From Writer/Producer Doug Furnad
Secretary of Health and Human Services Kathleen Sebelius says we could have an H1N1 flu vaccine my mid-October.
H1N1 is the so-called swine flu.
The CDC says swine flu has 263 people in the United States.
But before that vaccine can be made available to the public, it has to be tested.
So they are now looking for volunteers to get the shots.
That means people are going to have to step up, and be injected with the dead virus.
It's a critical step to get the country prepared before flu season hits.
So here's the question:
Would you volunteer to be a human guinea pig, and test the swine flu vaccine?
Let us know.