COVID-19 Booster Jab

Bran

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Lol you can't compare Covid to Cancer, Covid is just like the seasonal flu a bit more deadly that's all cancer is not contagious it's not an infection it's a disease
Dont believe in it personally. No vaccination for cancer and stuff but a vaccination for covid???? make absolute no sense and the UK government are shambles to say the least!
he did it not me😭
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cancer is not contagious it's not an infection it's a disease
i literally also said that too
why would there be a vaccination for cancer, don't you mean a cure lol, because cancer is a disease, covid is an illness🤦🏼‍♂️
 

Sly

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he did it not me😭
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i literally also said that too
Oh yes you did, and you are right
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Diseases like Acne, Cancer, HIV are near to impossible to find a cure for with our current technology
 

Maatt

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It’s amazing how many people on here lack basic skills of comprehension. 🤷‍♂️
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Cancer is clearly a different type of disease but the principles of training the immune system to attack certain agents with vaccination can be similarly applied. You are just training the immune system to spot cancerous growth rather than coronaviruses. The messenger RNA vaccines are an exciting possibility for this.
 

Bran

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uk update - they're opening up the booster today (13th december) for everyone over 18 to get it early

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Luchino

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Hi,
Med student here!
Ask me anything.
(You should do it, 'cause studies have shown evidence on how after 8-12 months from the first injection or from the first neg PCR after having COVID-19 ,which is the syndrome caused by the Coronavirus SARS-coV-2, the antibodies' level starts dropping, reaching the 50% of capacity to protect the patient from a severe infection after 3 years. Furthermore this doesn't consider the emerging virus' variants)
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BTW, it really piss me off when I read that COVID is just like a flu.
It is not; different virus, different etiopathology, different clinical sympthomps onset, different outcomes, more contagious and way more lethal. (2.8% against >0.1%)
 
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Bran

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Hi,
Med student here!
Ask me anything.
(You should do it, 'cause studies have shown evidence on how after 8-12 months from the first injection or from the first neg PCR after having COVID-19 ,which is the syndrome caused by the Coronavirus SARS-coV-2, the antibodies' level starts dropping, reaching the 50% of capacity to protect the patient from a severe infection after 3 years. Furthermore this doesn't consider the emerging virus' variants)
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BTW, it really piss me off when I read that COVID is just like a flu.
It is not; different virus, different etiopathology, different clinical sympthomps onset, different outcomes, more contagious and way more lethal. (2.8% against >0.1%)
i've had 2 vaccines already lol
 

Luchino

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i've had 2 vaccines already lol
I know, that was the first cycle.
A booster dose is recommended after it, especially if it's a different vaccine type compared to the original one
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If you're in doubt, book a blood test to dose the level of antibodies anti SARS-coV-2 a d decide what to do next based on the results.
The risks-benefits ratio is really unbalanced towards the benefits tho, so I did it.
I also got the flu jab, cause, you know, working in a hospital and being in contact with frail people, I felt this was the main way I could protect the patients.
 
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Bran

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I know, that was the first cycle.
A booster dose is recommended after it, especially if it's a different vaccine type compared to the original one
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If you're in doubt, book a blood test to dose the level of antibodies anti SARS-coV-2 a d decide what to do next based on the results.
The risks-benefits ratio is really unbalanced towards the benefits tho, so I did it.
I also got the flu jab, cause, you know, working in a hospital and being in contact with frail people, I felt this was the main way I could protect the patients.
i do know, i'm not stupid lmao i don't need schooling on it love, use that for antivaxxers😂
 

Luchino

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Nobody said you're stupid.
I'm not aware of your knowledge on the topic, so I tried to be helpful and explain it in an accessible way.
I'm sorry if I conveyed the wrong message, dear.
I really hope you'll stay healthy and safe from this virus.
 

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