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For those of us who both immunosupressed and older, is there any consideration being given--and if not, whould it be given, to repeat vaccines ? I had my last in September.

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Dec 6, 2023Liked by Eric Topol

Excellent reporting. You just persuaded me to get a paid yearly subscription. Keep up the good work!

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The latest from Dr. Geert Vanden Bossche: https://gvdb.substack.com/p/white-lung-pneumonia-in-children and https://gvdb.substack.com/p/ah-if-only-they-understood-the-difference

Once again, Dr. Topol, I ask you to please comment on Dr. Vanden Bossche's views. Do you understand what he is saying? If so, what error(s) do you think he is making? From his video interviews he certainly seems to be not only brilliant but a man of very high integrity to me. He is influencing many people and I don't see any valid reason for you to ignore him and refuse to comment on his assertions. Many people are confused and depressed about the situation, not knowing who to trust and whether to take the Covid vaccine and/or give it to their children. Refusing to comment because you don't want to give any attention to his point of view is neither wise nor compassionate, imo.

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I got the 2023-24 Novavax vaccine in mid October. I had only had Moderna and Pfizer before that for original vaccination and boosters. Also had Covid in Dec '22. Should I get a second Novavax shot (i.e., is it like starting a new series since it's a new variant and new platform)? I've seen some mention of that online (and even getting a third) but not sure how accurate that is. If so, any idea on best timing between them? I had no reaction except a sore arm from Novavax so don't mind doing another but I also don't want to overdo it on my immune system (if that's a thing).

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