Saturday, October 9, 2021

Elie Dolgin - The tangled history of mRNA vaccines

 Hundreds of scientists had worked on mRNA vaccines for decades before the coronavirus pandemic brought a breakthrough.

You can see why Robert Malone became so disappointed and bitter, he was one of the first to experiment with mRNA technology, but he made some bad decisions and ended up in the wrong place at the wrong time and lost out. He doesn't feel he's getting the credit he deserves or the rewards. 

The debate over who deserves credit for pioneering the technology is heating up as awards start rolling out — and the speculation is getting more intense in advance of the Nobel prize announcements next month. But formal prizes restricted to only a few scientists will fail to recognize the many contributors to mRNA’s medical development. In reality, the path to mRNA vaccines drew on the work of hundreds of researchers over more than 30 years.

 Elie Dolgin - The tangled history of mRNA vaccines

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