Tamiflu OK To Give To Infants says FDA Jail Bait

by ProfKeith

Tamiflu Scam – 2

Despite the fact that it is hazardous and there is no reliable scientific evidence that Tamiflu has any benefits whatever, the creeps at the FDA are now saying children as young as 2 weeks old may now be treated for the flu with Tamiflu.

This isn’t bad science; this is criminal intrigue. We need some jail time for these birds.

The FDA expanded its approval today for Tamiflu to include infants under age 1 who have had symptoms of the flu, such as stuffy nose, cough, sore throat, fever, and body aches, for no longer than two days.

At least they are not saying it can prevent flu infection in this age group. Of course, it does no good in any age group.

FDA officials say there is a fixed dosing schedule for children and adults over age 1, but dosing for children under 1 year old must be calculated for each infant according to their weight (3 mgs per kilogram). As if…

According to the CDC, children younger than 2 years old are especially vulnerable to developing complications from the flu. Infants 6 months of age and younger have the highest rates of hospitalization for the flu.

True, but that doesn’t magically make Tamiflu effective, a detail which they slide over. Nor does it make it safe. We have already seen Roche accused of covering up results that demonstrate the possible dangers of Tamiflu [http://209.59.174.35/~alternat/news-stuff/the-tamiflu-scam-1/]

The most common side effect of Tamiflu are vomiting and diarrhea. Less common are severe rash, skin reactions, hallucinations, delirium, and abnormal behavior.

[SOURCE: News release, FDA]

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