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Clinical Trial Part Two

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Vagus | 19:04 Mon 22nd Jan 2024 | Body & Soul
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Sooooo, I spent three and a half hours being assessed, questioned and examined, by a doctor and a nurse. Most of that time was answering in depth questions about my health..past and present.

I had blood taken, had to sign numerous disclaimers, agree to my GP being informed, ticked the boxes about my info being used in other trials if I wanted, which I did.

I was deemed suitable for the trial (which was in its third stage) so was given a jab. Waited 30 mins in case I had a reaction and then left, with a rather nice amount paid into my bank account (this is not advertised and I had no idea I would be paid when I signed up).

I will be closely monitored for three months. It was all very, very interesting.



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she walks among us!

.... and you don't even know if you're actual or placebo - a bit too spooky for me I think, but the money must be nice 😋


Good luck !



Do you know what was injected into you?

Thanks for the catch up.  Do you know what you are being trialled for, what health problem it will help? 

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No, Tilly, I don't know if it's a placebo or the real vaccine, it's a blind trial. There is a way, if necessary, of someone to be able to find out which I had. If I'm admitted to hospital, for whatever reason, I have to tell them I'm on this trial and the hospital will be notified which one I've had.

Yes, Barry, I know, which is why my GP put me forward for it.

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I think I must have had the sore arm, no nothing really, mind you, they did say give it six days.

When questioned,the doctor also said if I do get any reaction then it's likely I've been given the vaccine. The only reaction I've ever had, to any jab, is a sore arm, and a bit of an unwell feeling after the Covid jabs.

I was hoping I'd get the vaccine 😏

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