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October 25, 2010

Seasonal Flu Death Estimates Grossly Overestimated.

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Editors Note:
Dr. Russell Blaylock MD made a great point about flu deaths. From his research. The medical research shows that out of the so-called (lets say) 35,000 ‘officially classified’ flu deaths only %1 of those deaths are actually FROM the flu itself. He has stated and, has given the source of the figures that the majority of deaths counted as dying of “the flu” actually died of dehydration BEFORE THEY COULD GET MEDICAL INTERVENTION.

He also noted that, according to the ‘historic record’, that the majority of deaths during the post world war swine flu outbreak were in fact due to dehydration and, NOT the Swine Flu itself because the outbreak occured BEFORE the innovation of Intravenous rehydration and antibiotics. This is why it is important if you do get the flu and it becomes severe, DON’T LET THEM TALK YOU INTO A FLU SHOT! Even if you think they work, it’s not only too late but you most likely maybe fighting multiple viruses while your immune system is working overtime to fight the original virus. Get rehydrated intravenously first and fore most.

Seasonal flu death estimates grossly overestimated
Monday, October 25, 2010 by: Jonathan Benson, staff writer
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(NaturalNews) Every year as flu season approaches, health authorities begin their chorus of warnings about the dangers of getting the flu. As part of their campaign to drum up support for the annual flu vaccine, it is common to hear about the 36,000 people who die every year from flu-related illness. But is this statistic even accurate? According to a recent announcement from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), no.

According to the CDC, there is no average number of people who die from the flu because the actual count varies significantly from year to year. Published in its Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report, the CDC announcement explains that the actual death count from flu-related illness has been as low as 3,300 in some years, which is far lower than the statistics used in media talking points.

The vast majority of flu-related deaths occur in people over the age of 65. Typically it is not even the flu that kills them, but other illnesses that result at some point after having the flu. But this fact has not stopped the CDC from now recommending that every person over the age of six months get a flu vaccine.

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