Drugmaker Moderna’s coronavirus vaccine ready for human testing

Drugmaker Moderna’s coronavirus vaccine ready for human testing

Drugmaker Moderna said on Monday that the first batch of its vaccine against the coronavirus is ready for the government to start testing on humans. Moderna said it has shipped the vials of the medicine, called mRNA-1273, to the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) in Bethesda, Maryland. The NIAID expects to begin the clinical trial by the end of April.

Chris
Chris
Avi Khait
Avi Khait 2 months

Testing is the keyword here. I just made one from chicken bouillon, it just needs testing.

NPA
NPA 2 months

They are going into a phase 1 trial way fast. Sounds like a scam to boost stock prices. And even if by some miracle this is for real and effective, it would take up to a year to pass approvals.

anthony
anthony 2 months

Problem = Reaction = Solution =$$$$$$!

Crimson Jester
Crimson Jester 2 months

This is all very fast.... almost like it's been worked on for awhile. Almost

Carol
Carol 2 months

Watch out Black people in Maryland! Be careful when taking any pills or injections. Remember the trail of tears! Not a Guinea pig!

Carol
Carol 2 months

No thanks: do they even know "if" it works; side affects, etc?!!

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