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One of the five manufacturers supplying H1N1 vaccine to the United States is recalling hundreds of thousands of flu shots because they aren't as potent as they should be.
The company and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention emphasized that the recall was not prompted by safety concerns, and that even though the vaccine isn't quite as potent as it's supposed to be, children who received it don't have to be immunized again against H1N1.
Originally posted by Quantum_Squirrel
Ok something does not ring true here..
800,000 vaccines recalled destined for our children... why because the strength of the vaccine is 12% lower than it should be??!!??
BUT if you child has had it there is no need for another one?
If it is only 12% and there is no need for another shot ... Why the recall??