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(NPR)   A box of 200 mosquitoes did the vaccinating in a malaria trial. THAT'S NOT THE JOKE   (npr.org) divider line
    More: Spiffy, Malaria, experimental malaria vaccine, scientist Dr. Sean Murphy, Carolina Reid, live malaria-causing Plasmodium parasites, Vaccine, use of a genetically modified live parasite, clinical trial  
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2022-09-27 8:46:49 AM  
It's a cheap way to test the vaccine approach. Sounds like it was a limited success.
 
2022-09-27 8:55:10 AM  
Looking at the after photo, I think I'd just have a tub of cortisone to put my arm in.
 
2022-09-27 8:57:05 AM  
Bill Gates should get involved with this just to scare conservatives.
 
2022-09-27 9:06:37 AM  

Braggi: Bill Gates should get involved with this just to scare conservatives.


Malaria isn't real. I've never met anyone that had it.
 
2022-09-27 9:16:57 AM  
Now do covid with flees, the plague rats won't suspect a thing.
 
2022-09-27 12:37:16 PM  

Hobbess: Looking at the after photo, I think I'd just have a tub of cortisone to put my arm in.


After seeing that pic, OH HELL NO.
 
2022-09-27 1:25:48 PM  
Cue anti-vax nimrods squealing about forced incognito vaccines in 3...2...1.
 
2022-09-27 7:34:16 PM  

Mr. Fuzzypaws: Braggi: Bill Gates should get involved with this just to scare conservatives.

Malaria isn't real. I've never met anyone that had it.


I've been vaccinated against malaria before going to India.
 
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