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Did you know that in several studies involving mice vaccinated against the SARS Coronavirus the mice had a severe respiratory reaction when they encountered the virus?

Did you know that in several studies involving mice vaccinated against the SARS Coronavirus the mice had a severe respiratory reaction when they encountered the virus?

Since 2012: "One of the first concerns with the application of a SARS-CoV vaccine has been the experience of other coronavirus infections that have led to increased disease and immunopathology in animals when they were infected with the virus. ... A concern reinforced by the news that animals given an aluminum adjuvanted SARS vaccine and subsequently infected with SARS-CoV exhibited a pulmonary immunopathological reaction reminiscent of that described for respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) in infants and in animal models that had been given the RSV vaccine and became naturally (neonates) or artificially (animals) infected with RSV ... From these various observations, there was therefore concern over the administration of candidate vaccines against SARS to humans -CoV ".

Photos: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3335060/

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