Polio in New York

petros

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I was referring to current and possible future vax's. The polio vaccine has proven effective.
If we can't contain TB, nothing is off the table for a comeback.

Tuberculosis remains a major health problem worldwide, with at least three million deaths annually (1). Each year there are nearly 10 million new cases, of which four to five million are smear positive and, thus, highly contagious. The problem is smallest in the developed countries of Europe, North America, Australia and New Zealand. The largest problem exists in southeast Asia and subSaharan Africa. In Latin America, where the incidence is generally lower than in Africa, it is still five to 30 times higher than in Canada. Tuberculosis is primarily a socioeconomic problem associated with overcrowding, poor hygiene, lack of fresh water and limited access to health care. The lack of a well organized health care infrastructure for case finding and treatment of tuberculosis complicates disease control in these countries. In the developing countries, many cases are unrecognized, incorrectly diagnosed or unreported, and the available statistical data significantly underestimate the problem of tuberculosis in the world. In these countries only cases that are sputum smear positive are diagnosed, as facilities for culture are almost nonexistent. Tuberculosis in children is rarely diagnosed unless a complication occurs. Extrapulmonary tuberculosis is not often recognized.
 

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I was referring to current and possible future vax's. The polio vaccine has proven effective.

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ETA: Guess you'll be against the monkeypox vaccine too.


"Jynneos was developed after the eradication of smallpox. It has been tested against poxviruses, including monkeypox, in small numbers of mice, monkeys, and prairie dogs. But it has not been trialed in people who have, or are at risk for, monkeypox. Instead, the company has measured the immune response generated by the vaccine in healthy volunteers and compared it with the result for an older smallpox vaccine. Previous outbreaks of the disease have been too sporadic to conduct a controlled trial, says Weidenthaler. “The only data we have on efficacy is from animal models,” he says."
 

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ETA: Guess you'll be against the monkeypox vaccine too.


"Jynneos was developed after the eradication of smallpox. It has been tested against poxviruses, including monkeypox, in small numbers of mice, monkeys, and prairie dogs. But it has not been trialed in people who have, or are at risk for, monkeypox. Instead, the company has measured the immune response generated by the vaccine in healthy volunteers and compared it with the result for an older smallpox vaccine. Previous outbreaks of the disease have been too sporadic to conduct a controlled trial, says Weidenthaler. “The only data we have on efficacy is from animal models,” he says."
So we are not sure if it works as we can’t do proper clinical tests but we’ve got this .
 
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ETA: Guess you'll be against the monkeypox vaccine too.
I don't think you know what "ETA" means.

"Jynneos was developed after the eradication of smallpox. It has been tested against poxviruses, including monkeypox, in small numbers of mice, monkeys, and prairie dogs. But it has not been trialed in people who have, or are at risk for, monkeypox. Instead, the company has measured the immune response generated by the vaccine in healthy volunteers and compared it with the result for an older smallpox vaccine. Previous outbreaks of the disease have been too sporadic to conduct a controlled trial, says Weidenthaler. “The only data we have on efficacy is from animal models,” he says."
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So you're gonna be a jabrone about "vaccines" that haven't even gone through their clinical trials for monkeypox efficacy yet?
 
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I don't think you know what "ETA" means.

Edited to Add.

Meaning, I posted, and found something else I wanted to add, and ETA to the original post.

Are you low on Snickers, Jinny?


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So you're gonna be a jabrone about "vaccines" that haven't even gone through their clinical trials for monkeypox efficacy yet?

LOL!

Jinny, I'm not the one with the issue, Dix is. So the only "jabrone" here, is Dix.
 
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You dumbasses are already vaccinated.

The smallpox ( MVA ) vaccination
When you are given the vaccine, your immune system (the body's natural defence system) produces antibodies against the smallpox virus. These antibodies should also protect you against the monkeypox virus.7 days ago
https://www.gov.uk › publications

Protecting you from monkeypox: information on the smallpox vaccination

In 1980 the World Health Organization (WHO) declared that the spread of smallpox was stopped and that the disease had been wiped out. Because there is a slight risk of serious reactions and even death from the smallpox vaccine, routine smallpox immunization ended in Canada in 1972.


Smallpox vaccines used during the global smallpox eradication programs may provide some protection against monkeypox Footnote 1. However, global smallpox vaccination programs ended in 1980 when smallpox was declared eradicated.

Discontinuation of smallpox vaccination for travel was recommended by the WHO in 1980 and was no longer required by any country by 1982. Canadians born in 1972 or later have not been routinely immunized against smallpox (unless immunized for other purposes such as travel or work-related risks).

For those who have been previously vaccinated for smallpox (i.e., eligible for vaccine in 1980 or earlier), the degree of protection conferred from the smallpox vaccine against monkeypox infection may be up to 85% Footnote 5, however the durability of protection and the degree of protection against the current strain of monkeypox remains unknown.