Baxter Admits Contaminating 72 Kilos Of Vaccine

In ALL ARTICLES on November 22, 2009 at 1:45 pm

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On TVN24 in Poland Baxter has admitted they contaminated 72 KG of vaccine material with the live bird flu virus.

As a result of handling this contaminated material in February, 36 people working for the labs Avir and BioTest had to be treated preventatively for the bird flu in hospitals in Austria and the Czech Republic, underlining that their health was threatened by the material in the opinion of medical experts.
Both Avir and BioTest have stated that the final purpose of the contaminated Baxter material was for use in regular seasonal flu vaccines, strongly suggesting the notion it would have been injected into people if it had not been detected by staff at BioTest.

The Times of India reported on March 6th that a global bird flu pandemic had nearly been triggerd by the Baxter material.


Because Baxter is obliged under EU rules to handle the bird flu virus using biosafety level 3 or 4 precautions in its ultra modern biomedical facilities in Austria, an accidental contamination can be virtually ruled out.  No evidence has been presented by Baxter to prove otherwise.

Biosafety level 3 regulations apply to any virus that can cause a serious disease in human beings. The bird flu, a lab engineered virus, has a mortality rate of over 60%. The gigantic amount of 72 kilos of vaccine material was contaminated in Orth an der Donau.

It is not clear why Baxter had the bird flu virus in its vaccine production facilities in Orth an der Donau in the first place.

WHO supplied the bird flu virus to Baxter. For what purpose?

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