Swine Flu Vaccinations for Children Were a Mistake

Dr Terhi Kilpi, the Chief Medical Officer of Finland's National Public Health Institute, has admitted that it may have been unnecessary to vaccinate children and young people against swine flu.  Kilpi said that she would no longer recommend the vaccination for children.

According to YLE:

"She added that if she had known of the potential consequences, she would have not inoculated 5-20 year-olds ... The vaccine is now suspected to be linked to an increase in the number of cases of narcolepsy affecting children and young people in Finland, Sweden and Iceland."

In related news, a report suggests that the Pandemrix vaccination increases the risk of narcolepsy nearly tenfold. The report found that children aged 4 to 19 were at nine times greater risk of contracting narcolepsy within eight months of the inoculation, compared with those who did not get the jab.

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