Updates and Prediction on Swine Flu Immunization Schedule

Even though the panic over H1N1 is at a fever pitch, and the immunization is ready, it would be safe to say that by the summer of 2010 the swine flu issue will have already faded to vaccine memorabilia. Policymakers have discerned that this kind of illusion has a finite shelf life, mainly because of the constant decline of the attention span of the country’s population.

Take a moment to think about the commotion that has taken place in recent years because of the Avian flu, SARS, anthrax, and smallpox. The urgency lasts long enough for the vaccine and drug funds to be allocated and the immunization schedule set up. Once immunization of the public has begun the flames start to die down because it takes a great deal of effort and money for a media campaign for a disease that never existed.

If people were to be paying moderate attention to the emergencies that appear on a regular basis they would become desensitized to the urgency of these situations. They forget that we all survived the last scare and will very likely survive the current one as well.

LICENSED and UNTESTED. This is where the clear and present danger lies in the current swine flu vaccine program and immunization schedule. The swine flu vaccine is being presented for dissemination among the public and beginning with children. Five of the manufacturers started doing their clinical trials in August of 2009. None of these vaccines are expected to be completed before next spring. This is a shocking lesson on the politics of vaccines. How could the FDA approve the untested H1N1 immunization just one month after testing began, on September 15, 2009?

The exact same sequence of events led to the swine flu fiasco that took place in 1976. 50 million received the immunization with the untested vaccine. This vaccine was responsible for 21 deaths and 565 paralyzed before being withdrawn just ten weeks later. Another vaccine was never added to the immunization schedule for swine flu. Why wasn’t another vaccine released? If the threat of swine flu was urgent enough to start vaccinating the public before testing was complete, what happened to the huge threat? Why was the toxic vaccine withdrawn and not replaced with one that had been researched and tested?

It’s becoming incredibly clear that the natural selection will be in favor the lines of the parents who are willing take extra precautions to protect the immunity of their children. Who else will come forward? The FDA, who doesn’t do any testing before making a decision regarding the immunization schedule, but relies completely on the research that the vaccine manufacturers have submitted to them; the same companies that stand to make billions if the vaccine is approved?

Will it be the manufacturers of these vaccines, the ones who’ve been given 100% immunity from any liability if deaths or injuries occur? Will it be the HHS, CDC, or the NIH? These organizations have political connections to the manufacturer of the vaccine and want to me sure the immunization is given to the public.

This is exactly what causes urgency, the hyperbole and misdirection. They realize that they won’t have time to fully test a vaccine because this takes about a year. By the time they have fully tested a vaccine, the imaginary disease will have disappeared, without hope of resurrection. Immunization is a here and now market. If a vaccine isn’t quickly added to the recommended immunization schedule, the media, regulators, manufacturers, and clinics won’t receive their reward.

Swine flu immunization is highly recommended to be done through your family doctor. Ask doctor about the immunization schedule, which may happen summer of 2010.

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