Does the Vaccine Matter?

28 Oct 2009 Does the Vaccine Matter?

ARPA Note: Medicine isn’t our expertise so we have to rely on the findings of others to help inform us about the Swine Flu Vaccine hysteria. For another article that challenges most of the claims about the vaccine that we hear from the mainstream media, click here.

By Shannon Brownlee and Jeanne Lenzer, The Atlantic, November 2009:  Why then has the federal government stockpiled millions of doses of antivirals, at a cost of several billion dollars? And why are physicians being encouraged to hand out prescriptions to large numbers of people, without sound evidence that the drugs will help? The short answer may be that public-health officials feel they must offer something, and these drugs are the only possible remedies at hand. [Read the entire report from the Atlantic by clicking here.]


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