The number of childhood vaccines has grown exponentially in the last few decades creating a lot of controversy and debate.
This still growing list with an increasing number of side-effects, toxic adjuvants and chronic health concerns is being taken increasingly seriously by parents and adults who refuse to blindly trust the currently money-driven pharmaceutical industry.
While many would prefer to go back to the only six or so shots their grandparents received, the researchers are now attempting to come out with a product that may be even more threatening to our health than the current vaccine situation.
A global team is working on lifelong, one-shot vaccines.
They are starting with one flu shot given at birth to last a lifetime, and predicting that all immunizations can come next in one shot.
The flu shot that would last a lifetime could be available to the consumers in as early as two years from now, reported 7NEWS Sydney. The research is run by the Human Vaccine Project, which is affiliated with medical centers, and also pharmaceutical and vaccine makers like GlaxoSmithKline and Pfizer.
Ironically, the expert to lead this super vaccine research Tobi Kollman admits that “[the researchers] know vaccines work but [they] don’t know how they work.”
Flu vaccines work 50% or less percent of the time because the virus is constantly changing and is hard to predict. Yet even though the experts do not understand how vaccines work (and likely how they create under-reported side effects), and cannot make an annual flu shot that works well, they are determined to create one that is supposed to last a lifetime.
Kollman says the vaccine will be created because the team has a ‘can-do attitude’ and “[puts] their money where their mouth is.”
The consumers are finding all of this extremely problematic as evidenced from comments on the article.
And considering the many possible adverse health outcomes recorded in the controversial “triple shot” MMR vaccine, it’s fair to wonder whether combining multiple vaccines (most likely with multiple toxic adjuvants) is a smart idea after all.
Most commenters are speaking out against this new shot:
“I want long term health not short term potential ‘gain.’” – Samantha N.
“This is insanity! Why is this all about convenience instead of health?” – Tricia K.
“Absolutely repulsed…There is no evidence on the long term consequences. No one knows the effects it will have on our children’s health in the long run. I will not allow my children to be test subjects.” – Eugenia H.
“One super vaccine to rule them all… And plenty of super adverse events to go with it!” – Ashley E.
“How in humanity can this be ethical? Or scientifically sound? That’s absolute violence on our immune system.” – Selina W.
“This is scary. All vaccines into one shot? They can’t even get the ones they do have right.” – Trina L.
Australian scientists say they're within two years of developing a new-age flu jab that'll last us for life. But the story gets better: it's part of a bigger picture to develop a super vaccine, wrapping all immunisations into one single shot. @samanthabrett #7NEWS pic.twitter.com/kH1tcTxhvq— 7NEWS Sydney (@7NewsSydney) May 25, 2019
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