Ignoring for a moment all the toxic side effects that this vaccine can deliver, lets just consider how effective it might be at protecting you from
the disease, in the best case scenario.
Here is the analysis, taken from articles.mercola.com...
How Effective is the H1N1 Vaccine, Really?
"Specific levels of HI antibody titers post-vaccination with inactivated influenza virus vaccine have not been correlated with protection from
influenza virus. In some human studies, antibody titers of 1:40 or greater have been associated with protection from influenza illness in up to 50% of
You will find that paragraph in all the vaccine inserts.
What that paragraph says, is that the vaccine only works in half, or less, of those individuals who attain the specified level of seroconversion after
vaccination. The FDA defines seroconversion as achieving an antibody titer of 1:40.
This means that if a vaccine was 100 percent effective at achieving this level of seroconversion, it would protect up to 50 percent of the recipients
of the vaccine.
But none of the vaccines are 100 percent effective at achieving seroconversion.
CSL's vaccine insert, for example, (see pages 11-12), states that their H1N1 vaccine provides seroconversion for:
•48.7 percent of people aged 18-65
•34 percent for seniors, 65 and older
That means that, at best, their vaccine works in one out of every four people! (49 percent of 50 percent).
Which, of course, means that the vaccine does NOT work in three out of every four people…
Is it REALLY worth it?