Mercury in your child’s flu vaccine

By Michael Dorausch, D.C.
planetc1.com staff author

California government health officials today agreed to override a statewide ban on a mercury based compound (thimerosal) so that more kids under the age of three could get flu shots even though recent research suggests the shots may not be safe or effective.

Mercury in Flu VaccinesWhile it may be business as usual at the medical cartel drug them till they’re dead clinics in California, some people may want to actually wake up and pay attention to what’s going on here.

Health officials will likely tell parents that it’s far more important for their babies to receive flu vaccines, even though they contain the mercury compound, in order to protect them from deadly bouts of the flu.

The lifting of the ban on the mercury preservative will allow a major vaccine manufacturer to ship 500,000 more doses to the State of California, even though several California flu shot locations say they have no shortage of either adult or pediatric vaccine.

There is no doubt that someone will suggest that there is little scientific evidence linking the mercury thimerosal compound to increased rates of autism, a majorly controversial topic. Tell that to the parents and researchers that fought for several years to have thimerosal banned from childhood vaccines, finally having that ban go into effect this year.

But the cartel death star has struck first and the ban has been waived for at least the next six weeks thanks to pressure on the State of California from four or more medical groups.

Speaking of scientific evidence, it has only been a few days since the British Medical Journal published a report that concluded there is little scientific proof that inactivated influenza vaccine is safe and effective for children and adults.

Parents should be asking some serious questions. Why, when major medical research publications have just released independent analysis reports with findings that past studies related to flu vaccination cannot show safety or effectiveness, are health officials in California reintroducing banned potential toxins into baby’s body’s?

The National Vaccine Information Center (NVIC) is calling on the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) to stop recommending annual flu shots for all infants and children until methodologically sound studies are conducted.

BMJ: Influenza vaccination: policy versus evidence
NVIC: Studies Fail to Demonstrate Safety or Effectiveness of Influenza Vaccine in Children and Adults

Planet Chiropractic: Autism, mercury poisoning, thimerosal and the flu vaccine

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