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As state and national health officials continue to offer recommendations about flu vaccines, several myths have surfaced on the Internet.
These range from the conspiratorial (the vaccine is a means to inject people with microchips) to the skeptical (H1N1 isn't worth worrying about) to a more general anti-vaccine perspective (some people blame vaccines for problems, instead of crediting vaccines for preventing them).
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