Saturday, January 2, 2010

Now, even Harvard says Swine Flu overblown

A new analysis, using H1N1 deaths in the United States in the spring and projecting likely outcomes for this fall, shows that a typical -- or possibly even a milder flu season than average -- should have been expected. 

The new study, done by researchers at Harvard University and the Medical Research Council Biostatistics Unit in the U.K., says swine flu cases in the spring indicated a flu season that might be, at worst, slightly worse than normal. 

This news coming hot on the heels of-

 British and French media began saying the H1N1 pandemic has been "hyped" by medical researchers to further their own cause, boost research grants and line the pockets of drug companies. 


Ontario health officials have also declared H1N1 a “dud” pandemic, stating the huge government investment made so far may have been unjustified.

I recall posting an article, which a doctor in Canada said that early swine flu cases indicated a mild strain.

Sadly, this endless "cry wolf" from WHO and CDC, Health Canada and the likes could have disasterous results.
It would perhaps be best to stop the agenda of promoting vaccines and unreliable meds as a way of helping ensure or increase profits for the pharmaceutical industry.

2 comments:

  1. Oh for sure not you say. Am I now to understand that this was all Hmmmm whats the word again?Oh yeah BULLSHIT? Oh my goodness I'm all awash with angst, chagrin even.

    Say it ain't so Penn Please say it ain't so.

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  2. Sorry silv, you are going to have to let go of the dream of ringing the bell and pushing the wheelbarrow.

    But as an aside the H1N1 clinics are open tomorrow, after the holiday season!

    It's not to late to go and get your untested vaccine.

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