$260M worth of H1N1 vaccines are going to waste

July 4, 2010 8:55pm CST
some of this doses will go unused and be destroyed because it has reached its expiration date.. it is about 40 million doses that are leftover from H1N1 scare... they should have donated it to other countries...
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@brew2x (3096)
• Philippines
3 Oct 11
I've read somewhere that H1N1 vaccines has thimerosal in it. The thimerosal controversy describes claims that vaccines containing the mercury-based preservative thimerosal contribute to the development of autism and other brain development disorders. Some claims it is not true and some says it is true. I have this vaccine when I was pregnant and I wish I can turn back time so I won't have it.
• India
23 Sep 10
Hello same situation here friend Lol we had this flu in some parts of my state orissa, my city was included, there were many deaths, govt was unable to control, shots were sold in black market, masks were sold for 50 rupees!! Later it was learnt that the vaccines were not used at all , due to some wrong policy of the government But all members in my family took homoeopathic preventive for 10days, luckily we are safe.. Thanks for sharing. Welcome always, cheers. Professor. .