Samantha Ann Ward
Samantha Ann Ward

I always get my flu shot & will continue 2 do so

Dora Mantla
Dora Mantla

I would get a flu shot and I felt better but before I get a flu shot I would read a package and think about it before I decide to have a flu shot. I was worried about side effects but it went well and I don't have to worry about side effects. I did not get any reaction to the flu shot too. I did some reserach before I had a flu shot and it work for me and I was brave to have a flu shot. From Dora Mantla.

Joseph Kyeremeh
Joseph Kyeremeh

I dislike sickness, therefore help in the combat of the flu.

Hardial S Judge
Hardial S Judge

Not necessarily a grantee against getting the infection. May help in some cases.

Lisa Dry
Lisa Dry

Flu shot √

Sparticus Devile
Sparticus Devile

well as Russia messed up the shots a few years ago making a super flu I don't condone putting a virus in to my body in any way shape or form, if the vaccine is improperly created or watered down than we are opening our selves to more infection or infucktion ie we are fucked when we get said virus we are makeing the human race more vulnerable by our behaviors espeshaly when we have so little grasp as to how to deal with the problem, once it mutates which it will you are open to what ever it is even if you do have the shot.

Valerie Euvrard
Valerie Euvrard

I get a flu shot every year.

Marijana Đumbrek
Marijana Đumbrek

this is wrong.

Engr Akpoerebo Shedrack

Does anyone get a fu shot?pls healthcare workers should take proper care of the patience

Kendra Pettengill
Kendra Pettengill

Let's see, they kill and test birds in Asia to try and predict what might be the most prevalent flu viruses circling throughout the world the following year. They base the 3 choices out of hundres of flus on this crap shoot science. History has shown that on average 12% of those with the flu that are tested have a flu that matches up with the vaccine in any given year. So, the odds of the flu shot preventing you from getting one of the hundreds possible is very small, not much greater...

Let's see, they kill and test birds in Asia to try and predict what might be the most prevalent flu viruses circling throughout the world the following year. They base the 3 choices out of hundres of flus on this crap shoot science. History has shown that on average 12% of those with the flu that are tested have a flu that matches up with the vaccine in any given year. So, the odds of the flu shot preventing you from getting one of the hundreds possible is very small, not much greater than chance.
The Cochrane Review looked at 174 studies on the efficacy and safety of flu vaccine and found they are no more affective than placebo, especially for those over 65 and under the age of 2. Slightly affective were the flu mist types of vaccines, though these leave the recipients contagious to others, including those with CF or other high risk diseases, for 20 days after receiving the nasal dose. Perhaps they should wear a scarlet letter to warn the rest of us of their "typhoid Mary" status.
However, the vaccine engages your immune system for six weeks or more after getting it, making you more vulnerable to other attacks and more likely to become even more ill than you would have without the vaccine. There is no possible way for the benefits to ever outweigh the risk in this scenario.
They continue every year to say 36,000 die in America every year from the flu but fail to tell the public they are counting every single case of pneumonia no matter the cause. Confirmed deaths from flu virus in the U.S. in 2005=18. Claims by CDC = 62,034.
If you choose to buy all this and get a flu shot, I support that choice. Just don't take away our choice either!

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