I am curious how would they pull this off?

They couldn't even prove that the flu was transmissible.. how would such a "vaccine" work?

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It's been done already, with rabbits. https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0264410X01001840?via=ihub

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I'm not convinced. They observed some igG antibody response in some 50% of the rabbits.

That's not necessarily a measure of immunity, and even more so, it might have been caused by something else in the experiment

Did they perform a control experiment, by any chance?

Most of the times in virology they never perform control experiments, which means the thing they're trying to prove is contained within the conditions of that experiment.

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