Thursday, November 26, 2009

The reason why I write this blog

Just spotted this headline in a Canadian online news aggregator:

“Severe reactions to H1N1 shot: one death probed”

Then, almost at the very end of the article:

“On the issue of serious adverse reactions to the H1N1 vaccine, Butler-Jones said the rate of anaphylactic events was about 0.32 cases for every 100,000 doses of vaccine delivered - a figure that's within the norm for mass vaccination efforts.”

I just got my shot.

4 Responses to “The reason why I write this blog”

Anonymous said...

Thanks to you, we know what that means!!

I just got my shot too :-)


Mrs. Falkenberg said...

That sort of reporting makes me NUTS.
I'm here from Fawnhareo's Place, and busy reading all your back posts. Very interesting!

Dr. Julie said...

Average Mom, welcome, and thanks for your comment! Glad we agree on alarmist reporting.

Nice post.And I really like it very much.Thank you very much for sharing.Looking forward to read such article.Keep blogging.

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