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FDA regulations prevent adding thimerosal to primarily pediatric vaccines. The H1N1 vaccine is not specifically formulated for children, and the multidose version – but not the single-dose version – does contain thimerosal. As for formaldehyde and antifreeze, we’ll deal with those claims further down. "No one should take this vaccine—it is one of the most dangerous vaccines ever devised. However, the CDC stresses that even flu vaccines with thimerosal should pose no danger to children. The thimerosal anxiety stems from the fact that it contains ethyl mercury, which is related to the type of mercury (methyl mercury) that can be harmful in food. The CDC and the Food and Drug Administration are monitoring for other adverse effects.

We’re starting to feel nostalgic for the early days of the swine flu pandemic, when the rumors centered around devastated villages and zombies in Cambodia. We’ll say it straight out: There are some real risks to the H1N1 vaccine.

"It’s a new virus, but the vaccine is made the exact same way," Dr.

Bruce Gellin, director of the National Vaccine Program Office at HHS, told us.

Wild rumors are flying about the newly developed vaccine for pandemic influenza H1N1, also known as "swine flu." We’ve seen e-mails stating that the vaccine is tainted with antifreeze or Agent Orange, causes Gulf War syndrome, or has killed U. If you are the sort who trusts anonymous e-mails more than you do doctors and experts from the U. The governor’s office cited vaccine shortage concerns as the reason for the change. The claims seem to stem from fear that this is the same vaccine that was used in the 1976 swine flu outbreak that resulted in a nuerological disorder that caused paralysis and death." The e-rumors claim generally that the vaccine is dangerous; one even claims it’s a government "depopulation" plot. "New York Health Care Workers Resist Flu Vaccine Rule." New York Times.

One says the vaccine is an "evil depopulation scheme." The claims are nearly pure bunk, with only trace amounts of fact. For others, here are the facts as stated by the best authorities we can find: Update, October 23: On October 22, New York State suspended the requirement for health care workers to be vaccinated. NONE…NONE…NONE." — "I’ve seen a number of stories claiming that the upcoming swine flu vaccine is so dangerous that even the scientists who developed it refuse to get it and tell their families and friends not to get it.