Vaccine skepticism gone viral

A skeptical view of vaccination is gaining currency, while health authorities around the world are preparing to resort to compulsory vaccination against the H1N1 strain of influenza.

H1N1, also termed the swine flu virus, is said to have developed in part from a virus that infects pigs but also containing parts of viral material from bugs that affect humans and birds. It appears unlikely that this virus could have developed through natural incubation in pigs, as no infections in swine herds have been reported. There is evidence that points towards a laboratory origin of the virus. Beldeu Singh argues this point, with quotes from official sources, in his article titled VIRUSGATE?.