Shortly after government health officials openly admitted the link between the H1N1 vaccine and deadly Guillain-Barre Syndrome, it was found that the H1N1 vaccine can also lead to narcolepsy. The World Health Organization (WHO) reported in Feburary of 2010 that 12 countries had been reporting on a suspected relationship between the development of narcolepsy and the H1N1 vaccine. The H1N1 vaccine is currently embedded into the traditional seasonal flu shot, which the WHO continues to recommend despite a number of organizations and health experts speaking out against its safety.
Neurologists around the world were even warned about the safety of the vaccine by Professor Elizabeth Miller, head of the immunization department for UK’s Health Protection Agency.
“The vaccines used to combat an expected swine influenza pandemic in 1976 were shown to be associated with GBS and were withdrawn from use,” she wrote in a letter to neurologists.
Even The Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) issued a warning over the link following a report that 50% of doctors were refusing the swine flu vaccine over health concerns.