Drugmaker Recalls Nearly 5 Million Doses of H1N1 Flu Vaccine

Posted: 12/24/2009 by Lynn Dartez in 2011

Tuesday, December 22, 2009 AP
WASHINGTON –  Drugmaker MedImmune is recalling nearly 5 million doses of H1N1 flu vaccine because the nasal spray appears to lose strength over time, federal health officials announced Tuesday.
The vaccine recall is the second this month caused by declining potency and comes as public health officials urge millions of Americans to get vaccinated against swine flu.
A new Harvard poll released Tuesday finds that concern about H1N1 flu has waned along with the number of new cases being reported.
Only 40 percent of people now say they are concerned that they or a family member will get sick from swine flu during the next year. That’s down from an earlier poll in September, when 52 percent said they were worried about swine flu.

Now It Is Time To Recall Them All

800,000 recalled last week 5,000,000 recalled this week. Now it is time to recall them all. The American Public has spoken. Over 90% said they would not get the dangerous and ineffective swine flu vaccine.

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Comments
  1. Longknife 21 says:

    Another media-driven panic. Also we have heard of hospitals claiming deaths due to swineflu when that was not the problem when the patient was admitted. (?) Duh? Don’t go to the hospital, they kill people there. New ObamaCare Rule 101.(??)

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