A Vaccine Vaccine?

It’s pre-print, not yet peer-reviewed or formally published. So maybe it’s a joke. But a vaccine to protect you against the ChinCOVID “vaccines”?


A drug candidate for treating adverse reactions caused by pathogenic antibodies inducible by COVID-19 virus and vaccines
In a recent study, we reported that certain anti-spike antibodies of COVID-19 and SARS-CoV viruses can have a pathogenic effect through binding to sick lung epithelium cells and misleading immune responses to attack self-cells. We termed this new pathogenic mechanism “Antibody Dependent Auto-Attack” (ADAA). This study explores a drug candidate for prevention and treatment of such ADAA-based diseases.
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In addition, the formulation has potential to prevent and treat the adverse reactions of COVID-19 vaccines because the vaccines can induce similar antibodies, including pathogenic antibodies. The formulation will be helpful in increasing the safety of the vaccines without reducing the vaccine’s efficacy.


Assuming this is real, it gives me warm fuzzies about the safety of the ChinCOVID pseudo-vaccines.

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