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Concern grows over North Carolina children and H1N1 virus

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Seven more people have died from the swine flu virus in the last week in North Carolina. A Topsail High School student died from complications of the disease earlier this month. The total number of H1N1 related deaths in the state since late September is now 45. The biggest concern is that more children have now died from H1N1 in North Carolina than normally die in an entire typical flu season. State epidemiologist Zack Moore, MD. said, “A pretty high percentage of kids who've died from pandemic flu have had other conditions such as asthma or neurological problems but not all. There are always a minority of kids who do die with flu without having anything like that identified.” The good news is more vaccines are on the way. The CDC said by mid-December there should be enough doses in the Tar Heel State for anyone who wants one.

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The diversion of a scared public.

So Dr. Moore could those problems like asthma or neurological problems come from previous vaccinations? You certainly can not disprove that. CDC never stops to amaze me whos interest they really serve? "There may be enough my mid-december" So the shortage possibility is still there, creating urgency? Isn't Dec. a little late anyway based on your scientific reasoning for a vaccine?? Are we creating these new type of virus's or are they just adapting? Vaccine IS NOT a answer. “Dr. Anthony Morris, a distinguished virologist and former Chief Vaccine Office at the U.S. Federal Drug Administration (FDA), states that “There is no evidence that any influenza vaccine thus far developed is effective in preventing or mitigating any attack of influenza” and that “The producers of these vaccines know they are worthless, but they go on selling them anyway.” As of August 30, 2009, the CDC ceased testing and counting actual H1N1 virus infections. As of that date, any and all cases or deaths of people exhibiting “flu like symptoms” are automatically tallied as an “H1N1 case,” artificially driving up the perceived threat. The CDC’s public explanation is that they are convinced a pandemic is underway and, therefore, accurate monitoring is unnecessary because it’s so widespread, world-wide. However, as I’ll show you in just a moment, this is simply not true! Yes, the H1N1 virus has appeared world-wide, but it is not the CAUSE of most flu like illness and death. In fact, the H1N1 virus is a tiny player, causing very little trouble, FACT!

This all seems pretty simple

This all seems pretty simple to me. If you don't want (or believe in) the flu and/or H1N1 vaccine then don't get one.