Do you understand a lot of the ingredients and why they are used? Or did you just see the headline and form your opinion?
There are many in the medical field who are very dubious about this vaccine,and with good reason. The researchers will tell you it hasn't been through the rigamarole of testing and is not safe for humans at this juncture. It is a medical fact.
This vaccine is not that new, there have been testings since 2001. The rigorous testing you are speaking of is and has been sped up due to the nature of the pandemic. Makes sense does it not? People would be up in arms if Health Officials were taking their time.
Many of the doctors that are voicing concern over this vaccine are also holistic practitioners and many do not believe in vaccinations of any kind.
The ingredients in the vaccine, have you taken the time to look at how these ingredients work with one another? How the break down of it in the actual vaccine is different than the form you would see on a shelf in a lab? Probably not.
When collecting your facts, make sure to look at them all without bias, otherwise your choices are not well informed.
The site she listed seemed pretty complete in it's research into the vaccine. Also, Ron Paul is a physician himself and this is posted on his site, so I'm inclined to believe it's accuracy.
I watched a documentry last night that showed a flu vacination had caused paralysis in the past, although the number of cases was fairly small, it made me think again. It also showed that they use eggs to manufacture many vacinations, which I was unaware, not sure what properties they have.
They often do not clarify on reports such as this that this is an allergic reaction to the vaccine and not a side effect. They also fail to tell you that it is 1 in a Million chance of that happening. If people were to stop listening to media, who please remember, are all about the story and read the medical information about the vaccine, they would be at least making a logical choice in whether or not they wanted the vaccination.
Recall any and every drug you see a commercial for on TV and how they list the side effect that MAY happen. It is the same in this case. Less than 3% of people even experienced fever as a side effect...but they have to say it because it is morally responsible for doing so.
by Nicola Thompson 4 years ago
What's your opinion on vaccinations?We've heard the conspiracies, we have heard them bunked, we've heard them supported. To vaccinate or not to vaccinate?
by Play Free Games 8 years ago
There has been a lot of debate with doctors, researchers, politicians and so on....Important questions arise such as:* Who should or should not take the vaccine* Should you take the flu shot or H1N1 vaccine* Should it be mandatory* Who are high risk people* What happens if we as a world population...
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