Sunday, August 16, 2009

Drug-resistant swine flu cases discovered in patients in Seattle

Drug-resistant swine flu cases discovered in patients in Seattle

SEATTLE — The country’s first cases of drug-resistant swine flu were discovered in two leukemia patients in Seattle, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported Friday.

Meanwhile, Houston we have a problem.

The only problem with this idea is that the swine flu vaccination itself has been linked to a deadly condition known as Guillain-Barre Syndrome. This brain disorder can lead to paralysis and even death in some cases. A recent letter from the Health Protection Agency details the concerns that hundreds of neurologists have with the vaccine. Only a few decades ago, in 1976, there was an outbreak of swine flu. A vaccination was used to combat that outbreak; however, over 500 cases of Guillain-Barre Syndrome were reported. More people died from taking the vaccine than those who died from the actual swine flu. In addition, the U.S. government had to pay millions of dollars to the victims and their families. The vaccine was pulled after about a week and a half of use after so many problems were reported.

Now which company that produced it, should feel the effects in their stock...

This is very bad news and as I have been asking all along, who gave the WHO the seed strain to come up with this deadly vaccine.

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