New vaccine is on the way! Experiments begin in the second half of 2022! Will shingles become a thing of the past? New move at BioNTech and Pfizer

WE AIM TO FIGHT THE HEALTH THREAT

In the written statement, one of the founders of BioNTech, Prof. Dr. Uğur Şahin said, “The agreement aims to develop a new m-RNA-based vaccine against shingles using the expertise and resources of both companies.” statements were made.

Mikael Dolsten, Head of Pfizer’s Global Research, Development and Medicine Division, said: “Pfizer and BioNTech have developed the world’s first m-RNA vaccine against the most devastating epidemic of the century. With this agreement, we continue our scientific discoveries and advance m-RNA technology to combat another health threat. We aim to.” used the phrase.

KNOWN AS A CONTAGIOUS NERVE INFECTION

For the first time, the m-RNA-based vaccine developed by Pfizer and BioNTech against Kovid-19 in 2020 fights the virus by using a “messenger RNA” molecule, a genetic material to trigger the immune response. Shingles, caused by the Varicella zoster virus, which also causes chickenpox, is known as a contagious nerve infection.

Shingles, which can occur all over the body, in many cases appears as a single strip of blisters that covers the left or right side of the body.


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