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zondag 9 augustus 2009

 

In Nederland wordt ´Tamiflu´ nog steeds voorgeschreven en aangeraden bij kinderen jonger dan 2 jaar en zwangere vrouwen...

Terwijl Tamiflu juist tal van bijwerkingen kent bij kinderen, die erger zijn dan de de griep zelf..

Zo wordt er nu ook onderzoek gedaan naar het verband tussen 'Tamiflu' en leverfalen. Zie:
 
http://www.hln.be/hln/nl/4311/Mexicaanse-griep/article/detail/951084/2009/07/31/Tamiflu-veroorzaakt-tal-van-bijwerkingen-bij-kinderen.dhtml
 
Ook de met 'Tamiflu' gepaard gaande psychische problemen hebben de Japanse overheid er al toe aangezet om dokters te vragen tieners geen Tamiflu te verstrekken:

http://www.vandaag.be/binnenland/12133_bijwerkingen-tamiflu-bezorgen-kinderen-psychische-problemen.html
 
 
Massale verspreiding van 'Tamiflu' maakt Mexicaanse griep ook resistent..:

http://www.hln.be/hln/nl/4311/Mexicaanse-griep/article/detail/947041/2009/07/28/Massale-verspreiding-Tamiflu-maakt-Mexicaanse-griep-resistent.dhtml
 
 
Dit is wat Dr. Mercola, Times Best Selling Auteur van ´The Great Bird Flu Hoax´,

http://www.mercola.com/forms/background.htm
 
..over 'Tamiflu' te zeggen heeft:

'Tamiflu Loaded With Side Effects, Including Death and Can Only Reduce Symptoms by 36 Hours at BEST

Please realize that Tamiflu is NOT a safe drug  Serious side effects include convulsions, delirium or delusions, and 14 deaths in children and teens as a result of neuropsychiatric problems and brain infections  Japan actually banned Tamiflu for children in 2007.

Remember, Tamiflu went through some rough times not too long ago, as the dangers of this drug came to light when, in 2007, the FDA finally began investigating some 1,800 adverse event reports related to the drug.

Additionally common side effects of Tamiflu include:

·         Nausea

·         Vomiting

·         Diarrhea

·         Headache

·         Dizziness

·         Fatigue

·         Cough


All in all, the very symptoms you're trying to avoid.

Additionally, Tamiflu has been reported to be ineffective against seasonal flu outbreaks, and may not be sufficient to combat an epidemic or pandemic.

But making matters worse, some patients with influenza are at HIGHER risk for secondary bacterial infections when on Tamiflu. And secondary bacterial infections, as I mentioned earlier, was likely the REAL cause of the mass fatalities during the 1918 pandemic!

But here’s the real kicker.
When Tamiflu is used as directed (twice daily for 5 days) it can ONLY reduce the duration of your influenza symptoms by 1 to 1 ½ days, according to the official data.

Why on earth would anyone want to take a drug that has a chance of killing you, was banned in Japan, is loaded with side effects that mimic the flu itself, costs over $100, and AT BEST can only provide 36 hours of SYMPTOM relief.  Just doesn't make any sense.


Please recognize that there is serious revenue in Tamiflu. The Financial Times reports that governments around the world have previously stockpiled 220 million doses in preparation for a pandemic that has yet to appear. The cost of this preparation is $7 billion dollars.' 

 

Bron: http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2009/04/29/Swine-Flu.aspx#tamiflu



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Paul



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