This egg could save your life

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Why the simple egg is a key ingredient of many vaccines.

You can’t make a flu vaccine without a few eggs – up to 360,000 a day, in fact. Come inside pharmaceutical company GSK’s vaccine factory to discover why tens of millions of eggs are needed each year to stop the flu virus in its tracks.

Special thanks to GSK

Film maker: Barry J Gibb
Assistant producer: Simon Moore
Photographer: Aaron Tilley
Set design: Kerry Hughes
Art director: Peta Bell

Comments

Kyle Adams says:

Just because eggs are safe to eat does not mean they are safe to inject into your bloodstream.

EhrenBlogs BaguettiHunters says:

Schlecht ganz schlecht 🙁

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