Doctor Punctures H1N1 Vaccine Fears

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Last spring, fears surrounding the H1N1 flu dominated headlines around the world. Now, more and more questions are being raised about a new vaccine that could help prevent it. But in an Oct. 12 New York Times op-ed, infectious disease expert Paul Offit explains there is "nothing to fear but the flu itself." Offit, is chief of Infectious Diseases at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia.



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