Swine Flu: CDC Recommendations CDC Recommends Tamiflu, Researchers Have Reservations | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Swine Flu: CDC Recommendations CDC Recommends Tamiflu, Researchers Have Reservations

The CDC recommends Tamiflu for
prevention and treatment of swine flu, as they
did with the avian flu several years ago. Yet at the height of the avian flu scare, European researchers conducted a
review of numerous studies of of anti-viral medications,
which was then published in the prestigious medical journal Lancet on Jan. 19, 2006. According to this review of 51 randomized controlled trials, Tamiflu was useless against the avian flu and many other flus.
Contrary to the CDC, their recommendation was not to use Tamiflu. What about now?

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