Mike Adams: Swine flu vaccines have been linked to a 1700% increase in narcolepsy in children. That's the latest discovery about the neurological damage caused by FDA-approved vaccines.
A new scientific review published in the journal Public Library of Science confirmed that Pandemrix, a swine flu vaccine produced by GlaxoSmithKline, is responsible for causing an up to 1700% increase in narcolepsy among children and teens under 17 years of age.
In 2009, it was confirmed that narcolepsy is actually an autoimmune disorder characterized by missing brain cells that are responsible for producing hypocretin, a hormone that promotes wakefulness.
Based on those findings, which were published in the journal Nature Genetics, it appears as though Pandemrix may be responsible for actually spurring the immune system to destroy vital hormone-producing cells in young children.