Tamiflu dangers

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Some very sick pregnant women with H1N1 and pneumonia have benefited from Tamiflu even starting a week after symptoms started. Tamiflu is not recommended for prophylaxis-- to prevent getting H1N1. It is most appropriate for persons who have high risk conditions (e.g. pregnancy) and who are household contacts of suspected or confirmed H1N1 patients. There are a few reports of Tamiflu-resistant pandemic H1N1 viruses.
The media would have us believe that the only anti-viral drug in the world is Tamiflu, developed from a herb called Chinese Star Anise (Illicium verum). http://middlepath.com.au/qol/natural_influenza_protection_treatment.
The Department of Defense has also bought 7 million courses of Tamiflu for defense personnel, she said. Tamiflu, a pill made by Roche AG ROG.X and Gilead Sciences Inc (GILD.O), and GlaxoSmithKline's (GSK.L) (GSK.N) and Biota's (BTA.AX) Relenza, an inhaled drug, can treat influenza if given quickly. They have been shown to work against this new flu strain. Gibbs said Obama, who recently returned from a trip to Mexico, had shown no symptoms of the virus and had therefore not been tested.
I have always been anti flu shots for many reasons and medical journals that I have come across that clearly outline their dangers to pregnant women and their babies. So when I got pregnant.. I was asked by my doc and I declined.. I refuse to have anything unnecessary put in my body unless it is absolutely necessary. And flu shot is not one of them. I keep my immune system in chk with a balanced veg. Fruit and supplement diet and I have been good yet so far... thank god..
The case was one of several that has received little or no media attention, and yet it speaks volumes about the dangers associated with vaccines. It also exposes the lies of the deniers who have declared that vaccines are in no way related to autism — case closed.
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