Gamaleya Center: The Russian anti-tuberculosis vaccine will not remain a companion of humanity Gamaleya Center: The Russian anti-tuberculosis vaccine will not remain a companion of humanity

Gamaleya Center: The Russian anti-tuberculosis vaccine will not remain a companion of humanity

Gamaleya Center: The Russian anti-tuberculosis vaccine will not remain a companion of humanity

Dr. Alexander Ginzburg, Director of the Gamaleya Center for Epidemiology and Microbiology, announced that the Russian anti-tuberculosis vaccine will protect against infection with the disease in the future.

In an interview with the Russian Novosti News Agency, Ginzburg indicated that this vaccine may change tuberculosis as an epidemic, meaning that this disease will no longer remain a “natural companion” of humans.

He says: “The vaccine will protect against infection, and if it passes the tests successfully, it will not only be intended for children, but also for adults. This means, in principle, that it will change it as an epidemic, that is, we can say that with universal vaccination, tuberculosis will no longer remain a natural companion of the human body.” And humanity.”

According to him, the vaccine will be a single injection, and clinical tests are currently continuing and that 40-50 percent of patients have received the vaccine, and specialized doctors are monitoring the development of their condition.

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