European Parliament to Investigate WHO and “Pandemic” Scandal

The Parliamentary inquiry will look into the issue of „falsified
pandemic“ that was declared by WHO in June 2009 on the advice of its
group of academic experts, SAGE, many of whose members have been
documented to have intense financial ties to the same pharmaceutical
giants such as GlaxoSmithKline, Roche, Novartis, who benefit from the
production of drugs and untested H1N1 vaccines. …

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Special Swine Flu ALERT from Dr Mercola

There is a new Canadian study that suggests those who have gotten seasonal
influenza vaccines in the past may be at greater risk for getting H1N1 swine
flu. This information reinforces NVIC’s call for a comparison of the long term
health outcomes of vaccinated and unvaccinated children …

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WHO Issues Guidelines for Antiviral Treatment of H1N1 and Other Influenza (From Medscape Medical News CME)

Cases of pandemic H1N1 virus infection have now been confirmed in more than 100
countries in all 6 WHO regions, mandating updated recommendations on the use of
antivirals for infections caused by new strains of pandemic (A)H1N1 virus. The
present WHO guidelines also address antiviral use in seasonal influenza and in
infections caused by other novel influenza A viruses, but they do not change
existing guidelines on pharmacological management of humans infected with H5N1
virus. …

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H1N1 prompts action on FDA nominee (FiercePharma)

Hamburg, not-so-coincidentally, is an expert on pandemics as well as
bioterrorism, the Wall Street Journal
reports. A spokeswoman for Sen. Ted Kennedy, who chairs the committee,
told the paper that it’s a “high priority” to get Dr. Hamburg confirmed,
stat–at least in part because her expertise “will be an invaluable resource” in
handling the H1N1 outbreak. …

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No pharma-haters in a pandemic

If a new wave of H1N1 hits in the fall–which is what happened with the 1918
pandemic–it could come roaring back stronger, virologists are saying. With this
new strain spreading in Asia, where highly pathogenic H5N1 is active, there’s
the potential for it to pick up genetic material that makes it more virulent.
That would be the “full-blown crisis”
the Post mentioned. You can bet that
even more people would be crying for pharma’s help then. Let’s hope we don’t
have to get to that point for another round …

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