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From: john on 26 Apr 2010 13:33
"D. C. Sessions" <dcs(a)lumbercartel.com> wrote in message
> In message
> <dce85766-ba40-41ac-8d22-b57cf35bd8f2(a)t36g2000yqt.googlegroups.com>, The
> Universal Infant wrote:
>> We don't need any "research."
> Translation: "Don't confuse me with facts, my mind's made up."
sums you vax flacks up to a T
> | The brighter the stupid burns, the more |
> | chance that someone will see the light. |
> +- D. C. Sessions <dcs(a)lumbercartel.com> -+
yeah, we see you alright
From: Mark Probert-Drew on 26 Apr 2010 20:22
On Apr 25, 2:33 am, "john" <nos...(a)bt.com> wrote:
> Toddler Ashley Jade Epapara, 2, dies after flu vaccination
> A FAMILY is in mourning after their toddler unexpectedly died less than 12
> hours after receiving a seasonal flu vaccination.
> April 25, 2010http://www.couriermail.com.au/news/toddler-ashley-jade-epapara-2-dies...
QUEENSLAND Health officials claimed they were unaware of any deaths
related to the seasonal flu vaccine, despite launching an
investigation two weeks ago into the death of a two-year-old who was
immunised the day before.
As suspicions centred on CSL's Fluvax seasonal flu vaccine as the
likely link in more than 250 adverse reactions reported nationwide,
alarm over the number of children taken ill after receiving a jab has
spread overseas, with the New Zealand government warning doctors to
avoid CSL's Australian-made product, and to choose one of two
alternative vaccines instead.
Queensland Health has come under increased pressure for its public
statements over the death of toddler Ashley Jade Epapara.
Queensland's Chief Health Officer, Jeannette Young, said yesterday
department had ordered an "urgent investigation" on April 9 after
media inquiries about a two-year-old who had died shortly after
receiving a swine flu vaccination.
Sorry, John-Boy...it is still under investigation. Every one of your
scaremongering articles this past year have been shown to be wrong
after an investigation. It seems that facts are not your forte.