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Discussion on mRNA vaccine shedding and the effectiveness of masks in preventing infection.
  • Dr. McMillan focuses on autoimmunity related to covid-19 since March 2020. 0:02

  • Masks are debated for their effectiveness in reducing infection risk. 1:00

  • Viral particles are likely spread through saliva droplets, not air. 1:50

  • mRNA vaccines are not live vaccines, so shedding is not possible. 2:03

Investigation into potential shedding of mRNA vaccine particles and impact on natural immunity.
  • Discussion on the superiority of natural immunity over vaccine-mediated immunity. 3:20

  • Concerns about mRNA nanoparticles impacting natural immunity. 3:36

  • Focus on salivary droplets as carriers of risk in transmission. 4:16

  • Questioning whether injected mRNA stays in the muscle as initially thought. 4:50

  • Evidence of vaccine mRNA being detected circulating in the body. 5:24

Potential spread of mRNA particles through bodily fluids post-vaccination.
  • RNA from mRNA vaccines can circulate in the bloodstream for up to two weeks. 5:57

  • mRNA particles have been found in breast milk and saliva post-vaccination. 6:13

  • Concept of self-spreading vaccines in animals raises questions about potential spread in humans. 7:43

  • High levels of circulating nanoparticles in vaccinated individuals may lead to potential transmission to others. 8:08

Potential spread of mRNA from vaccines through exosomes, emphasizing the importance of masking.
  • Lipid nanoparticles in mRNA vaccines enter cells to produce Spike proteins triggering immune response. 8:33

  • Exosomes may circulate mRNA from vaccines in the bloodstream, potentially contributing to shedding. 9:26

  • Masking is highlighted as a simple and effective strategy to prevent potential spread through coughing or sneezing. 10:34

Importance of wearing masks to reduce spread of viral infections and protect the upper airway during winter.
  • Wearing masks in day-to-day activities is crucial for reducing the spread of infections. 11:23

  • Using masks can help protect the upper airway, especially for the unvaccinated during winter. 12:13

  • Natural immunity may be more effective in protecting against infections than Spike mediated immunity. 12:20

  • Masks can reduce the risk of viral infections such as flu, RSV, and covid. 12:27

  • Encouragement to wear masks and stay safe during the holiday season. 12:36