Sounds like this should be monitored but it could be an isolated case. Hopefully the medical arena will have an opinion.


Swine flu vaccine causes girl to fall asleep 30 times a day; vaccine pushers still claim ‘zero side effects’

Posted on January 9, 2014 by Boulderdash

by: Ethan A. Huff, staff writer

(NaturalNews) The family of a 15-year-old Australian girl is seeking answers after their daughter developed a severe sleeping disorder following vaccination with Pandemrix, the infamous \”swine flu\” shot pushed during the 2009 \”pandemic.\” Australia\’s News.com.au reports that Chloe Glasson now falls asleep suddenly and without warning as many as 30 times a day, regardless of what she is doing, the result of a narcoleptic condition that emerged almost immediately after she was jabbed.

One of at least 100 people to develop narcolepsy following vaccination with Pandemrix, young Chloe recently disappeared for several hours while on a short walk to her grandmother\’s house. She reportedly went into a state of \”dreamlike autopilot,\” during which time she wandered around aimlessly before eventually arriving home safely. But this was not before her frightened parents contacted authorities about their missing child.

\”[Our daughter\’s life] has been devastated after we followed government advice to have her immunized against the threat of swine flu,\” explained Chloe\’s mother, Rebecca, to News.com.au. \”She has gone from being a bright, outgoing girl to one who cannot go out on her own. She doesn\’t doze for more than a couple of hours at a time, but she can have disturbing dreams.\”

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