CDC nurse reveals the REAL reason behind this years deadly flu.
The flu season is still firmly with us. As the temperatures struggle to get above freezing, everyone’s immune system is struggling.
Each year there is an outbreak of flu which does the rounds, but this years has been particularly deadly, why?
Every winter we are bombarded with the information about getting your flu vaccine to protect you against catching the flu.
But one CDC nurse has revealed that she believes the flu vaccine could actually be the reason for this years nasty outbreak.
Since vaccination was discovered, humans have tried to vaccinate against everything. These treatments have worked with varying degrees, and they work much better on some diseases than others.
We have all but wiped out many once deadly diseases with a simple vaccine, but flu is different.
There is no ‘one’ strain of flu, there are thousands, and they are constantly changing and mutating in order to survive in the world.
It is for this reason that the flu is so hard to vaccinate. So what exactly is the flu vaccine doing for those that receive it?
Anna Treague, a nurse with Burnett County Public Health told the Burnett County Sentinel:
“I believe that the low effective rate of the vaccine this year is due to the mutations that the virus made in the processing of the vaccine itself. That is at least part of the reason that influenza cases are so widespread this year.”
The CDC and the vaccine board have been forced to come clean this year and admit that the flu vaccine only works as low as 10% of the time.
This lowest ever rate of success for the flu vaccine give some indication of the future of the flu shot. Doctors cannot simply carry on spouting the lie that the flu vaccine stops you from getting the flu – it doesn’t.
It was reported this year that in Santa Barbara that out of 8 elderly flu victims, 7 had received the flu shot.
Instead of rolling out vaccines that don’t work each year and scaring the public into getting them, Big Pharma need to change tact.
After the shambolic performance from this year’s flu vaccine, perhaps next winter season will be the first time people decide to abscond from getting the vaccine.
The best way to treat a condition is always prevention. make sure your immune system is as strong as it can be, avoid contact with other sick people and always wash your hands – these are the best ways to prevent the flu, not a vaccine.