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(What's true has changed even further!! A lot changed AGAIN - since this question was asked and initially answered, AND THEN since it was (last month) initially answered by me! So time for another new answer!) YES! In addition to several literature reviews by several groups of doctors including some of the most experienced in emergency medicine, and ...


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The long-term side effects are typically studied within the framework of the survival analysis. E.g., a cohort if individuals is followed throughout many years, recording the number of cases of adverse side effects and deaths, or none happening (censored data). Previous medicalninterventions, short-term side effects, and other risk factors are included as ...


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Regarding the steps, I'll get to #1 a bit later. It's actually a bit subtle how mRNA vaccines work in re #2, i.e. actually making sure translation happens. It also makes sense to discuss this first; otherwise, there's not much point in delivering something that doesn't work. A popsci explanation "from the helicopter" is that one needs to use "...


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Probably because it was only available from one company (Taractan from Roche) and it was no longer successful on the market, so the company discontinued it, apparently in 1997: Hoffman-LaRoche, Inc., et al.; Withdrawal of Approval of 11 New Drug Applications [...] EFFECTIVE DATE: February 10, 1997. SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: The holders of the applications ...


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