Science and Technology : ( OPERATION " WARP SPEED " ) CORONA VIRUS ANTIBODIES VACCINE RACE AGAINST CHINA, U.S.A and SEVERAL PHARMACEUTICAL COMPANIES

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THIS REPORT BY A PARTICIPANT THAT WAS IN THE TRIALS MODERNA WAS DOING SPOKE OUT
( THEY SIGN NON DISCLOSURE AGREEMENTS .. wow HE VIOLATED THAT ONE I'M SURE )
ABOUT THE TRIAL AND THE EFFECTS THE DRUG HAD ON HIM.

HE COULD HAVE DIED IN THE TEN MINUTE TIME SPAN.. SO LIVING FURTHER AWAY IS PROBLEMATIC WITH ANY OF THESE NEW FLU SHOTS COMING OUT BY FALL IF NOT NOT FIRST OF NEXT YEAR
MY ADVISE AVOID FLU SHOTS.. FOR THOSE WHO DON'T KNOW ... THAT MAY BE OF CERTAIN FAITH.. RATHER NOT TOUCH OR EAT PORK
THEY USE PIGS AND OTHER ANIMALS TO TEST AND GET DRUG STUDIES FROM.
He experienced a severe reaction to Moderna’s Covid-19 vaccine candidate. He’s still a believer
MAY 26, 2020

Haydon doesn’t like needles, and was as worried about the blood draw — which uses a bigger needle — than the actual shot. He remembers waiting, and being told that the reason he was waiting was because researchers were giving doses in ascending order, and he was to receive the high dose of the vaccine. But the injection was uneventful. If his eyes were closed, he said, he would not have felt it. He was given a paper log on which to write down any symptoms, a digital thermometer, and a small ruler to measure any reactions at the injection site.

He had arm pain the next day, “like being punched in the arm,” he said, and for a day he had trouble lifting his arm at the shoulder. But within days he was back to normal.

Haydon said he was slightly nervous before the second dose. He knew that second doses were given to increase the immune system’s response, and wondered if he might have more side effects. His arm became sore much more quickly this time. He got home from the clinic at about noon. At around 10 p.m., he started to get chills. He’s normally too hot at night, but he bundled up in sweats. His fingertips felt cold. He fell asleep, but woke up a few hours later with a raging fever.

At 1:30 a.m., his temperature was 103.2 degrees. At 3:45, it was 103 degrees. He was nauseous, and his muscles hurt.

The clinic where he was vaccinated had given him a 24-hour phone number to call, but he’d been reticent. His girlfriend, with whom he lives, called. They said to go to urgent care. It was a 10-minute drive. They arrived at 5 a.m.
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The doctors met him in what looked like space suits. Even though he’d had a vaccine, he was also a potential Covid patient. They took him into an exam room, took a lot of blood, and gave him a nasal swab. He asked them to avoid his left arm, where he’d gotten the vaccine, but they ended up taking blood from both of his arms. His fever had already fallen to 99.8 degrees. They gave him Tylenol. The physician taking care of him offered to try to get him admitted to a neighboring hospital, but he decided to head home.

He and his girlfriend arrived home at 7 a.m., and he slept until noon. His temperature was 101.5. He got up to go to the bathroom, and became so nauseous he threw up. On his way back from the bathroom, he fainted. His girlfriend caught him and kept his head from hitting the floor.

She then called one of the doctors working in the study, and asked what they should do. The doctor told them he could go back to urgent care, or call 911, and reminded them that all his medical costs would be covered by the study.

But he got to a couch and was given sports drinks. He spent the afternoon there, with a wet towel on his head, fighting the fever. By 9:45 p.m., it was back down to 99.1. It tapered off. He says he felt better within a few days, and has had no side effects since.

Haydon said the experience left him as sick as he’d ever felt. But standard flu-like symptoms that resolve within a day are not necessarily considered a reason not to use a vaccine that prevents a more serious illness.

Given the stakes of a Covid-19 vaccine, the side effects described in the Moderna release would likely be seen as acceptable even if they turned out to be seen in future studies. The severe effects were only seen at high doses that are not being taken forward. The other vaccine for which early data are available caused fever in almost half of recipients.

But it’s also not clear what will happen as the vaccine moves into larger studies. “Humans have a very diverse immune system,” said Larry Schlesinger, the president and CEO of the Texas Biomedical Research Institute, a nonprofit. “And then you add on top of that diabetes or, you know, age 70 and you can imagine that the immune response will be very, very different.”

The difficulty, Schlesinger said, is that right now we are only getting “tidbits” of information about the new vaccine.

“Tidbits of science are always dangerous for the public to read because they give a false understanding, or a false sense of security, that we’re making progress or not,” Schlesinger said. “And then tomorrow we hear something completely opposite. And before you know it, the credibility of the scientific process is undermined and people stop listening.”

