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Why Do We Still Grow Flu Vaccines in Chicken Eggs?

There are new technologies out there to develop flu vaccines, but it may take a while to put them in place.

Scientists and vaccine experts have long argued that the flu vaccine is far from perfect. 830 more words

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What do TV shows and their writers know about Vaccines?

A few months ago, I was watching the most recent season of “Quantico”. One of the episodes was about some biological contagion/virus.

As the main characters suffer with the effects of the contagion, they are also protecting a little girl who is immune to it. 334 more words


CDC Study: Vaccinated People More Likely To Spread Flu Than Unvaxxed


“Higher viral shedding means that those who were vaccinated were breathing out more influenza virus and would be spreading it more than the unvaccinated.

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The movement of anti-vaccers: taking humanity back 200 years

This article was exclusively written for the Sting by Ms. Diana-Elena Nistor, a sixth year medical student at Carol Davila University of Medicine and Pharmacy in Bucharest, Romania. 649 more words

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Tennessee U.S. Rep-Elect Walks Back False Claim That Vaccines Lead To Autism

Tennessee’s newly elected Rep. Mark Green (R) has walked back comments he made to constituents on Tuesday at a town hall, where he said that he believes vaccines may lead to autism. 23 more words

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Attacking ourselves: Top doctors reveal vaccines turn our immune system against us - Explain Life

Attacking ourselves: Top doctors reveal vaccines turn our immune system against us – The research is hard to ignore, vaccines can trigger autoimmunity with a laundry list of diseases to follow. 792 more words