Study shows flu shot makes people more vulnerable to the flu in subsequent years


(Natural News) A medical study conducted at the Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center found that women who received flu vaccines had a weakened immune system response in subsequent years.

Lisa Christian, PhD, the lead researcher on the study, concluded, “Growing evidence shows that those who received a flu shot in the prior year have lower antibody responses in the current year.”

The study proves yet again that the official narrative of the flu shot industry — and its complicit corporate-run media — is false and deliberately deceptive. Far from offering bulletproof protection, flu shots actually make people more vulnerable to influenza infections, which of course contributes to more people catching the flu and then falsely thinking they need more flu shots for “more protection.

People who had a 2008 flu shot experienced a 250% increase in influenza infections in subsequent years.

A study published in Human & Environmental Toxicology found that mercury-laced flu vaccines caused a 4,250 percent increase in fetal deaths during the 2009 flu season.
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2 thoughts on “Study shows flu shot makes people more vulnerable to the flu in subsequent years

  1. Editor Post author

    Which study? The recent CDC study about 7 X chances of miscarriage or the Goldman independent study (HET) 4,250% increase in miscarriage reports with the flu shot 2009 H1N1 faux pandemic year?

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