Pandemrix and Narcolepsy

December, 7, 2017 | 4 Comments


  1. David

    “The answer has to be that if she and other smart people figure there is a link in their cases, there likely is. There are other factors that can be taken into account, such as whether anything else happening at the time might have played a part, but for the most part sensible people are largely right when it comes to adverse effects.”

    Perhaps it was only for people who post here that it almost goes without saying and what you mostly get with from people on the other side these days when seriously challenged is silence. Ironically, however, a friend was mad with anger today for having a comment removed from a Guardian blog for expressing just such opinion under an article about HPV vaccine.

    Perhaps, because of its financial condition the Guardian is leading the charge with vaccine fascism in the UK.

    You may however like our poster on AoA today:

  2. As several things have come to light this week, it might be worth a few attention seekers ..

    …sensible people are largely right when it comes to adverse effects.

    Too Wit .. Sleeping on the Job/Dobermans answer ..

    Undoing the Andrew Witty

    Updoing the MHRA

    We all need to know where we are in the happen-chance .. of Time ..

  3. New Post From Bob Fiddaman Blows The Lid On The Gates Foundation And Its Dodgy Links To GSK…

    Well worth a read..

    MHRA awarded £1.3m for collaboration with the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and the World Health Organization

    “When a new medicine or vaccine is being used it is critical that potential risks are identified early and well understood. The involvement of MHRA in this project will ensure scientific and regulatory expertise are developed within the national centres.”

  4. …should have taken its corporate foot off the gas pedal.

    Sanofi scandal in the Philippines could spread dangerous mistrust of vaccines

    “Where the investigation will lead is unclear, but Sanofi needs to come to grips with this episode.

    Otherwise, we run the risk that too many people will end up being inoculated with baseless mistrust of vaccines.”

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