Dr Rosemary Leonard dispels the myths about swine flu

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This time last year Britain was facing a swine flu pandemic and the government was stockpiling vaccines.

This year, following ten deaths caused by the H1N1 virus and a sharp rise in seasonal flu, some people are starting to wonder if swine flu is making a comeback.

BBC Breakfast spoke with GP Dr Rosemary Leonard about the rising number of swine flu cases.

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