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As you can tell, I'm have more of a mainstream approach to health issues.  You are totally correct that delays and avoidance of risk in the development process of the pharma industry and with the government clauses personal suffering every day.  And let's not even start about the the pharmaceutical industry's need for  "commercial success" before they even start working on a disease or problem.

However, I think you may have missed my main premise, the fact that degradation is a  huge hurtle in any peptide application, it is a clear fact ... (read more)

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I would be doubtful that the best way is to listening to someone who hasn't on their list avoiding closed spaces, ventilation and humidity (in closed spaces), avoiding touching common buttons with fingers and recommends cloth masks (as opposed to reused FFP2/3) but has cleaning/desinfection on their list a good source of information. Then why do you link to advice that recommends unproven interventions like desinfection and using gloves when serving food? 

This is a very interesting article and as long as the substances are very pure, it's probably low risk of any real health danger. However, I would really want to be very sure about that point before putting anything into my nasal passages.

As a scientist working in the pharmaceutical industry for many decades, I can say there are several big issues with this vaccine method.  First, you will never know if it really works until you run blinded clinical trials against a placebo. This is the only way to tell and that is why it's required for any new drug/v... (read more)

Welcome, and thanks for making your first comment!

As a fellow scientist with decades of experience in the industry, I disagree with several of your claims.

First, you will never know if it really works until you run blinded clinical trials against a placebo. This is the only way to tell and that is why it's required for any new drug/vaccine to be launched on the market. 

Clinical trials are helpful for understanding whether a drug/vaccine works on the population level. But on the individual level, clinical trials are not the only way to tell. For exampl... (read more)