Bill Gates has expressed an interest in distributing a new type of vaccine that combines dozens of individual shots in one ‘slow release’ super vaccine.
Engineers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology have developed a new 3D fabrication technique that will allow a cocktail of drugs or vaccines to be delivered to a patient over an extended period of time – with just one jab needed.
Naturalblaze.com reports: Research Scientist with MIT’s Koch Institute for Integrative Cancer Research, Ana Jalkenec, told Digital Journal in an interview, that:
We figured out a way to make tiny polymer cups, smaller than a grain of sand, that can be filled with any drug, including vaccines. Once filled, these cups are sealed with a lid made from the same material, and the drug or vaccine is protected inside. Because the microparticles are so small, hundreds can be injected into the arm just like any vaccine. Once in the body, the cups stay closed and open up at a predetermined time, releasing the drug or vaccine. This is exciting because one can fill the different cups with essentially all the vaccines and boosters, and potentially have the 10 to 20 required vaccinations all in one shot.
“These particles are made of a U.S. Food and Drug Administration-approved polymer, which degrades once inside the human body, and allows each one to be “programmed” to degrade at a different time” writes Dormehl. “In experiments involving mice, the researchers showed that the particles injected during one injection could release their contents — with no early leakage — at intervals of 9, 20, and 41 days.”
Dormehl continues by writing,
As good as this might sound to those needle-phobic folk fortunate enough to live in a part of the world with readily available health care, the work’s most exciting application is likely to be in the developing world, where medical resources are more limited. It’s no doubt for this reason that the project attracted the interest of Bill and Melinda Gates, whose foundation funded the work.
“These micro cups could be used to deliver any drug which requires multiple injections over weeks or months,” Jaklenec said. “Single-shot vaccines is one application of this technology which could have significant impact in the developing world, where millions of children remain under-immunized as repeated patient access in some of these areas is challenging.”
As is typical with the vaccine lobby, however, no mention was made of potential side effects since vaccine Nazis rarely, if ever, admit that such a thing even exists.
Still, it is important to remember the now famous words of Bill Gates himself, when he said “The world today has 6.8 billion people… that’s headed up to about 9 billion. Now if we do a really great job on new vaccines, health care, reproductive health services, we could lower that by perhaps 10 or 15 percent.”
If the researchers are successful, Gates can lower the populations he deems in need of lowering in one shot instead of several.