September 4, 2013
What's with this early arrival of flu shots? Every pharmacy I pass is advertising that they have the shot ready to rock, or inject. My township just sent a email offering free swine-flu shots to anyone, anytime, while supplies last. Isn't it too early in the season? This shot only lasts so long plus my doctors office isn't dolling it out yet. In years past the question of flu shot availability has caused long lines but I don't think we are going to have that problem now. I question the early option and wonder if this is made to solicit customers away from the doctors. Pharmacy minute-clinics are popping up all over the place with available medical professionals ready to diagnosis a hopefully simpler non life threatening problem like a flu, cold, rash or sprained ankle. I feel like I've been seeing this "get your flu shot here" sign all summer and in thinking back I did get the flu, ok a 24 hour bug in June. I get a flu shot every November,I've a compromised immune system and my doctor requires it so I'll always have a shot waiting for me at this office I've no need for an outside source unless the insurance companies make up a new rule banned shots at a doctors office ( which I wouldn't put past them) Vaccines and preventative shots are another hot topic. Injecting a little bit of the disease to stop you from getting it is controversial but works for me right now. There are many who refuse to get them and won't let their kids get vaccinated. I wouldn't do a whole radio show about this but be aware it's another one of her issues. And she, I mean we have many.
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