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Shot in the arm

When my turn in line comes, I will have no hesitancy about rolling up my sleeve and getting a shot in the arm.  My position on the benefit and potential risk of receiving one of the new mRNA-based Covid-19 vaccines is based on over 30 years of studying how we can use the immune system to treat cancer.  I’d like to summarize how this experience has influenced my perspective on taking the vaccine.

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