Swine Flu Pandemic: The Vaccine Pandemrix "Summary of Product Characteristics"

Swine Flu Pandemic: The Vaccine Pandemrix "Summary of Product Characteristics"

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August 26th, 2009, 11:56 am #1

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"...1. NAME OF THE MEDICINAL PRODUCT
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Pandemrix suspension and emulsion for emulsion for injection.

Pandemic influenza vaccine (<strong>H5N1</strong>) (split virion, inactivated, adjuvanted)
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2. QUALITATIVE AND QUANTITATIVE COMPOSITION
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After mixing, 1 dose (0.5 ml) contains:

Split influenza virus, inactivated, containing antigen<font face="TimesNewRomanPSMT" size="1">* </font><font face="TimesNewRomanPSMT" size="3">equivalent to:</font>

<strong>A/VietNam/1194/2004 (H5N1) like strain used (NIBRG-14) 3.75 micrograms</strong><font face="TimesNewRomanPSMT" size="1">**</font>

* <font face="TimesNewRomanPSMT" size="3">propagated in <strong>eggs</strong></font>
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** <font face="TimesNewRomanPSMT" size="3">haemagglutinin</font>

This vaccine complies with the <strong>WHO recommendation </strong>and EU decision for the pandemic.

AS03 adjuvant composed of <strong>squalene</strong> (10.69 milligrams), <strong>DL-</strong><font face="SymbolMT" size="3"><strong>á</strong></font><font face="TimesNewRomanPSMT" size="3"><strong>-tocopherol </strong>(11.86 milligrams) and <strong>polysorbate 80 </strong>(4.86 milligrams)</font>

The suspension and emulsion vials once mixed form a multidose container. See section 6.5 for the

number of doses per vial.

Excipients: It contains <strong>5 micrograms thiomersal..."</strong>

http://www.emea.europa.eu/humandocs/PDF ... h832en.pdf
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August 26th, 2009, 12:12 pm #2


Main Page with various links:

http://www.emea.europa.eu/humandocs/Hum ... demrix.htm

Rows of diamond-shaped icons for links.  For access to documents in the English language you need the diamonds under <strong>EN </strong>and for other languages, choose from "Glossary" on right hand side of page.

 
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August 26th, 2009, 12:40 pm #3

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"...1. NAME OF THE MEDICINAL PRODUCT
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Pandemrix suspension and emulsion for emulsion for injection.

Pandemic influenza vaccine (<strong>H5N1</strong>) (split virion, inactivated, adjuvanted)
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2. QUALITATIVE AND QUANTITATIVE COMPOSITION
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After mixing, 1 dose (0.5 ml) contains:

Split influenza virus, inactivated, containing antigen<font face="TimesNewRomanPSMT" size="1">* </font><font face="TimesNewRomanPSMT" size="3">equivalent to:</font>

<strong>A/VietNam/1194/2004 (H5N1) like strain used (NIBRG-14) 3.75 micrograms</strong><font face="TimesNewRomanPSMT" size="1">**</font>

* <font face="TimesNewRomanPSMT" size="3">propagated in <strong>eggs</strong></font>
<font face="TimesNewRomanPSMT" size="1"></font>
** <font face="TimesNewRomanPSMT" size="3">haemagglutinin</font>

This vaccine complies with the <strong>WHO recommendation </strong>and EU decision for the pandemic.

AS03 adjuvant composed of <strong>squalene</strong> (10.69 milligrams), <strong>DL-</strong><font face="SymbolMT" size="3"><strong>á</strong></font><font face="TimesNewRomanPSMT" size="3"><strong>-tocopherol </strong>(11.86 milligrams) and <strong>polysorbate 80 </strong>(4.86 milligrams)</font>

The suspension and emulsion vials once mixed form a multidose container. See section 6.5 for the

number of doses per vial.

Excipients: It contains <strong>5 micrograms thiomersal..."</strong>

http://www.emea.europa.eu/humandocs/PDF ... h832en.pdf
http://www.emea.europa.eu/humandocs/PDF ... h832en.pdf
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<em>"...Pandemrix suspension and emulsion for emulsion for injection.</em>

<em>Pandemic influenza vaccine (<strong>H5N1</strong>) (split virion, inactivated, adjuvanted)..."</em>

H5N1 is Bird flu.  Swine flu is H1N1 and allegedly a 'novel' virus ...so presumably not related to the bird flu.

