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- Lebensgefährliche Inkompetenz des Paul-Ehrlich-Institut (PEI)
Gardasil: Stellungnahme zum unklaren Todesfall aus Deutschland in
zeitlichem Zusammenhang zu einer Gardasil-Impfung. Das
Paul-Ehrlich-Institut (PEI), die in Deutschland für die
Impfstoffsicherheit zuständige Bundesbehörde, offenbart durch
diese Stellungnahme aufs Neue eine schier unfassbare Inkompetenz.
Zunächst mal ist es unverständlich, warum die Behörde
erst nach einem halben Jahr über Details zu dem Todesfall
informiert. Das wirft die Frage auf, ob die Daten sofort nach
Meldung recherchiert wurden oder erst nach dem medialen Trubel, den ein
anderer Todesfall in Österreich inzwischen verursacht hat.
Dass der Todesfall am Tag nach der Impfung aufgetreten ist und nicht
erst nach drei Wochen, wie im Fall von Jasmin S. aus Österreich,
ist bis heute (21.1.08) nicht in der Meldedatenbank des PEI
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Impf-Stoff-Schwindel verwickelt sind, sind NICHT haftbar ... und
können NICHT verklagt werden ! Lassen Sie sich dies eine
Warnung sein ! Nur die Blöden und Naiven müssen sterben
... da jene NICHT lesen und hören können ... und sich trotz aller Warnungen impfen lassen ! Lese weiter in englisch ...
Barack Opharma issues ultimate bad news during Administration's
'Friday Night Bad News Dump': Legal immunity set for swine flu vaccine makers - 17 Jul
2009 - The last time the government embarked on a major vaccine campaign against a
new swine flu, thousands filed claims contending they suffered side effects
[paralysis, death] from the shots. This time, the government has already taken steps
to head that off. Vaccine makers and federal officials will be immune from
lawsuits that result from any new swine flu vaccine, under a document signed
by Secretary of Health and Human Services Kathleen Sebelius, government health
officials said Friday. The document signed by Sebelius last month grants
immunity to those making a swine flu vaccine, under the provisions of a 2006 law
for public health emergencies. [See:
CLG Pandemic Action
Alerts 12 Jul 2009 Petition against
mandatory vaccines; contact the White House, US Congress --More flu news
Safety questions over swine flu
jab --Vaccine will be
rushed out before results of health checks are known as licensing is
accelerated for 132m doses of vaccine 18
Jul 2009 The first doses of swine flu vaccine will be given to the public before
full data on its safety and effectiveness become available, doctors confirmed
yesterday. The pandemic vaccine version will be spread over two doses in a
higher quantity, and one brand [Gee, I wonder who that could be?] is expected to
contain a chemical additive to make it go further, potentially increasing the
risk of side-effects... A previous vaccine against swine flu turned out to be
worse than the disease. An outbreak in the US in 1976 infected 200 soldiers
at a military camp [Fort Dix] in New Jersey... But before it was over 40 million
people had been vaccinated, 25 of whom died and 500 of whom developed
Guillain-Barre syndrome, an inflammation of the nervous system which can cause
paralysis and be fatal.
The 'Lucky Larry' of swine flu Baxter Vaccine 'Oddities' By Lori
Price 17 Jul 2009 Baxter files swine flu vaccine patent year ahead of
outbreak --Baxter can take no more H1N1 flu vaccine orders -- Baxter 2Q
Profit Up 7.9%; Full-Year Guidance Raised -- Baxter working on vaccine to stop
swine flu, though admitted sending live pandemic flu viruses to subcontractor.
Quarantine at detention center due to
swine flu -- ICE: 72 detainees segregated
from center's general population for observation 15 Jul 2009 Authorities say dozens of immigrants being held at San
Diego's Otay Mesa detention center are being quarantined because of fears over
the swine flu. Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials say two cases of
the H1N1 virus have been confirmed at the facility since last month. The
individuals were treated and recovered.
