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"dr. adrian hill" Discussed on The TED Interview

The TED Interview

02:21 min | 1 year ago

"dr. adrian hill" Discussed on The TED Interview

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UK coronavirus vaccine prompts immune response in early test

KIRO Nights

00:47 sec | 2 years ago

UK coronavirus vaccine prompts immune response in early test

"The Food and Drug Administration Commissioner Stephen Han is cautiously optimistic about what they say is a safe and effective Corona virus vaccine. After some promising results on a potential vaccine was published the early results of the Oxford University and AstraZeneca's Corona virus virus vaccine vaccine trial. trial. Showed Showed robust robust immune immune system system responses, responses, according according to to the the pharmaceutical pharmaceutical firm firm in in the the research, research, the the scientists scientists said said they they found their experimental Covad 19 vaccine. Produced a dual immune response in people aged 18 to 55. Dr. Adrian Hill, director of the General Institute at Oxford, said neutralizing antibodies were produced by the vaccine candidate and showed showed promise.

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UK coronavirus vaccine shows early promise

Ray Appleton

04:18 min | 2 years ago

UK coronavirus vaccine shows early promise

"Over at Oxford? They say they're experimental Corona virus vaccine. Has shown in early trials. To really hardcore. They're happy with the answers on this one. Ah, prompt a protective immune response in hundreds of people who got this inoculation. Now. The British researchers, as I recall that they began testing the vaccine back in April. They jumped on this early. It was about 1000 people. About half of whom got an experimental Lexie. Such early trials are are designed to evaluate safety. And see what kind of immune response was was provoked, but can't tell if the vaccine truly protects until a certain point. Okay. I don't wanna get too deep into the weeds here, but in research that was published today in the journal, which is gold land set Site has said that they have found that their experimental Cove in 19 vaccine has produced a dual immune response in people ages 18 to 55. It lasted a couple of months after they were immunized. That doesn't go away or has it only been since a couple of months that they were immunized quote. We're seeing good immune response in almost everybody. This is Dr Adrian Hill, who was the director of the Gender instituted Oxford University. What this vaccine does particularly well is trigger both Arms of the immune system. Both arms of the immune system. Yeah. Did you know the TV system? Having an appendage is a bump up? So he said that the neutralizing antibodies air produced, Okay, we'll try to bring this down to a level that even I understand molecules. Which are key to blocking infection are produced. So In addition, the vaccine also causes a reaction in the body's T cells, which helps destroy cells that have been taken over by the virus. Match the important factor here. So this experimental Cove in 19 vaccine Has caused only minor side effects, just like the one we talked about last week. Think exactly the same. We're talking about fever in some chills for a day muscle pain, especially the injection site. And The the The other people gotta control meningitis vaccine as a part of the experiment. Um, they did not suffer from those those those side effects. But individuals who got this experimental Govind 19 vaccine did So Dr Hill said that larger trials evaluating the vaccine's effectiveness. Which will include about 10,000 people in the UK As well as participants in South Africa and Brazil are underway. About why South Africa. Why Brazil? I'm not sure, but they're all related to what's going on from Oxford, so another big trial is slated to start in the U. S soon. This one is going to enroll about 30,000 people in this test group this test cell 30,000 So we're gonna have like 40 50,000 people all in the The whole, you know, realm of testing involved in this phase of one or both Vaccines now how quickly This is the big question. Hey, how quickly scientists were able to determine the vaccine's effectiveness. The way I understand. This will depend largely on how much more transmission there is. Really? That's their response. Dr. Hill estimates that if there were enough data to prove the HVAC teens of vaccines efficiency, the emulation of some high risk groups in Britain could begin in December. Could begin with wall to wall vaccinations of high risk groups like me, I'd be considered that in November. I mean, the December excuse me. So that means this year. I don't know that anybody really thought our chances of developing a vaccine that worked I was going to be in the cards so fast, if at all.

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