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For mRNA vaccines, we should stick to the schedule | Angela Rasmussen and Ilan Schwartz
Vaccines are our best hope for controlling Covid-19. But they should be delivered in ways that we know are effective, say virologist Angela Rasmussen and infectious diseases doctor Ilan Schwartz
http://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2021/jan/06/mrna-vaccines-schedule-covid-19
Dr. Angela Rasmussen @angie_rasmussen - Wed Jan 06
We shouldn’t be talking about plunging ahead with new vaccine dosing schemes without data when we’ve already got schedules that work well, esp when we can’t distribute the supplies we have! My latest for @guardian with the great @GermHunterMD: theguardian.com/commentisfree/…
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onisillos sekkides 💙 @onisillos - Wed Jan 06
For mRNA vaccines, we should stick to the schedule | Angela Rasmussen and Ilan Schwartz theguardian.com/commentisfree/…
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Peter Collignon @CollignonPeter - Wed Jan 06
We need to give vaccines in ways that data show they work well and regulators approve. Giving just one dose and/ markedly delaying the second dose is an unjustified experiment we should stick to the schedule | Angela Rasmussen and Ilan Schwartz theguardian.com/commentisfree/…
Ash Paul @pash22 - Wed Jan 06
For mRNA vaccines, we should stick to the schedule via @angie_rasmussen and @GermHunterMD theguardian.com/commentisfree/…
Peter Collignon @CollignonPeter - Wed Jan 06
Vaccination remains our best hope for controlling Covid-19. But fiddling with the vaccination schedule or dose risks undermining public confidence in the rigorous nature of development, testing and regulatory oversight of the vaccines. theguardian.com/commentisfree/…