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From: dr_jeff on 20 Jan 2010 06:27
> 38 CASES OF GUILLIAN BARR� AND 11 CASES OF MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS FOLLOWING
> VACCINATION AGAINST H1N1
And had the vaccine not been given, there would have been 38 cases of
GBS and 11 cases of MS in the same people.
There is no evidence that GBS or MS is caused by the vaccine. Several
different health agencies have been watching carefully for these
illnesses following the vaccine and comparing the rates of these
illnesses to the background rates. There is no change. And, there is no
scientific reason to suspect that GBS or MS is caused by the vaccine.
From: Mike on 21 Jan 2010 00:43
Peter Parry wrote:
> On Wed, 20 Jan 2010 20:54:35 -0000, "john" <nospam(a)bt.com> wrote:
>> No, just the 600 from the 1976 scam, a pretty notorius example
> So why were these 600 different from the 600 before and the 600 after?
Where did you get the number 600 for 1977 and after?
The issue is that the incidence of GBS was significantly higher
among those who got a swine flu jab in 1976.
So much higher that it could be admitted in court as evidence.
There were numerous vaccine injury claims, some were accepted,
about $13M has been paid.