Though Dr. Kristy Bradley, state epidemiologist, declares in the video(min 2:26) that no confirmed cases of H1N1 have been noted in Oklahoma, the article states ...
"The H1N1 virus has sickened about 200 people in Oklahoma and more than 40,000 nationwide. "
And then to administer an experimental vaccine on children ages 3-8 for the sole purpose of seeing "if" it has negative "side effects"?
"The trials will test the vaccine's effectiveness and whether or not it has negative side effects in patients.
She anticipates about 200 children ages 3 to 8 will be able to enroll. "
The patients will be children,3-8 years old. 200 of them.
If the good Veterinarians statements concern you, please give her a call...
Kristy Bradley Oklahoma State Epidemiologist 405- 271 -4060
Enrollment starts Aug 17th,according to...
"IPS Research in Oklahoma City is the first Oklahoma company to conduct the vaccination trials and will begin enrolling study patients Aug. 17, said IPS Research medical director Dr. Louise Thurman"
Inquiries to Dr. Louise Thurman:
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