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Canada Looking To Share Its Deadly
Arepanrix Vaccine With Other Countries

Late last month, the Canadian federal government stated that it was to announce a decision on what to do with tens of millions of unused doses of the deadly Arepanrix H1N1 vaccine. Now, at the health detriment of other countries, Canada's chief public health officer has stated that the World Health Organization will begin putting the surplus doses to use.

Chief Public Health Officer Dr. David Butler-Jones said the Public Health Agency would talk with it's supplier about turning back unneeded vaccine so the company could start filling orders from other countries sooner.

Canada ordered 50.4 million doses of H1N1 vaccine, enough to give 75 percent of Canadians two doses apiece if two were required.

Up until now, Canadian authorities have steadfastly refused to discuss what they might do with the excess vaccine, saying they wanted to ensure Canada's needs were being met before crossing that bridge.

The World Health Organization (WHO) has also been promised more than 150 million doses by four vaccine manufacturers, including Canada's main supplier GlaxoSmithKline (GSK). A Canadian spokesperson had said it was not clear what form Canada's donation would take.

GSK had asked several provinces to set aside the 170,000 doses from the questionable batch they'd noticed a higher-than-usual number of allergic reactions from one batch. Dozens of Canadians have suffered severe allergic reactions while 200 others died from the vaccine.

However recently, Canada has communicated with WHO indicating it could share it surplus does of the H1N1 vaccine with other countries such as Vietnam.

In an urgent communication to WHO, Vietnam has demanded that all information about the Arepanrix H1N1 vaccines produced by the GlaxoSmithKline, including its dosage and the number of allergic reactions to it in other countries, be clearly stated, the health ministry’s Drug Administration said. The country is expected to receive 1.2 million does of vaccines produced by GlaxoSmithKline from the WHO this month.

A Canadian government spokesperson said it will be important to hold onto some additional supply, in case increased demand is triggered by future events that cannot be foreseen.

Vaccine researcher and Naturopathic Doctor, Dave Mihalovic stated that holding onto any additional H1N1 vaccine supply is useless. "The H1N1 virus has already mutated as verified by the WHO, so even based on rudimentary vaccine science (if that even exists), any vaccine developed by GSK six months ago would be completely ineffective against the current strain."

The Public Health Agency of Canada
Is Already Hyping The 3rd Wave of Flu

Canadian H1N1 Clinics Closing
Due To Decreased Demand

Push Is On To Continue Vaccinating
Everyone For H1N1 Swine Flu

Report: 36 Canadians Suffer Severe
Allergic Reactions While 200 Others Died

Surge in Anaphylactic Shock In B.C. As More People Report Reactions To H1N1 Vaccine

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 89, 220, 234
December 10, 2009

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