Flu Vaccine Banned in Italy

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Flu Vaccine Banned in Italy

In searching for articles to support my point of view that vaccines are not at all what they appear to be, I found that there are so many–too many to post here, that more than support my understanding — that flu shot vaccines aren’t really treating effectively against the flu but rather are causing harm, including death, to some who do take it.

I do believe in effective antibiotics to treat those who have fallen ill from bacterial pneumonia with proper medical care and therapies.

Articles:

The article from Mercola.com (2012) below is powerful in explaining why the flu vaccine is not what people believe that they really can help but rather cause great harm:

“Most recently, a University Of Minnesota study published in January found that flu vaccines may not offer as much protection as previously thought. The elderly, in particular, do not appear to receive measurable value from the flu shot, which is the same conclusion reached by several previous studies. Trivalent inactivated influenza vaccines also didn’t offer much protection to children over the age of seven.” (source:  Mercola.com)

Flu Vaccine Banned in Italy:

Dec. 1, 2014, Rome:

The number of people who have died in Italy after being administered a flu vaccine made by Swiss pharmaceutical company Novartis has risen to 13. The Italian Medical Agency (AIFA) has warned against panic and stressed there is not proof yet that it was the vaccine that led to the deaths. However it said it had banned two batches of the product – called FLUAD – as a precautionary measure, pending further studies.  (source: theage.com)

This is the second time in two years that Italy has banned Novartis, the maker of the flu vaccine. Italy banned Novartis in 2012, mentioned in the same article by Mercola.com (above).  In the Mercola.com site, the other European countries who had banned Novartis were Switzerland, Spain, Austria, Germany,  and France.

Italy Bans Flu Shot 9 Dead

CDC Flu Surveillance Report:

As of November 15, 2014, the CDC has not listed total number of people with the flu in the United

Flu CDC Wk Ending 11 15 2014 States, but a Flu Surveillance Report is available for viewing.

The breakdown map indicates the geographic location of known flu but does not measure the severity of the influenza activity.

During week 46 (November 9-15, 2014), influenza activity was low in the United States.

The CDC has statistically broken down the United States to 10 Regions:

*HHS regions (Region 1 CT, ME, MA, NH, RI, VT; Region 2: NJ, NY, Puerto Rico, US Virgin Islands; Region 3: DE, DC, MD, PA, VA, WV; Region 4: AL, FL, GA, KY, MS, NC, SC, TN; Region 5: IL, IN, MI, MN, OH, WI; Region 6: AR, LA, NM, OK, TX; Region 7: IA, KS, MO, NE; Region 8: CO, MT, ND, SD, UT, WY; Region 9: AZ, CA, Guam, HI, NV; and Region 10: AK, ID, OR, WA).
† Elevated means the % of visits for ILI is at or above the national or region-specific baseline
‡ National data are for current week; regional data are for the most recent three weeks
§ Includes all 50 states, the District of Columbia, Guam, Puerto Rico, and U.S. Virgin Islands

National and Regional Summary of Select Surveillance Components

Flu CDC Data Cumulative as of 9 28 14

European Avian Flu

In the meantime, there are rising concerns of the Avian Flu (bird flu) outbreak in Asian and European nations:

Flu Avian in Europe

What’s In the Flu Vaccine?

What They Aren’t Telling You About The Flu Vaccines

Summary:

Know your rights.  Be informed.  Read what’s inside any vaccine (or medications) before you decide to take it.  You can refuse to take vaccines but you must have a written statement from your doctor or if it violates your religious beliefs you can refuse the vaccine but you must complete a written statement refusing the take the vaccine.

Vaccine exemption forms are available for downloading.  Locate your state, review the form, download it, etc.  Click here.

Blessings,

SeashoreMary

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