Tag Archives: H1N1

Vaccines: Learning as we go

Vaccine news has me thinking about a book I read a couple of months back, The Flaw of Averages: Why we Underestimate the Risk in the Face of Uncertainty, Sam L. Savage. As the recent collapse on Wall Street shows, … Continue reading

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US vaccine supply

Good advice. Advice I will surely follow. But as sound as the advice is, there will be an awful lot of us who will either become infected before we find a vaccine or this active phase of infection will pass and then we will lose the sense of urgency. Influenza ain’t peanut butter. Continue reading

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Countering misinformation and its effects

I turned 50 years old this year, I am demographically located at the tail end of the Boomer generation.  One of the many things I have enjoyed because I was born in the second half of the 20th century is … Continue reading

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