Anthony Fraudci co-authored a new scientific study calling for “next-generation vaccines for coronaviruses, influenza viruses, and other respiratory viruses.”
The study, which came out January in Cell Host & Microbe, talked about the “deficiencies” of current ‘vaccines’ for these pathogens.
The paper begins by discussing the downfalls of influenza vaccines.
From Cell Host & Microbe:
Although current influenza vaccines reduce the risk of severe disease, hospitalization, and death to some degree, their effectiveness against clinically apparent infection is decidedly suboptimal, ranging from 14% to 60% over the past 15 influenza seasons. Furthermore, the duration of vaccine-elicited immunity is measured only in months. Current vaccines require annual re-vaccination with updated formulations that are frequently not precisely matched to circulating virus strains. Although…