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Short sighted influenza control policy based on poorly designed vaccines will sicken more people

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'Vaccine immunology expert Vinu Arumugham has written one of the best articles concerning the issue of vaccine toxicology. It should help every person who is concerned about the pandemic of vaccine injuries to articulate what are the various mechanisms of action of vaccine poisoning when talking to dubious – and conflicted - pediatricians that order cocktails of toxic vaccines to be injected into their tiny, immunologically-immature infant patients'~Gary G. Kohls, MD

[Sanofi Pasteur is the largest, supplying a projected 65 million doses or more this year, followed by Australian company CSL, at up to 54 million doses (after acquiring Novartis's flu vaccine unit in August), and GlaxoSmithKline, at up to 38 million doses.]

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