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FDA Approves Neurotoxic Flu Drug for Use on Infants

FDA Approves Neurotoxic Flu Drug for Use on Infants

by Lisa Garber
January 5th, 2013 | Updated 01/05/2013 at 3:53 am

Tamiflu, the antiviral drug facing international criticism for its deadly side effects, has been approved by the US Food and Drug Administration for use on infants just two weeks old.

The FDA’s decision comes amidst international controversy over Tamiflu, known generically as oseltamivir. Since the drug’s approval in 1999, several suicide deaths and incidents of bizarre side effects have been recorded. In the UK, where use of Tamiflu was relatively low at the time of publication of a 2005 article, only 41 “yellow card” reports of adverse reactions were recorded, just one being agitation and two being “confusional states.”

In Japan, however, close to the cries of a then-imminent avian flu pandemic, 54 people with no previous discernible psychiatric or health complications were dead after taking Tamiflu in 2005.

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What is the movement in this

What is the movement in this situation?

X to Y.

X: inside: United States

Y: outside: internationalism

Will more of this movement occur? Consolidation's apex is internationalism, assuming Star Trek doesn't come to fruition, which I hope is the case.

School's fine. Just don't let it get in the way of thinking. -Me

Study nature, not books. -Walton Forest Dutton, MD, in his 1916 book whose subject is origin (therefore what all healing methods involve and count on), simple and powerful.

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Tamiflu is chemotherapy. I

Tamiflu is chemotherapy. I wouldn't take it if I had cancer, let alone just the flu. Crazy

"and the truth shall make you free"
John 8:32

Not Surprised

Why does this not surprise me? Next they will be FORCING parents to let them give it to the kids.