Tuesday, February 17, 2009

Study raises hopes of Anthrax vaccine pill


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Barry Artiste Op/Ed

If this vaccine comes to fruition, this will one less Terrorism Weapon for those who wish mass extinction of people.

LONDON — An oral vaccine packed into bacteria found in dairy products like milk and cheese protected mice from the anthrax bacteria, suggesting a pill could replace injections for humans, researchers said on Monday.

"Normally, you can't eat vaccines because the digestive process in the stomach destroys them, so vaccines are administered by needle," Todd Klaenhammer, a researcher at North Carolina State University in the United States who co-led the study, said in a statement.

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Anonymous said...

This is Dr. Bruce Ivin's Revenge: Based on his work at USAMRIID, the process depends on e.Coli that have been taught to make Anthrax "Protective" Antigen. APA is protective of Anthrax - not people. A US servicemember is subjected to 45 shots of APA in a 20-year career. The yogurt would subject humans to 24-hours exposure to APA. An immunity to APA that only lasts 6 months, means that your immunity system is compromised. Bogus science for big bucks.