December 11, 2014

Flu Vaccine No Match

Articles by Dr. Erdman are for informational purposes, and are not to be taken as specific medical advice.

A very notable admission has come to the limelight in the last week. The CDC (Centers for Disease Control) has just issued a warning to doctors about this year’s flu vaccine. It doesn’t match the strains being found in most people in real world testing.

Now most of you know I am a total abstainer when it comes to vaccinations of any sort. They simply do not have any efficacy, and they are harmful to boot. For the sake of argument, let’s pretend that the flu vaccine works as they pretend.

Even then, this quote from a CDC official is laughable, “Though we cannot predict what will happen the rest of the flu season, it’s possible we may have a season that’s more severe than most.” Really? We could also have one that is less severe than most!

“CDC officials think the vaccine should provide some protection and are still urging people to get vaccinated. But it probably won’t be as good as if the vaccine strain was a match,“ Mike Stobbe of the AP reports. Well, isn’t that scientific. We think, it may, we hope it works?