Sidebar: A 41-year-old woman in her 38th week of pregnancy underwent emergency surgery to have her dead unborn baby removed Thursday, seven days after she was vaccinated against influenza A(H1N1).
It was Taiwan’s first case of miscarriage suspected to have resulted from the immunization.
Some experts, however, said after an emergency meeting convened by the Central Epidemics Command Center (CECC) to discuss the incident that there was insufficient information to determine that the vaccine against the novel flu strain was the culprit and that an investigation had been launched.
LOL, sorry not funny, but what they say, I mean, why not say the baby died of a rare hiccups in the mothers womb, because she likely drank too much or not enough water, heck you’d believe such crap right.
OH MAKES me MAD.
But had it been swine flu, tick the swine flu box, mothers loses baby due to swine flu, but after vaccine and it’s:
‘ insufficient information to determine that the vaccine against the novel flu strain was the culprit.’
No just another coincidence, yet pop on the net, do a search and come across my site or others like mine and see the evidence and news from around the world and suddenly one might think, wow, maybe it more than likely to be the vaccine, question is now though, do we say that.