DR. FUDENBERG ON FLU SHOTS & ALZHEIMERS

 
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Study finds those getting flu shots have higher chance of Alzheimer’s

The mercury and other additives in vaccines are not necessarily harmless, according to HUGH FUDENBURG, MD – celebrated immunologist (served on the expert advisory panel in immunology for the WHO for 20 years), winner of numerous honors with over 800 papers in peer reviewed journal and noted researcher in Alzheimer’s. Quoting a recent study, Dr Fudenberg stated the following:

>>>>> “If an individual has had 5 consecutive flu shots between 1970 – 1980 (the years of the study) his/her chance of developing Alzheimer’s Disease is 10 times greater than if they had 1, two or no shots.” When asked why, Dr. Fudenberg stated that it is due to the mercury and aluminum buildup that is in EVERY flu shot (and in almost all childhood shots). The gradual mercury and aluminum buildup in the brain causes cognitive dysfunction. Dr. Fudenberg’s comments above were from his speech at the NVIC International Vaccine Conference, Arlington VA September, 1997. <<<< Doctor's bio and achievements can be found at: http://www.nitrf.org/fudenberg.html NOTE: When I researched the internet for the above quote, it only seemed to appear on chiropractic sites and alternative treatment sites, so I wrote to Dr Fudenberg to validate that this was what he stated and also asked for a cite or article. His answer to me was: ________________________________________ Statement is correct. SEE my papers, Hazards of Vaccines 1 & 2 in Internat. J. Clin. Invest., 2000 & 2004 Dr Hugh Fudenberg, MD ________________________________________ Keeping in mind that flu shots are not effective most of the time, and the number of recent epidemics of pertussis (whooping cough) etc among vaccinated children, it may be time to re-think our vaccination schedule. (Author unknown)

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