Aboriginals aren't more vulnerable to H1N1: study

Nov 14, 2010 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Vancouver Sun

A A A The H1N1 flu virus is pictured in this handout photograph taken on July 9, 2009 and released on July 13, 2009.

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Toronto, Canada

#1 Nov 15, 2010

Winnipeg, Canada

#2 Nov 19, 2010
Just an example of how vaccine pushers mislead the public and don't even know their own business, because they did not test the efficacy or safety of the H1N1 vaccine, under the pretense that the was no time to do so. Officials also took credit for the lack of H1N1 cases, claiming it was their quick response that was responsible. Truth is, the pandemic scare was irresponsible and most decisions were based on a wing and a prayer.

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