Cells, Microbes & Viruses / Re: Monkeypox: Could it be similar to cowpox, and just a mild variant of smallpox?« on: Yesterday at 13:09:49 »
Wonder how effective the smallpox vaccines are after a few decades of being used, as I had the pressure injection at primary school, many years ago. But will say the Covid vaccines are pretty effective, still here, despite having had it likely at least twice, but both times a negative test result, which is still possible with the quick tests. Last one was just like a moderate case of flu, while those who are antivax seem to be selecting themselves for Darwin awards, with a very high probability of winning one.Darwin requires natural selection to take place before reproduction. Darwinism has failed to stop hereditary early age breast cancer or heart failure.
I know. He's always introduced as such when making appearances on the national media.Quote from: Petrochemicalssome sort of illness doctor on this forumIn his day job, Chris (Smith) is a virologist; he has a lab with gene sequencing equipment.
- This lab was very active during the COVID pandemic
- I am sure activity will increase again if Monkeypox reaches as far as Cambridge!
See the answer from Chris, above.