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Old 11-05-2012, 08:03 PM
Location: Texas
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"The technology that we're describing in this paper can be used to develop a vaccine against any virus, any parasite, any fungus, whereas this was never possible before the development of recombinant attenuated bacterial strains like those produced in our lab," Curtiss says.
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Old 11-20-2012, 02:33 PM
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DNA vaccines can only work by altering our DNA, by changing us at a cellular level. DNA vaccines also require a special technology to deliver them (not the interstitial spaces between the muscle cells) but into the cell nucleus....Once that new DNA arrives, the muscle cell will be forced to produce the viral protein potentially for the rest of your life.....Lets hope these scientists test this vaccine on themselves (over a period of time), and don't just add ANOTHER ONE onto our infants immunization schedule, which has already grown to monstrous and deadly proportions.........Humans as GMOs? New Vaccine Technology Alters our DNA | drcate.com
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