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    Lightbulb New Vaccine Developed By Massachusetts’ Doctor to Prevent Lyme Disease In Humans

    New Vaccine Developed By Massachusetts’ Doctor to Prevent Lyme Disease In Humans

    Clinical studies have begun for making your enjoyment of the outdoors a l
    https://www.fieldandstream.com/story...ease-vaccine/?
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    Quote Originally Posted by mosquito View Post
    New Vaccine Developed By Massachusetts’ Doctor to Prevent Lyme Disease In Humans

    Clinical studies have begun for making your enjoyment of the outdoors a l
    https://www.fieldandstream.com/story...ease-vaccine/?
    I sure hope it works, will save people a lot of grief and agony.

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    Wow great news. Thanks

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    I'll bet it's the same drug we've been giving to our horses and our dogs....

    Thanks for the post Mosq...good info !!
    Last edited by MikePal; March 3rd, 2021 at 06:29 PM.
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    I f true and it will be working-i will vote for Nobel prize in Medicine for this Dr.

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    Good news.

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    This is interesting..there was a previous Human vaccine.

    People living in endemic areas acquire Lyme disease from the bite of an infected tick. This infection, when diagnosed and treated early in its course, usually responds well to antibiotic therapy. A minority of patients develops more serious disease, particularly after a delay in diagnosis or therapy, and sometimes chronic neurological, cardiac, or rheumatological manifestations. In 1998, the FDA approved a new recombinant Lyme vaccine, LYMErix™, which reduced new infections in vaccinated adults by nearly 80%. Just 3 years later, the manufacturer voluntarily withdrew its product from the market amidst media coverage, fears of vaccine side-effects, and declining sales. This paper reviews these events in detail and focuses on the public communication of risks and benefits of the Lyme vaccine and important lessons learned.
    if your interested in the topic...this is an excellent paper on what went wrong with the 1st Vaccine and how public perception of vaccines sunk it. :

    https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/art...870557/http://
    Last edited by MikePal; March 3rd, 2021 at 07:24 PM.
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