If you want to make up your own mind about the new , never before used, experimental Covid vaccines, I suggest this https://youtu.be/FWWPJ9TaRbA
If their idea turns out to be safe, millions of lives could be saved. But we do not know the long term consequences of introducing genetic engineering into humans. Are you willing to try it even if the disease is not that deadly for most people? Click the following blog link to read what Moderna has to say about their new drug platform and it’s potential. One thing that jumps out at me is that if they can actually cure diseases, it will create many ripples ,people will have longer lives, fewer healthcare treatments will be needed, fewer Rx drugs needed if it works, a hit to existing drug companies and doctors who treat chronic conditions. I imagine that has not been overlooked by the people currently raking in billions in treating chronic disease symptoms.
I will be adding to this article as I discover more information. Check back for updates.
“Biology dogma: DNA — mRNA — proteins. The biotech industry has made wonders for patients in the last 30 years making recombinant proteins, like EPO and insulin. What if mRNA could be a drug and the body could make its own missing proteins on demand?”- From the video info.
For more details about the development of DNA and RNA vaccines , way before 2020, check out this white paper by Moderna. https://www.modernatx.com/sites/default/files/RNA_Vaccines_White_Paper_Moderna_050317_v8_4.pdf
This article says that mRNA vaccines are much more simple than genetic therapy and that we are still years away from the big breakthroughs needed for the medical revolution. https://www.sciencemag.org/news/2020/12/messenger-rna-gave-us-covid-19-vaccine-will-it-treat-diseases-too
Update: as of 5/3/2021 there have been 3,544 post-vaccine deaths reported to the Vaccine Adverse Effects Reporting System, including three teenagers. And over 118,000 adverse events.
Let me know what you think? What impact would an effective cure for disease have on the world? Is this a good idea? Is it playing God? If your child had a rare disease would you try it on them?