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Resource ID: #24283
Subject: Diseases
Source: CBS News
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Date: 10/21/2009

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"This exclusive, original investigation dug deep into the hype over H1N1, and the government's controversial decision to stop tracking swine flu cases in mid-summer. The swine flu was not nearly as prevalent as the government reported. In fact, the investigation revealed that the vast majority of illnesses attributed to the swine flu epidemic were not even flu at all." So, almost everyone who was diagnosed with swine flu didn't have it. The implications of the results are tremendous and have serious consequences.

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