the article makes no mention of mRNA technology. however a small google search "gsk malaria vaccine mrna" tells you the hidden story.

"There is more than one way to skin a cat", so it is said.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 84134887




Theres a treatment. Its called HCQ. Africans know about it. Its the reason they dont get malaria. Theyll just laugh at a vaccine. They know what theyre doing.





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