German doctor accuses health ministry of "massive lies" concerning adjuvant squalene
In a report in the local newspaper, Allgemine Zeitung, Alzey, Rohr said that there had been "massive lies" on the part of the German government concerning the jab and the adjuvant squalene.
He said it was not true to say that the adjuvant was needed by the pharmaceutical industry because there was too little vaccine to go round.
"There is sufficient vaccine without adjuvants in the whole world," he said.
Rohr also said that about 30 per cent of the people who took the swine flu jab developed problems.
He said he had been treating one woman for three weeks for serious side effects after taking the jab.
"I am not exposing my patients to this risk, especially as patients who become sick with the swine flu can be treated easily if they go directly to their doctor."
He said only five or six of his fellow doctors had decided to give the swine flu jab.
From the Flu Case