Tuesday, December 15th, 2009 | Author:

First there was a swine flu vaccine “shortage.”  Now there’s a surplus and they can’t give it away.

Then we had a batch of vaccine withdrawn in Canada because it cause anaphylactic shock.

Now another batch has been withdrawn, this time in the U.S., because the vaccine has lost strength.  Thing is, most of them have probably already been used.

If this series of events doesn’t convince you that they don’t know what they’re doing, then nothing will.

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  1. If you look at the pandemic of 1977, when H1N1 or Swine Flu re-emerged after a 20 year absence, there is no shift in age-related mortality pattern. The 1977 “pandemic” is, of course, not considered a true pandemic by experts today, for reasons that are not entierely consistent. It certainly was an antigenic shift and not an antigenic drift. As far as I have been able to follow the current events, the most significant factor seems to have been that most people, who were severely affected, were people with other medical conditions.

  2. akagaga says:

    Thanks for your input. I wonder if those other medical conditions were caused in part by earlier vaccines.