The first doses of the H1N1 swine flu vaccine are arriving at clinics and hospitals across the United States, and large numbers of Americans are eagerly lining up to take the vaccine. However, what most Americans do not realize is that these early batches of the H1N1 swine flu vaccine are all of the nasal spray variety that contain live swine flu. So, when you take the H1N1 FluMist vaccine, you are letting them spray live swine flu right up your nose.
Live swine flu.
If you are trying to avoid the swine flu do you really think that it is a good idea to have live swine flu injected up your nose?
Quite a few health experts are expressing concern about the safety of FluMist, and a number of U.S. hospitals are actually rejecting this nasal spray vaccine.
In particular, several Denver area hospitals have announced that they will not be using the FluMist swine flu vaccine because "they don’t want to endanger patients".
Supposedly the live swine flu has been "weakened", but health authorities are still recommending that babies, pregnant women and anyone over the age of 49 not take the nasal spray and wait for the swine flu vaccine shots which contain dead swine flu virus.
So just how much live swine flu is being inject into your nose when you take the FluMist swine flu vaccine?
According to Dr. Sherri Tenpenny, between 10 million and 100 million swine flu viral particles will be forcefully injected into the nostrils when FluMist is administered to a patient.
Do you really want millions of swine flu particles injected into your nose?
Do you really want millions of swine flu particles injected into your children?
But the much more frightening thing is that millions of Americans will have live swine flu injected into their nasal passages over the coming weeks, and they will instantly become carriers of the deadly disease. Whenever they sneeze or whenever they exhale they risk spreading the swine flu to others.
The reality is that anyone who takes the FluMist vaccine can spread the disease for up to 21 days.
In case you doubt this, just read FluMist’s own package insert: "FluMist® recipients should avoid close contact with immunocompromised individuals for at least 21 days."
So will the live swine flu in the FluMist nasal spray vaccine cause a massive outbreak of the swine flu in the weeks ahead? Only time will tell.
But let's hope not. Let's hope that the swine flu doesn't hit the world like a sledgehammer in the coming months.
But one thing is certain.
Spraying live H1N1 swine flu into the nasal passages of millions of Americans certainly is not going to help things.