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Dr Madden what is your opinion about the swine flu? what do you recommend the most?

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      Michael Madden DC wrote Apr 29, 2009
    • Dear Safari,
      Here is a link to someone saying exactly what I feel about the whole Swine Flu “epidemic“.
      I believe it is all about the health of the host cell and NOT the virus or germs or whatever. My two daughters, 22 and 24 have never had a vaccination or any kind of antibiotic in their lives. They were straight A students all throughout high school and college and never missed a day of school from illness. If the person is healthy, they won’t get sick or at least won’t get sick enough to have serious consequences. If you build up the Adrenal system, your immune system will take care of itself and your health. Strong adrenals equal strong immune system.
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      Safari wrote May 1, 2009
    • Dr. Madden
      Thank you for your response and I appreciate the link you had posted, I’m going to read it ofcourse. Now I’m curious, but I think the answer would be in the article. My question is don’t you believe in vaccination and why?
      Thank you again
      Safari




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      Michael Madden DC wrote May 1, 2009
    • I believe that if the host cell is healthy you don’t need to be injecting disease(which is what vaccinations are) into a healthy body. Although there are many people who care about the health and well-being of the general public, the drug companies aren’t part of that group. They make the vaccines that make billions of dollars a year by scaring people into things they don’t need. Now they‘re trying to convince young girls from as young as 9 to take the Cervical Cancer vaccination. Do you have any idea of how much money will be generated by multiplying the number of girls by $400? They never tell you how few of the cancer types it covers. And no one has any idea of the possible long-term consequences of it either, much like the way women took synthetic hormone replacement therapy for years after the companies knew they were harmful.
      The media constantly sites the Center for Disease Control statistics about flue deaths every year. In 2005 over 63,000 died making it the 8 biggest cause of death. What people don’t realize is that it’s labeled as Influenza/Pneumonia deaths and that out of those 63,000 deaths, 61,200 were from pneumonia. That’s a bit different than what the flu vaccination companies tell you is going on.




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      Mztracy wrote May 1, 2009
    • vaccination is a choice.

      All my kids vaccinated...honor roll and principals list.
      My one dd never gets sick, my other has asthma which runs in our family. My son rarely gets ill and also honor roll.

      It does depend on the host whether vaccinated or not.  

      Un-vaccinated people can be healthy just as vaccinated people can, and most are. And un-vaccinated people can also host the diseases as well.

      My preference is to vaccinate...




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      Michael Madden DC wrote May 1, 2009
    • I agree that vaccination is a personal choice. I always told my patients to investigate themselves so they could make an informed decision. Whatever they decided to do was fine with me, it’s their business and their business only.
      People just need to concentrate on being healthy because those germs and trillions of others are always out there. If you‘re healthy the germs won’t affect you as much, if you‘re not, they have a better chance to hurt you.




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      Carolnphil wrote May 1, 2009
    • I believe that vaccination is the right choice.  I had mumps as a child in the 1970s.  Other kids had measles.  I personally saw what polio did to my grandmother’s generation and also to my dad’s family.  We kids were all vaccinated against smallpox.  I made sure my sons had their shots and on time.  I had the Tamiflu and pnuemonia shots last October.  I don’t know if a year past chemo that my immunities are built up yet.  I don’t know how cautious I should be about being in groups of people.  I would hate to think that someone’s child might come in contact with someone carrying a virus or disease and, because they weren’t vaccinated, it ended badly for them.  I would rather not have the what if situation.




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      Safari wrote May 1, 2009
    • Well, this is the firt time ever as an adult that I got the flu vaccine and guess what I got cold 3 times since, now I wander why.




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      Michael Madden DC wrote May 1, 2009
    • Someone’s child comes into contact with someone carry a virus or disease every day, they just don’t get it because their system is strong enough to fight it off. Millions of children have been given antibiotics for “viruses” that were never, ever going to address that virus. Antibiotics can’t do anything against a virus yet prescription after prescription was and still is being written when a child goes into their doctor with a cold. All it does is kill the “good bacteria” setting up candida and sugar issues. Plus the body builds up a tolerance to the antibiotic so that when they really do need one, it won’t work unless the dose is stronger or lager than normal. I’m not suggesting that people NEVER need medication, I just believe that it’s about 80% less of the time than it’s being given out in today’s world.




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