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Study urges H2N2 vaccination drive


Anonymous | 18-Mar-2011 6:13 pm you haven't stated any comment regarding the article, I would be interested to know your views based on a rational argument. My views are very sceptical, whether we as 'the public' (once you become a patient that is what you become, health professional or otherwise - we are not immune) are subject to treatment/prevention' or 'risk taking'? If a 'safe vaccine' existed in the 50's, where has it been? My 'guess' is that further research has unearthed more sceptism. We are getting deeper and deeper into pharma,, money, money..

Posted date

19 March, 2011

Posted time

0:14 am