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sorry in chinese. You may find out more yourselves.
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..but ...but ..I thought American vaccines were dangerous ...killing people in ...Norway...Portugal...

You PDF Chinese folks are a funny lot.. :lol:
 

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without him laying the preliminary ground work of mRNA it would be impossible for Pfizer & Moderna to come out the vaccine within 1 year.
Sadly his work is undermined by Trump's hatred policy towards china
..but ...but ..I thought American vaccines were dangerous ...killing people in ...Norway...Portugal...

You PDF Chinese folks are a funny lot.. :lol:
haha...all of us are guilty of politcal correctness
 

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..but ...but ..I thought American vaccines were dangerous ...killing people in ...Norway...Portugal...

You PDF Chinese folks are a funny lot.. :lol:
I don't see any problem here.
Coming out with the mRNA research and rushing out the vaccine prematurely without ascertaining fully that it is reasonably safe are 2 separate issues and not exclusive to each other.

I am not taking the mRNA vaccines, American or otherwise, until the technology matures further and tested more extensively for a few years at least.
Some may want to take the risk, but its traditional vaccines, American or Chinese, for me.
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He was just one of many in a chain back a few years ago doing Coronavirus messenger RNA research. (Tech the Chinese apparently scoff at BTW at such cutting edge stuff)

A gamble pays off in ‘spectacular success’: How the leading coronavirus vaccines made it to the finish line

They wanted the immune system to learn to recognize the thumbtack spike, so McLellan tasked a scientist in his laboratory with identifying genetic mutations that could anchor the protein into the right configuration. It was a painstaking process for Nianshuang Wang, who now works at a biotechnology company, Regeneron Pharmaceuticals. After trying hundreds of genetic mutations, he found two that worked. Five journals rejected the finding, questioning its significance, before it was published in 2017.


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without him laying the preliminary ground work of mRNA it would be impossible for Pfizer & Moderna to come out the vaccine within 1 year.
Sadly his work is undermined by Trump's hatred policy towards china

haha...all of us are guilty of politcal correctness
Not surprising.
Trump will never give credit to a Chinese researcher for his so-called US solution.
Now they are all heading home, thanks to Trump racist policy, how to make America great again?
 

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