WHO Finally Admits They Screwed up on Swine Flu

The World Health Organization (WHO) has admitted that it made mistakes in its response to H1N1 swine flu.

WHO influenza expert Keiji Fukuda conceded that the six-phase system for declaring a pandemic was confusing, and resulted in widespread panic about an illness which proved to be even less deadly than the similarly overhyped bird flu.

Critics have pointed out WHO's links to the pharmaceutical industry. Many drug companies made huge profits when governments bought enormous stockpiles of H1N1 vaccine, much of which has gone unused.

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