Was the H1N1 pandemic invented by drugs companies?

Was the H1N1 pandemic invented by drugs companies?
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These are some of the questions you asked Andrew Lakoff:

1- Was the H1N1 pandemic invented by pharmaceutical lobbies?
2-Is globalisation leading to more global health problems?

Global Health Security

There seems to be a lot of public health alarms. H1N1, avian flu, drug resistant strains of tubercolosis… These are some of the new threats that have grabbed our attention and compelled politicians to act. Andrew Lakoff is one of our experts on disasters. He researches new biological and environmental threats, pandemic measures, biotechnologies, public response to health alarms.

_Andrew Lakoff is from the Department of Anthropology, Sociology and Communication at the University of Southern California, San Diego.
He was trained as an anthropologist of science and medicine, and has conducted research in Argentina, France and the United States._

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