A case against the H1N1 swine flu vaccine (Part 1)
Sat, 29/08/2009 - 12:41 — egnaro
Get a Shot. "A Shot of Protection". So says the 1976 ad campaign encouraging the mass vaccination of millions against the so called "swine flu". It worked..sorta. Around 40 millions doses of vaccine were distributed and injected into the population before the sudden halt of the program. The reason? Hundreds of individuals came down with a debilitating auto-immune response called Guillian-Barre syndrome or GBS and dozens died as a result of the flu jabs. GBS causes paralysis in the extremities and the facial muscles. Guillain-Barre is one of the leading causes of non-trauma-induced paralysis in the world.