Flyers/Resources to Distribute:
- Sarasota for Vaccination Choice NEW
- Dr. Blaylock & Dr. Mercola Debunk the H1N1 "Pandemic"
- Educate Yourself re: Mass-Vaccination (tri-fold, PDF)
- ** FLORIDA SWINE FLU VACCINE LAWSUIT!
- The Truth about Flu Shots in Pregnancy
- FDA Vaccine Package Inserts: 3 Injectable, 1 Intranasal: PDF's Here
- Swine Flu Arrives in Sarasota: Examining H1N1 'Swine Flu' and the Government's Rush to Vaccinate
- 2009 Florida Statutes: 381.00315 Public health advisories; public health emergencies
- Nuremberg Code: Directives for Human Experimentation
- Adverse Effects of Adjuvants in Vaccines
- Refuse and Resist Mandatory Flu Vaccines
Thursday, October 29, 2009
Ashland store flier casts doubt about H1N1 vaccine:
Several residents fear it; health officer says it's safe
October 29, 2009
By F.B. Drake III for the Mail Tribune
A flier posted on the Shop'n Kart community board reads: "Swine Flu vaccine is poisonous!" It then details various poisonous ingredients allegedly in the vaccine, the possible side effects and how the vaccine was tested without the ingredients in a classic case of "bait and switch."
It's postings like this that worry health care professionals such as Peg Crowley, director of the Community Health Clinic in Medford.
"There is so much misinformation and scare tactics out there," Crowley said. "This misinformation may cost somebody their life." Doubts about the safety of the H1N1 — "swine flu" — vaccination are increasing throughout the United States. Protests have been reported at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and a recent ABC News/Washington Post poll shows an increase in the number of people who say they will not get the immunization either for themselves or their children.
The poll reported that 40 percent of parents in the United States do not plan to let their children receive the vaccination. Concerns about its safety are "overwhelmingly cited as the chief reason."
Customers at Shop'n Kart willing to speak on the issue said they would not use the vaccine, citing reasons of their own along with those mentioned on the posting.
Ashland resident David Witt, father of a third-grade student at John Muir School, a K-8 magnet school in Ashland, said side effects are a concern and that he is also leery about most vaccinations.
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