With hundreds of novel ‘medicines’ coming down the pharmaceutical pipeline, what are the public’s arms, noses and mouths to receive from now on: more mRNA? More monoclonal antibodies? More antivirals? As the medicines we have all become familiar with start to disappear from pharmacy shelves worldwide, can we trust the new ‘medicines’ coming down the pipeline? What is the definition of ‘safe’? Does safety even exist in the pharmaceutical industry? What is a biological medicine?
In this interview, Debi Evans asks these questions of two well-qualified people. Hedley Rees, world expert in pharmaceutical manufacturing and distribution, has nearly four decades of professional expertise. Cheryl Grainger BSc is a self-employed Training Consultant who has serviced pharmaceutical companies for over 35 years. Both Rees and Grainger have been raising the alarm since the roll-out of Covid–19 injections, and now both collaborate with experts from all over the world in order to alert the public.
We also consider: With more and more mRNA injections for many more medical conditions coming thick and fast to a hospital near you, what can the public expect? With public trust in ‘science’ and vaccinations waning, will scientists find another way to deliver mRNA into our bodies—and if so, will they be successful or is it just more pie in the sky? What exactly does ‘personalised medicine’ mean, and how will it affect us?
Hedley and Cheryl are both working closely with Dr Chris Flowers and the Daily Clout, who have been analysing the hundreds of thousands of released Pfizer documents. What could be the consequences of transporting vials of experimental medicines on mopeds, over potholes? What is the relevance of temperature storage? Should mRNA and lipid nanoparticles ever have been given through a needle? You may find the answer surprising.
Currently, there are nearly 200 new mRNA injections in the pharmaceutical pipeline. To view the Moderna pipeline, please click here. As Moderna opens a new manufacturing plant in the UK, and the UKHSA signs a contract with CLS Seqiris to manufacture millions of pandemic influenza jabs in Liverpool, how safe is any flu vaccine today?
Hedley Rees’ book, What Patients Need to Know about Pharmaceutical Supply Chains, containing everything a critical thinker needs to know about the supply chains for SARS–CoV–2 injections, is packed with facts and evidence that cannot be refuted. Another of his books, entitled The Covid–19 Supply Chain: Fact not Fiction, featured in the interview, can be purchased here. He has also written Supply Chain Management in the Drug Industry: Delivering Patient Value for Pharmaceuticals and Biologics. Wiley is to publish his latest book, Transforming the Pharmaceutical Supply Chain. Hedley Rees can also be found blogging at Inside Pharma on Substack.
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Finally, what should the public do when bombarded with invitations to book multiple injections, many of which have not been tested? What should you do if you are asked to have a couple of jabs together—perhaps flu and Covid on the same day, one in each arm? Currently, there is no safety data on the concomitant administration of these two injections. In fact, there is no safety data on the effects of mRNA in combination with most other medicines on the market. With that in mind, you may wish to say no.
The solution is to question everything and if you don’t get any satisfactory answers, say no. Be sure to check the patient information leaflets for the active ingredients and serious adverse reaction advice, which for all medicines licensed in Britain can be found here on the MHRA website. Be informed, and be aware of the ABPI Code of Practice for the Pharmaceutical Industry (2021).