Category Archives: Healthcare During a Pandemic

A temporary injuction

I can only hope that this is not only a temporary victory, but also very short lived. I can hardly imagine being so selfish and self-centered, to say nothing of short-sighted. Continue reading

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Mandatory vaccines – sorta

When I got home and fired up my laptop I was greeted by blazing red headliner letters on Drudge Report that read “Mandatory vaccination for 500,000 in NY“.  Given my interest in the pandemic issue and my general belief in … Continue reading

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H1N1 2009: Vaccines and antiviral resistance

Yesterday brought news of two cases of Tamiflu resistant H1N1 2009 in the US and one in Singapore. It also brought the first authoritative news that our first delivery of vaccines for H1N1 2009 will be considerably less than first … Continue reading

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