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Flu

Everyone is talking about the flu.  It seems to be at peak levels in most states.  The CDC said that there was a 10% accuracy in guessing which flu strains would be prevalent this year.

So 90% of the vaccine you got would have no positive effects.  But it still has the toxins.  If you watched “Vaccines Revealed,” or “The Truth About Vaccines,” you might want to avoid vaccines altogether.

I heard about two people who had the flu, went to the doctor and got Tamiflu and did quite well. It made me think.  Follow my reasoning.  If Tamiflu really works well, why don’t we have enough Tamiflu for the number of people we expect to get the flu.  If you get the flu, you can get Tamiflu and there would be no need to get a flu shot.  Where does my reasoning fail me?

I am not suggesting it.  I haven’t studied Tamiflu so I do not know about the side effects.  But that might solve some of the vaccine issues, like not having the right strain in the mix.

Personally, I have had patients come in with their arms hurting (a lot) because they got the shot and they had a reaction.  Sometimes they had muscle wasting, sometimes reduced range of motion and always pain.  Why hasn’t anyone else thought of this?

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