Doctor Admits Vaccine Is More Deadly Than Swine Flu Itself & Will Not Give It To His Kids
"FDA Approved H1N1 Vaccines Contain Ingredients Known to Cause Cancer and Death"
http://vactruth.com/2009/10/02/fda-appr … and-death/
But as course, as we know, "everything gives you cancer"...
I think people are too paranoid about vaccines, they have done good in the world you know.
Yes, I am thankful for not having to have to worry about polio and small pox because of the vaccines. But, on the other hand, I think that nowadays our government has become so greedy that they will do anything to make money. Even if it is to rush a vaccine through that hasn't been tested enough! Sorry, I think that they are off the mark on this one.
I'll get one. I need to. I can't handle extreme flu symptoms for whatever reason so I have to get flu vaccines every year or risk being sick for a month at a time. Now it looks like I'll be getting two.
Not everyone should get the H1N1 vaccine, and that's a fact. My mom had one in the 70s and it turns out she can't even build immunity to the dead viruses so she just got the real swine flu anyways in addition to the regular aches and pains of a vaccine. Now they want her to get it again and that sure isn't happening.
The current swine flu vaccine is 50% placebo effect 50% practical prevention. The average citizen is far more concerned about swine flu than doctors are - for most of us the illness won't be much different from the common flu. However, it does pose a significant danger to children under 12 and we know how fast they contaminate one another.
The best bet in any vaccine isn't that everyone should be vaccinated, it is that it should go to everyone who can take it to lower the risk of those who can't getting it.
As for the doctor, well, I think he'll be hard pressed to find any consensus in the medical community at large that it is more dangerous than recieving the live virus.
Of course, I might be confused. I am 80% sure that they are using inactive vaccines. There might be an f-up with an attenuated strain, but I highly doubt it.
by Becca Hubbard-Woods 8 years ago
Here's my dilemma. My son's school is offering the swine flu vaccine in mist form for free. I have to sign a permission form before they will give it to him and I'm iffy on whether or not to let him have it. He's 5, by the way. Let me know what you guys think. Thanks ahead of time.
by Iontach 7 years ago
Is anybody getting the Swine Flu vaccine?
by starme77 9 years ago
by pgrundy 9 years ago
I spent the day in Indiana taking my 23-year-old son to the doctor. He's been deathly ill for two weeks and has taken a turn for the worse over the last couple days. He has no health insurance, so I went so he could get treated. (I paid.)The doctor said he probably had flu the first week, possibly...
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 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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