Swine flu jab link to killer nerve disease: Leaked letter
reveals concern of neurologists over 25 deaths in America 15 Aug 2009 A
warning that the new swine flu jab is linked to a deadly nerve disease has been
sent by the Government to senior neurologists in a confidential letter. The
letter from the Health Protection Agency, the official body that oversees
public health, has been leaked to The Mail on Sunday, leading
to demands to know why the information has not been given to the public before
the vaccination of millions of people, including children, begins. It
tells the neurologists that they must be alert for an increase in a brain
disorder called Guillain-Barre Syndrome (GBS), which could be triggered by the
vaccine. The letter, sent to about 600 neurologists on July 29 2009, is the first
sign that there is concern at the highest levels that the vaccine itself could
cause serious complications.
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Two thousand schoolgirls suffer suspected ill-effects from cervical cancer vaccine
of schoolgirls have suffered suspected adverse reactions to a
controversial cervical cancer vaccine introduced by the Government.
By Laura Donnelly, Health Correspondent
Published: 9:00PM BST 12 Sep 2009
Doctors' reports show
that girls of 12 and 13 have experienced convulsions, fever and
paralysis after being given the vaccine, which is now administered in
schools as part of efforts to prevent women developing cancer.
Others suffered nausea,
muscle weakness, dizziness and blurred vision, according to a special
report drawn up by drug safety watchdogs.
A support group says it has received dozens of calls from parents who believe their daughters have been damaged by the vaccine.
The parents of one
teenage girl given the jab last autumn believe it was to blame for
repeated seizures which have left her with brain damage and psychosis.
programme for teenage girls is controversial because it protects them
from the sexually transmitted human papillomavirus which causes 70 per
cent of cervical tumours.
When the Government introduced the Cervarix vaccination programme last year, some campaigners dubbed it a "promiscuity jab".
Campaigners and families said the new figures showed the vaccination should not have been introduced via a mass programme.
More than one million girls have already been given the jab, which is offered to all as they enter their teens.
Until 2011 it will also
be administered to older girls, so that all female teens below the age
of 18 will be covered by the programme.
Ministers say that
ultimately the scheme will save 700 lives a year, while drug safety
experts insist the number of suspected reactions are outweighed by the
benefits from the jab.
Most of the more than
2,000 suspected reactions recorded by drug safety watchdog Medicines
and Health care products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) were mild, with
dozens of girls recording rashes, pain in the arm, and allergies.
But the report prepared
by the MHRA earlier this month also discloses cases in which teens have
suffered convulsions, eye rolling, muscle spasms, seizures and
hyperventilation soon after being given the jab.
The analysis by the
MHRA, drawn up this month, found 2,107 patients had reported some kind
of suspected adverse reaction to Cervarix. Several reported multiple
reactions, with 4,602 suspected side-effects recorded in total.
Jackie Fletcher, founder
of Jabs, a support group for families whose children have fallen ill
after immunisation, said she had taken dozens of calls from parents who
believed their daughters had been damaged by the cervical cancer
She said: "We have
spoken to parents whose daughters have had seizures, paralysis, blurred
vision, severe headaches and the loss of feeling in parts of their body.
"Doctors will try to
convince parents that these problems are in their child's mind, or have
nothing to do with the vaccines, but we don't think there is sufficient
evidence to show Cervarix is safe."
Medical safety experts insist the benefits of the vaccine outweigh the risks.
They say many of the
patients who experienced an "adverse" reaction to the jab since April
2008, including some who took part in drug trials or bought the drug
privately, only suffered short-term side effects from the injection
process, not as a result of the drug.
There was no evidence to
suggest "isolated cases of other medical conditions" were actually
caused by the vaccine, and not just a coincidence, the regulator's
Cancer charities urged
parents to continue allowing their daughters to have the jabs, saying
the numbers were well within what would have been expected for a
large-scale programme, and that most of the side effects were minor.
Robert Music, director
of cervical cancer charity Jo's Trust said: "I can understand why
parents would feel cautious, but this programme could reduce 70 per
cent of cervical cancers.
We need to keep reviewing the evidence, but we would really urge parents to make sure their daughters have the vaccination."
