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Originally posted by VneZonyDostupa
Also, there are not "a million vaccinations". In fact, you would be shocked to see how small the actual number of viable vaccines there currently are. You probably already have most of them if you followed the vaccine schedule as a child.
Originally posted by LoneGunMan
Having spent many years on the front line of emergency medicine I will state that I cannot fathom any valid reason to force a health care worker to have a flu shot. I can understand Hep B because that is forever. If I had one of my patients give me the flu then I would not go to work.
To force you to do this because you are doing a job is not the right thing to do. IF you eat right exercise and keep your immune system in top running order you are very unlikely to catch the flu.
Originally posted by star in a jar
Unnecessary vaccinations are potentially very dangerous.
I think such an flu vaccine caused me to become allergic to diary because most flu vaccines have had adjuvants added to it to stretch the supply (make it cheaper) and these adjuvants consist of some of the most disgusting ingredients that can possibly be injected in people, some ingredients that are known DNA mutagens.
Parents shouldn't take the risks, I'm sure flu vaccines have caused more damage than the flu itself, not only for the generation that got them, but the next generation as well through indirect genetic alternations.