its hands: Its Monroe County plant discovered tiny pieces of glass in batches of a vaccine intended for babies.The glass was first detected in April 2013 in samples of a vaccine that had already been distributed to customers and which would not expire until September 2014.
Sanofi sent the samples to an outside laboratory for analysis. The lab found evidence of delamination — which occurs when vaccine vials shed flakes of glass called lamellae.
The health risks posed to any individual by vaccine vial delamination are widely believed to be minuscule. None has been documented.
Nonetheless, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration has warned that lamellae could cause serious health problems such as an adverse immune system reaction. When confronted with glass contamination, medical manufacturers have erred on the side of caution, alerting the public and issuing sweeping product recalls.
In at least one case, a manufacturer in 2013 recalled a vaccine with a glass contamination rate that was much lower than the rate Sanofi found in its Haemophilus b conjugate vaccine, or ActHIB.
READ MORE HERE: http://icitizennews.net/no-recall-for-glass-found-in-vaccines-made-in-monroe-county-the-morning-call/
Pharma Giant’s Vaccines Had Glass In Them, But They Refuse Recall
(Editor’s note: Companies owned by multi-billion pharma giant Sanofi, have paid huge criminal fines in the past (feel free to look it up in the mainstream media) so the fact that professors and medical doctors think this is horrific, too does not surprise us!) Sanofi Pasteur, one the world’s leading vaccine makers (No. 2 among vaccine...
READ MORE HERE: http://www.healthnutnews.com/pharma-giants-vaccines-glass-refuse-recall/
gin a synchronized switch to a new type of polio vaccine, while simultaneously destroying the older versions. Planned by the Global Polio Eradication Initiative and the World Health Organization, the switch is set to begin April 17 in over 150 countries, according to the New York Times.
The new bivalent oral vaccine will replace the existing trivalent vaccine and will no longer immunize people against type 2 polio, which was eradicated in 1999. With the removal of the type 2 component, the new vaccine will have a lower risk of side effects and boost immunity against types 1 and 3.
Polio is almost eradicated. In 1988, there were 350,000 cases, compared with only 74 cases in 2015. All of the cases last year were in Afghanistan and Pakistan.
The switch will necessitate moving hundreds of millions of doses of new vaccines to refrigerated warehouses, while old vaccines are systematically destroyed. Acceptable methods for destroying vaccines include incineration, boiling, autoclaving, bleaching or burying in concrete-sealed containers.
Trivalent polio vaccines are no longer necessary with the eradication of type 2 polio and are in fact problematic because of their contribution to a phenomenon known as vaccine-associated paralytic polio (VAPP), and the related circulated vaccine-derived poliovirus (cVDPV).
Within the last 10 years, there have been 725 cases of VAPP and 90% of those cases were caused by mutated type 2 poliovirus originating from the attenuated strain in the vaccine. With type 2 polio no longer an infectious threat, the inclusion of this component poses an additional risk.
READ MORE HERE: http://www.biopharmadive.com/news/with-polio-near-eradication-global-switch-to-a-new-vaccine-set-to-begin/417230/…
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