Parents of children over 6 months and under 9 years beware. The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) is once again choosing to adopt policies which poison your children with what is now two doses of seasonal flu vaccine this fall.
The CDC's Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices voted to add this recommendation to the usual seasonal flu rules at a regularly scheduled meeting in Atlanta.
Young children under the age of 9 who never got the H1N1 vaccine or never got seasonal flu vaccine will need to get two seasonal flu shots or sprays, says Dr. Anthony Fiore at the CDC, who presented data to the committee. Children under the age of 6 months are too young to get any flu vaccination.
Because the H1N1 pandemic virus (also known as swine flu) is still the most prevalent flu virus circulating, the World Health Organization recommended this strain be one of the three strains included in the upcoming flu shots and sprays.
When young children between the ages of 6 months and 9 years get any flu vaccine for the very first time, the medical establishment will recommend they get two doses. Their claim is that their young bodies do not have any real built-in immunity against flu viruses yet. According to the CDC, the first dose of flu vaccine "primes" their immune system and the second dose (given about a month later) provides immune protection. In actuality, it is the opposite. It destroys their immune system at an accelerated rate since the goal of every vaccine is immunotoxicity, neurotoxicity and sterility.
Vaccines prevent their bodies from building up natural immunity to fend off the flu. By double dosing, toxicity levels are also doubled and if given within a short period of time, a child's body has little chance of ever recovering from the toxic load.
Dr. Donald Low, an infectious diseases expert at Toronto's Mount Sinai stated in a study that "it appears to be that for people who got seasonal influenza vaccine last year, they were at greater risk of getting H1N1 disease this year."
Despite a wealth of evidence and research that suggests that flu shots are counterproductive to the health of any child, health officials still insist that vaccinations are the best way to protect against the flu.
"We're really promoting [flu] vaccine for anybody over six months," says Dr. Anne Schuchat, director of the National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases.
A national survey last year found that parents were not buying the rallying cries to have their kids vaccinated, and it turns out they were right.
The CDC still has to approve and implement the recommendations of its advisory group.
Dave Mihalovic is a Naturopathic Doctor who specializes in vaccine research, cancer prevention and a natural approach to treatment.