Moderna will soon unleash their latest arsenal of injections as the company prepares to inculcate the public with a third booster. This time however, the company suggests half doses, as opposed to Pfizer, suggesting a third full dose for the full regiment.
Moderna sent an amendment request to the FDA to expand their current standing emergency use authorization. Moderna said it chose a “lower dose” booster because it reduces the risk of vaccine reactions, and allows greater distribution to the global vaccine supply.
Moderna applied for FDA authorization of a booster dose on September 1st, 2021. Part B of Moderna’s [Ongoing] Phase 2 Clinical Trial for booster shots involved ~170 participants.
A look a Moderna’s patient website shows that both the double dose coronavirus vaccines, and the new booster shot describes the emergency use authorization of the medical products.
Moderna’s Clinical Trial Data [From Double Dose Vaccines] –
Moderna’s clinical trials involved 30,420 participants, randomized by vaccines and placebo. By the end, 11 participants who received the vaccines became infected with coronavirus, while 185 who received the placebo tested positive for COVID-19.
This data resulted in Moderna’s vaccine efficacy rate set at 94.1%. Unfortunately, the duration of protection is not fully known, as the company begins to promote third doses to those applicable.
How effective are Moderna’s boosters?
While the company states their vaccines are 94.1% effective against contracting COVID-19, how effective are the booster shots? How long will the effectiveness of the original injections last?
The company states Moderna’s booster “can be evaluated based of the efficacy of the manufacture’s authorized prototype vaccine” Adding, “Based on available date in humans and animal models, FDA considers neutralizing antibody titers” as “clinically relevant for immunobridging to infer effectiveness of a booster dose.”
Moderna’s vaccine is not without side effects. Though most serious side effects reported involved a small percentage, a sufficient portion of Moderna patients did share a common range of side effects. Here is what to expect with Moderna mRNA and booster vaccines:
Moderna’s mRNA vaccine’s common reported side effects include, headache (64.7%), chills (45.4%) nausea/vomiting (23%) and Fever (15.%) for patients willing to participate in their continuously evolving mRNA injection process.
Moderna’s “Vaccine” Ingredients
What are ingredients of the Moderna vaccine?
The Moderna COVID-19 Vaccine, and booster, contains the following ingredients:
- messenger ribonucleic acid (mRNA)
- polyethylene glycol [PEG] 2000 dimyristoyl glycerol [DMG]
- 1,2-distearoyl-sn-glycero-3-phosphocholine [DSPC])
- tromethamine hydrochloride
- acetic acid
- sodium acetate trihydrate
What is SM-102?
SM-102 is a synthetic lipid used in combination with other lipids (fat vesicles) to form a nanoparticle for use with mRNA delivery. This very artificial substance is [partially] responsible for the effectiveness of Moderna’s mRNA concoction.
The Safety Data Sheet for the substance SM-102 states it to be a “health hazard” claiming it “may cause cancer”.
SM-102 is also known to cause the following acute and delayed symptoms:
- CNS Depression
- Heart Damage
- Lassitude (weakness, exhaustion)
- Liver Damage
- Reproductive “effects”
- Teratogenic “effects”
Are the risks worth the benefits? Should the decision to participate be made to take emergency use authorization vaccines be up to the individual or the state?
Read the full SM-102 Safety Data Sheet here
“It’s more a gut feeling rather than based on really truly serious data,” said Patrick Moore, a member of the committee and a professor of molecular genetics and biochemistry at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine. “The data itself is not strong, but it is certainly going in the direction that is supportive of this vote.”
National Institutes of Health –
“I don’t really see a need for a ‘let it rip’ campaign for everyone,” said Dr. Michael Kurilla of the National Institutes of Health National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences
Dr. Kurilla added, “I’m very uncomfortable with the language in the midst of pandemic and with limited supply available, a blanket statement for 18 and older is too broad,”
“The data itself is not strong but it is certainly going in the direction that is supportive of this vote,” said Dr. Patrick Moore of the University of Pittsburgh.
“I’m uncomfortable with how we’ve sort of tripped down the line for the thought of universal booster dosing, which I just think is wrong,” said Paul Offit, director of the Vaccine Education Center at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia.
“If we’re trying to prevent what is inevitable, which is a decline in neutralizing antibodies and an erosion in protection against mild or asymptomatic infection, that is a high bar to which we hold no other vaccine,” said Dr. Paul Offit.
Moderna’s vaccines have shown their effectiveness despite also displaying their side effects. While the longevity and long term effects of these mRNA concoctions still have yet to reveal themselves, humanity gains a deeper understand of the operating of our complex genome with each day.
While mRNA is a breakthrough technology that could potentially have the power to end disease globally, the long term effects of continuous temporary DNA manipulation (the forced short-term production of proteins, not a permanent change to DNA) have yet to be seen. How does mRNA’s artificial impact of gene activity effect the natural immunity response of the human genome?
Although science can be a necessary element for survival, that often borders the cusp of social ethics, it also provides opportunity for corruption, under the guise of “medical research.”
As the race to gain approval for the incoming fleet of booster shots continues, how will mutating the definition of “fully vaccinated”, effect COVID-19 vaccine statistics? How many boosters will be ultimately required, and for how long? Should choosing not to take a emergency use authorization vaccine, (or any vaccine) be an individual right?