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Why The Swine Flu VACCINE May Be More Dangerous Than the VIRUS

Posted Feb 08 2010 6:29pm

By Carolyn Dean MD ND

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As the American government gears up to turn schools into vaccination clinics, many readers have asked me to talk about the H1N1 shot.

In an upcoming blog post I’ll share some specific advice on how you and your children can avoid the “mandatory” injection. Today, I wanted to explain why I think the H1N1 vaccine is a hundred times more dangerous than the virus.

While I’m normally against vaccines, I’m doubly against the new H1N1 inoculation.

The manufacturers (I refuse to call them scientists) produced this vaccine way too quickly under pretext of an “international emergency.” (The virus has hardly proven itself more dangerous than the common flu – I consider the “emergency” purely hypothetical hysteria.)

Because of this rushed production, no proper, long-term testing has been done on this new vaccine. Severe side-effects usually take weeks or months to appear. Do you want to volunteer as a guinea pig?

Not only may the vaccine do much harm – there’s no evidence it will do any good. Again, no one has had a chance to test it. And as the media likes to remind us the swine flu is scheduled to mutate in the autumn – rendering any vaccine formula created for the swine flu 1.0 absolutely useless.

H1N1’s “threat to humanity” comes solely through a media-sensationalized THEORY. Hardly seems enough to warrant full scale vaccination.

Next blog post I’ll give you my top six theories as to why the government would make such a potentially dangerous and unproven vaccine mandatory.

Carolyn Dean MD ND
The Doctor of the Future

P.S. Future Health Now! is a series of 48 weekly "consulting sessions in print." Every seven days, I guide you step-by-step on how to add natural practices to your daily routine. Daily consistency will undoubtedly give you the best chance at lasting physical and mental health.

 

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