(Natural News) A recent study published in the journal Vaccine showed that there was a “strong association” between repeated seasonal flu shots and miscarriages. For anyone skeptical of vaccines, this finding, while saddening, is not exactly surprising. Why wouldn’t injecting a pregnant woman with a toxic cocktail of viruses, adjuvants and mercury cause a miscarriage?
The flu shot is one of the only vaccines that still contains thimerosal, a compound that has faced (and deserved) a tremendous amount of scrutiny for the fact that it is approximately 50 percent mercury by weight. On average, a flu shot can contain up to 25 micrograms of mercury — an amount that could be harmful to a child, never mind a still-developing fetus. As Trace Amounts explains, a child would need to weigh about 550 pounds for the amount of mercury in a flu shot to be safe.
Overall, it really should come as no surprise that pregnant women who get the flu shot — especially those who seemingly get it every season — could be at an increased risk of having a miscarriage. And even though a recent study found that this correlation seems to exist, the scientists behind the study had no shortage of excuses to prop up the current recommendation that pregnant women should be inoculated anyways. Unsurprisingly, the damning research was funded by the Centers for Disease Control — and now, they’re trying to walk back the findings.
The study was a case-controlled study that took place over two flu seasons. As sources explain, “485 women who…Read More