They are not talking about adjuvent here when the say a vaccine the last two weeks has shown !!!
But in the last two weeks it has been learned that the vaccines against the H1N1 virus stimulate a strong response on their own. A single shot containing 15 micrograms of antigen — the same amount used for each strain in a seasonal flu vaccine — should confer adequate protection for most people.
YOU ARE WRONG. leaps is not getting to be an adjunct. it is to be used in hospital for those with severe flu symptoms. it avoids the cytokine storm that kills the host (that is why this flu kills young adults vs elderly-eldery are less likely to have a cytokine storm) read my last post. it shows what is happening with cdc. they are going to have this as its own rx for hospitalized flu patients. this will occur quickly right after current clinical trials are over. it even says this at cdc site. http://messages.finance.yahoo.com/Stocks_(A_to_Z)/Stocks_C/threadview?m=tm&bn=28114&tid=36380&mid=36380&tof=29&frt=2
You don't get it. It's not about the adjuvents. Take in everything they're trying to do and then, THINK LEAPS. Think what they'll be supplying to third world countries. Just think. And if you still don't get it, that's fine.