Overuse of Vaccines and Anti-Flu Drugs Lend to Creation of Superbugs

I originally posted the following information and commentary onto my Facebook wall…

Manufacturing Superbugs

Manufacturing Superbugs

Overuse of Vaccines, Anti-Flu Drugs May Result in Human Calamity:

(Bill SardiLewRockwell.com) – Disease researchers have begun modeling how a future H1N1-09 swine-flu outbreak would spread throughout the world and have come up with some troubling scenarios. Infectious disease experts are beginning to describe modern efforts to quell seasonal and epidemic influenza with vaccines and anti-viral drugs using wording like “potentially dangerous,” “worrisome,” and “may do more harm than good.”

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My Commentary: While governments around the world are stockpiling vaccines & anti-viral drugs in response to the World Health Organization’s recent classification of the current H1N1 swine flu outbreak as a “pandemic,” some researchers believe that this approach is “potentially dangerous,” “worrisome,” & “may do more harm than good.” Studying actual cases of flu outbreaks in China & Mexico, scientists discovered that the introduction of mass vaccinations into the equation PROMOTED THE EMERGENCE OF VARIANT STRAINS of the original virus, rendering their vaccines useless!

Researchers also studied the use of anti-viral drugs like “Tamiflu” to treat infection. “In real numbers, not a simulation, the prevalence of Tamiflu-resistant H1N1 flu cases across Europe increased gradually over time, from near 0 in week 40 of 2007 to a startling 56% in week 19 of 2008.” The Mayo Clinic NOW SUGGESTS taking TWO ANTI-VIRAL DRUGS SIMULTANEOUSLY IF INFECTED – to prevent the emergence of drug-resistant virus strains!

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