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    http://jbonline.terra.com.br/pextra/.../e07125202.asp

    Five people die in Switzerland after swine flu vaccine

    JB Online


    WRITING - Five of the seven deaths due to influenza A (H1N1) in Switzerland occurred after the victims had been vaccinated. The information is from the Swiss regulatory body medicine, Swissmedic. The court, however, rule out the relationship with the vaccine stating that all patients were over 60 years and four suffered from severe chronic diseases.

    Four victims were vaccinated Pandemrix, manufactured by pharmaceutical company GlaxoSmithKline.

    Since the start of vaccination, at the end of November, 197 cases were detected with the side effects of the vaccine. Of this total, 169 received Pandemrix, 25, and three Focetria, CelTuria.



    17:38 - 07/12/2009

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    Re: Five people die in Switzerland after swine flu vaccine

    If the "relation proves" must be like the ones for decades discharged about cigarette consumption related to health problems,
    now banned in commercials after half a century of suspects about,

    Give everywhere non adjuvanted and more purified one dose injector jabs, or common sense will prevail.

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    • #3
      Re: Five people die in Switzerland after swine flu vaccine

      Please clarify.
      Many people who have die from influenza each year have been vaccinated against influenza.
      Did these people die from influenza or from the effects of the vaccine?
      Thought has a dual purpose in ethics: to affirm life, and to lead from ethical impulses to a rational course of action - Teaching Reverence for Life -Albert Schweitzer. JT

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        Re: Five people die in Switzerland after swine flu vaccine

        Perhaps the court assumed the deaths were because the vaccine didn't produce the optimal response, as often occurs in many elderly.

        Hopefully, the higher antigen vaccine or more studies about the benefits of pre-and-post vaccine use of probiotics will prevents these deaths in the future.

        .
        "The next major advancement in the health of American people will be determined by what the individual is willing to do for himself"-- John Knowles, Former President of the Rockefeller Foundation

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        • #5
          Re: Five people die in Switzerland after swine flu vaccine

          Originally posted by Thornton View Post
          Please clarify.
          Many people who have die from influenza each year have been vaccinated against influenza.
          Did these people die from influenza or from the effects of the vaccine?
          If we stick to the news text #1:
          "after the victims had been vaccinated".

          Apart the dificulty to judge what induced what, and when,
          if we take it textualy, those people deaths came suddenly or more later after they have being inoculated with a pandemic vaccine,
          as were reported for other cases recently in some EU countries, and Japan also (Japan Vaccination thread, FT threads).

          The official conclusions were "not connected",
          but what teach us at grassroot level such short time recorded effects?
          Prudence indeed.

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          • #6
            Re: Five people die in Switzerland after swine flu vaccine

            Where can I read about probiotics and flu ?

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            • #7
              Re: Five people die in Switzerland after swine flu vaccine

              Originally posted by ming View Post
              Where can I read about probiotics and flu ?
              Until the ober-folks would not change the Google docs access, try filtering there. Example of an contrary article:

              http://www.nutraingredients-usa.com/...r-false-claims
              FDA raps probiotic swine flu supplements for false claims
              By Shane Starling, 22-Jul-2009

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