Swine flu: what saves us kills us

The new mutation of A/H1N1 is resistant to vaccines

In brief: New form of mutated swine flu is fixed in several countries

Does Tamiflu really protect us from swine flu disease? The wide usage of anti-viral medicines has already lead to the mutation of the virus.

A/H1N1 virus has strained. Its new form fixed in several countries is resistant to vaccines and drugs effective against the first swine flu disease. Doctors consider such situation the consequence of the usage of the same anti-viral drugs during long period.

Consequently the UK pharmaceuticals have stopped spreading their vaccinations. Now side effects caused by these vaccines are considered to be connected with new mutation of swine flu.

Ukranian Globalist
2009-11-26 09:43, Society.

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