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    Guess Who Developed The Spike Proteins Used In COVID Vaccines

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    Analysis by Dr. Joseph Mercola

    In a stunning analysis of mRNA-based COVID-19 vaccine candidates, patent applications and intellectual property claims, two researchers have discovered that the National Institutes of Health developed the stabilized version of the spike protein used in the vaccines.

    Moderna, CureVAc, Pfizer and BioNTech all disclosed that their mRNA vaccine candidates employ the NIH’s protein. Not only that, the researchers said, “It is also important to note that the U.S. National Institutes of Health (NIH) and Moderna entered into an agreement in 2019 to co-develop coronavirus vaccines; however, this was before the identification and spread of SARS-CoV-2.”

    To repeat: Moderna and the NIH had an agreement to develop coronavirus vaccines BEFORE the identification and spread of SARS-CoV-2. “The NIH also has four other provisional patent applications on a novel coronavirus vaccine as disclosed in a recent publication,” the researchers added.

    Other findings show that the scientists have been studying mRNA as a novel therapeutic for decades, and that the NIH’s patents are connected to more than a dozen vaccine developers, either directly or through sublicensing. The links are depicted on a graph in the journal Nature Biotechnology.

    SOURCE: Nature Biotechnology May 12, 2021

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    1 year ago

    I heard this before! So did you know the Common Cold is Considered a Corona Virus.

    1 year ago
    Reply to  Smile

    Yes, just like there is more than one type of herpes virus.

    And if you’re trying to imply COVID is no different than a cold, then also tell me that getting a cold sore on your lip is the same as getting a life-long STD.

    1 year ago

    Good job, Citizens Opinion, way to spin your fragile readers into yet another tizzy. Too bad you don’t care that they actually believe your BS and put their health at risk.

    Or is this another Kraken moment where you expect no reasonable person would actually believe your crap?

    1 year ago

    The way this is written sounds suspiciously like fearmongering.

    Coronaviruses are common, there’s nothing strange about creating a vaccine for any of them, and then modifying it for the specific COVID-19
    type that we got.

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