Jane just came in and told me that she learned last night that no one has ever actually died from the H1N1 flu. The people who had it that eventually died actually died from pneumonia. So, if pneumonia is what kills us, then why aren't they telling people to get pneumonia shots? Could it be because a pneumonia shot lasts from 5 to 10 years? In other words, there is little to no money that can be made off of a big media scare with pneumonia shots, but there's lots of money being made on the H1N1 hoax (not that it's a hoax, but... IT'S THE FLU).
Sometimes I think the problem with health care in this country actually has nothing to do with health care, and much more to do with marketing and how much money is to be made or lost by the big drug companies, insurance companies, and the health care industry in general. Kinda makes me sick.