Polyethylene glycol (PEG): A polymer used in Moderna’s mRNA-1273, it seems it can be microwave-accelerated?

The idea of microwave acceleration in medicine or microwave-accelerated is fast becoming a new and novel way of dealing with internal medicine without surgery. Polyethylene glycol, a polymer used in the new mRNA-1273 vaccine of Moderna can be, microwave-accelerated. Meaning that you can use 5G technology to interact with it, activate it or de-activate it. You could wrap a piece of mRNA in Polyethylene glycol (PEG) -- PEGxylation, and that polymer, through vaccine injection is carried into the cells, microwave acceleration releases/activates/deactivates the nano-particles; genetic material, nanotechnology or sensor. For years ultrasound has been used to gain an image of a fetus in development within a womb. Microwave-accelerated and delivery of cancer therapeutics without invasive surgery has gone on for some time now also.