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The FDA Shuts Down Common Infant Vaccine After Finding Pig Virus In it!!

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posted on Apr, 20 2010 @ 10:29 AM
The virus has been present from the very beginning.

While it can be said the clinical trials so far showed some safety, it also means that pharmaceutical companies doesn't always do rigorous testing.

If it escaped detection from the beginning, what to think about it?

From reference 4 of your NVIC article, read what FDA wrote.

In summary, Rotarix was contaminated from day 1, and this means all Rotarix vaccines produced are affected.

Detection of DNA from PCV1 in Rotarix

Has DNA from PCV1 been found in other lots of Rotarix?

In its follow-up assessments, GlaxoSmithKline detected the presence of DNA from PCV1 in the working cell bank and viral “seed” used to produce Rotarix, confirming that the material has been present since the early stages of product development, including during clinical studies.

posted on Apr, 20 2010 @ 01:31 PM
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Shocking indeed.

Wonder what they would find if they tested all other Vaccines rigourously? This is not good.

These vaccines should be tested in every way possible before the people get the thing!!!!

posted on Apr, 22 2010 @ 04:12 PM
CIDRAP >> WHO advisors stay course on H1N1 vaccine, Rotarix

The GACVS viewed that the Rotarix vaccine's benefits far outweighed any known risk, and SAGE recommended that its use continue. "Given the absence of any known risk, SAGE strongly recommends the continued use of Rotarix for immunization programs, in particular in those parts of the world with under-5 mortality associated with rotaviruses," the group wrote.

Apr 21 WHO SAGE interim report

FDANEWS - GSK: Trypsin May Be Rotarix Contaminant, FDA to Convene Advisory Panel

Does the fact that the DNA is of porcine origin make it unclean to those of Islamic faith? That seems to be the most interesting part so far.

The scrutiny on Rotarix caused recommendations for the RotaTeq vaccine, which has its own liability issues over an intestinal folding adverse reaction.

Parker-Waichman-Alonso LLP- Infant Vaccine RotaTeq Linked to Intestinal Problems

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