India asks WHO to explain reports of a false pandemic: WHO agrees to issue written statement
India today asked the WHO to effectively explain reports that swine flu was a “false” pandemic after which the international body agreed to clarify to countries about its factual position on the matter.
Making an intervention in the Executive Board meeting of WHO in Geneva, Union health secretary Sujatha Rao pointed out that such news reports that the pandemic was false were adversely impacting upon the public health measures being undertaken by countries.
EMEA registers 38 cases of Guillian Barre and 11 cases of Multiple Scelorosis from swine flu jab
38 CASES OF GUILLIAN BARRÉ AND 11 CASES OF MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS FOLLOWING VACCINATION AGAINST H1N1
By Ulla Danielsen
The European Medicines Agency (EMEA) has registered 38 cases of Guillian Barré Syndrome, an illness with paralysations, following vaccination against the swine flu (H1N1) since the vaccination campaign started.
Senior medical doctor, Doris Stenver, head of the department for consumer safety at the Danish Pharmaceutical Board (Laegemiddelstyrelsen) 11 cases of multiple sclerosis (MS) have been registered.
EMEA covers the 27 EU countries plus Norway and Iceland. ..