Swine Flu Shots Lead to Spike in Irish Adverse Event Reports

The Irish Medicines Board (IMB) has revealed in a report that Swine Fly vaccination has been linked to an increase in adverse reaction reports.  An additional 900 adverse reaction reports have been made in Ireland this year.

The report said that there were an “unprecedented” number of adverse reactions to medicines, with a significant amount of the increase attributed to the Swine Flu Vaccine.

News Inferno reports:

“... [T]he World Health Organization (WHO) reported that 12 countries have reported suspected narcolepsy cases that have been connected to the swine flu -- H1N1 -- vaccinations. Most of the victims have been children and teens as young as four years of age and as old as 19.”

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