I don’t normally quote verbatim from other blogs. But this defies the laws of … gravity.
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From The St-Henri Chronicles, by Manuel Johnson
»I just got my H1N1 flu shot at the old Théâtre Cartier on Notre-Dame. (…) Now, I don’t want to provoke any panic or work contrary to the interests of public health, but, like any self-respecting blogger, I must report what I see: while I was there, two different girls of about the same age, 9 or 10, experienced side effects and had to be taken to hospital. They both had the same symptoms: swelling and numbness in their left legs. The staff on hand seemed puzzled and worried, not to mention the family members. One nurse remarked, « I’m starting to wonder about these vaccines, with all the side effects. » My own one-year-old son seemingly lost consciousness after getting the shot (though it was his nap-time) – he fell into a slumber and we were not able to wake him for a couple of minutes. That was quite worrisome. They put him on a stretcher, and finally, thankfully, he groggily came to. (…)
A leading Montreal newspaper, La Presse, also reports teenagers passing out after receiving the shot:
»(…) Lors de la visite de La Presse, hier, le centre était bondé et grouillait d’activité. Malgré cela, tout s’est déroulé rondement, assurent les responsables, et ce, malgré que plusieurs adolescents aient perdu connaissance après avoir été inoculés. »
Here is a link to the scientific data provided about the vaccine by its developer, GSK. And in French, GSK. You’ll note something most remarkable on this data: No scientific studies have been conducted about the effects of this vaccine on the following age groups: Elderly (60 and over), children and teenagers (10 to 17), children (6-35 months).