<em>"...It contains 5 micrograms thiomersal..."</em>

THIOMERSAL  "...(also known as <strong>thimerosal</strong>, mercurothiolate and sodium 2-ethylmercuriothio-benzoate) is a <strong>mercury-containing compound </strong>used to prevent bacterial and fungal growth in some vaccines during storage, and especially during use of opened multi-dose vials. It has also been used during vaccine production both to inactivate certain organisms and toxins and to maintain a sterile production line. Thiomersal has been used since the 1930s in the manufacture of some vaccines and other medical products...."

Its expensive to provide mercury-free vaccines - they need throwing out much sooner.  Though the other vaccine available apparently doesn't contain mercury.  In this continuing story of failed Bird Flu pandemic switches to hopeful Swine Flu pandemic,  is it a case that GSK, WHO and the rest of them willing to offload GSK's Pandemrix on you, consider its a case of:

<em>'Because you're </em><strong>[NOT]</strong> <em>worth it!</em>"

 

(Yeah, I've watched the cosmetics ads on TV)
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August 26th, 2009, 12:45 pm #4

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"...1. NAME OF THE MEDICINAL PRODUCT
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Pandemrix suspension and emulsion for emulsion for injection.

Pandemic influenza vaccine (<strong>H5N1</strong>) (split virion, inactivated, adjuvanted)
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2. QUALITATIVE AND QUANTITATIVE COMPOSITION
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After mixing, 1 dose (0.5 ml) contains:

Split influenza virus, inactivated, containing antigen<font face="TimesNewRomanPSMT" size="1">* </font><font face="TimesNewRomanPSMT" size="3">equivalent to:</font>

<strong>A/VietNam/1194/2004 (H5N1) like strain used (NIBRG-14) 3.75 micrograms</strong><font face="TimesNewRomanPSMT" size="1">**</font>

* <font face="TimesNewRomanPSMT" size="3">propagated in <strong>eggs</strong></font>
<font face="TimesNewRomanPSMT" size="1"></font>
** <font face="TimesNewRomanPSMT" size="3">haemagglutinin</font>

This vaccine complies with the <strong>WHO recommendation </strong>and EU decision for the pandemic.

AS03 adjuvant composed of <strong>squalene</strong> (10.69 milligrams), <strong>DL-</strong><font face="SymbolMT" size="3"><strong>á</strong></font><font face="TimesNewRomanPSMT" size="3"><strong>-tocopherol </strong>(11.86 milligrams) and <strong>polysorbate 80 </strong>(4.86 milligrams)</font>

The suspension and emulsion vials once mixed form a multidose container. See section 6.5 for the

number of doses per vial.

Excipients: It contains <strong>5 micrograms thiomersal..."</strong>

http://www.emea.europa.eu/humandocs/PDF ... h832en.pdf
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http://www.pacificfreepress.com/news/1/ ... e-itq.html

"...THE EMEA PROVIDES DISCLOSURE

Over the weekend, a gentleman in Belgium sent a very interesting e-mail. He had finally succeeded in getting a document from the European Medicines Agency (EMEA -the European Union's equivalent of America's FDA) that listed the basic ingredients in the primary "pandemic flu" vaccine being purchased for Europe ­ GlaxoSmithKline's (GSK) PANDEMRIX vaccine. This EMEA Document  is very, very revealing.

<strong>The vaccine consists of:

Active Substance: Pandemic influenza vaccine (H5N1) (split virion, inactivated, adjuvanted) A/VietNam/1194/2004 NIBRG-14.  
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<strong>Clearly, this is BIRD FLU vaccine, with the isolated antigen being the VietNam killer bird flu virus </strong>that has exhibited such a high mortality rate amongst victims in that country. The problem is, according to the WHO, the pandemic flu threatening Europe and the world is not a BIRD FLU (H5N1) virus at all, but is a "Novel" Swine Flu (H1N1) virus. <strong>How is it possible that such a specific BIRD FLU VACCINE would give any immune protection to a "Novel" Swine Flu "pandemic" virus</strong>?

