Patrick Pelloux, president of the French emergency physician association, has been actively campaining against H1N1 flue vaccination. On October 22, 2009, in the French newspaper “Le Parisien”, he explained that there is “no proof at all that the vaccine has any advantage.”
But yesterday, he confessed that he had just been vaccinated.
“I have given it a thought [...] and I got vaccinated,” he answered to an interview on the French radio RTL.
Why would such an influential doctor get treatment against his own advice?