- Jan 14, 2011
I think you should do some research in to that. You might be surprised at how low the tolerance is for death or even unfavorable reactions in animals to vaccination. There's a government data base for unfavorable incidents post vaccination and IF there are deaths a vaccine may be pulled from the market.I asked before but maybe I missed it what's the acceptable rate of death or disablement in animals for vaccines? How abt humans?
Believe it or not, manufacturers of animal health products get sued too. They have to go through very similar processes to get vaccines approved like their human counterparts. Obviously it's much easier to get vaccine trial subjects to be subjected to exposure to virulent organisms after vaccination with an experimental vaccine for animals. A number of years ago one vaccine company had to write hundreds of VERY large checks to cattle producers who had used one of their vaccines that had been contaminated with a live virulent virus. The use of mrna as the antigen for a vaccine eliminates that potential for inclusion of a wild virulent virus in a vaccine.