Immune enhancement diseases known and unknown

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Dear University of Oxford,

Firstly, congratulations on The University of Oxford, AstraZeneca vaccine that aims to protect against COVID-19.

I am writing to find out what Immune enhancement diseases also known as (Antibody dependence enhancement or Pathogenic priming) you have found during your animal testing trials?

Please provide me with ‘Known’ and ‘Unknowns’

Yours faithfully,

Mr Christopher Richings

FOI, University of Oxford

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Dear FOI,

Please could you provide me with any research carried out at Oxford University related to 'Immune enhancement diseases' after a coronavirus vaccine. Also any external documents shared with you.

Yours sincerely,

Chris R

Dear FOI,

Please could you provide me with any research carried out at Oxford University related to 'Immune enhancement diseases' after a coronavirus vaccine. Also any external documents shared with you.

Yours sincerely,

Chris Richings

FOI, University of Oxford

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Dear Chris Richings

 

I attach our reply to your FOI request of 24 May.

 

Yours sincerely

 

 

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