posted on Jul, 13 2009 @ 03:10 PM
reply to post by 12.21.12
I've read alot about the 1918 flu and to be perfectly honest, I can find no evidence a vaccine for flu existed at the time.
In fact, it would seem that the very first
1918 vaccine was produced on 2007 from reconstituted flu taken from frozen victims, as part of
research into a potential vaccine for the H5N1.
Please, provide some evidence to the contrary....
EDIT: Upon further reading, it would seem that flu vaccines weren't developed until the 1940's.. What say you?
[edit on 13/7/09 by stumason]