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Lymetoo
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If so, be SURE to read THIS!!

http://www.healthy-holistic-living.com/know-anyone-considering-flu-shot-year-show.html?t=DM

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Tincup
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I like this part...

"51 studies involving 260,000 children age 6 to 23 months established no evidence that the flu vaccine is any more effective than a placebo."

So stick it, IDSA. ah ha ha ha ha!

And this is important too...

"Medical research shows flu shots are associated with an increased risk of vascular inflammation."

We certainly don't need any more inflammation problems!

And this...

"Evidence now suggests that ingredients in flu vaccinations can actually cause serious neurological disorders. In 1976 a significant number of those who received the flu vaccine acquired Guillain-Barré Syndrome (GBS)"

Thanks for posting this article TuTu. And for kicking off the debate this year.

[Big Grin]

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Silverwolf
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Hi <<<<< Lymetoo >>>>>,

Flu shots uh...gee yeah...NO, NO, NO and No again. My mom was ordered to get one, some years before she died. She became horribly ill.

She was already suffering a chronic illness, and she had not been anywhere in weeks, the shot gave her a nasty case of flu.

A cousins son, has Autism, and Landau Kleffner Syndrome[Sp.], he was fine until he had his childhood vaccinations at about 2 years of age. He is an adult now, and cannot take care f himself.

I realize cousins son wasn't flu vaccine, but I don't trust vaccines.

TrekC' knowingly refuses flu vaccines as well, and so far that is one thing his doctors have allowed [I think secretly at least some of them agree with us].

I glanced thru the article,will try to read more in depth later. Thanks for posting it.

And hey,like, I already got the flu now, why would I want to add more flu viruses , and poisons into my system.

In 2001,when I had a nasty flu, that caused a lung bleed. We were told,it was a Flu strain the doctors didn't see coming.The vaccine they had was ineffective.

So again, ur...yeah...NO,NO,No,and NO...

Jus' Silverwolfi sayin' NOOoooooooo!

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I heard on the news that last year's formula was 20% effective. Hell no
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Lymetoo
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"Evidence now suggests that flu vaccines can cause Alzheimer’s disease. Research conducted by Dr. Hugh Fudenberg, a leading immunogeneticist, shows that those who consistently get the flu vaccine increase their risk of Alzheimer’s disease by 10 fold.

He believes this is due to the toxic combination of aluminum and mercury in the vaccine. Additionally, introducing the flu virus to an elderly person (who with age will naturally have a weaker immune system) will only increase the chances of that individual becoming susceptible to more serious illness."

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Christopher J
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Absolutely no on the flu shot. God knows what they are putting in there.
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No way.
I will use Oscillo at the first sign of the flu.

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Catgirl
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Only sheep get flu shots. People who research it know how bad it is. But still, there are sheep everywhere.

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bcb1200
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The only time I get a flu shot is if a specific strain is going around and I know that strain is covered by the shot.

Example H1N1 which is the strain that kills 40 year olds. When that is out an about killing people, I get the shot as long as H1N1 is covered in it.

But otherwise they are guessing at the strains.

That being said, influenza is NOT FUN. I'm getting over a bout of it from Thanksgiving. Still not back to normal. Fever is gone and energy is returning. But cough is still bad, I've got a post-viral itchy rash, and still get headaches from time to time.

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