Confessions of a vaccine trial volunteer
A recent survey of Asante employees found that some are wary of the COVID-19 vaccines. They fear unexpected side effects or undiscovered complications. They worry that the vaccines were rushed to market (they were because of urgent need) and that manufacturers and regulators cut corners (they didn’t).
Carl Seger, MD, an emergency physician at ARRMC, explains how these vaccines work, why our fears are misplaced — and what happened when he volunteered to be a “lab rat” for the Moderna vaccine clinical trial.
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