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In serious cases, patients need to be kept on a ventilator, but it can be fatal.Death is caused by paralysis of the respiratory system, causing the victim to suffocate.However, the swine influenza (H1N1) pandemic has overtaken us and we need every member’s involvement with a new BNSU survey of Guillain-Barre Syndrome that will start on August 1 and run for approximately nine months.‘Following the 1976 programme of vaccination against swine influenza in the US, a retrospective study found a possible eight-fold increase in the incidence of GBS.‘Active prospective ascertainment of every case of GBS in the UK is required.Please tell BNSU about every case.‘You will have seen Press coverage describing the Government’s concern about releasing a vaccine of unknown safety.’If there are signs of a rise in GBS after the vaccination programme begins, the Government could decide to halt it.The swine flu virus in the new vaccine is a slightly different strain from the 1976 virus, but the possibility of an increased incidence of GBS remains a concern.Shadow health spokesman Mike Penning said last night: ‘The last thing we want is secret letters handed around experts within the NHS.GBS attacks the lining of the nerves, leaving them unable to transmit signals to muscles effectively.
It refers to the use of a similar swine flu vaccine in the United States in 1976 when: Concerns have already been raised that the new vaccine has not been sufficiently tested and that the effects, especially on children, are unknown.
A warning that the new swine flu jab is linked to a deadly nerve disease has been sent by the Government to senior neurologists in a confidential letter.
The letter from the Health Protection Agency, the official body that oversees public health, has been leaked to The Mail on Sunday, leading to demands to know why the information has not been given to the public before the vaccination of millions of people, including children, begins.
It says: ‘The vaccines used to combat an expected swine influenza pandemic in 1976 were shown to be associated with GBS and were withdrawn from use.‘GBS has been identified as a condition needing enhanced surveillance when the swine flu vaccines are rolled out.‘Reporting every case of GBS irrespective of vaccination or disease history is essential for conducting robust epidemiological analyses capable of identifying whether there is an increased risk of GBS in defined time periods after vaccination, or after influenza itself, compared with the background risk.’The second letter, dated July 27, is from the Association of British Neurologists and is written by Dr Rustam Al-Shahi Salman, chair of its surveillance unit, and Professor Patrick Chinnery, chair of its clinical research committee.
It says: ‘Traditionally, the BNSU has monitored rare diseases for long periods of time.