How Are Vaccines Actually Made


Vaccines have been proven to significantly reduce the number of deaths and illnesses from certain viral and bacterial infections in the past, and with the state of the world right now, everyone is hoping a scientist will develop a vaccine that will save the day. But how they heck are vaccines actually made? Let’s watch today’s video as we break down exactly what goes into creating a vaccine for a rogue virus or a rampant bacteria.

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  1. 3:29 A mistake seems to have been made, but that's okay because the grand scheme of information was plenty and informative! A diagram of the epidermis and hair follicle was shown and labeled as epithelial cells, which are found in the lining of the lungs. The lungs are coated in a mucous membrane, however, we are not slimy and secrete mucous on the outside of our epidermis. That would truly be alien-like!

  2. So whats the purpose of Aluminum, Ammonium Sulfate, Beta-Propiolactone, Gelatin, Gentamicin Sulfate, Glutaraldehyde, Formaldehyde, Latex, Thimerosal, Monosodium Glutamate, Neomycin Sulfate, Phenoxyethanol, among other things doing in vaccines?

    Also what are the scientific studies that show Herd Immunity is working and how many people that need additional shots or boosters are actually getting them?

  3. Hey guys,
    Turns out… getting infected with the mild version of covid 19 doesn't give you enough antibodies to make you immune. You can actually catch it again!

  4. The average person is dumb and half these jokes aren't even close to funny.


    ^ these type of jokes. Half are horrible. Pure trash. Atleast try to make it a bit funny. Some of us like to laugh and or learn.

  5. Infographics Show – Please don’t pad your videos with information other than your topic. You should do a separate video on the history of diseases and vaccines, but many viewers just want to learn about the topic of the video. We all know that videos over ten minutes generate more ad revenue, which is fine – as long as that time is dedicated to the title’s topic.

    I may be in the minority, but I can tell when a video is going to take up time with marginally-related information. Most educational videos pad their run time, and this is sometimes OK – IF the padding information is reasonably relevant and the video creators are considerate of viewer’s time. I was considering forwarding this video to a friend, but I changed my mind after the video wasn’t getting to the point by the five minute mark.

    I like your videos, so I want to encourage you to try to get to the point quickly. If I didn’t like your videos, I wouldn’t bother to give you my feedback.

    Also, I’ve noticed a major negative correlation between the value of information in a video and the amount of padding, so, when I see a video clearly padding the runtime, I can safely assume that the information place at the end isn’t worth my time. I hate to see yet another channel bury the lede to generate more ad revenue.

  6. its funny how much vaxers are trashing anti-vaxes but if you trust in shots so much… why are you worrying about your kid being near a anti-vaxer or anything?

  7. i fun is amusing the people badmouthing anti-vaccineers are monster, but really the one throwing shame are the real monster. insulting or talking down to people isn't going to help get them to achieve that goal you idiots want

  8. meh, used to get the flu show
    stop getting them after the last one was needed in the 7th grade. never been sick in my life

  9. Someone has to make a game about the immune system I will spend all my cash just to try it.
    Also I dont care about your "Why dont you just make it."

  10. Anyone have PROOF of ANY VIRUS even existing!? Nope, didn’t think so. I’ll await all of the logical fallacies, sheep!


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