Friday, October 24, 2014

CDC Swine Flu Vaccination Debacle

CDC Swine Flu Vaccination Debacle ---

January 19-Feburary 9 1976


Wikipedia: The 1976 swine flu outbreak, also known as the swine flu fiasco,[1] or the swine flu debacle, was a strain of H1N1 influenza virus that appeared in 1976. Infections were only detected from January 19 to February 9, and were not found outside Fort Dix.[2] The outbreak is most remembered for the mass immunization that it prompted in the United States. The strain itself killed one person and hospitalized 13.[citation needed] However, side-effects from the vaccine are thought to have caused five hundred cases of Guillain–Barré syndrome and 25 deaths.[3]


500 sick, 25 killed:

From Cliff Kincaid at renew america:  

The Los Angeles Times reported that the CDC's swine flu vaccination campaign resulted in more than 500 people developing Guillain-Barre syndrome after receiving the vaccine, while 25 people died.

The CDC says Guillain-Barre syndrome is a rare disorder in which a person's own immune system damages their nerve cells, causing muscle weakness and sometimes paralysis.

The New York Times reported the number of dead at 30.

The Washington Post said the federal government ultimately paid more than $90 million to hundreds of victims.

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Apr 29, 2009 - Despite acknowledging that the 1976 farce was an example of "how not to ...  ... The number of fatalities, and suspected and confirmed cases across the world