Swine flu vaccine claimants to be offered ‘gold medical card’
Some 100 claimants, who say they developed narcolepsy after taking Pandemrix, are to be offered similar reimbursement
The children and adults who claim they developed narcolepsy after receiving a swine flu vaccine a decade ago, will all be offered the same terms of settlement by the state, the Business Post has learned.
The state was facing some 100 individual cases of people suing them and GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) the maker of the vaccine, for damages.
GSK was previously given indemnity by the state concerning any adverse reactions to its Pandemrix vaccine, which...
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