Stacey Jones is one of
those who believes she has suffered side effects from the vaccine. She
was 17 when she had her first Cervarix injection.
Her parents Julie and
Kerry, from Bilston, West Midlands, noticed her becoming increasingly
emotional in the weeks following the first two jabs, but feared their
"happy-go-lucky" girl had finally succumbed to adolescent moodswings.
Within four days of the
third injection in March of this year, Stacey suffered an epileptic
seizure, followed by 17 more in the following week.
She has now been
diagnosed with a brain injury, caused by inflammation of the brain, and
is being treated in an NHS rehabilitation unit in Birmingham, which
helps her with basic tasks like making a sandwich.
Seizures are minimised by five types of medication, but her memory is badly damaged.
The family has been
given no explanation for how the damage occurred. Mrs Jones, 44, said:
"She was such a lovely, happy go-lucky girl, now she is just a shell.
"When we go to see her,
she can't remember what she has just eaten for tea. The impact on her
and all of us has been absolutely devastating. I feel she has been used
as a guinea pig."
A spokesman for
GlaxoSmithKline, which makes Cervarix, said the drug had to undergo
rigorous testing, with over 70,000 doses used in trials before a
licence was granted.
He said: "The UK
medicines safety agency has reviewed all reported adverse events
relevant to Cervarix and there is no evidence to suggest that the
vaccine carries any long-term side effects.
"The symptoms this girl
has experienced are clearly upsetting and it is understandable that the
girl and her parents want to uncover the cause."
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|Paralysed cancer drug girl to be put on at-risk register ‘to shut her up’ 
|More than half million kids get bad drug reactions
By LINDSEY TANNER (AP Medical Writer)
From Associated Press
September 28, 2009 1:25 AM EDT
CHICAGO - More than half
a million U.S. children yearly have bad reactions or side effects from
widely used medicines that require medical treatment and sometimes
hospitalization, new research shows.
Children younger than
age 5 are most commonly affected. Penicillin and other prescription
antibiotics are among drugs causing the most problems, including
rashes, stomachaches and diarrhea.
Parents should pay close
attention when their children are started on medicines since
"first-time medication exposures may reveal an allergic reaction," said
lead author Dr. Florence Bourgeois, a pediatrician with Children's
Hospital in Boston.
Doctors also should tell parents about possible symptoms for a new medication, she said.
The study appears in October's Pediatrics, released Monday.
It's based on national
statistics on patients' visits to clinics and emergency rooms between
1995 and 2005. The number of children treated for bad drug reactions
each year was mostly stable during that time, averaging 585,922.
Bourgeois said there
were no deaths resulting from bad reactions to drugs in the data she
studied, but 5 percent of children were sick enough to require
The study involved
reactions to prescribed drugs, including accidental overdoses. They
were used for a range of ailments including ear infections, strep
throat, depression and cancer. Among teens, commonly used medicines
linked with troublesome side effects included birth control pills. Bad
reactions to these pills included menstrual problems, nausea and
Children younger than 5
accounted for 43 percent of visits to clinics and emergency rooms;
followed by teens aged 15 to 18, who made up about 23 percent of the
Similar numbers of
hospitalized children - about 540,000 yearly - also have bad reactions
to drugs, including side effects, medicine mix-ups and accidental
overdoses, recent government research suggests.
The new report indicates children at home are just as vulnerable.
Michael Cohen, president
of the Institute for Safe Medication Practices, said a common problem
involves giving young children liquid medicine. Doses can come in
drops, teaspoons or milliliters, and parents may mistakenly think those
amounts are interchangeable.
Cohen said doctors
should be clear about doses and parents should be sure before leaving
the pharmacy that they understand exactly how to give liquid medicine.
The study was funded by the National Library of Medicine and the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development.
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|(U.K.) 14-year-old schoolgirl dies after being given cervical cancer jab
Natalie Morton, a
14-year-old schoolgirl, has died shortly after being given the cervical
cancer vaccine, prompting critics to call for the immunisation
programme to be suspended.