Yet, the flu vaccine as a whole only reduces the number of people who get the flu from 2.7 per 100 to 1.2 per 100, as described here, and here. In other words, 100 people have to get the flu shot (with all its “side effects”) to reduce the number of flu cases from 2.7 to 1.2.
Whooooo Hooooooo!! The media touts this as “59% effectiveness”.
What do you think?
- Vaccinations are linked to diabetes,
- Vaccinations are linked to autoimmune disorders,
- Aluminum adjuvants in vaccines are linked to autism,
- Flu shots during pregnancy lead to 4,250 percent increase in fetal deaths,
- Countries that vaccinate more have higher rates of infant mortality.
Authoritative reviews reveal there is a conspicuous absence of conclusive evidence as to the effectiveness of influenza vaccines in children under 2, healthy adults, the elderly, and healthcare workers who care for the elderly. See also: Infants Receiving More Vaccines–are more likely to be hospitalized or die.
In fact, vaccines may actually decrease resistance to viral infection via their immunosuppressive actions. For example, following the global pandemic declared by the World Health Organization in 2009, those taking the seasonal flu vaccine had an increased rate of medically attended H1N1 flu infection, as reported here.
Flu, flu, flu–what to do? . . .