Harvard Takes it Back and Says Swine Flu was Oversold

Mercola January 02 2010

Dr Mercola

A new analysis from Harvard University, using H1N1 deaths in the U.S. in the spring and projecting likely outcomes for this fall, suggests that the swine flu “pandemic” has been oversold.

The new paper suggests swine flu was unlikely to create a severe epidemic. In light of this, officials have taken many steps that may have been unnecessary, including mass vaccinations.

It is not clear how H1N1 will act in the coming months, but swine flu cases seem to have already hit their peak.

For more go here.

About Clare Swinney

Committed to awakening those still asleep. Please keep an open mind and do your own research. WebofEvidence on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCyTh2WC7w_8GYD6ZecXUQMQ Clare on Bitchute: https://www.bitchute.com/channel/1z2iaeXTln25/
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4 Responses to Harvard Takes it Back and Says Swine Flu was Oversold

  1. D Leader says:

    I can’ t find another reference to the paper that Dr Mercola cites in his article. It seems to me that if there was such a paper, it would be posted all over the place.

  2. Ray says:

    France … out of 94 million doses they have 89 million in stock , the pharmas made a killing , chan the head of WHO has been advocating that everyone get a flu shot has not had hers yet her excuse was that she has been on holiday so she will get her aides to find out how she can get it .


  3. Dr Leader says:

    Clare’s link is great, but I can’t find the Harvard paper that all of these articles refer to. I’m wondering if it really exists, or if it is a fabrication.

    Meanwhile, I’m glad that most of the people I work with have been vaccinated.

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