TWiV 670: Coronavirus vaccine preparedness with Kizzmekia Corbett

Kizzmekia Corbett joins TWiV to review her career and her work on respiratory syncytial virus, influenza virus, and coronaviruses and coronavirus vaccines, including her role in development and testing of a spike-encoding mRNA vaccine, and then we review the Nobel Prize for discovery of hepatitis C virus.

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2 thoughts on “TWiV 670: Coronavirus vaccine preparedness with Kizzmekia Corbett”

  1. Benjamin M Blumberg, PhD

    To Kizzmekia Corbett: I have a proposed home remedy for CVOVID-19 sufferers. It is based on a remedy for Ebola virus and other negative-strand RNA viruses, due to similarities of the nucleocapsid structures of the viruses. It targets the N protein of the nucleocapsids, “twisting” the N protein and stalling viral transcription/ replication. Here is the remedy: “Take a scant tsp of CsCl mixed in a glass of juice, wait ~8hrs, then eat a banana. Expect diarrhea. Repeat 3-4X.” Note that CsCl is FDA-approved for clinical use. What do you think?

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