Tamiflu Cited in 2 Teen Deaths – Global Plan for Influenza Action – Lancet Monday, November 14, 2005 Japanese newspapers report that two teenage boys – one 14 the other 17 – died after taking one dose of the antiviral drug, Tamiflu, . . . Continue reading →
European perspective: Bird Flu–BBC Panoarama / German skeptics / Rumsfeld Tamiflu stock $5 to $25 million Sat, 5 Nov 2005 As the media continues its senstional coverage of the “Bird Flu pandemic”, healthy skeptics are examining the evidence. Two European examinations–The BBC . . . Continue reading →
Is Tamiflu worth it? Thu, 27 Oct 2005 Many knowledgable experts in pharmacology have expressed dismay over the hysteria mounting for Tamiflu, a drug that has shown to be only marginally effective at best in reducing ther number of days one experinces . . . Continue reading →
The Tacoma Tribune reports that the head of the Center for Disease Control, Dr. Julie Gerberding, has reversed the agency’s bird flu policy, which viewed the threat from the worse-case scenario lens.
Fortune Magazine confirms our report (October) that "The prospect of a bird flu outbreak may be panicking people around the globe, but it’s proving to be very good news for Defense Secretary."
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INTRODUCTION: This bill seriously endangers, if not completely undermines, the democratic process and the rule of law. It will absolutely destroy the unalienable rights of trial by jury and informed consent. It is a radical transfer of the US Treasury into the hands of unaccountable private companies whose record shows far more concern about profits than in protecting and improving the health of the American people. It also concentrates the power of life and death in the hands of one very fallible human being and creates an unaccountable federal bureaucracy not subject to disclosure, independent oversight or the safeguards of accountability necessary in a free republic.
Dr. Scott Gottlieb’s ties to drug firms spark questions over agency hiring policies Continue reading →
An Epidemic of Overreaction /The scare Scenario / The Fear Epidemic Thu, 27 Oct 2005 Dr. Marc Siegel, a practicing internist and an associate professor of medicine at New York University School of Medicine, and a subscriber to the AHRP Infomails, forwarded . . . Continue reading →