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Intimate Connection between Ralph Baric, Humanized Mice and Moderna's COVID-19 Vaccine

Updated: Oct 19, 2021

As I have documented in a previous article, the SARS-CoV2 pathogen was engineered by Ralph S. Baric in 2015 at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Dr. Helen Ruddy explains in her Heard Immunity video how Baric used humanized mice with fetal clone serum to humanize the mice through which the virus was passed to make it more virulent and contagious to humans.


Ralph Baric and his team at UNC also created the precision test mice models (humanized Lung-only mice and bone marrow/liver/thymus-lung humanized mice) for COVID vaccine testing.





So is it any big surprise that UNC would also invent a COVID vaccine and test it?


Dr. Kizzmekia Corbett, who received her PhD. from UNC's Microbiology & Immunology Dept and is a close associate of Ralph Baric, is one of the scientists leading the NIH's work in developing a COVID-19 vaccine. Her team helped to develop the Moderna vaccine.



Dr. Corbett is listed as an author along with Ralph Baric of this 2020 study, entitled "SARS-CoV-2 mRNA vaccine design enabled by prototype pathogen preparedness," which purports to be a paradigm for rapid vaccine development. An extract from the study shows that the HEK293 stem cell line and fetal clone serum were used (Dr. Kathleen Ruddy explained in her video that fetal clone serum is a hormone synthesized from human fetal tissue):




No surprise at all that the University of North Carolina conducted the clinical trials of Moderna's mRNA-1273 vaccine which was developed from the prototype invented by Dr. Corbett.


In response to the ongoing global COVID-19 pandemic, the vaccine concept incorporated in mRNA-1273 was designed by Dr. Corbett’s team from viral sequence and rapidly deployed to industry partner, Moderna, Inc., for FDA-approved Phase 1 clinical trial, which unprecedently began only 66 days from the viral sequence release.

Just to recap:


1) the SARS-CoV2 pathogen was genetically engineered by passing it through humanized mice in 2015 by Ralph S. Baric and his team at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.


2) Ralph Baric and his team at UNC also created the precision test mice models (humanized Lung-only mice and bone marrow/liver/thymus-lung humanized mice) for COVID vaccine testing.


3) Ralph Baric's associate, Dr. Kizzmekia Corbett, developed the vaccine prototype mRNA-1273 at UNC using humanized mice. It was deployed to UNC's "industry partner" Moderna for production.


4) University of North Carolina conducted the human clinical trials Moderna mRNA-1273.


Would it be too fantastic to imagine that a COVID pill was also made in collaboration with the University of North Carolina AND that it was tested on . . . Ralph Baric's special custom-designed precision COVID test mice/human chimeras?


Stay tuned for more information on this development.



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