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This is a discussion on pfizer shot within the General Prepper and Survival Talk forums, part of the Survivalist, Prepper, Bushcrafter, Forest Rangers category; Originally Posted by Wedrownik You do realize that this vaccine type existed for quite a bit already? I know that the concept has been in ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wedrownik View Post
    You do realize that this vaccine type existed for quite a bit already?
    I know that the concept has been in the works for years. Did you miss it when I said I was aware of mRNA vaccine notions long before the KungFlu?

    There are reasons why it hasn't been accepted for use on humans.
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    It doesn't matter. You took it. I wish you all the good fortune as possible.
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    So I slept through the night, arm a bit sore but for the most part I am feeling good: definitely no weird cravings of the flesh.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Denton View Post
    I know that the concept has been in the works for years. Did you miss it when I said I was aware of mRNA vaccine notions long before the KungFlu?

    There are reasons why it hasn't been accepted for use on humans.
    This is my issue with it. Yes they have been working with mRNA as a vehicle for many things for years, I think at least 15-20. Mainly cancer and HIV applications. Before now they hadn't been largely successful in stabilizing it. How they managed to do, in a span of 3-4 months what they couldn't do for 15+ years is extremely sketch in my opinion. I know, necessity is the mother of all invention but it just seems on the side of unbelievable.

    The technology definitely seems promising but without having good data on long term side effects it seems too risky for me as a younger healthy adult. Those with compromised immune systems or that are older would likely weight the benefit to risk ratio differently then I do.

    I truly hope my concerns are unfounded and those taking it remain well and have no long term adverse effects.
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    Until COVID, there hasn't been a single licensed vaccine ever produced using this mRNA process.
    This alone makes it worth waiting.

    We aren't talking about a potential therapy for a few thousand people.
    We are discussing a vaccination that could affect millions in the U.S., and billions abroad.

    I won't be jumping on that bandwagon too soon. I'm a young and relatively healthy person. For now, I'll get my immunity the old fashioned way
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    Imagine that!

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    100% of people who drink water die.
    Mistake #1 is expressing my opinion, mistake #2 is defending it. Yet here I am.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SAR-1L View Post
    100% of people who drink water die.
    ...insert inappropriate W.C. Fields quote about drinking water here...
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    Maybe it takes weeks, or even months before you turn into a walking liberal, then you die.
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    Arm soreness is almost gone. Altogether feeling good...

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