I have 8 month old twin boys and I wondering how everyone feels about this brand new swine flu vaccination for this winter. Do you think its safe to give infants this new shot that has barely been tested?
It is my opinion that vaccinations in general, and the swine flu vaccine have not been adequately tested. The Swine Flu vaccine has been in development for how many, 6 months at the most? I think it is unconscionable to recommend that pregnany women and children be the first in line to receive this barely tested vaccination. Further, all vaccines contain a class of chemincals called adjuvants. These are toxins that stimulate a massive immune response. The stimulate an immune response because they are detrimental to the human body. Another aspect to consider is how many adjuvants will your child receive and how frequently? No one has studied the effects of multiple vaccinations over a given period of time. As such, it has not been proven safe.
Instead of focusing on vaccination, I think the focus should be on how to prevent infection, limit exposure, and most importantly, and boost immunity. All of these objective can be obtained using natural non-toxic means that pose zero danger to the mother or child.
I think we will see injuries as a result of the swine flu vaccine. I feel it is too risky and will not be receiving the shot myself, and neither will my pregnany wife.
answered 01 Oct '09, 17:10