Saturday, 18 July 2009

Be very cautious about swine flu vaccinations

The first doses of swine flu vaccine will be given to the public before full data on its safety and effectiveness become available, doctors confirmed yesterday.

The aim is to provide maximum protection against the pandemic in the shortest possible time.

But, unlike seasonal flu vaccine, the pandemic version will be spread over two doses in a higher quantity, and one brand is expected to contain a chemical additive to make it go further, potentially increasing the risk of side-effects.

And you can’t research side-effects because it hasn’t been tested, not until they give it to you and your children that is.

Don’t be a stupid piggy and look up what happened the last time the government pushed a swine flu vaccine on the population.

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