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08/25/2010 09:40 PM ID: 85243 Permalink   

Finland Suspends H1N1 Vaccinations Over Narcolepsy Spike in Children


Finland has suspended vaccination of children and adolescents by the H1N1 vaccine Pandemrix.

The suspension of the Vaccine will last until either a link to Narcolepsy has been ruled out, or confirmed.

Six cases have been reported to Finnish authorities of Narcolepsy occurring in victims after receiving the vaccination.
Over four million children have received the vaccine this year according to the European Medicines Agency.

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ASSESS this news: BLOCK this news. Reason:
Why bother vaccinating at all? This was barely a problem when it was declared a problem.
  by: Eidron   08/25/2010 11:33 PM     
  This was just a huge boost for profits  
for these pharmacorps. The WHO, FDA and a huge number of the government bureaucracies essentially put out a huge "SALE" sign for these pharamcorps. And most people swallowed it up hook line and sinker... State and Business are in bed together and people are too stupid to even realize it.
  by: slavefortheman     08/26/2010 04:20 PM     
talked to a pharmacist last night while getting earmeds for my youngest, who got yet another ear infection. On the table was a sign that the H1N1 was combined with the yearly flu shot. I said "We are still worried about H1N1??" he said ´Yep! You want you and your son´s shots now?´ without even skipping a beat to breath!
And remember: The people are the enemy of the State!
  by: Allanthar     08/26/2010 05:20 PM     
  by: vex   08/26/2010 07:22 PM     
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