Apr 30, 2021
Traditional vaccines take many years to develop. A recent
innovation in vaccine technology involves exploitation of messenger
RNA, or mRNA, to facilitate rapid scaling of vaccines and expedite
their modification if the virus mutates significantly. The Pfizer
and Moderna COVID-19 vaccines capitalize on this technology to
induce antibody production against the SARS-CoV-2 virus.
In this episode, we discuss:
- (00:00) Introduction
- (01:31) The difference between the mRNA and
- (06:29) Real vaccine side effects known
to exist (and why Dr. Seheult believes that the benefits outweigh
This Aliquot segment features Dr. Roger Seheult, a quadruple
board-certified physician serving on the front lines of COVID-19
care and co-founder of MedCram.