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Argentina Investigates Deaths of Vaccinated Children

Posted By admin On August 21, 2008 @ 2:44 am In Sci Tech | Comments Disabled

Seattle Times [1]
Thursday, Aug 21, 2008

Argentine authorities are investigating a possible link between the deaths of 14 children and an experimental vaccine they were taking as part of a clinical trial run by GlaxoSmithKline.

The deaths may be tied to the Synflorix vaccine, which is designed to fight pneumonia, ear infections and several other pneumococcal diseases.

A U.S. spokeswoman for GlaxoSmithKline said that the company is not attributing the deaths to the experimental vaccine, which is being tested in three Latin American countries and elsewhere around the world.



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[1] Seattle Times : http://v.mercola.com/blogs/public_blog/Argentina-Investigates-Deaths-of-Vaccinated-Children-68201.aspx

[2] Latest research shows vaccinated children more chronically ill than non-vaccinated: http://www.prisonplanet.com/latest-research-shows-vaccinated-children-more-chronically-ill-than-non-vaccinated.html

[3] More than 2,000 vaccinated babies died: The cost of doing business: http://www.prisonplanet.com/more-than-2000-vaccinated-babies-died-the-cost-of-doing-business.html

[4] Smokers should get pneumonia vaccine: U.S. advisers: http://www.prisonplanet.com/smokers-should-get-pneumonia-vaccine-us-advisers.html

[5] Vaccinated children have up to 500% more disease than unvaccinated children: http://www.prisonplanet.com/vaccinated-children-have-up-to-500-more-disease-than-unvaccinated-children.html

[6] Truth comes out: 2009 H1N1 flu pandemic ‘deaths’ of children were actually caused by MRSA: http://www.prisonplanet.com/truth-comes-out-2009-h1n1-flu-pandemic-deaths-of-children-were-actually-caused-by-mrsa.html

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