'Venom Man'

AN AMATEUR scientist can shockingly take back-to-back bites from the world's deadliest snakes on purpose and claims to be making himself immune from their venom.

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+3 1. Giselle commented 4 years ago

Start measuring this guy up for a coffin, he looks ill.
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+1 2. ringmaster commented 4 years ago

As they are all saying, the cost is great in this business. At least I hope that the medical field and several patients benefit from it.
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0 3. Judge-Jake commented 4 years ago

Well it's not for everyone and as long as he isn't insane good luck to him :|
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+2 4. mircea911 commented 4 years ago

#1 he looks ill but is not, the only thing that looks bad at him is the damage the venom did over time (it will take a toll on his body no matter how immune he is, you ca see it on his face) still, i bet he will live longer than most regular people
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+1 5. kirkelicious commented 4 years ago

By definition vaccines provide active acquired immunity against viral or bacterial infections.
Trying to develop a vaccine against a venom seem like a pretty silly idea to start with.
Doing it by letting yourself get bitten indiscriminately by a large variety of different species must be the worst possible way of doing so.
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+2 6. Burimi commented 4 years ago

# 1 One thing is sure: he will die one day, but I think the purpose of all this is that someone will benefit in future
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-1 7. johnnysue commented 4 years ago

He not only looks ill , he also looks stupid.
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+2 8. ComentAtor commented 4 years ago

#6 ? he wants attention .. no real purpose in all that .. i believe
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0 9. Natan_el_Tigre commented 4 years ago

#5 Sure, his method could be improved, but it appears it's not far off:

http://www.zmescience.com/other/feature-post/antivenom-made-precious/ (i)