Flu Vaccine

Here is the package insert for Fluzone, the Pasteur H1N1 Vaccine. Note the following taken from the insert:

Influenza A (H1N1) 2009 Monovalent Vaccine
Manufactured by Sanofi Pasteur Inc.
Suspension for Intramuscular Injection
Initial US Approval: 1980

The 2009 H1N1 Swine Flu vaccine that they will be using was initially approved in 1980. This is from their own documents, folks.

Click on the link below to read the insert:

Sanofi-Pasteur_Influenza_A-2009_H1N1_Fluzone

Here is a LINK to the following material:

Assessment Report For GlaxoSmithKline
Pandemrix based on application to EMEA (PDF)GlaxoSmithKline Fluarix 2009-2010 Formula (PDF)

Sanofi-Pasteur Influenza A-2009 H1N1 Vaccine
Package Insert Based On 1980 Approval for Fluzone (PDF)

Novartis FLUVIRIN Latest 2009 Package Insert (PDF)

Novartis A-H1N1 2009 Monvalent Vaccine Package
Insert Based On 1980 Approvalfor Fluvirin (PDF)

Intranasal Spray MedImmune A-H1N1 Vaccine
Package Insert Based On 2003 Approval for FluMist (PDF)

FLUARIX 2009 Latest Package Insert (PDF)

CSL Influenza A-H1N1 2009 Vaccine Package
Insert Based On 2007 Approval for Afluria (PDF)

CSL 2009 Latest Afluria Package Insert (PDF)

BAXTER Patent Application Citing
Monkey Kidney (VERO) Cell Culture (PDF)

Chemicals and Package Inserts of Common Vaccines

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One Response to “Fluzone Package Insert”

  1. Since the package inserts do not contain all of the ingredients, I had to do a bit of research. Here is a link to a biopharmaceuticals page that lists all of the ingredients used in vaccines. The downside is that you have to know the ingredient you are looking for, then click the link/s next to the ingredient to find the product it is in. For example, scroll down to squalene and squalene-based adjuvants and click on the numbered links.

    http://www.biopharma.com/chem_terms7.html