Study says H1N1 vaccines are too late

October 21, 2009
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“The study conducted by Purdue University says the H1N1 vaccine won’t be as effective as the regular season vaccine because it was released late in the season. Scientists are predicting about 60 percent of the US population will get be infected by the end of this year, but only about one quarter of Americans will actually get sick from the virus. From now until October 25th is supposed to be the biggest wave of sickness and the vaccines won’t help that, since it just became available.”

(Source: Study says H1N1 vaccines are too late | vaccines, beach, late – Top Story – CBS Channel 12 News)