I know there is a non- adjuvanted vaccine being made, but I can't find who makes it. It's not Glaxosmithkline or Novartis, I'm pretty sure.
Even then, it's all pretty bad. THe decision is horribly guilt laden either way. If you get it for you kids and they have problems because of it, then what? If you *don't* get it for your kids and they get sick and have problems, then what?
Single dose 2009 H1N1 vaccines from CSL Limited and Sanofi-Pasteur contain no thimerosal, according to the Institute for Vaccine Safety. Multi dose containers do contain thimerosal.
Regarding all of the animal parts listed, these appear to be a list of all of the possible culture media for various different vaccines. Chicken egg is the only culture media used for influenza vaccines, including 2009 H1N1 (even according to an anti-vaccine organization).
You mean squalene, which the World Health Organization says is produced naturally by your liver anyway and is safe, being used in millions of doses in Europe without major harmful effects?
In any case, the US CDC indicates that in the US, "It is unlikely H1N1 vaccine will be adjuvanted" and that even if some brands of vaccines are adjuvanted, "Medimmune [brand / manufacturer] vaccine will not be adjuvanted."
I am anxiously awaiting being able to get the vaccine for myself and my child. DH recently contracted H1N1 and indicated his lungs felt so bad that he wasn't sure if our child got it, what would happen. This flu is nasty stuff and as soon as the vaccine is ready, we'll be getting in line for it.