The CDC Issues 2016-2017 Vaccine Schedule; Dr. Mark Geier Urges Caution

Influenza Vaccine

 

Dr. Mark Geier has worked for the past three decades educating the public about the efficacy of vaccines and why some vaccines may actually cause neurological diseases like autism. It’s important to know that Dr. Mark Geier is not anti-vaccine, and he has helped to improve vaccines in this country. He has been a critic of influenza vaccines for some time for a number of reasons.

 

He argues that testing cannot be done correctly because the strain is not actually known at the time. With less than ten percent efficacy, the flu vaccine does not save many lives, and Dr. Mark Geier argues that the side effects of the disease make it not worth it. The flu vaccine has been linked with Guillain-Barre Syndrome – a neurological disease where the body’s immune system attacks the Peripheral Nervous System.

 

Therefore, it might not be in your best interest to get a flu vaccine even if the CDC recommends that everyone over the age of 6 months do. There are just too many potential side effects, and the vaccine will probably not work in the first place. Dr. Mark Geier has also done extensive work on autism and how vaccines may have contributed to its prevalence over the past twenty years.