Saturday, October 6, 2007

Why Do People Get Flu Shots? by Wilton D. Alston

According to Barbara Fisher, who served for ten years on the US National Vaccine Advisory Committee:

"We have bad science and bad medicine translated into law to ensure that vaccine manufacturers make big profits, that career bureaucrats at the Public Health Service meet the mass vaccination goals promised to politicians funding their budgets, and pediatricians have a steady flow of patients…As the drug companies have often stated in meetings I have attended, if a vaccine they produce is not mandated to be used on a mass basis, they do not recoup their R&D costs and do not make the profit they want. In the medical literature official studies of vaccine risk are published purportedly proving there is no cause and effect. What the reader does not know is that often the studies have been designed and conducted by physicians who sit on vaccine policy-making committees at the Centers for Disease Control…some of whom receive money from vaccine manufacturers for their universities and for testifying as expert witnesses in vaccine-injury cases. And others are federal employees with an eye on career advancement within HHS and a future job with a vaccine manufacturer after retirement from public service. Many of these same physicians sit on the peer review boards of the major medical journals such as Pediatrics and JAMA, where they refuse space for studies or letters from the few brave physicians who dare to challenge their assertions that there is no cause and effect."



You must read this article and see the charts!
Why Do People Get Flu Shots? by Wilton D. Alston

2 comments:

  1. And people wonder why I'm against vaccines! Thanks for having the guts to post this. My husband and I are trying to get pregnant and I can tell you already that our child will not be vaccinated. (I also did not want my teenagers to be vaccinated but it turned out differently with them--different father.)

    I applaud you!

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  2. Sarah Collins HonenbergerTue Oct 09, 08:34:00 AM CDT

    Urge your readers, please, to educate themselves on when and how vaccines should be administered. Each vaccine is different and ought to be delivered individually from a non-batched dose. More expensive, but safer. If you have adverse reactions in your family, opt out of mandatory vaccinations and do not accept bundled vaccinations for your babies. Read, read and read, including my novel, a real life story about one of the first vaccine injury cases, White Lies, which will make you understand the deceptive handling of the 1988 compensation fund, supposedly set up to help the families whose children would be the statistical risks, the anticipated victims of mandatory vaccination. A hard reality, but who said parenting was easy?

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Thanks for posting. I really appreciate it.