We might experience another spike in swine flu cases this fall, but the WHO predictions about the pandemic that will change our lives has less than came trough. By this time, according to WHO, we should all have at least curly tails, that is, if we failed to take their mediated swine flu vaccine, that has not been tested, and the vaccine makers have been made exempt from liability charges if something goes wrong. Luckily the medical profession has somewhat awaken, at least in the US. Health care workers are in first lines of receiving a mandatory jab of swine flu vaccine. When questioning nurses, one third would refuse a jab, and up to one half of doctors would follow suit. In my view, this is a good thing, since we don’t want the people managing our diseases (they generally don’t mange our health - how many times have you been at the doctors office for being healthy?) to fall prey to the Big Brother and Big Pharma scares and exaggerations.