The fight against H1N1
Flu vaccines against H1N1 are hard to come by unless you're in one of the priority groups. It may be until end of November until there's enough for wide distribution. The top infectious disease official at the National Institutes of Health talks about the strategy for fighting H1N1, and how vaccines might be produced faster in the future.
- Anthony Fauci: Director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases at the National Institutes of Health.
- Shanta Zimmer, MD: Assistant professor, University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine. She specializes in infectious disease.
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