Scientists Demonstrate Flu Vaccine Lacks Effectiveness
Wednesday, October 26, 2011
Board Certified Clinical Nutritionist Byron J. Richards,
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Researchers at the University of Minnesota published a study this week in the Lancet which essentially says the flu vaccine fails to meet the hype. In fact, they couldn’t find any credible data to show that the flu vaccine did anything effective at all in individuals over the age of 65.
Studies of this type are especially problematic for the shaky germ theory of Western medicine and its public health platform centered on endless vaccinations. How can you get people to line up for a mercury-containing flu vaccine when the benefit is highly questionable?
The study found that in healthy adults the flu vaccine was only 59% effective, and some years far less effective than that. No high quality study on the effectiveness of the flu vaccine in children or pregnant women could be located, sort of odd for a belief system that expects the population to have unwavering confidence. It wasn’t that the researchers didn’t try to find credible research. They looked at 5707 studies over the past 45 years, settling on only 31 that met appropriate criteria.
The simple fact of the matter is that flu vaccines have limited usefulness. There are many technical reasons for this. I reviewed them last November in my article, The Narrow Scope of Flu Vaccine Usefulness. This new study proves my point. You are far better off having a healthy and strong immune system than counting on the flu vaccine for your winter wellness.
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