How mRNA can heal a fractured world

In this 2021 TEDxSeattle talk, Lynda Stuart explains how mRNA vaccines have been a triumph of modern science in the fight against COVID-19. But in a world where healthcare should be a human right, the vaccines after the COVID-19 pandemic have marked the divide between the haves and the have nots. From vaccine researcher to advocate for equal access, Lynda explains why the mRNA vaccines used to fight COVID-19 have the potential to solve supply chain hurdles that have prevented entire regions from building widespread immunity, granting access for all.


Health, Medicine,

Lynda Stuart

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