Extending vaccine benefits to developing world will require innovation

Pediatric SuperSite

May 4, 2010

VANCOUVER, British Columbia — Creative vaccine distribution strategies, improved vaccine technologies and more rapid manufacturing timetables were among ideas speakers at the 2010 Pediatric Academic Societies proposed during a symposium on vaccine-preventable diseases in the developing world.

Dr. Halvorsen on Wakefield, Witch Hunts and Vaccine Safety

Age of Autism

By Anne Dachel
February 9, 2011

Several months ago, I interviewed British doctor Richard Halvorsen concerning the heated vaccine-autism controversy. Dr. Halvorsen had gained a fair amount of attention in the British press. I contacted him recently to get his views on the allegations of fraud against Dr. Andrew Wakefield. He minced no words.

Spotlight: Flu Vaccines and Neurological Problems

Neurological problems due to nerve damage after vaccination is a fairly common adverse event with flu vaccines. In 1976, there were more cases of Guillain-Barre Syndrome reported after vaccination than there were confirmed cases of Swine flu. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE PRLog (Press Release) – Feb 07, 2011 – Every vaccine on the market is associated Continue Reading …

Vaccines are the foundation of pediatric medicine.

Vaccines

Safety testing on the INTER-relationship of vaccines
has NEVER been done.

The vaccines on the schedule have never been tested together.

Neither the CDC nor FDA can prove that the
current schedule is safe.

Feds Check Post-Vaccine Seizures In Young Kids

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USDA: Seizures Occurred 1 Day After Getting Shot

MIKE STOBBE, AP Medical Writer
POSTED: Thursday, January 20, 2011

ATLANTA — Government officials are investigating an apparent increase in fever-related seizures in young children after they got a flu shot. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration on Thursday said there have been 36 confirmed reports of seizures this flu season in children ages 6 months through 2 years.

Health Official: Swine Flu Vaccinations for Children Possibly a Mistake

YLE.fi

Finland
published Sun Jan. 30, 2011 04:40 PM

The Chief Medical Officer of Finland’s National Public Health Institute has conceded that it may have been unnecessary to vaccinate children and young people against swine flu. Dr Terhi Kilpi told the Väli-Suomi newspaper group’s Sunday newspaper supplement that perhaps the vaccine should not have been given to 5-20 year-olds.

HPV4 Gardasil Exceeds All other Vaccine-Induced Abortion/Stillbirth Events

MedAlerts
Blog entry for November 2010
By Steven Rubin

It has been suggested that the H1N1 Flu vaccine causes miscarriages (see, for example, here, here, and here). This month, I want to see if the claim is supported by VAERS data.

Child Flu Vaccine Contains Mercury

Express.co.uk

Sunday January 9, 2011
By Lucy Johnston, Health Editor

UP to a million under-fives have been inoculated against the flu virus with a controversial vaccine containing poisonous mercury.

Pandemrix has been given to almost a quarter of all healthy babies and young children as well as thousands of older children with health problems.

Inquiries by the Sunday Express reveal it contains a preservative made with a form of mercury that was phased out of childhood vaccines in 2004 after fears about its safety.

Vaccination advertising

Bancroft this Week
by Robert Snefjella
Editorial
December 16, 2010

Tis’ the season for being subjected to taxpayer paid for government messages ordaining vaccination as the primary weapon against the flu. On the radio a pleasant voice delivers the message from “the government of Ontario.” The message reminds us to wash hands, sneeze cleverly, and best of all get injected.

Sanofi Pasteur Plays Santa and Pays for Children to Take Part in Vaccine Trials

VaccineTruth

by Christina England
December 23, 2010

With Christmas nearly here and the flu season well and truly under way, Sanofi Pasteur is playing Santa Claus this year. Not only is the drug giant offering free flu vaccines to children, but they are paying parents $350 to use them as guinea pigs in flu vaccine trials.