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 RECENT PODCASTS

 

THIS WEEK IN VIROLOGY WITH VINCENT RACANIELLO

February 14, 2021

TWIV #720 Paul Offit joins TWiV to discuss all things vaccine, including how COVID-19 vaccine development was accelerated, whether the vaccines are safe and efficacious, the difference between an EUA and a licensed vaccine, sterilizing immunity, herd immunity, and much more.

ZDOGGMD PODCAST: COVID VACCINE UPDATE

December 4, 2020

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COVID-19 Vaccines

PETER ATTIA MD PODCAST: THEDRIVE

November 16, 2020

Discussion on COVID-19 vaccines

THE GRAIN OF THE LAND, TREVIEWS.COM

June, 2023

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The Great Vaccinator- 12/6/2020

Until now, the fastest vaccine ever made - for mumps - took four years. And while our current effort to develop a covid-19 vaccine involves thousands of people working around the clock, the mumps vaccine was developed almost exclusively by one person: Maurice Hilleman. Hilleman cranked out more than 40 other vaccines over the course of his career, including 8 of the 14 routinely given to children. He arguably saved more lives than any other single person. And through his work, Hilleman embodied the instincts, drive, and guts it takes to marshall the human body’s defenses against a disease. But through him we also see the struggle and the costs of these monumental scientific efforts.
This episode was reported by Matt Kielty and Heather Radke, and produced by Matt Kielty.

 
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