H1N1 information

References and news stories

UPDATE: Healthy kids need only one dose of H1N1 vaccine

Pandemic (H1N1) 2009 – update 74 – November 13, 2009

Cochrane review of vaccines and autism claim

Experts advise WHO on pandemic vaccine policies and strategies – Pandemic (H1N1) 2009 briefing note 14

Ottawa Public Health H1N1 website

Public Health Agency of Canada – National Advisory Committee On Immunization: Influenza Vaccine

The Cochrane Influenza Resources

Squalene information from FDA site

Thimerosal in Vaccines

WHO report on safety of H1N1 vaccines – October 30, 2009

Research continues to understand the behaviour of this disease. This is early data. If this is confirmed in future studies to follow, this would help parents understand how long their child could remain infectious and help reduce the risk of spread in schools.

Viral Shedding Prolonged in Children With H1N1 Flu, Especially Younger Children

Commentary:

An Epidemic of fear

Information on opposing voices and the methodology employed

Thimerosal and Vaccine Safety

World Health Organization says H1N1 vaccines safe, effective

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