Scientists Finally Admit H1N1 Vaccine Causes Increased Risk of Guillain-Barre Syndrome

1358163876168.cached[1]By: Ethan A. Huff

A new study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) admits that the vaccine widely administered for H1N1,  also known as “swine flu,” is linked to causing neurological damage in the form  of Guillain-Barre syndrome. The findings confirm several earlier studies in both  the U.S. and U.K. that also linked the H1N1 vaccine to severe neurological  damage.

Reuters Health reports that, for the new study, Philippe  De Wals of Laval University in Quebec City and his colleagues evaluated  rates of Guillain-Barre in Canadians during the six months following the initial  roll out of H1N1 in Quebec. Upon review, the team says it observed a definite  increase in Guillain-Barre cases associated with the vaccine.

For those  who are unaware of what Guillain-Barre actually is, the condition is marked by  an autoimmune reaction where the body’s immune system mistakenly attacks the  nervous system as if it is a foreign invader, which can cause severe nerve  inflammation, muscle weakness, paralysis, and even death. Guillain-Barre was  also widely observed following the mass vaccination campaigns for swine flu back  in 1976.

The Canadian study confirms what the U.K.’s Medicines and  Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) determined about the H1N1  vaccine back in 2010. The agency, which is akin to the U.S. Food and Drug  Administration (FDA) in the U.S., issued a public statement at that time  admitting that the H1N1 vaccine is linked to “a slightly elevated risk of GBS.”  (

The  U.K.’s Health Protection Agency (HPA) also reportedly sent a confidential  letter to roughly 600 senior neurologists back in 2009 warning them about the  H1N1 vaccine’s definitive link to Guillain-Barre. None of this important  information, which was clearly meant to remain a secret, was distributed for  public health purposes during that time. (

However, data gathered by  the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) following the  massive roll out of H1N1 vaccines in the U.S. back in 2009 also linked the jab  to Guillain-Barre. Though scientists and government authorities tried to  downplay the findings and make them appear as though the risk of Guillain-Barre  was inconsequential (,  the cat was out of the bag, as there was no denying that the H1N1 vaccine is  clearly linked to neurological damage.

Just ask 14-year-old Jordan  McFarland, a high school athlete from Alexandria, Virginia, who developed Guillain-Barre  syndrome just hours after getting his H1N1 jab. Jordan reportedly suffered  extreme weakness and inability to walk following the vaccine, and developed  severe headaches and muscle spasms. The young boy even had to use a walker for  several months in order to maintain some kind of mobility. (

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