Vaccines without needles

The following is from The Vaccine Reaction.

Vaccinations are often associated with needles and syringes. But that may change significantly in the near future as the growth trajectory for the Global Needle-Free Injectors industry is anticipated to surge in the next decade.

The pharmaceutical industry has continued to receive large amounts of funding from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, as well as United States government health agencies to develop innovative vaccine administration techniques without the use of a syringe, such as delivery through ultrasound.

Last month, the Gates Foundation, the National Institutes of Health (NIH), and the Department of Defense (DoD) awarded a total of more than $31 million in grants to various pharmaceutical companies to advance the manufacturing of needle free vaccine systems.

COVID “Reinvigorated” Interest in More Efficient Vaccine Delivery

Scientists have been developing needle-free vaccines known as microarray patches (MAPs) for decades, but the COVID-19 pandemic reinvigorated and fueled the interest.2

The driving force behind the massive growth is a demand for delivery systems that are faster and more efficient. Advocates for these systems believe they will help lower barriers to access and help overcome logistical obstacles hindering vaccine deployment. GAVI, the Vaccine Alliance, an organization partially founded by the Gates Foundation, which works to increase access to vaccines in poor countries, states that MAPs will ensure that “these lifesaving interventions reach everyone, everywhere, as quickly as possible” and could also ensure rapid deployment in the event of future epidemics or pandemics.

Pfizer a Key Player in Needle-Free Technology Development

The U.S. has a significant financial stake in the Global Needle Free Injectors industry, with Germany, Japan, and China also accelerating development of needle free technologies. Key pharmaceutical companies in the needle free vaccine market include U.S.-based companies Pfizer, Inc. and Antares Pharma, Inc.; German company Gerresheimer AG; Australian company CSL Limited, and others.

Vaccines Delivered Via Ultrasound

Earlier this month, news outlets reported that researchers at Oxford University successfully developed a needle-free vaccine delivered through the skin via ultrasound. Lead researcher Darcy Dunn-Lawless and his colleagues mixed vaccine molecules with tiny, cup-shaped molecules made of protein then applied the liquid mixture to the skin of mice. The ultrasound was able to push the mixture into the upper layers of the skin.

The researchers found that, while the ultrasound method delivered 700 times fewer vaccine molecules than needles, the animals produced more antibodies. The technology is still being developed.

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  1. What’s going on with this website? Today I posted a comment at an article, but that comment isn’t published. And two days ago I posted a comment for this article and it, too, is now gone.

    Here’s that comment. Why it’s now missing is a mystery, unless administration of this comment section is now in the hands of the jokers that administer a few other disreputable comment sections on the web.

    William Bayer says
    DECEMBER 28, 2023 AT 6:16 AM

    The TRUTH is that this isn’t so much a “needle-free” vaccine delivery system as it is a CONSENT-free vaccine delivery system intended to deploy and administer “vaccines” without knowledge or CONSENT of the recipients.

    The first clue is that Bill Gates is behind it, and he is behind the movement to REDUCE the population of the planet, which is the OPPOSITE of securing its health.

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