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Posted on 2004.12.01 at 08:03
How I feel about it all: irritatedirritated
Soundtrack: NPR - Morning Edition


ACCORDING TO HUGH FUDENBURG, MD - the world's leading immunogenetisit and13th most quoted biologist of our time (nearly 850 papers in peer review journals) - If an individual has had 5 consecutive flu shots between 1970 - 1980 (the years of the study) his/her chance of developing Alzheimer's Disease is 10 times greater than if they had 1, two or no shots. When asked why, Dr. Fudenberg stated that it is due to the mercury and aluminum buildup that is in EVERY flu shot (and in almost allchildhood shots). The gradual mercury and aluminum buildup in the brain causes cognitive dysfunction. ALZHEIMERS is now expected to QUADRUPLE.

*Dr. Fudenberg's comments are from his speech at the NVIC International Vaccine
Conference, Arlington VA September, 1997.Alzheimers to quadruple statement is from the John's Hopkins Newsletter of November1998.

Best Regards,

Kevin C. Warner
Linda Warner, C.S.N.,C.P.T.
http://www.ImmunePower.com
http://www.Womens-Solutions.US



I'm going to think twice before getting a flu shot again. The woman who sent me this blurb is an experienced herbalist who doesn't freak out easily. Mercury, bleh.

Comments:


the day you left was just my beginning
patchfire at 2004-01-12 07:22 (UTC) ()
The good news is, after years of pressure, almost every vaccination is now available in a mercury-free preparation.

The bad news is, they still make the preparations with mercury, at least for some vaccines, and you have to be ever-vigilant about which preparation you/your child is receiving.

Of course, I can't remember now whether the flu shot has mercury still or not, primarily because I've never gotten one and basically never intend to get one, so I skim the sections on the flu vaccine. Check and see if your library has the rev. ed. of The Vaccine Guide, it should be 2002 or 2003 copyright, because it has flu and other 'adult' vaccines in it, not just childhood ones.
Really Sunny
willysunny at 2004-01-12 11:17 (UTC) ()
okay, that's scary... i need to talk to my son's dr. he's had 3 in 3 years as he's a preemie and needs the extra boost. maybe they're different for kids. *hopes*
robinhoo at 2004-01-12 13:45 (UTC) ()
EEK! I've never had one, and here's me thinking this is all the evidence I need to not get one again next year.

Does it strike anyone else as peculiar and blackly funny that this little missive is signed "Best Regards"? Perhaps is just me.
try to catch the deluge in a paper cup
primroseburrows at 2004-01-12 21:51 (UTC) ()
Hmm. *thinks* It's just you.

Best Regards,

Me.
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