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President Ford receives Swine Flu Vaccine 1976

1976 Swine Flu Vaccine Program

 Photograph: US President Gerald Ford receives Swine Flu Vaccine 1976

Mike Wallace's report on 1976 US Swine Flu Vaccine Program
From 60 Minutes broadcast on 4th November 1979

1976:
After the death of a US soldier diagnosed with swine flu, the American government launched a campaign to “inoculate every man, woman and child in the United States”. Media and officials cited fears of a repeat of the influenza pandemic of 1918, which killed millions of people worldwide, and 46 million Americans obediently took the swine flu vaccine. 4,000 suffered side-effects, leading to claims of $3.5 billion dollars in damages against the US government

The swine flu never developed into the global pandemic that health experts predicted, and vaccinations were halted two months after they began following reports that 500 people who received the vaccine developed a paralyzing nerve disease: Guillain-Barré Syndrome. 300 of those victims later died from damages allegedly caused by the swine flu vaccine

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