US Pediatric Influenza Deaths Spike Higher
We are forever being force-fed propaganda that vaccines saved lives and if you don’t rush out to get them every flu season you are a moron or you don’t love your children. Now we are seeing a recent spike in pediatric influenza deaths that resemble the 2009 deaths. The information below indicates it stems from the increase in H1N1 activity causing medicine shortages for that strain. It appears that this year’s vaccines and medicine didn’t accommodate the increasing cases of H1N1. It suggests that if the vaccine target doesn’t change, there will be many more unnecessary pediatric deaths next season. While that’s a great point, herein lies the crux of the problem; how can preemptive vaccines and medicine be made for ever-morphing and new, developing strains? ~Health Freedoms
US Pediatric Influenza Deaths Spike Higher In Week 8 Report
Recombinomics Commentary 14:40
March 4, 2011
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The above numbers and locations represent the pediatric influenza deaths reported in week 8 as indicated in today’s MMWR. The 14 deaths represent a dramatic jump from the 6 deaths reported last week, and likely reflect the increases in H1N1 activity in multiple states. The pediatric deaths are a trailing indicator and the above deaths were likely from prior weeks, as seen in last week’s graph below. It is likely that the 15 deaths listed for week 5 will increase and represent the highest number of weekly cases since the spike increases in the fall of 2009.
Later today the CDC report will be released detailing the distribution of the newly reported cases as well as detail on the number of cases linked to H1N1. These increases highlight the immunological escape of the H1N1 circulating in the US, which is dominated by the sub-clade with S188T. These increased levels have also created shortages in liquid Tamiflu, recommended for children.
Thus, the decline in H3N2 and influenza B, coupled with the increase in H1N1, will likely lead to additional weekly reports with high levels of pediatric deaths, which are under-represented because of a lack of testing coupled with a lack of sensitivity for H1N1 cases.
The failure to change the vaccine target for next season will once again create unnecessary pediatric deaths in the US and worldwide next season.
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