<strong>It would seem that GSK is trying to unload stockpiles of its "Avian Pandemic Flu" vaccine by disguising it as a generic "Pandemic" vaccine under the name "PANDEMRIX"!! </strong>Why is the EMEA allowing this to happen? Will the FDA follow the EMEA's lead and allow "Pandemrix" bird flu viruses to be shot into millions of school children in America? Or will it be only Novartis or Novavax vaccines allowed in America? When will Americans be given FULL DISCLOSURE OF THE LABELING, and the COMPANIES UNDER CONTRACT??  

Notice also that GSK's "Pandemrix" circular declares that the virus included in the vaccine has been "adjuvanted"  but it doesn't disclose the specific adjuvant used. It is very likely "oil-in-water" adjuvant, aka squalene but this is not fully disclosed.

A very real concern of virologists worldwide is that the relatively benign "<strong>Novel</strong>" Swine Pandemic Flu threatening the world today, could turn into a much more dangerous killer if it somehow were able to blend with a known high-morbidity-producing virus, <strong>such as the VietNam strain of H5N1</strong>. It would appear that injecting millions of people with PANDREMIX "adjuvanted" H5N1 Bird Flu viruses could indeed create the 'Perfect Storm' as far as a pandemic is concerned..."  


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August 26th, 2009, 12:52 pm #5

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"...1. NAME OF THE MEDICINAL PRODUCT
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Pandemrix suspension and emulsion for emulsion for injection.

Pandemic influenza vaccine (<strong>H5N1</strong>) (split virion, inactivated, adjuvanted)
<font face="TimesNewRomanPS-BoldMT" size="3"></font>
2. QUALITATIVE AND QUANTITATIVE COMPOSITION
<font face="TimesNewRomanPSMT" size="3"></font>
After mixing, 1 dose (0.5 ml) contains:

Split influenza virus, inactivated, containing antigen<font face="TimesNewRomanPSMT" size="1">* </font><font face="TimesNewRomanPSMT" size="3">equivalent to:</font>

<strong>A/VietNam/1194/2004 (H5N1) like strain used (NIBRG-14) 3.75 micrograms</strong><font face="TimesNewRomanPSMT" size="1">**</font>

* <font face="TimesNewRomanPSMT" size="3">propagated in <strong>eggs</strong></font>
<font face="TimesNewRomanPSMT" size="1"></font>
** <font face="TimesNewRomanPSMT" size="3">haemagglutinin</font>

This vaccine complies with the <strong>WHO recommendation </strong>and EU decision for the pandemic.

AS03 adjuvant composed of <strong>squalene</strong> (10.69 milligrams), <strong>DL-</strong><font face="SymbolMT" size="3"><strong>á</strong></font><font face="TimesNewRomanPSMT" size="3"><strong>-tocopherol </strong>(11.86 milligrams) and <strong>polysorbate 80 </strong>(4.86 milligrams)</font>

The suspension and emulsion vials once mixed form a multidose container. See section 6.5 for the

number of doses per vial.

Excipients: It contains <strong>5 micrograms thiomersal..."</strong>

http://www.emea.europa.eu/humandocs/PDF ... h832en.pdf
<table width="100%" border="0" cellspacing="1" cellpadding="6"><tr><td colspan="2"><table width="100%" border="0"><tr><td valign="top" colspan="2">The flu jab choice the Department of Health might not tell you aboutAugust 18 2009 at 10:21 AM</td><td align="right" valign="top">Anonymous </td></tr><tr><td colspan="2"></td></tr><tr><td valign="bottom" colspan="3">
</td></tr><tr><td colspan="3">The flu jab choice the Department of Health might not tell you about
 

http://www.spectator.co.uk/coffeehouse/ ... bout.thtml
<span class="name-black">Fraser Nelson</span> <span class="time">4:48pm</span>
Which flu jab would you like this season the one with mercury, or without? Its a question youre unlikely to be asked when the NHS vaccination programme gets underway in October but there actually is a choice. One swine flu vaccine ordered by the government, Panderix, contains thimerosal, a preservative which is 49.6% mercury by weight. The other swine flu jab, Celvapan, is mercury-free.

I found this out by calling the Department of Health on a hunch. When governments order vaccines, and have no intention of telling patients whats in the mix, they tend to go for the bulk cheap ones. These often contain thimerosal. But the use of mercury in vaccines is far from uncontroversial. A few years ago, class action by American parents of autistic children was brought (unsuccessfully) against the makers of thimerosal. They suspected that mercury, a proven neurotoxin, could have impaired the mental development of their children given its presence in child vaccines. These controversies seldom kick off in Britain because parents are told nothing about the vaccines.

