Federal health advisers unanimously agreed this month that a nasal spray flu vaccine both is safe and works in children 2 and older. The vaccine, made by MedImmune Inc., is called FluMist. Can we trust these advisers? The marketplace for the Pharmaceutical Giants is the ever-trusting public that believes that any recommendations handed down through the medical system are reliable and must be ‘for our own good’. The Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices represents the very heart and soul of pharmaceutical companies and every parent’s worst nightmare come true. There are no polite words to describe their true intentions. The Advisory Committee on Immunization is one of the most dangerous, untrustworthy and all-powerful institutions that have ever existed and they routinely ignore all doctors and scientists who disagree with their decisions.
FluMist has been out for years and has not done well in the marketplace and has not been used for children under age five for a list of reasons that could threaten the very young. Now federal advisers are consciously choosing to ignore those dangers. They now think it’s a good idea to expose infants to live viruses. FluMist has always come with directions for people receiving it to stay away from the young for upward of 21 days so as to avoid exposing those under five to live virus contamination.
There is no evidence that any influenza vaccine thus far
developed is effective in preventing or mitigating any
attack of influenza. The producers of these vaccines know
that they are worthless, but they go on selling them, anyway.
- – Dr. J. Anthony Morris
- Former Chief Vaccine Control Officer FDA