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Matt72

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coronavirus vaccination
« on: Thursday 28-Jan-2021, 11:09* »
Anyone having this experimental vaccine is crazy. They trialled the mRNA vaccine on ferrets about 10 years ago. Ferrets have a similar immune system to humans. There were some promising results to start with but when they introduced a wild virus back into the ferrets the immune system attacked the healthy cells/tissues and all the ferrets became ill and most of them died. The vaccine had created an autoimmune disorder. The problems won't start occurring just yet. It will be 2 to 5 years when people who have taken this vaccine will suffer.
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JammyGit

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Re: coronavirus vaccination
« Reply #1 on: Thursday 28-Jan-2021, 11:14* »
Please, let's not have this kind of wild misinformation on this board.
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MadMax

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« Reply #2 on: Thursday 28-Jan-2021, 11:30* »
Please, let's not have this kind of wild misinformation on this board.

Agreed but at least we now have some great advice about vaccinating our ferrets!
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Bolly-Quin

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Re: coronavirus vaccination
« Reply #3 on: Thursday 28-Jan-2021, 13:13* »
Anyone having this experimental vaccine is crazy. They trialled the mRNA vaccine on ferrets about 10 years ago. Ferrets have a similar immune system to humans. There were some promising results to start with but when they introduced a wild virus back into the ferrets the immune system attacked the healthy cells/tissues and all the ferrets became ill and most of them died. The vaccine had created an autoimmune disorder. The problems won't start occurring just yet. It will be 2 to 5 years when people who have taken this vaccine will suffer.

My ... friend has a ferret - if I he spoke to it Dalrompole of the Bailey's in a furtive manner, after a match, does it mean he'll turn into a fish?
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Quanks

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Re: coronavirus vaccination
« Reply #4 on: Thursday 28-Jan-2021, 17:50* »
It will be 2 to 5 years when people who have taken this vaccine will suffer.

But by then the microchips in the vaccine will automatically call an ambulance for us.

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« Reply #5 on: Thursday 28-Jan-2021, 19:07* »
If i get a ferret and vaccinate it, does this mean that I get protection from Covid? If so perhaps that means I'll be able to attend the Ricoh Arena.

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« Reply #6 on: Thursday 28-Jan-2021, 23:35* »
Do NOT do this to your ferret, especially if it has COVID...

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-york-north-yorkshire-55843797

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Re: coronavirus vaccination
« Reply #7 on: Friday 29-Jan-2021, 08:02* »
Anyone having this experimental vaccine is crazy. They trialled the mRNA vaccine on ferrets about 10 years ago. Ferrets have a similar immune system to humans. There were some promising results to start with but when they introduced a wild virus back into the ferrets the immune system attacked the healthy cells/tissues and all the ferrets became ill and most of them died. The vaccine had created an autoimmune disorder. The problems won't start occurring just yet. It will be 2 to 5 years when people who have taken this vaccine will suffer.

I'd like to see your objective evidence for this. A literature search on mRNA vaccines and ferrets in the scientific literature doesn't reveal this adverse effect. Ferrets are used widely in vaccine and immunological studies so this effect would have been identified by now.

As a healthcare professional and scientist, I really do get totally hacked off by idiots who would rather believe what someone on the Internet tells them rather than use critically appraised peer reviewed eveidence. This diesease is killing thousands of people everyday as well as causing serious short and long term illness for many more and vaccination in the end is the only way out of the pandemic. The evidence is vaccination over the last 100 years or so has had a major benefit on human help, smallpox has been eliminated, polio is close to being  eliminated, measle has been reduced dramatically, rubella complications in pregnant women almost disappeared in this country, typhoid, typhus and diphtheria almost eliminated and hardly anyone gets tetanus after wounds in dirty conditions (probably the most rugby related one). We don't need you and other idiots circulating false information that might stop people getting vaccinated. P
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Fearless Fred

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Re: coronavirus vaccination
« Reply #8 on: Friday 29-Jan-2021, 08:38* »
I'd like to see your objective evidence for this. A literature search on mRNA vaccines and ferrets in the scientific literature doesn't reveal this adverse effect. Ferrets are used widely in vaccine and immunological studies so this effect would have been identified by now.

As a healthcare professional and scientist, I really do get totally hacked off by idiots who would rather believe what someone on the Internet tells them rather than use critically appraised peer reviewed eveidence. This diesease is killing thousands of people everyday as well as causing serious short and long term illness for many more and vaccination in the end is the only way out of the pandemic. The evidence is vaccination over the last 100 years or so has had a major benefit on human help, smallpox has been eliminated, polio is close to being  eliminated, measle has been reduced dramatically, rubella complications in pregnant women almost disappeared in this country, typhoid, typhus and diphtheria almost eliminated and hardly anyone gets tetanus after wounds in dirty conditions (probably the most rugby related one). We don't need you and other idiots circulating false information that might stop people getting vaccinated. P

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BedfordshireBoy

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« Reply #9 on: Saturday 30-Jan-2021, 10:04* »
Had my vaccination this morning.

Bolly-Quin

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« Reply #10 on: Monday 01-Feb-2021, 01:51* »
Had my vaccination this morning.

Have you grown a tail yet and started to squeak like a ferret? If you have, go straight to your nearest Apple iVet and squeak to anyone that understands you!
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