How Have We Handled Swine Flu?

The danger from swine flu may not be over, but many complain that the threat was overblown. Students have returned to their desks, and the World Health Organization sees no signs of the virus going from person to person outside of North America.

Neal Conan talks with Rear Adm. Anne Schuchat, interim deputy director for the CDC's Science and Public Health Program, and Dr. Howard Markel, director of University of Michigan's Center for the History of Medicine, about how the outbreak has been handled.

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