To Vaccinate or Not: Some Wary on H1N1 Choice
Many parents are discussing their skepticism of the H1N1 vaccine. It's being distributed as a nasal spray this week, and will arrive next week in injection form, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Two key issues for skeptics are the safety of vaccine and their own vulnerability.
The CDC and other public health authorities say the new vaccine is safe. It is encouraging everyone to get it, especially those in high risk groups. But experts acknowledge that many people struggle with the decision.
Are you going to get the vaccine or let your child get it? Post your comments below. We may use some of them this morning in the CNN Newsroom.
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