Study: Vaccines prevented 300K influenza cases
MANSFIELD -- A new study says H1N1 vaccinations in Ohio prevented more than 300,000 cases of influenza and 64 deaths during the 2009 pandemic.
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#1 Apr 24, 2011
Crystal ball science. We did this, we did that. Science without proof. Claims that can't be substantiated.
#3 Jun 13, 2011
How many cases of paralysis (Guilaine Barre syndrome) did the study find? This paralysis can be temporary or permanent. What to risk paralysis? What does paralysis indicate? Neurological damage.
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