Spermicide,cleaner,and cosmetics along with thimerosal and squalene found in Experimental H1N1 vaccine.Trials for the experimental H1N1 swine flu vaccine commenced Tuesday Sept 15 in Thornton Colorado.Novartis,a bio-pharmaceutical company that manufacture the vaccine, is recommending that children participating in trial receive two doses of an experimental vaccine.Every one should have a sense of concern as the only safety checks for these children are a few blood draws and follow up phone calls, No neurological testing.
Offocial opinions from federal agencies, such as CDC, insist that the new vaccine will be safe and effective.Experts argue that the only variable changing from the normal flu vaccine and the H1N1 experimental vaccine is the novelA/H1N1 antigen. in other words,the same technology is used but with the new virus.
Squalene MF59 is an adjuvant appear to be thick oil base,is used in influensa vaccines Licencsed for adult and /or elderly in many countries worldwide,but is not contained in any vaccines currently approved in the United State.And now the vaccine is designed for children between the age of 3 and 8 and they plan on shooting up newborns and pregnant women with this stuff?Buyer beware.According to Dr.Sherri Tenpenny-on first blush,squalene seemslike a good choice for an adjuvant.Manufactured naturally in the liver,squalene is a precursor for cholesterol.In addition squalene can be purchased at health food stores in its more commonly known form,'shark liver oil'However,ingested squalene has a completely different effect on the body than injected squalene.When molecule of squalene enter the body through an injection,even at concentrations as small as 10 to 20 parts per billion,it can lead to self-destructive immune responses,such as autoimmune arthritis and lupus.
There is a statement about possibility of making H1N1 flu vaccine mandatory by the end of Oct.Two months after the mandatory swine flu vaccination in 1976,there were thousands of people died from Guillain Barre' syndrome a paralyzing nerve disease that can be caused by the vaccine at that time.Personally , I known a lady friend of mine she was paralyzed for there days after she received the flu vaccine.Around April 1976, due to nationwide protest against the swine flu vaccine, government stop the mandatory vaccination abruply,pandemic of flu never materialized.
A growing number of scientists and reserchers believe that a relationship between the increase in neurodevelopmental disorders of autism,attention deficit hyperactive disorder, and speech or language delay,and the increased use of thimerosal in vaccines is plausible and deservs more scrutiny.You can find above statement from the 'Dan Burton/congressional record about thimerosal.Dan Burton's grandson became autistic after he received antrax vaccine around 2002 when he was 17 years old.
The chances of getting flu is possible, but ,if we have a
good immune system we should be fight off the virus better than with a compromised immune system.
A participant in the German H1N1vaccine trials reported serious adverse reactions;including coughing up blood,but,the lead researcher blow it off.
According to our Constitution, we do have a right to decide what is going to be injected to our bodies,out of genuine concerns for the health and lives of all of us.Please weight the pro and con than make an intelligent decision regarding the H1N1 flu vaccination.
by sannyasinman 5 years ago
http://www.activistpost.com/2013/02/sho … ctive.htmlHave you had your flu shot yet?
by megs78 8 years ago
I need some advice here. We are in the midst of our vaccination campaign and I am being forced to make a decision on whether or not to vaccinate my children. I just don't know what to do. On one hand, I want to protect my children from that flu, but on the other hand, I feel I...
by Arby Bourne 8 years ago
Hello, all! I see a lot of new faces, reminding me of how long I've been away from my beloved HP. This place really rocks, doesn't it? School has kept me extremely busy the last few months. Which brings me to my request for you, dear Hubbers. I'm writing a piece about the H1N1 vaccine, or more...
by Simon Cook 8 years ago
I did a quick poll on a Swine Fly vaccine hub, and almost 70% of the people who responded are not getting a shot - OK so it's only out of 19 people so far - but is that representative of the Hub community? I for one won't be - but we're still talking to the doctor's regarding my pregnant daughter!
by jajajaj 7 years ago
how much the prize of vaccination of anti cervical cancer in the philippines???
by Scott P Williams 4 years ago
I'm a nurse working for a major healthcare company. However, I am only into natural health stuff. I give injections and medications to patients that I would never want to take myself. Now...my job is making the Flu vaccine mandatory. I already refused the shot and they are making me wear a monkey...
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