Yep and they had issues with the lipids way before con-vid.

The lipids are essentially like a strong "plastic" that the body cannot dissolve or eliminate. How the heck do they expect the "mRNA payload" to work? Maybe because that's why they chose this failed " therapy" to be the new " platform". After all, they're facing resistance to aluminum, their older toxic crap used in past


"For Moderna, that meant putting its Crigler-Najjar therapy in nanoparticles made of lipids. And for its chemists, those nanoparticles created a daunting challenge: Dose too little, and you don’t get enough enzyme to affect the disease; dose too much, and the drug is too toxic for patients."


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Garbage in, garbage out= garbage in the arm...

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