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The Use of New Replikins Synthetic Vaccines to Prevent Pandemics to be Presented at Influenza Congress Nov. 12 in Washington DC
Date:11/6/2012

isease, as in the H1N1 pandemic of 2009, which Replikins predicted in 2008, and in six other correct predictions in influenza made one to two years in advance (4, 5).

The geographic locations of these outbreaks were also specified in the predictions, as in the lethal outbreaks of H5N1 in 2006 in Indonesia, and currently in Cambodia. Similarly in viruses other than influenza, the highest Replikin Counts in Foot and Mouth Disease (FMD) virus in 52 years (2) predicted one year in advance the current outbreaks of FMD in Asia and the Middle East. With rapid replication and the replacement of low Replikin Count with high Replikin Count viruses, the H5N1 virus population is now 'charged' for delivery to additional hosts.

Time is Provided

Prediction permits the possibility of prevention. The observation of increasing Replikin Counts provides previously unavailable time to prepare an optimal public health response, time to prepare vaccines and other therapies specific to the oncoming organism, in sufficient quantity, and time adequately to test and distribute the vaccine before the hit-and-run outbreak has begun to disappear as happened in 2009 (2-4). Knowing the probable geographic site of onset makes vaccine coverage more practicable especially if intense and sufficiently in advance of the outbreak.

Synthetic Vaccines

Because of the Replikins technology of advanced warning, new Replikins synthetic vaccines can be produced quickly, and provide distinct advantages over traditional vaccines. Advantages include: 1. The ability to tailor the vaccine to the specific Replikins in the threatening organism, 2. Solid-phase synthesized completely free of biologicals, thus containing no bio-contaminants, 3. Synthesized in seven days instead of eight months. 4. Effective (6) when shipped freeze-dried, not requiring refrigeration and 5) the Cost per person is estimated to be 10 cents compared to $11 for biological vaccines used in the 20
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