Swine Flu Shot: Safe or Not?

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For the first time Wednesday, hospitals across the U.S. began administering swine flu vaccine inoculations.

Unlike the spray version previously available, the shot can be given to expectant mothers who doctors consider to be at high risk for the H1N1 virus.
Almost 10 million doses of the vaccine are ready for order and health officials say thousands of doses will be arriving on a weekly basis to all 50 states.

Dr. Elaina George, an ear, nose and throat specialist from Atlanta, Georgia, appeared on the Thursday edition of the CBN Newschannel's Morning program to provide more information on the controversial vaccine.

Click play to watch the interview.

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