Andy Burnham said last week that his department intends to "target" 500,000 pregnant women when it starts its vaccination programme. Now, NHS24 has plenty to say about pregnant women and mercury. It advises them that mercury "can have a damaging effect on your babys developing nervous system" and that pregnant women had best avoid swordfish because it contains "a high level of mercury". By  high it means that swordfish is a millionth mercury one part per million is mercury." So why should pregnant women who are advised to take a swine flu jab inject themselves with the very stuff that the government considers it is prudent for them to avoid? Why not advise them to take the mercury-free jab? Or at least explain the risks and give them the choice?

The Department of Health tells me we won't be advising against pregnant women using it as there is no reason to. Its standard line (see it in full here) is that there is no evidence that mercury (at the levels that exist in thimerosal vaccines) is harmful. This is stating the obvious: if there were evidence of neurological damage be it Alzheimers in the elderly or autism in children it would be a scandal of Thalidomide proportions. But the Department of Health has for the last few years been phasing thimerosal out of the DTP baby vaccines. Why might it do that, you may ask, if it is so confident that thimerosal was doing no harm?

I suspect that the Department will have to rethink its decision not to tell pregnant women about Panderix (also called Prepandrix) and mercury. The era of the expert patient is upon us. Doctors have to explain themselves, their products, their prescriptions. They cant really say the man in Whitehall knows best, you may feel a little prick. Id argue they do have a duty to tell an inquisitive patient whats in the mix. That patient may very well be nervous about mercury, perhaps noting that no-one in the UK government will actually say it is safe (they say theres no evidence of harm, a crucial difference, and officials are very careful not to go any further).

The use of mercury in medicine is a deeply controversial subject, and one that may divide CoffeeHousers too. In recent years, there have been several studies into thimerosal all of which have been unable to find evidence of harm. But the overall guidance from most Western governments is quite simple: if you can avoid mercury, do so. The NHS has two swine flu vaccines. It should give everyone, especially pregnant women, the choice of staying mercury free.

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</td></tr></table>Panderix, contains thimerosal - Celvapan, is mercury-free - Anonymous on Aug 18, 10:22 AMA third of nurses will refuse to have the swine flu jab - Anonymous on Aug 18, 11:18 AM Professor David Salisbury ...branded the Basil Fawlty of the Vaccines Industry - Prof linked to Trimedia PR and GSK et al on Aug 19, 4:08 PM And this Trimedia Public Relations guy is the DoH's Director of Immunisation - Prof linked to Trimedia PR and GSK et al on Aug 19, 4:21 PM
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August 26th, 2009, 2:21 pm #6

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"...1. NAME OF THE MEDICINAL PRODUCT
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Pandemrix suspension and emulsion for emulsion for injection.

Pandemic influenza vaccine (<strong>H5N1</strong>) (split virion, inactivated, adjuvanted)
<font face="TimesNewRomanPS-BoldMT" size="3"></font>
2. QUALITATIVE AND QUANTITATIVE COMPOSITION
<font face="TimesNewRomanPSMT" size="3"></font>
After mixing, 1 dose (0.5 ml) contains:

Split influenza virus, inactivated, containing antigen<font face="TimesNewRomanPSMT" size="1">* </font><font face="TimesNewRomanPSMT" size="3">equivalent to:</font>

<strong>A/VietNam/1194/2004 (H5N1) like strain used (NIBRG-14) 3.75 micrograms</strong><font face="TimesNewRomanPSMT" size="1">**</font>

* <font face="TimesNewRomanPSMT" size="3">propagated in <strong>eggs</strong></font>
<font face="TimesNewRomanPSMT" size="1"></font>
** <font face="TimesNewRomanPSMT" size="3">haemagglutinin</font>

This vaccine complies with the <strong>WHO recommendation </strong>and EU decision for the pandemic.

AS03 adjuvant composed of <strong>squalene</strong> (10.69 milligrams), <strong>DL-</strong><font face="SymbolMT" size="3"><strong>á</strong></font><font face="TimesNewRomanPSMT" size="3"><strong>-tocopherol </strong>(11.86 milligrams) and <strong>polysorbate 80 </strong>(4.86 milligrams)</font>

The suspension and emulsion vials once mixed form a multidose container. See section 6.5 for the

number of doses per vial.

