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What if mRNA could be a drug? | Stephane Bancel | TEDxBeaconStreet
Biology dogma: DNA — mRNA — proteins. The biotech industry has made wonders for patients in the last 30 years making recombinant proteins, like EPO and insulin. What if mRNA could be a drug and the body could make its own missing proteins on demand?\n\nStephane Bancel is the founding CEO of moderna Therapeutics in Cambridge, MA.\n\nIn the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized.* (*Subject to certain rules and regulations)
Aaron Ward écrit: MRNA is not a vaccine! Stay Non GMO my friendAaron Ward écrit: Billions of trips around the sun to get to where where at today and people think they are intelligent enough to rewrite our genetics for the better. Deron Baker écrit: I'm just here to watch the girl fall asleep starting at 5:15 mark. Not only did this lecture pre-date COVID, it pre-dated ASMR.Shane Stewart écrit: To date Moderna has never brought a product to market, nor even made it through clinical trials. They've never made a vaccine before, ever, but they are planning to give an unproven, untested, new vaccine, a completely unproven, untested, new "type" of vaccine, to healthy children, all over the world despite, the risks of cancer & other long term (or short term) effects, who aren't even at risk to be infected with covid or to infect others. The fact they are not only willing to do this, but intent on it, should tell you all you need to know about "what" they are doing.Ray Rowley écrit: I don't understand how the mRNA gets into the cells. When injected it seems like it would be in the blood stream but how to you pass the cell membrane so that it can start working?g90 écrit: I am here because of Moderna's recent work on Covid-19 vaccine 🙂John Ji écrit: I’m here after seeing Moderna’s successful COVID19 trial published in NEJM today.Davidgojr écrit: It is a shame we allow government regulators to get in the way of human progress. This is why development takes so long and is so expensive. We should have deregulated zones for scientific, engineering and technical experiments whether on land or at sea. It may not always go perfectly but the net benefit on the speed human progress would be game changing.Garvit Arora écrit: Brilliant!Mike Daniels écrit: Those who had eyes to see and ears to hear, read the tealeaves and bought MRNA stock AFTER this video are now millionaires.Isabela Vargas écrit: Incredible, I really appreciate the first results.AceNZ écrit: At 5:15, asian girl and guys in the front sleepy as a baby The presenter could have made it more interesting.. monotonous voice is not helpingwarequalsnofuture écrit: We KNOW!Glenn McEnroe écrit: Just proves that TEDx is a big advertisement, its been 7 years, where are the products?Nataya Boonmark écrit: Great thought and hope you all the best of success.derek452 écrit: Wow 7 years later and this company is trying to save the World by creating a vaccine at lightning speed. Currently phase2 trial as of May.
Think about this; Covid19 genetic sequence released in Jan. We in phase2 trial in MAY!!!!!
IMyles Herbu écrit: i was here before moderna saves the worldchristopher cooper écrit: the only adv of this over traditional vaccines is that its quicker to develop
what are the disadvKreationKreatures écrit: There's no way I'm letting anyone inject micronized RNA into my body! This is beyond insane! This could lead to deformities in our next generation!nobi C écrit: I buy mrna stock in this years. $29 in Right now $65Sati Muts écrit: yesterday Moderna got FDA approve on second phase Covid-19 vaccine . this will determine if this Technology has any advantage or not . so great to watchBrad MacDonald écrit: Ok, quick sticks, let’s get this rolled out for covid.Shock G écrit: Does this work is there proof it worked?Amjed Abdeljelil écrit: When I watch presentation like this one makes think that all our sicknesses and diseases are disappearing, but when I look to what's happening to human health is actually deteriorating , it seems like the more treatment we find the more diseases we have..HardFlip Mike écrit: The start to the end of Covid19 started here.NBA Referee écrit: Nice money grab opportunity for corona virus vaccine patent. Bravo for beating chinese geneticists to the discovery but is moderna going to wait until april to release it? Pandemics are exponential not linear. Please hurry upwestfield90 écrit: It’s been so long since this lecture. What is the latest status?Vetforlife écrit: Can't believe scientists used to call RNA junk.C Alex écrit: How about Moderna?Thomas écrit: His English is worse than the Biogen CEO.Omar ALİ écrit: please could you attach the link of the articles about what he have talked about ?Andrew écrit: Im not entirely sure if the underlining message of this presentation is different in any way from the countless others just like it, but for me personaly, I find this particular video and this particular announcement to be particularly exciting and revolutionary. I sincerely hope this makes its way thru to the 1% that reach their intended goal.Highlyskeptical écrit: Telomerase is a protein enzyme made by a mRNA template. I wonder if this could be a way to beat the Hayflick limit of around 50 or so cell divisions before the DNA telomeres that protects our chromosomes falls apart too much?
Could this be the beginning of the end of aging?4chantalol écrit: How does this have so few views? This is such a fantastic breakthrough!AngelHeartStudios écrit: This can save so many lives!