Vaccine Fail: Swine Flu shot gives 70 more people narcolepsy!

05 OCT 2017 (14:54 UTC-07 Tango 06) 12 Mehr 1396/13 Muharram 1439/16 Geng-Xu 4715

At least 70 people in Ireland are suing the taxpayer funded Health Products Regulatory Authority (Irish Medicines Board), claiming the Pandemrix vaccine gave them sleeping sickness!

That specific swine flu shot, made by GlaxoSmithKline (GSK), was administered in 2009-10.  The lawsuit is the result of the discovery of a vaccine safety report issued by GlaxoSmithKline to the then called Irish Medicines Board.

The safety study compared German made Pandemrix to Canadian made Arepanrix and found that the adverse effects of Pandemrix is as much as ten times worse than Arepanrix, yet the Irish health czars still used Pandemrix.  The lawsuit also claims the Health Products Regulatory Authority (Irish Medicines Board) intentionally hid the vaccine safety problem from government regulators.

It should be noted that the vaccine safety study did not include children.  In 2013, at least 8-hundred European children developed narcolepsy after getting the Pandemrix flu shot!  In March 2017, the U.S. Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) acknowledged that Pandemrix was being blamed for skyrocketing narcolepsy cases in Europe.   The fact that some countries require vaccine safety studies is proof that vaccines are not ‘safe’.

The U.S. CDC and Food & Drug Administration run a Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS).  It’s not a way of testing a vaccine before approval for use, it’s only for reporting health problems after vaccination and most people don’t even know about VAERS.