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Pandem ... Hicks!

Wednesday, November 11, 2009

I survived the swine flu, and my sons are doing well just because they have today bought from her pocket money eagerly Mickey Mouse comic books and Yu-Gi-Oh cards without breaking the go.

How do I know this? - A teacher of my Great (soon eleven) summoned my son yesterday whether his cough determined that he had the swine flu (I had runny nose, Katarrhartiges and sometimes ears pulling from last Monday, on Thursday / Friday, there were inconsistent symptoms in children).

Since the Bavarian schoolmaster has been diagnosed us and we are all Dreie already well on the way to the final recovery, I see a fortiori no reason, perhaps even to infect a poor country doctor or his more or less pretty receptionists by way of a consultation and so irresponsibly together with their families also direktemang more potential patients negligence or even maliciously strike down smirking at her end.

I have my sons explained that we were perhaps the only ones who have survived this usually fatal disease due to our Neanderthal genes; but that they probably would not be keen to not give at least a few playmates same chance.

That made sense to them; we therefore enjoy the perfect swine flu family peace.

Of Pandemrix, the WHO and squalene I told them but nothing, for therefore they are still too small.

Taboo word squalene

Tuesday, October 20, 2009

After all: The concept of thiomersal (Thimoseral) is now significant at last fallen as the mercury-containing preservative of GSK-popular preparation against the Pandemrix swine flu; also that earlier aluminum hydroxide was used as the active amplifier, I could now read.

Only the taboo word squalene for the new miracle amplifier I did not hear still. (more ...)