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MUST READ–Israeli company reports breakthrough in radiation vaccine

Israel’s Pluristem Therapeutics Inc reports first positive results in trials of new vaccine, which reduces damage caused by nuclear radiation

 

ed note–please see the ed note particulars in the story preceding this for better perspective on the importance herein.

Also nota bene the following–

–This news story announcing this vaccine appeared in August of 2019, a mere one year before the release of Covid and one of its intended uses is to treat people in the aftermath of–

drum roll please–

 

The release of radiation from a nuclear power plant…

 

Nota bene the following as well–

 

IT IS SOMEWHERE BETWEEN HIGHLY LIKELY AND DEFINITE THAT THE ENTIRE ‘COVID 19’ VACCINATION PROGRAM IN ISRAEL WAS ‘COVER’ FOR THE ‘REAL’ VACCINE, WHICH WAS TO PROTECT THE JEWISH STATE FROM THE RADIATION BEING RELEASED IN THE AFTERMATH OF MOSSAD’S PLANNED SABOTAGE OF CHERNOBYL.

 

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Israel’s Pluristem Therapeutics Inc presented last week first trial results of a new vaccine, first of its kind, produced from placenta cells donated by Israeli women and was successful in reducing radiation-related damages in animals during trial.

The trials continue but the vaccine has already sparked the interest of the U.S. Army, which is considering administering it to soldiers deployed to nuclear radiation zones.

This product, named PLX-R18, also includes stem cells produced from placentas donated by Israeli women. The radiation therapy trials are performed only in animals.

These animal studies, conducted by the U.S. Department of Defense Armed Forces Radiobiology Research Institute demonstrate that PLX-R18, administered 24 hours before radiation exposure, and again 72 hours after exposure, resulted in a significant increase in survival rates – from 4% survival rate in the placebo group to 74% in the treated group.

In addition, the data show an increase in recovery of blood lineages (platelets, neutrophils, white blood cells, and lymphocytes) and a favorable safety profile. Furthermore, histopathological analysis and hematopoietic progenitor clonogenic assay of tissues collected show a significant increase in bone marrow cell numbers and improved regenerative capability into all blood lineages.

 

High radiation exposure

In addition to the DoD study, PLX-R18 is also being evaluated by the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), part of the National Institutes of Health (NIH), as a treatment following radiation exposure (ARS).

Data from these studies demonstrated a significant increase in survival rates and enhanced neutrophil and lymphocyte recovery in radiation subjects and showed to be safe in animals that were not exposed to radiation, indicating the ability to provide immediate treatment without the need to assess the degree of radiation exposure.

PLX-R18 cell therapy product candidate was granted an FDA orphan drug designation and an IND for the treatment of ARS – which already allows Pluristem to treat victims exposed to high levels of radiation during a nuclear event such as an atomic bomb, a nuclear reactor leak or a natural disaster, even before receiving full marketing approval.