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What is known about the current H1N1 influenza outbreak? How is the government preparing for the next big threat? Join the PBS NewsHour’s Ray Suarez for an exploration of the science and policy of this year’s swine flu pandemic, from federal vaccination headquarters to big city hospital emergency rooms.
Fauci, a director at the National Institutes of Health, relates his greatest disease fears, and what health officials are watching for in the future.
Ferrer, head of the Boston Public Health Commission, says minorities and the poor are seeing the worst of H1N1.
Schuchat, director of CDC's National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases, talks about the challenges of the H1N1 pandemic.
Flu expert Dr. Michael Osterholm grades the U.S. response to the pandemic so far.
Fisher, of the National Vaccine Information Center, urges parents to take an active role in learning about vaccines.