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Video: "Anatomy of a Pandemic" explores the H1N1 flu outbreak

Monday, December 14th, 2009
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What is known about the H1N1 influenza outbreak? How is the government preparing for the next big threat? Join the PBS NewsHour’s Ray Suarez for an exploration of the science and policy of this year’s swine flu pandemic, from federal vaccination headquarters to big city hospital emergency rooms. “Anatomy of a Pandemic” airs Monday, December 14 at 9 p.m. on THIRTEEN.

Watch a preview now:

An online forum at the “Anatomy of a Pandemic” website will take place on Tuesday, December 15. Now’s your chance to submit questions to Dr. Anne Schuchat from the CDC and Dr. Michael Osterholm with Center for Infectious Disease Research and Policy (CIDRAP) for the forum. Submit your questions now.

For the latest news and information about the H1N1 flu outbreak here in New York, please visit our comprehensive website that features the latest headlines as well as original reporting from the field.


  • Karla

    Why did we not see about the ingredients of the vaccines and tell the real story of the people who have had reactions to the vaccine this year? I request Dr. Jim Mercola, Dr. Russell Blaylock or Dr Gary Null to be interviewed. This show was just another “fear fest” to scare people into getting the vaccine which is NOT safe. What about the neurotoxins in the vaccine? This show was TOO one sided as usual. I did not even hear a discussion about how to stay healthy, but all about vaccines which are not proven to even work let alone be safe. I watch WFYI alot and I must say I am disappointed.