courtesy of Prof. Katalin Kariko

by Dr. William Makis MD

March 29, 2023

“Imagine visiting your doctor for a routine checkup, and on top of the usual shots — the annual flu or COVID vaccine — your doctor asks if you’d like to be vaccinated for cancer. All cancer — lung, skin, colon, you name it — with just one mildly uncomfortable jab in the arm.”

This is how a March 25, 2023 New York Post article starts. (click here)

“That scenario, which sounds like something out of science fiction, might be closer than you think. And it’s mostly thanks to the COVID vaccine – which in a few short years has become the highest-profile of the increasingly influential family known as mRNA vaccines.”

“Anna Blakney, an RNA researcher at the University of British Columbia, says we are currently in the midst of an “mRNA renaissance.

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