Scientists Developing "Contagious Vaccines" That Could Jump to Unvaccinated People
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According to reporting from National Geographic, scientists are working on contagious vaccines that can jump from vaccinated people to unvaccinated ones, or between vaccinated and unvaccinated animals.
The idea is that instead of a vaccine staying in one person’s body, the vaccine itself would infect them in such a way that they could pass on vaccination to others around them, much as they would otherwise pass on a disease. Scientists could vaccinate one person or animal in a community, and the vaccination would spread to those around them.
According to National Geographic, scientists are already studying these self-spreading vaccines for Ebola, bovine tuberculosis, and Lassa fever. They are also exploring expanding study to other diseases. Self-spreading vaccines were tested in rabbits on an island in Spain in 1999, but have not otherwise been used in the wild.
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