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      This webpage summarizes some of the studies that document risks associated with the influenza vaccine.


The Influenza Vaccine

400 Critical Vaccine Studies

    Influenza Studies:

  • Annual vaccination against common strains of influenza reduces protective immunity against more dangerous strains of the disease.
    [Abstract]

  • Prior vaccination against seasonal influenza may increase the risk of contracting a severe case of pandemic influenza.
    [Abstract]

  • Mice that were infected with a seasonal influenza virus survived exposure to a lethal influenza strain; vaccinated mice died.
    [Abstract]

  • The current season's influenza vaccine will not work in people who also received the previous season's influenza vaccine.
    [Abstract]

  • Pregnant women vaccinated against seasonal influenza and A-H1N1 (swine flu) had high rates of spontaneous abortions.
    [Abstract]

  • CDC policy to vaccinate pregnant women with thimerosal-containing influenza vaccines is not supported by science.
    [Abstract]

  • Influenza vaccines are not effective in young children; safety data can't be trusted.
    [Abstract]

  • Children who receive an inactivated influenza vaccine are significantly more likely than non-vaccinated children to be hospitalized.
    [Abstract]

  • Children vaccinated against seasonal influenza are not protected and are more likely than non-vaccinated children to develop respiratory virus infections.
    [Abstract]

  • Influenza vaccination increases the risk of Guillain Barre syndrome (GBS).
    [Abstract]

  • Influenza-related death rates in the elderly do not improve by increasing influenza vaccination rates in the elderly.
    [Abstract]

  • There is no evidence that vaccinating healthcare workers against influenza to protect their elderly patients is effective.
    [Abstract]

  • Health authorities exaggerate the dangers of influenza and inflate the benefits of influenza vaccination.
    [Abstract]

  • The CDC collaborates with vaccine manufacturers to increase uptake by intentionally using scare tactics and inflated influenza death figures.
    [Abstract]

  • Eleven randomized studies show that vitamin D supplementation significantly reduces the risk of influenza, pneumonia and other respiratory infections.
    [Abstract]

  • Vitamin D supplementation significantly protects school children against influenza and asthma attacks.
    [Abstract]



    Miller's Review

    Miller's Review of Critical Vaccine Studies
    400 Important Scientific Papers
    Summarized for Parents and Researchers

    by Neil Z. Miller

    Foreword by Gary Goldman, PhD

    Copyright © 2016.
    (In stock. Now available!)



    Many people sincerely believe that all vaccines are safe, adverse reactions are rare, and no peer-reviewed scientific studies exist showing that vaccines can cause harm. This book -- Miller's Review of Critical Vaccine Studies -- provides the other side of the story that is not commonly told. It contains summaries of 400 important scientific papers to help parents and researchers enhance their understanding of vaccinations.

    "This book should be required reading for every doctor, medical student and parent. Reading this book will allow you to make better choices when considering vaccination."
    --David Brownstein, MD

    "Neil Miller's book is a tour de force and a clarion voice championing the cautionary principle: 'When in doubt, minimize risk.' Let's talk science. Read this book. The truth will keep you and your children protected." --Bradford S. Weeks, MD

    "This is a well-researched work that raises a number of important considerations about our current vaccination practices. Through studies with commentaries, the reader is led on a journey that bypasses the typical myopic view our society has toward vaccines." --Brandon Horn, PhD, JD, LAc, Chief Academic Officer, American University of Complementary Medicine

    336 Pages / Copyright © 2016
    Code: MRO $21.95


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