Vaccine likely caused child narcolepsy

Sky News
February 5, 2011

A preliminary study by Finland’s National Institute for Health and Welfare shows children injected with the Pandemrix swine flu vaccine are nine times more likely to contract narcolepsy than those who were not vaccinated.

The institute says currently the most likely explanation is that the increase in narcolepsy is by joint effect of the vaccine and some other factors.

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