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Wednesday, 28 October 2009

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If your doctor draws his fluid from his can of soda, you know you're in trouble

Dr. Harvey Patel decided to do the right thing according to his conscience and blow the whistle on the H1N1 vaccine. Patel admitted to television reporters on several morning television shows that the swine flu vaccine currently being distributed worldwide is actually a placebo.

"We worked on this for many years, ever since the last swine flu outbreak over twenty five years ago. No group anywhere in the world, however, has actually been able to develop an effective vaccine to this illness. What you are getting from your local clinic is actually a placebo. It is just sugar water."

Spokesmen for the Food and Drug Administration and from the American Medical Association both refused to comment on the findings. All admitted, however, that none of them had actually taken the vaccine and that they had no intention of giving it to their families at the present time.

Dr. Patel did say that diabetics should be sure to monitor themselves closely if they did get this injection of sugar water. "I don't know what this will do to their insulin levels, but they should be careful."

When told that the drug was actually a placebo, a large line of people outside of a free shot clinic in El Paso, Texas were unmoved. Juan Hernandez said that "they gave me this Placebo drug stuff before, and it worked just fine that time. I'm sure that it will have the same effect on swine flu."

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