Who Should Get Flu Shots? Nobody


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Each year, millions of Americans follow the advice of the medical community and pharmaceutical companies alike and faithfully head to the doctor to get their flu shots. But do flu shots really work? And moreover, are the horror stories about the possible negative side effects of flu shots possibly true? The time is long overdue for Americans to know the truth about flu shots and answer the question of who should get flu shots. As subsequent discussion shows, the answer is obvious and simple. Nobody should get flu shots.  
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