I have an MRI and get injected with contrast then I go to my site for tests, injections and BLOOD DRAWS. My common sense alarms have been going off about the blood used for my vaccine being full of Gadolinium or whatever my Lab site uses. I can't help but think that vaccine should be made with uncontaminated blood.
This is exactly what happens when I go for my visits. I thought they still make the vaccine from that first bag of blood we gave them at the beginning of IIb. I thought that the vials of blood we give is only for them to get an idea of how our follow up "booster" vaccines should be formulated with MRTC's. When I go to give my next bag of blood for the extension study I will question it if they have an MRI scheduled right before the blood collection.
Do you think my thoughts are on track?