Not too long ago, the Centers for Disease Control decided that it would not be recommending the FluMist nasal spray vaccine this year. For the last three years, the spray vaccine failed to be reasonably effective and offered very little protection in children aged 2 to 17. The CDC also said that only injections are effective – or at least more effective than the spray.Because of the CDC’s position, many doctors will not be stocking the FluMist spray, and many insurance companies will not be paying for it either. However, in spite of their opinion of the spray vaccine, there is still plenty of love for the flu vaccine in general, and doctors continue to push people to get jabbed.
Click this link to read the full story: After a decade, CDC finally admits FluMist spray is ineffective … Still think you need that shot?