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From COVID to cancer: High hopes for 'versatile' mRNA

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By Julien DURY

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This is why we are seeing so many deaths and adverse reactions post vaccination.

oh ok so state your evidence show us the research institute that prove that mrna vaccines are cause 10s thousands of deaths. over 1 billion mrna vaccines have been administered worldwide, no reports of mass deaths or major health problems. meanwhile over 250million and 5 million deaths worldwide from unvaccinated covid patients

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This is why we are seeing so many deaths and adverse reactions post vaccination. We don't need these technologies to fight cancer.

provide a link to your evidence.

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I know cancer stories & research are important to all @zichi 12:10pm but don’t you think your demand for someone to “provide a link to your evidence” appears somewhat hypocritical when you’ve been asked nicely, twice in 36 hours, to provide the source of two very distinctive claims you made in other threads?

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In 2005 researchers Katalin Kariko and Drew Weissman...

Yeah, we keep reading about these two in the MSM, but we never see any mention of Robert Malone who developed the core technology as a gene therapy to treat tumors:

A decade later, scientists were able to get the same results in mice, but mRNA still had two major drawbacks as a medical tool.

For one thing, cells in live animals resisted synthetic mRNA, provoking a dangerous immune response.

Yeah, that is all Robert Malone, and from this drawback, he came up with the idea of using this technology as a vaccine.

Strange that his name (Robert Malone) is never included in these articles. Is it because of his views on the current mRNA vaccines?

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Yeah, we keep reading about these two in the MSM, but we never see any mention of Robert Malone who developed the core technology as a gene therapy to treat tumors:

That is because he did not, he just made a small incremental advancement on something huge that was done before and with many extra steps that came later, his "ideas" are not exactly original either, mRNA has only one function, to temporarily make cells produce proteins, so anybody interested in it, is for that purpose, which is exactly what vaccines are about. He is not mentioned because the only one that thinks his work is vital for mRNA vaccines is himself, for the scientific community Kariko and Weissman are much more deserving of credit.

That they are not prone to repeat baseless mistaken theories repeatedly disproved by actual evidence makes them much more respectable as well.

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Strange that his name (Robert Malone) is never included in these articles. Is it because of his views on the current mRNA vaccines?

Perhaps it's because his contribution is not considered so significant. From Wikipedia (possibly untrue, but how to know):

Malone claims to be the inventor of mRNA vaccines, although credit for the distinction is more often given to later advancements by Katalin Karikó or Derrick Rossi, and was ultimately the result of the contributions of hundreds of researchers, of which Malone was but one.

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