Here's part of the story:
If vaccines really worked to save lives, then the more people you vaccinate, the lower death rates you should see, right? But that's not the case. Back in 1989, only 15 percent of over-65 people got vaccinated against the flu. But today, thanks to the big vaccine push, over 65 percent are vaccinated. And yet, amazingly, death rates among the elderly have not gone down during the flu season. In fact, they've gone up!
Read the full story here. (Examiner.com)
Yesterday's post on Swine Flu:
My daughter and I received word that her great aunt passed away last Friday, from Swine Flu.
This is the first person I actually know to have died from it. My grandson has already had it, and a great-niece has had it, and thank God both of them recovered.
According to many professionals, there is no reason to fear the vaccination.
"The H1N1 vaccine is made in exactly the same way, using the same material, the same companies, the same process as the seasonal flu vaccine we make every single year and give to tens and tens of millions of people," said Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the U.S. National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases.
The problems with the vaccine of 1976 should not be a concern today. Technology and technique has improved. The only problems so far are mild and rare.
But, about 40% of Americans are still NOT planning to get the vaccine.
I'm one of them, but I never have taken a flu shot.
How do you feel about it?