While There’s Lots of Discussion about COVID-19 Vaccine-based Myocarditis in the West, What About ADEs’ in the East?

While There’s Lots of Discussion about COVID-19 Vaccine-based Myocarditis in the West What About ADEs’ in the East?

As you know, antibody disease enhancement (ADE) was a major concern during the development of the Covid-19 vaccines. These concerns were well-founded and even the regulators were on record of being concerned and watching closely for any signals during the randomized controlled trials (RCTs). Luckily, those signals never presented. Many anti-vax viewpoints still bring up the risk of ADE in the newly developed vaccines despite the fact that there are no signals of it after hundreds of millions of doses being administered at least for the vaccines under EUA in the USA. But that doesn’t imply that the risk of ADE in Covid-19 vaccines is no longer present. In fact, there are concerning signs of it potentially playing out already. Luckily, the signs are isolated to the Chinese developed vaccines. Specifically of concern is data from Sinopharm's inactivated vaccine, BBIBP-CorV.

A recent entry in Medical News Today elicited response and discussion among a valued member from the TrialSite Community. Now, the efficacy of this vaccine is questionable and the data from the trials was not up to the standards of the better respected International Regulatory agencies. Yet, that didn't stop t...

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