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Scientists Testing Bird Flu Vaccine

A third human case [of bird flu] has been reported in the U.S.—another farm worker in Michigan. While officials say the risk to the general public remains low, work on vaccines is already underway. Tonight, scientists are ramping up vaccine testing to prevent bird flu transmission between cows and people, as the CDC confirms a third rare human case in the U.S.

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  1. I hope folks hearing about this – that is more fear-mongering in prep for yet another try (with some good success, unfortunately) at another scamdemic – they will spend some better use of our reason, intellect, at investigating the work of: Drs. Mark and Samantha Bailey, Dr. Tom Cowan, Dr. Andrew Kaufman, the website ‘ViroLIEgy, and many others in this field of true science and medicine. They all have given us many detailed articles and shorter but concise videos to “open our eyes,” as a saying goes.

  2. Let that sink in for a minute: “scientists are ramping up vaccine testing to prevent BIRD flu transmission between COWS and PEOPLE”

    A disease caused by environmental conditions (like ammonia pollution) where fowl are raised, is claimed to be caused by a virus (for which there is no evidence) that can somehow jump to cows (no proof) and from there jump to humans, (again, for which there is no scientific proof that a diseased animal can “infect” a healthy human or animal).

    The real reason is obvious. An exponential explosion of vaccine $revenue especially if the tax payer pays the bill. The market for human vaccines plus all the beef & dairy herds plus the flocks of birds. Nice work if you can get it.

    I thought I had read most of the literature looking at whether disease jumps from one animal or plant to another healthy subject. About 20 papers in English. But I was about to be brutally humbled. Along comes Daniel Roytas who uncovered 200 research articles. I highly recommend his new book about contagion called “Can You Catch a Cold?” He includes a helpful summary of Pasteur vs Bechamp, which is heavy going if you tried to read that book.

  3. I heard on TV 📺 their were 3 cases of bird flu discovered in farm workers, and only 1 had symptoms.
    They r testing non synthetic people. What is the false positive rate?
    no bird flu. just bad tests.

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