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The Food and Drug Administration is warning healthcare professionals about the recent death of a pregnant woman who died after being administered a form of the influenza drug Relenza by an unapproved method. The woman, who lived outside the United States, was given Relenza Inhalation Powder that was made soluble and delivered via mechanical ventilation, a process that is called nebulization and not recommended for administering Relenza in powdered form, the FDA said.
Relenza, also known chemically as zanamivir, is made by GlaxoSmithKline and approved for treating adults and children with certain strains of the influenza virus. In April, the Food and Drug Administration approved the emergency use of Relenza and another flu drug, Tamiflu, to fight the spread of the H1N1 flu virus.
However, British researchers later said the use of Relenza and Tamiflu to treat H1N1 in children appears to have few benefits and substantial risks to young children younger than 12.
The woman, who lived outside the United States
Vaccine / adjuvant combination has never been properly tested
The vaccine / adjuvant combination being referred to as the "swine flu vaccine" has apparently never been safety tested or approved by the FDA. In fact, in many cases the vaccine is being sent to clinics, pharmacies and other health establishments separately from the adjuvant chemical, leaving it up to each local vaccine retailer to properly mix the vaccine with the adjuvant, according to information provided by Turner. With hundreds of millions of Americans potentially being targeted with this vaccine, the potential for improper mixing, improper dosages, and human error is alarming.
I'm calling my doctor Monday and see if he has the vaccine in yet. If so, I will go immediately to his office and get my Swine flu vaccine.
To date, the FDA has produced absolutely no scientific evidence documenting safety tests for any of these swine flu vaccines. There are no published studies, no records of any clinical trials, and no publicly-available paper trail demonstrating that any safety testing was done whatsoever. There is no researcher who has publicly put their name on the record declaring the vaccines to be safe, and no FDA official has ever stated that scientifically-valid safety testing has ever been conducted on the vaccine / adjuvant combinations now being distributed across America.