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The Word is Out: Unusually High Number
of H1N1 Vaccine Reactions in Canada

Since vaccination campaigns began in forty countries, an unusually high number of severe allergic reactions after the H1N1 vaccine have been recorded recently in Canada where a vaccine batch from the pharmaceutical group GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) has been recalled
said the World Health Organization (WHO).

Health Canada and the Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC) have been criticized by the decision to approve the Arepanrix vaccine without any safety or efficacy testing on a single Canadian.

"The Canadian authorities will conduct research" necessary to establish the causes of these allergies, says a spokesman for WHO. He assured that the WHO did not change the current recommendations for widespread vaccination. "We must first understand what happened in Canada, "insisted the spokesman.

To date, health authorities were reporting 36 cases of severe reactions on people vaccinated.

The WHO has been on the hot spot several times to counter widespread accusations that the H1N1 vaccines were rushed through regulatory procedures to speed up their manufacture. The WHO reiterated Friday that the vaccines were still "effective" despite cases of mutations of the virus recorded in Norway in particular.

According to the organization, as for the thirty plus deaths reported in the context of large-scale vaccinations, there is no evidence at this time to link the deaths with the vaccine. Cases of adverse side effects were reported from 10 000 doses of vaccine administered. Of 100 adverse events, five are serious, including death, they said.

* A full list of h1n1 vaccine ingredients, alerts and warnings.

Canada Sets Aside 170,000 Doses of the Arepanrix H1N1 Vaccine After Reactions

Health Canada Warns Canadians To Stay Away From Natural Medicine To Fight H1N1

Canadian Councillor Representing Ottawa Wants Military To Conduct Vaccinations

Canadian Press Reports On
Depopulation and H1N1 Vaccine Fears

More Canadian Propaganda:
Hyping H1N1 Vaccine Scarcity

Canada Approved H1N1 Vaccine Without Evaluating Safety on a Single Canadian

Canadian Government Orders Surveillance
of Public Transportation For Swine Flu

Toronto Public Health Officials Use Tragic Death of Teenager To Promote H1N1 Hype

ALERT Canadians: Toxic Ingredients in the Arepanrix H1N1 Vaccine Harm Your Health

Canadian Health Officials Struggle To Counter What They Consider H1N1 Myths

Canada Decides To Approve
Unlicensed Adjuvanted Vaccines

Canadians Will Be Immunized Faster
Than Other Parts of the World

Impending Mandatory Vaccinations Will Affect The Health, Jobs of Canadians

Public Health Officials in Canada Engaged
in Cover-Up Operation To Conceal Flu Origin

Canadian Province May Suspend Flu
Shots After Vaccine's Safety Questioned

Canada's Largest Province Distributing
H1N1 Flu Propaganda Kits

Canada Plans To Vaccinate The Entire
Population Against H1N1 Swine Flu

Canadian Medical Journal, Population Health Expert Call For Greater Pandemic Powers

Canadians Will Be Inoculated With H1N1 Vaccine Before Trials Are Completed

Canada is Rushing Approval
For Untested H1N1 Vaccines

Forced Vaccination and
Quarantine Laws in Canada

Targeted Native Populations in Canada
Dying of Tamiflu and Antiviral Intoxications

Health Expert in Canada Calling For
Compensation For Flu-Vaccine Injuries

Reference Sources:
November 24, 2009


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