Flu shots are one of the biggest failures in modern medicine. Year after year, they return dire statistical results in terms of effectiveness. Typically pharmaceutical companies blame “various new strains” on the poor results, which often requires people to get more flu shots. But year after year, people get in line to get administered one.
People working jobs are often aggressively “encouraged” to get one. They are often guilted into the flu shot with claims that they will be putting their coworkers at risk. In the health care industry, workers are often forced to get a flu shot under the same rhetoric.
A new study has once again shown that the non-vaccinated (flu shot) do not pose any elevated risks to those who received a flu shot.
The study, published in PLOS last January, show the claims are in fact largely exaggerated.
The impression that unvaccinated HCWs place their patients at great influenza peril is exaggerated. Instead, the HCW-attributable risk and vaccine-preventable fraction both remain unknown and the NNV to achieve patient benefit still requires better understanding.
Forcing vaccines on people does not work. It isn’t effective. It is simply profitable. It lines pharma’s pockets. No persons should be forced to take a shot or any type of medication just to have a job or career. The blatant discrimination happens far too often and commonly goes unchecked. We need to put pressure on the system and begin resisting these types of egregious acts and violations.