posted ago by riceman ago by riceman +5 / -0

My mother in law had received one jab, about two weeks later started having real bad hip/lower back pain, she ended up having to have back surgery. Anyone else know of things like this happening? The interwebs didn't show me nothing. I did see a post a while back about vaccines and spine deterioration.

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WhiteLeftistsRGeeks 3 points ago +3 / -0

There's not enough evidence yet to determine is the experimental gene therapy serum injected into your mother-in-law's body was the cause. The clinical trials are still ongoing. All who received the experimental injection are the clinical trials' subjects. We should know more next year.

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riceman [S] 1 point ago +1 / -0

I am also interested in past occurrences of other vaccines and or trials. I understand it is in trials now, just was curious of others personal experiences. Thanks

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WhiteLeftistsRGeeks 2 points ago +2 / -0

I've been around dozens of people who got the Johnson & Johnson experimental gene therapy injection. All are fine.

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riceman [S] 1 point ago +1 / -0

From my understanding J and J is not an mRNA vaccine, that is why you only get one.

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Allister 2 points ago +2 / -0

These mRNA vaccines are entirely brand new and have only really existed for around a year there is essentially no data on them beyond the ongoing clinical trials and those trials include the public that is getting jabbed. Consider the fact that most vaccines take 10-15 years on average to get to market, these have only existed for about a year, we really won't know enough about their side effects for another decade or more.

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riceman [S] 2 points ago +2 / -0

Really, I read they been working on them for the better part of a decade. You think they made an entirely new tech and started testing it in like six months or whatever? Maybe, I doubt it. Even if it is brand new, most new things come with an element of what has worked in the past. I am not a scientist, I just try to think critically and logically. Don't always work out.

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Allister 2 points ago +2 / -0

Yeah they have been 'working; on mRNA vaccines for about 30 years for well-known diseases with very poor results and a ton of serious side effects that made almost every actual vaccine company in the world abandon mRNA vaccine testing and development. And in that 30 years not a single viable approved mRNA vaccine was ever developed even for well-studied viruses like influenza.

Then poof a brand new never before seen virus appeared and poof just like that the first-ever supposedly viable mRNA vaccines were created, not one but two different ones just like that, for a virus that had only existed for a few months that no one knew much if anything about. So yes they did for all intents create an entirely new tech and start testing an entirely new type of vaccine it in about six months for a virus that was unknown to man until just a few months before that.

Another bit of trivia, Moderna has just one commercial product, their Covid vaccine nothing else they have developed has ever been approved.

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Somalia_is_gay 0 points ago +2 / -2

You'll never know. Big pharma is funding a huge propaganda campaign to suppress any negative stories.