Swine Flu Fears Worse Than Virus

In the year since the first human case of H1N1 influenza was diagnosed in Mexico, public health efforts worldwide focusing on a vaccination campaign have increasingly come under question. "The H1N1 outbreak was fairly small," said Philip Alcabes, who holds a PhD in infectious-disease epidemiology from Johns Hopkins as well as masters degrees in biochemistry and public health and professorships at Yale University and City University of New York. There was tremendous overreaction to the threat posed by H1N1, which Alcabes said "ended up kind of the goose that laid the golden egg for the vaccine manufacturers and pharmaceutical companies." Alcabes insisted that swine flu fizzled before the vaccine was produced and consequently mass immunizations were not necessary.

CBC News

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