Excipients: It contains <strong>5 micrograms thiomersal..."</strong>

http://www.emea.europa.eu/humandocs/PDF ... h832en.pdf
A post dated<strong> June 2007 </strong>shows Panderix<strong>...</strong>Vietnam/1203<strong>.  </strong>Article (higher up in this thread) in Aug 2009 shows<strong> PandeMrix  using</strong>....VietNam/2004

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</strong>http://www.curevents.com/vb/showthread. ... ge=6&pp=40

"trying to keep track with the vaccines...
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<strong>Glaxo,"Panderix", prepandemic, 3.75microgram, 80%conversion, phase 3?, Alu-adjuvant, approved in EU, Vietnam/1203
</strong>Glaxo,"Daronrix",15microgram,
Novartis,"Focetria",mock-up,2(3weeks)*7.5microgram,86%,MF59-adjuvant,EU-approved,cell-based ("Opta Flu")
Baxter,7.5microgram,76%(42days),phase 3,Vietnam/1203,no adjuvant,cell-based("vero cell")  12weeks production time
Sanofi,90microgram,45%,no adjuvant,FDA-approved
Novavax,1.June2007,40microgram?,phase1?,
Sinovac,9.May2007,"panflu",whole virus,inactivated,Alum,phase2
Sinovac,9.May2007,"panflu",split virus,phase1-2
Prof.Kida,Hokkaido,H5N2
Prof.Kida,Hokkaido,H7N1
Brazil,March 8,
CSL,30.Jan2007,6months production time for 20million doses,IDN-strain,2(3weeks)*30microgram,"strong immune response",
CSL,30.Jan2007,6months production time for 20million doses,VNM-strain,2(3weeks)*30microgram,"strong immune response",
Protein Sciences,"FluBlok",
U of Pittsburgh adenovirus expressed DNA vaccine
Vical..."

The St Johns Health Centre (translated into English) message of August 2009 HERE:<span> says:  </span>

<span>"<strong>Panderix</strong> is a <strong>further development </strong>of the prototype vaccine <em><strong>Pandemrix</strong>.</em> Pandemrix originally developed against bird flu, H5N1, and has already been tested on 8000 people.</span>

<span></span><span> This post was posted on Monday, August 10th, 2009 at 17:46 in [color=#0066cc" size="3]medical news.[/color]</span> ..."

Why are both using the <strong>BIRD</strong> (H5N1) flu strain Vietnam?  What has bird flu got to do with the 'novel' swine flu (or novel H1N1 because it isn't actually swine flu) virus? 

http://www.health.state.ny.us/diseases/ ... prevention
"...Is novel H1N1 influenza the same as seasonal flu?
No. Seasonal flu is a contagious respiratory illness caused by different flu viruses than novel H1N1 influenza. Seasonal flu occurs every year, most often during the winter and early spring. Seasonal flu most severely affects people 65 years and older, while novel H1N1 influenza is currently being seen in children and young adults between the ages of 5 and 24 years old. In addition, a new vaccine is available every year to help prevent seasonal flu. Currently there is <strong>no vaccine against novel H1N1 </strong>influenza, although work is being done to create one. More information on seasonal flu and the seasonal flu vaccine.
Is novel H1N1 influenza the same as the bird flu (avian flu) that has been in the news in recent years?
No. Even though novel H1N1 influenza contains avian (bird) genes, it is<strong> not </strong>the same. There are many different types of influenza viruses. The bird flu virus that has been watched closely is categorized as influenza A (H5N1), and is transmitted primarily among birds. Bird flu (avian flu) has not been found in the United States..."

 

It kinda looks like the vaccine GSK have made for this H1N2 flu is ...VERY closely related to the one they made for bird flu (H5N1) and ended up in unused stockpiles as the bird flu 'pandemic' died a death....... 

