Sunday, February 3, 2013

Australia Bans Flu Vaccine – Child In Coma – Many Hospitalised




Australia Bans Flu Vaccine – Child In Coma – Many Hospitalised

Child Health Safety,   3 February  2013

Another year.  Another flu vaccine. Another national vaccine ban as Australian children become seriously ill after the flu vaccine.  And like governments around the world, including yours, in Australia if your child gets sick after a vaccine, you are on your own as CHS previously reported: Australian Government Dumps On Sick Kids Injured by ‘Flu Vaccine

Vaccinations for children under five have been suspended in Australia.  Many children have been hospitalised with febrile convulsions within hours of the shot.  Febrile convulsions are fits associated with a high temperature.  A baby just one year old is still in a coma in a Perth hospital.  Other reactions to the vaccine have been fevers and vomiting.

Western Australia News reports: Flu vaccination ban goes national after fever, convulsions in children April 23, 2010 Chris Thomson.  We have been here before: “Don’t give children flu jab” says chief medical officer

Barely weeks ago CHS reported on bans in the EU and in the UK for other flu vaccines:
And this is for a vaccine even the experts say is ineffective: New Study – Flu Vaccine Doesn’t Work. There have been numerous studies which CHS has reported previously numerous times – see links below or CHS Site Map for other reports].

But government health officials under the influence of the drug industry insist on wasting billions of their taxpayers’ funds on these campaigns which threaten the lives and health of their nation’s children.  Health officials in the USA and the UK have been found to falsify statistics to issue grossly exaggerated claims of widespread deaths from flu when that is not true:
And we have been here before – this is from 2010:
Australia’s chief medical officer Jim Bishop today said health professionals should immediately stop immunising children under five years old with the flu vaccine.  Professor Bishop is concerned about a spike in the number of West Australian youngsters experiencing fever and convulsions after getting the shot: “Don’t give children flu jab: chief medical officer“  Syndey Morning Herald April 23, 2010.

This is a precautionary measure while the matter is being urgently investigated by health experts and the Therapeutic Goods Administration,” he said.
Previous CHS reports on the Flu vaccine:


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1 comment:

ehealth city said...

I think it should be, because every child has different body and capacity due to vaccine they may get allergy or other infections. Thanks for sharing. Convulsions in children