Was it a good idea to target the spike protein for the Covid-19 vaccines? Dr. Ryan Cole weighs in
Board certified anatomic/clinical pathologist Dr. Ryan Cole discusses what makes the SARS-CoV-2 virus unique (hint: it's part of the spike protein) and why it's also like the hundreds of other coronaviruses that commonly infect people. “We don’t have coronavirus vaccines for a very simple reason: [coronaviruses] always mutate ahead of our vaccine efforts, and always will. We’re playing whack-a-mole with a virus," he says.
And speaking on the safety of a vaccine that instructs for spike protein, Dr. Cole warns, "which is the most toxic, cell harming, organ harming, body harming portion of this virus? The spike protein."
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