Wednesday, 5 March 2014

Damages for swine flu jab

The UK government is paying out around £1 million to each of 60 parents whose children have been permanently damaged by the swine flu vaccine. Most of the children suffer from narcolepsy, or sleeping sickness.
The £60 million pay-out is expected to be only the first of several as more parents come forward. It’s reckoned that the vaccine, Pandemrix, causes narcolepsy and catalepsy, or muscle weakness, in one out of 16,000 people vaccinated. 

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