In my opinion this article is playing a little game with the facts, facts are in there but not presented in a clear way. Yes, the 1976 vaccine did cause about some cases of GB(Guillian-Barre). Remember millions of people were vaccinated. So far NO one has gotten GB from this H1N1 vaccine because trials are just starting. After the 1918 pandemic there were across the USA and the world hundreds of thousands of secondary neurological diseases, GB and Parkinsons being the two most prominent. Now days awareness of the connection between swine flu H1N1 and neurological disease has faded but this fact a well know fact as recently as 1960s. I was taught the connection between swine flu and neuro problems(which they called the Spanish Flu back then) in 1966 in nursing school and my text book had pictures of people with sever neuro problems post Spanish flu. Another thing they found out over the years, I was taught this in school in the 60s also, was that people who seemed to recover completely from the Spanish flu in 1918 were much more likely to come down with Parkinson 20, 30, 40 years later. So if you want to avoid the vaccine to avoid the 1 in anywhere from 100,000 to 1 in a million chance of getting a case of GB fine with me. At the same time you must know that you are taking the chance of getting H1N1 swine which also causes multiple serious complications, sever lung conditions, encephalitis and other organ failures in addition there is a chance it will produce GB AND it can cause Parkinsons later in life. The rate of about complications from H1N1 is now for sure yet but it looks like it is about 3 in 100, it is your body and your call. PS They interviewed a woman who had had GB, if you read the article it makes it very clear that her GB was one of the thousands of cases of GB that occur in people spontaneously after they have a virus throughout the world every year. Her case was not connected to a vaccine that I could see. GB mostly affects women and it is thought to be a genetic immune system response to a viral infection, it is not know how a viral vaccine produces the condition but there is no doubt it has done so. My guess, and this is my guess, is that if the vaccine gives you GB the virus would have had a good chance of doing it also. Remember, a large number of people who get GB recovery completely, it can in a small number of cases cause residual nervous sytemn problem. I have worked with several nurses that had GB and recoverd completely.