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Jean Broida

Jean Broida is a freelance writer with hundreds of published health articles. She also covers politics, climate, technology, finance, conspiracies, and paranormal topics. Jean is a popular guest on taboo-topic radio shows such as “Midnight in the Desert” and a regular news commentator on the Paralogian Report on Paraversal Universe Radio. Jean’s first book, UNKNOWN OBJECTS: The Top Ten U.S. UFO Cases, is available on Amazon where reader feedback is always appreciated. For a fast-paced and forward thinking presentation to your group, contact Jean@LightWork111.com.

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    s hamrick

    The person writing this article has NO business writing it. Pushing the no vaccine agenda without any real evidence other than rumor. Stating that solvency (money) is the only reason to keep pushing vaccines. Guess she’s never had or seen anyone very sick or dying of an entirely preventable disease. She and her antivaccine agenda need to keep their sick body at home and not go to the hospitals/doctor offices when they get sick. There are so many people who have very poor immune systems who will be hospitalized or die from this. People who are undergoing chemo or need/have organ transplants. The very old and the very young die from the flu. Can the antivaxxers be charged with attempted manslaughter? What about the babies who are affected from measles and become deaf?

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      Don Peterson

      S. Hamrick – to strengthen your argument you need to cite evidence of flu vaccine efficacy. Gold standard evidence for FDA drug approval is double blind randomized clinical trials. Show me placebo controlled double blind RCTs and you might have a legitimate argument. Otherwise, you are speaking from opinion and anecdote and that is no basis for policy.

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    Barry G

    The ‘System’ is corrupt. Intelligent people will NOT take a ‘vaccine’. So, create a situation where like minded persons can give ‘paperwork’ showing a vaccine was given. The corrupt ‘System’ is satisfied, albeit by another counter-corrupt ‘System’.
    A friendly pharmacist or Nurse Practitioner would be okay.

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    John

    Good fir them getting fired. Most are there only to get a paycheck & free health care & ect. They stay or sit around most the time talking or playing on the inertent!

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    June walker

    I have heard on ABC News and other resources that Ibsersartan blood pressure med is being recalled because it causes cancer. Do you have any information on this?

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    Homer

    Hamrick, Barry, John,
    Are you employed by Pharmaceutical Companies? Or own their stock?
    Do your research, even read CDC’s data of effectiveness for previous years of the flu vaccine in the USA. Last year it was only about 10% effective, previous years varied from 10-60%.
    There are over 250 different types of flu. And that number is growing. The Drug Co.’s can only offer 3-4 vaccines per shot per year. So, there is a guessing game. There is no sound way to predict which type of flu will be prevalent for the next flu season.
    Why put something in your body that has such a low success rate? Look at the contents of the vaccines. They too, are readily available, online. Get the vaccine type, type it in then read the contents.
    There are many other options to take better care of yourself.

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    Rochelle

    Every employer has the right to run their organization as they see fit as long as it’s in accordance with the law.
    If your employer requires mandatory flu shots etc that is their right. Your right as an employee is comply or face the consequences of non compliance. It is not your right to circumvent their requirements or straight out lie.
    A health care facility has not only the right but the obligation to ensure the safety of all who are there. Most will require mandatory shots to try to protect those who have compromised immunity.

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    Judith

    This is a ridiculous article, completely devoid of fact, written entirely on suspicion and anecdotal nonsense. Why would you publish this garbage? People are stupid and believe what they want to believe without any regard for biological process or actual facts. “My brother’s sister-in-law’s maid’s nephew’s hairdresser’s dogsitter heard that somebody they knew got the flu from a shot.” Sure thing. If health workers care about the persons in their charge, they will take the recommended shots. While the CDC may not mandate them, the employers most certainly can and should. Intelligent people understand the shots are not 100% effective, but they are the most effective weapon we have against a vicious illness. Chemotherapy isn’t always 100% effective, either, but are you going to refuse that because it may not completely cure your cancer?

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    F Reiner

    Postulating that hospital financial stability is the primary reason for requiring flu vaccinations is absurd. I agree there are some self conflicting paperwork systems at work here, but the primary reason for vaccinations is to keep people healthy. A Hamrick wrote the only comment that makes sense.
    As far as the rational for avoiding vaccines because of included toxins, the writer should be emphasizing the need for manufacturing purer vaccines as the correct solution and not the rest of the poppycock.

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