By design -- as far es the ON is concerned -- a vaccine has the potential to make a strong immune system more resilient, but in contrast a weak immune system might suffer more likely from adverse reactions. Doesn't that sound like the common "the strong will survive"-refrain of social darwinism aka eugenics? The line has to be drawn somewhere and this line may be manipulated by choosing the right subjects for tests. A vaccine might be of little harm to a well fed middle class steak eater but not so for the rest of humanity. Urban (talk) 08:51, 25 May 2020 (UTC)
Some information I found on Stem cell therapy used in vaccines
Not sure if these links are useful to anyone, I did a search of stem cell therapy being used in vaccines. I will be looking further into it. Sorry if this information is not useful.
.https://www.bloomberg.com/features/2020-moderna-biontech-covid-shot/ .https://www.webmd.com/lung/news/20200403/fda-oks-1st-stem-cell-human-trial-for-covid-19 .https://www.cdc.gov/flu/prevent/cell-based.htm .https://newsroom.ucla.edu/releases/stem-cell-research-covid-19 .https://www.sciencemediacentre.co.nz/2020/08/27/covid-19-vaccines-developed-with-human-embryonic-cells-expert-reaction/
Good points above here; some more from the Erasmus University Rotterdam https://science.sciencemag.org/content/sci/early/2021/02/16/science.abf4896.full.pdf -- User:Jun 17:47, 17 February 2021 (UTC)