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No one knows whether it was the virus or the vaccine that caused this.‘The purpose of the survey is for us to assess rapidly whether there is an increase in the frequency of GBS when the vaccine is released in the UK.

I’d question why we need a vaccine at all.’Professor Miller at the HPA said: ‘This monitoring system activates pandemic plans that have been in place for a number of years.

We need a vaccine but we also need to know about potential risks.‘Our job is to make sure that the public knows what’s going on. It’s also very worrying if GPs, who will be administering the vaccine, aren’t being warned.’Two letters were posted together to neurologists advising them of the concerns.

The first, dated July 29, was written by Professor Elizabeth Miller, head of the HPA’s Immunisation Department.

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.

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