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Swine Flu Vaccine: Your experience

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The majority of cases in the UK have shown only mild symptoms

Swine flu vaccines are starting to arrive at GP surgeries so that 12m "priority" patients can be immunised. BBC News would like to hear how the initiative is being received.

The supplies will allow UK family doctors to start offering the jab to people with health problems or damaged immune systems and pregnant women. Vaccinations began last week for seriously ill hospital patients and the health staff caring for them.

Are you a health professional? What is your experience of the vaccine and of the system implementing it?

If you are a patient, are you fully informed about issues surrounding the vaccination?


Thank you for your contributions.



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