According to the Center for Disease Control there are only 302 confirmed deaths in the U.S. from the swine flu. The World Health Organization has tallied 429 deaths worldwide, only 200 deaths in the U.S. A week ago when the WHO announced that they would “stop counting” the cases of swine flu, another key to this puzzle was mentioned, perhaps explaining the difference in numbers of cases and also the WHO’s reason’s to stop counting cases:
“Many epidemiologists have pointed out that, in reality, millions of people have had swine flu, usually in mild form, so the numbers of laboratory-confirmed cases were actually meaningless. And performing the tests has overwhelmed many national laboratories”
So with the regular flu the WHO says at least 36,000 people die a year, coming no where near to the death rate of the swine flu, why are the vaccine’s being pushed? Well 1976 offers some clue’s, but there is more to this….As I said in a previous article published elsewhere, I will not take a vaccine. (Especially from Baxter!) -ed
LONDON — In a drive to inoculate people against swine flu before winter, many European governments say they will fast-track the testing of a vaccine, arousing concern among some experts about safety and proper doses.
The European Medicines Agency, the EU’s top drug regulatory body, is accelerating the approval process for swine flu vaccine, and countries such as Britain, Greece, France and Sweden say they’ll start using the vaccine after it’s greenlighted — possibly within weeks.
In an interview with The Associated Press, Dr. Keiji Fukuda, the World Health Organization’s flu chief, warned about the potential dangers of untested vaccines, although he stopped short of criticizing Europe’s approach outright.
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