Thursday, October 15, 2009

Buyers beware of fake swine flu vaccines

The first sets of H1N1 flu virus vaccines were shipped this week and, according to the Food and Drug Administration, online pharmacies are already trying to cash-in on people trying to get vaccinated.As if the "swine flu" threat needed another unsettling twist, the FDA already has a "fraudulent products list" full of merchandise that is not "cleared, approved, or authorized for the diagnosis, mitigation, prevention, treatment, or cure of the 2009 H1N1 flu virus."From hand sanitizers to supplements to-perhaps most strangely-shampoo, the list features more than 100 flu remedies or preventatives that haven't been through the FDA's approval process. The real vaccines, on the other hand, have been approved by the FDA.The moral of the story: Don't try and buy swine flu medicine on the Internet. The H1N1 vaccinations are made by the same manufacturers that make the seasonal flu vaccines, developed and tested in the same manner as the seasonal flu shot. But the H1N1 vaccines are not available online....
PS:I cannot see anybody "INFORMED"buying h1n1 vaccine online lest ANY VACCINE....!!!!Beware of Gov Hype....!!!!!!!!
As in the days of Noah....

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