Korean researchers are developing an edible vaccine for Alzheimers that is carried in genetically-engineered tomatoes. As long as you eat the tomatoes raw, the vaccine should work (heating destroys it). [The Biotech Weblog]
Isn't a vaccine specifically a preparation of a weakened pathogen, that boosts the body's immune system against the full-strength stuff?
Is there some sort of new evidence that Alzheimer's works that way?
'Cause, I'm just thinking scientists should use the right words...