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Dr. Carrie Madej on Coronavirus Vaccines

On her studies of the Vaccines coming out and what you need to know about these vaccines before taking it “Moderna.”

On her studies of the Vaccines coming out and what you need to know about these vaccines before taking it “Moderna.”


Scientists at the Food and Drug Administration endorsed the Covid-19 vaccine developed by Moderna as safe and efficacious on Tuesday, one day after the first doses of a competing vaccine from Pfizer and BioNTech were delivered across the United States.

The FDA reviewers said that the two-dose vaccine “was highly effective” in preventing symptomatic Covid-19 from occurring “at least 14 days after the receipt of the second dose.” 

Vaccine-related side effects, such as aches and pains, appeared more severe than with the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine, though such comparisons should be made with caution and are in no way expected to slow the clearance of the vaccine or present major concerns. There was also preliminary evidence that the vaccine has some efficacy after one dose, and that it prevents asymptomatic Covid-19 cases — those that occur without a person ever feeling ill. All of this is okay but watch the video about what Dr. Carrie Madej tell us about Moderna and other vaccines coming out. WHAT IS IN THOSE VACCINESS…

https://www.fda.gov/media/144434/download

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