Breaking News: Desiree Jennings Cured? Listen Now!

Desiree Jennings is CURED?

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Two more bad reactions to the H1N1 vaccine

“We have had two incidents involving some allergic-type symptoms…..”

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Mass Rejection Of Swine Flu Vaccine Continues Throughout Europe

The mass rejection of the H1N1 flu shot continues in Europe, prompted by fears over the vaccine’s safety, with extremely low percentages of people saying they intend to take it.

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FDA plans (dated June 26, 2009) for safety evaluation of Swine Flu Vaccines

A plan from the FDA that involved very limited safety data collection before starting vaccinations, and a detailed plan for obtaining data on adverse reactions after vaccinations have been given.

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FIFTH “SWINE FLU” VACCINE DEATH IN SWEDEN – VACCINATIONS STILL GO AHEAD AS PLANNED!

Media in Sweden is having a tough time maintaining the propaganda as more and more people question the reasons for the mass vaccination.

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Boy rushed to hospital after swine flu jab

“By this stage he was going into spasms. He couldn’t bend his fingers. I was absolutely terrified.”

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A TOTAL LIE: First daughters get H1N1 shots as supplies increase

I thought you needed to have three (3) weeks between the flu shot and the swine flu shot????

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Dr. Tenpenny: Whose Decision Is It, Anyway?

According to authorities, students would ideally be vaccinated before school starts, but the swine flu vaccine won’t be available until mid-October, making schools a logical place to begin mass vaccination.

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Novartis denies problems with swine flu vaccine

Swiss pharmaceutical group Novartis on Monday denied that it faced hurdles in gaining regulatory approval in Switzerland for one of its swine flu vaccines because of possible bacterial contamination.

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Obama Declares a National Emergency which Forces Swine Flu Vaccination

Adding H1N1 and seasonal flu together, flu-related deaths are still lower this year compared to previous “non-pandemic” years.”

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