Slobodan Babnchevic, co-author of the site “Science Through Stories”, said live in Dan that vaccination is a “patriotic act”. “We can gamble on the opportunity to get vaccinated, to let new vaccines infiltrate the vaccinated population and the whole job is in vain,” he says. At present, there are no tests, he adds, that measuring immunity itself and measuring antibodies is a “delicate step”.
As he says, like other people who report on science in any way, he had the opportunity to use a more current approach on the networks – to show what is positive and what is the negative effect of vaccination through personal examples.
“So I shared this with people. I’m been lucky to find that there are a lot of antibodies, but not all vaccines have the same effect. Some are more effective, some are less effective. We talked a lot about this. Vaccines do not give the same effect in all people. Not for comparison. “If it’s not wrong to try to get antibodies out, it’s not wrong, it’s definitely wrong to compare that result with other people, because it’s very complicated and the math and genetics behind the test,” he said.
Now, there is no test, he adds, that immunity itself can be measured.
The presence of antibodies is measured here. The test itself measures whether you have enough antibodies left in the serum to build your immune system and start the whole machine, ”he says.
When asked about science’s answers to vaccination opponents’ arguments, he said the first answer was “start talking about how many cases there are where the vaccine has failed.”
“It takes about 10 minutes, and at this point you have to count the number of cases that have worked in about six months,” he says.
He says if we really count those people, it will take a long time.
“These individual cases where the effect is incomplete, someone is infected, you can easily find those individual cases in such cases, but the key to understanding here is that we have been living in any kind of science for more than a year and the laboratory lobby is not trained to understand how science deals with phenomena. “Understanding the relationship between numbers is a skill that scientists practice,” he says.
When talking about vaccination, he says, we always talk on two levels, one is personal and the other is social.
“When you speak personally, the question of whether you are willing to do anything for yourself and your environment comes up about your personal risk assessment. Another thing is the social aspect of the individuals who participate in the community,” he says.
Israel is a striking example.
When asked if the vaccination campaign was late, he said that initially the state was in a position to look for vaccines and had not thought of a more serious campaign on the issue.
He points out that a discussion with antivaxers “doesn’t really help”.
“We can gamble on the opportunity to get vaccinated, to let new vaccines infiltrate the vaccinated population and all the work is in vain,” he says.
He believes the vaccination is a patriotic act.
“This is a harmless procedure that helps your community a lot,” he says.
He believes that the number of people who are interested in science has increased as well as the number of people who do not believe.
We have doubled the number of people who follow the “Science through Stories” portal, ”he says.
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