Flu Vaccination Rates and Deaths from Flu: Both Increasing
Posted Dec 27 2009 4:35pm
Let me introduce my source before I get to the main point. Mayer Eisenstein, MD, JD, MPH is director of HomeFirst, a healthcare clinic near Chicago. Eisenstein became widely known in 2005 when insurance companies noticed his clinic, which cares for more than 30,000 children, did not have any patients with autism. Zero patients with autism is an anomaly for pediatric clinics since the overall rate of autism for U.S. children who were eight in 2004 is now pegged at 1 in 100. Statistically, there should have been 300 kids with autism at HomeFirst. Turns out, the patients had not gone elsewhere after diagnosis. There just weren't any autism diagnoses. The main difference in his care of patients? Eisenstein does not recommend vaccines.
Since Eisenstein knows a thing or two about vaccine side effects, it might be worthwhile to hear what he has to say about flu vaccines...
In the video below, Eisenstein draws on his Master of Public Health skills to create a chart showing the rate of flu vaccination and rate of deaths from the flu are both up. Puzzling, or not?
Med Nauseam Editor's Note: Autism is known to occur among unvaccinated children at lower rates than the fully vaccinated, so vaccines do not explain the entire lack of autism at HomeFirst. He does treat patients holistically.