If only we could get some honesty out of anyone involved in promoting the vaccine - or the 'pandemics'.
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August 26th, 2009, 2:35 pm #7


http://www.cdc.gov/h1n1flu/background.htm
<a></a>A Virus Emerges
Novel influenza A (H1N1) <strong>is a new flu virus of swine origin </strong>that first caused illness in Mexico and the United States in March and April, 2009. Its thought that novel influenza A (H1N1) flu spreads in the same way that regular seasonal influenza viruses spread, mainly through the coughs and sneezes of people who are sick with the virus, but it may also be spread by touching infected objects and then touching your nose or mouth. Novel H1N1 infection has been reported to cause a wide range of flu-like symptoms, including fever, cough, sore throat, body aches, headache, chills and fatigue. In addition, many people also have reported nausea, vomiting and/or diarrhea....

 

http://www.health.state.ny.us/diseases/ ... prevention
Is novel H1N1 influenza the same as swine flu?
No. Swine flu is a respiratory disease of pigs caused by a <strong>different </strong>influenza virus. Outbreaks of swine flu happen regularly in pigs. People do not normally get swine flu, but human infections can and do happen. Most commonly, human cases of swine flu happen in people who are around pigs but it's possible for swine flu viruses to spread from person to person....
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August 26th, 2009, 2:54 pm #8


If the CDC and Department of Health can't agree, then it means they don't know - one says its the swine flu, another says its a different virus and not the swine flu. If the experts advising those towers of disease knowledge differ in their 'science' then there is absolutely no hope that anyone knows enough about this particular bout of flu to devise a vaccine that will go anywhere near preventing it. 
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http://www.cdc.gov/h1n1flu/background.htm
<a></a>A Virus Emerges
... <strong>Its thought that novel influenza A (H1N1) flu spreads in the same way that regular seasonal influenza viruses spread</strong>, mainly through the coughs and sneezes of people who are sick with the virus, but it <strong><em>may</em></strong> also be spread by touching infected objects and then touching your nose or mouth...
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So no need for all the propaganda and panic, disruption and fear spreading?  Perhaps there's no need at all for vaccines based on a bird flu pandemic non-event, or for antivirals also created and stockpiled in readiness for that promised earth-changing event?

 
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August 26th, 2009, 3:51 pm #9

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"...1. NAME OF THE MEDICINAL PRODUCT
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Pandemrix suspension and emulsion for emulsion for injection.

Pandemic influenza vaccine (<strong>H5N1</strong>) (split virion, inactivated, adjuvanted)
<font face="TimesNewRomanPS-BoldMT" size="3"></font>
2. QUALITATIVE AND QUANTITATIVE COMPOSITION
<font face="TimesNewRomanPSMT" size="3"></font>
After mixing, 1 dose (0.5 ml) contains:

Split influenza virus, inactivated, containing antigen<font face="TimesNewRomanPSMT" size="1">* </font><font face="TimesNewRomanPSMT" size="3">equivalent to:</font>

<strong>A/VietNam/1194/2004 (H5N1) like strain used (NIBRG-14) 3.75 micrograms</strong><font face="TimesNewRomanPSMT" size="1">**</font>

* <font face="TimesNewRomanPSMT" size="3">propagated in <strong>eggs</strong></font>
<font face="TimesNewRomanPSMT" size="1"></font>
** <font face="TimesNewRomanPSMT" size="3">haemagglutinin</font>

This vaccine complies with the <strong>WHO recommendation </strong>and EU decision for the pandemic.

AS03 adjuvant composed of <strong>squalene</strong> (10.69 milligrams), <strong>DL-</strong><font face="SymbolMT" size="3"><strong>á</strong></font><font face="TimesNewRomanPSMT" size="3"><strong>-tocopherol </strong>(11.86 milligrams) and <strong>polysorbate 80 </strong>(4.86 milligrams)</font>

The suspension and emulsion vials once mixed form a multidose container. See section 6.5 for the

number of doses per vial.

Excipients: It contains <strong>5 micrograms thiomersal..."</strong>

http://www.emea.europa.eu/humandocs/PDF ... h832en.pdf
Government bull, vaccine makers bull, European Medicines bull, WHO bull.

Bull that should come to the same end as the rest of this decade's pandemic propaganda. 

Bull's condition - not doing too well.

Currently:

<img alt="bull.jpg" src="http://www.network54.com/Realm/peageepics/bull.jpg"> 

Prognosis:

<img height="371" alt="bulldead.jpg" src="http://www.network54.com/Realm/peageepics/bulldead.jpg" width="509">

 
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