New Flu Shot Contains Adjuvant Linked To Gulf War Syndrome

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The FDA approved 2015 influenza vaccine contains Squalene, an adjuvant linked with Gulf War Syndrome

The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) have approved a new flu shot for the 2015 flu season, that contains an added adjuvant that has been criticized by experts as being very unsafe for humans. 

The oil-based adjuvant, known as Squalene, has been said to cause autoimmune disease, and has been linked to Gulf War Syndrome. reports:

One fourth of the war vets in the Gulf wars experienced the illness characterized by chronic fatigue, muscle aches and pain, and a range of cardiovascular, neurologic, and respiratory problems as well as psychological issues like depression and sleep issues like insomnia.

Research found strong link to anthrax vaccine administered to the military personnel in these wars.

Now the same Squalene-carrying flu vaccine has been approved for civilian use and the officials say clinical trials have found it safe. It is important to beware of two things: first, the risks of vaccines (all of them), and second, the lies of officials (all of them).

Remember you can avoid getting damaged by saying no and thoroughly investigating the untold side of the “safe and ok for public” story dishes out by the officials.

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