A report published by the National Coalition of Organized Women (NCOW) argues that perhaps 3,587 miscarriages and stillbirths are linked to the swine flu vaccine.
The report presented data from two different sources to demonstrate that the 2009/10 H1N1 vaccines contributed to an estimated 1,588 miscarriages and stillbirths. A corrected estimate may be as high as 3,587 cases, according to NCOW. NCOW also highlights the disturbing fact that the Center for Disease Control (CDC) failed to inform their vaccine providers of the incoming data of the reports of suspected H1N1 vaccine related fetal demise.
Using the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS), NCOW collected the data from pregnant women (age 17-45 years) that occurred after they were administered a 2009 A-H1N1 flu vaccine. It is estimated that nearly half of all pregnant women were vaccinated with H1N1 or combined influenza vaccination in 2009 and 2010. The VAERS data from NCOW indicates a sharp rise in the rate of miscarriage attributed to vaccination during the same period.
Eileen Dannemann, Director of NCOW, presented the findings for the second time to Dr. Marie McCormick, chair of the Vaccine Risk and Assessment Working Group, during the Advisory Commission on Childhood Vaccines (ACCV) meeting, Sept 3, 2010. Just prior to Ms. Dannemann’s presentation Dr. McCormick, had pronounced that there were absolutely no H1N1 vaccine-related adverse events in pregnant women in 2009/10, directly contradicting the evidence publicly available. “This baseless and fallacious assessment by the CDC assessment group” says, Dannemann, “has given the green light to the CDC’s Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) to continue their recommendation to give the 2010/11 flu shot to all people, including pregnant women. This upcoming 2010/11 flu vaccine contains the same elements that are implicated in the killing of these fetuses, the H1N1 viral component and the neurotoxin mercury (Thimerosal). Additionally, it contains 2 other viral strains- a 3 in 1 shot for all people”.