What does he think now? “It’s just not enough information at the current time.” That’s why we need clinical trials — and volunteers like Ian Haydon.




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THEY WERE LEADING IN THE FIND FOR A VIRUS ANTIBODY STUDY THAT SHOWED FIRST TRIAL POSITIVES UNTIL TODAY. THEIR STOCK DROP CONSIDERABLY. BECAUSE THEY ANNOUNDED THEY MAY BE READY BY ( JANUARY 20, 20221 ) JUST AFTER THE CURRENT ADMINISTRATION LEAVES OFFICE.. THE LAST DAY NO DOUBT.

TOO WHEN THEY ARE CONDUCTING TRIALS. THEY NEED TO STOP REPORTING EARLY SUCCESS TO DRIVE THEIR STOCK.
COMPANIES DO THAT BECAUSE THE SHAREHOLDERS GREED IS BLIND. THIS ANNOUNCEMENT WAS COSTLY AND THE TRIAL PARTICIPANT.. SHOULD BE RELEASED FOR DISCLOSING ANYTHING ABOUT THE TRIALS. THE STORY IS ABOVE ABOUT HIM.
BECAUSE THAT LEADS THE TRIAL PARTICIPATES TO BR COAXED TO SPEAK OUT ABOUT HOW THEY FELT AFTER TAKING THE DRUG. THAT GAVE THE AMMUNITION HERE TO SINK THAT ANNOUNCEMENT AND PAYER LOWER IN THIS ( NEW RACE ) TO BE THE ONE

Early results from Moderna coronavirus vaccine trial show participants developed antibodies against the virus

(CNN)Volunteers who received Moderna's Covid-19 vaccine had positive early results, according to the biotech company, which partnered with the National Institutes of Health to develop the vaccine.

If future studies go well, the company's vaccine could be available to the public as early as January, Dr. Tal Zaks, Moderna's chief medical officer, told CNN.

"This is absolutely good news and news that we think many have been waiting for for quite some time," Zaks said.
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Moderna, based in Cambridge, Massachusetts, is one of eight developers worldwide doing human clinical trials with a vaccine against the novel coronavirus, according to the World Health Organization. Two others, Pfizer and Inovio, are also in the United States, one is at the University of Oxford in Britain, and four are in China.
Moderna has vaccinated dozens of study participants and measured antibodies in eight of them. All eight developed neutralizing antibodies to the virus at levels reaching or exceeding the levels seen in people who've naturally recovered from Covid-19, according to the company.

Neutralizing antibodies bind to the virus, disabling it from attacking human cells.

"We've demonstrated that these antibodies, this immune response, can actually block the virus," Zaks said. "I think this is a very important first step in our journey towards having a vaccine."

A vaccine specialist who is not involved in Moderna's work said the company's results are "great."
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"It shows that not only did the antibody bind to the virus, but it prevented the virus from infecting the cells," said Dr. Paul Offit, a member of the NIH panel that's setting a framework for vaccine studies in the US.
While the vaccine had promising results in the lab, it's not known if it will protect people in the real world. The US Food and Drug Administration has cleared the company to begin Phase 2 trials, which typically involve several hundred of people, and Moderna plans to start large-scale clinical trials, known as Phase 3 trials, in July. These typically involve tens of thousands of people.

Offit said before the pandemic, vaccine developers would usually test out their product in thousands of people before moving on to Phase 3, but said Moderna is "extremely unlikely" to have vaccinated that many by July, since they've only vaccinated dozens so far.

He said it makes sense to Moderna to move into Phase 3 without vaccinating that many people, given that Covid-19 is killing thousands of people each day.
 

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OF COURSE GATES AND HIS FOUNDATION

ALONG WITH MANY OPPORTUNISTIC INDIVIDUALS ARE CAPITALIZING ON THIS VIRUS PANDEMIC AND EVEN IF THEY REALLY I MEAN REALLY CARED A FRICTION.

CARE MORE ABOUT GETTING PAID ON THE PHARMACEUTICALS THEY BACK PROMOTE AND START.

THEY CUT OUT THE COMPANY " MODERNA " ABOVE.. BECAUSE THEY AREN'T PART OF THIS COLLABORATION
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Gates Foundation in ‘unprecedented’ coronavirus partnership with industry

Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Coronavirus

‘Collective action is critical,’ says Novartis CEO on industry partnership with Gates Foundation to accelerate treatments for COVID-19.

After the Bill & Melinda Gates, the Wellcome Trust and Mastercard came together to form the COVID-19 Therapeutics Accelerator, the newly-founded organization quickly created a partnership with 15 companies across the industry.

The companies include some of the largest pharma companies in the business, including Novartis, Merck (known as MSD outside of the US and Canada), Pfizer, Sanofi, J&J, and Eli Lilly, among other companies of similar scale.
 
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