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Definition of Vaccines...Are Covid Vaccines Really Vaccines?

I wanted to present a discussion of what I observe around the Covid "vaccines". I just wanted to clear up some facts and present information that is not being presented on the general news media. First, lets jump in and define what a vaccine is...

"Vaccine" when I looked it up on the internet is defined as: A preparation of a weakened or killed pathogen, such as a bacterium or virus, or of a portion of the pathogen's structure that upon administration to an individual stimulates antibody production or cellular immunity against the pathogen but is incapable of causing severe infection. And...that IS what I was taught in general high school biology as well.

So, what does this mean in simpler English? It means you break a virus to bits, give the bits to a person...the immune system recognizes these bits of virus and develops resistance to getting the real, full infection later. So, after being exposed to virus "pieces" don't get sick later. The medical and legal definitions of vaccine are not being met by these shots. I know, I is really inconvenient to have to define your terms and stick to the truth. :)

Moderna and Pfizer are names you hear a lot for the vaccines. These companies are not technically making a vaccine because there are no "bits" of the virus. So, if you are not getting bits of the virus like in a true vaccine, what are you getting? They are using synthetic mRNA to attempt to give a person less symptoms once they get the virus. Having less symptoms is a good idea...but does that mean once you have the vaccine that you won't get sick from Covid? No. You can still get sick from the virus. And does that mean that once you have the vaccine that you won't be contagious to other people? No...if you get the virus, you will supposedly have less symptoms but you are still able to spread the virus to others.

I wanted to be clear that I am not against efforts to help slow disease...but let's call these things by their correct names. The correct name is not a Covid is experimental mRNA (gene) therapy. It is experimental because it has not had trials on a large population before being allowed to be declared safe. The experiment is on us, the general population. And it is new technology. And the "gene therapy" is a correct term also because it modifies the messenger ribonucleic acid (mRNA) in our cells. It does not modify the DNA, but instead the RNA. M-RNA therapy has never been used on a large scale before. And in my readings the intent of this experimental gene therapy is to make people feel less sick, not to prevent being sick. So, the intent is not to teach your immune system to fight off the virus. It has no bits and pieces of the virus. It is not a vaccine. I just wanted to be clear on the definition. I am actually not making any outlandish arguments.. just stating the obvious. This is new. This is technically a different technology. This has not had sufficient time to be tested. That is all.

I support anyone who doesn't want the vaccine because this is new stuff and let's wait and see if it is safe after 5 years and lawsuits have settled down. I support anyone who wants to get the experimental gene therapy...many people report no side effects... but I have seen people who felt very ill after the shots. They then came to my office to help recover. If you need help with or without the shots, I am here and I support all of my patients in being as healthy as possible.