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What Does This News Tell Us About Tamiflu?

NEWS STORY | Drug-resistant H1N1 reported at Duke hospital back in 2009   | DURHAM, N.C. — North Carolina public health officials  that three of four patients at Duke University Hospital with a drug-resistant form of the H1N1 flu virus have died.

The adult patients, treated in an isolated unit of the hospital over the last six weeks, tested positive for a mutation of the virus that was resistant to the drug Tamiflu, one of two medicines that help against H1N1.

UPDATE April 10, 2014Review raises questions about Tamiflu

GOVERNMENTS should review the use of the widely used anti-flu medication Tamiflu, scientists say after new research questioned the efficacy of the drug.

The study suggested that Tamiflu, which is used to prevent and treat influenza, shortens flu symptoms by between a day and half a day.

But the authors said there was "no good evidence" to support claims that it reduces flu-related hospital admissions or the complications of influenza.

The researchers, from The Cochrane Collaboration and the British Medical Journal (BMJ), also claimed that taking the drug could increase a person's risk of nausea and vomiting.

And when used as a preventative treatment it can stop people developing flu symptoms but may not prevent them from spreading flu to others, the authors said.


In summary:  We already know that those afflicted with influenza are the young, old, and immune compromised individuals.

The news article continues to stand by their line that Tamiflu and Vaccination are the best and most effective treatments for this disease.

I think all agencies are concerned that the quick mutating viruses may take a turn and then the developed treatments will become ineffective as they are created to target specific viruses. An investigation is underway, but they do not elaborate on exactly what they are investigating. The quote in the news article states that the vaccine will still be effective "against this form of H1N1" even if the virus mutates [Dr Cameron Wolfe]

Back in 2009, "approximately" 52 resistant cases have been reported, but we do not know how many have not been reported, or included in their statistical data.

USA REPORTS | Drug resistant H1N1 found in U.S. and U.K. This article also states official agencies are investigating the "spread" of drug-resistant tamiflu at Duke Hospital in NC and five hospital in Wales. It appears the spread of the mutant virus is confined to the hospitals. Another good reason to "JUST STAY HOME" and not to go to the hospital. Like every other bacteria and virus, they are often found and spread in the hospital environments. This has been true or MRSA, as well. At least this article is more specific about the investigation and they explain that they are checking to see if the viruses in those that were effected are the same. This could give clues, I imagine, to whether their are spin-off viruses of one or many types. Which situation would be more severe, I don't know?

They are now treating one person with Relenza, the other anti-viral drug option and everyone will be watching to see if s/he recovers.

THE TROUBLE WITH TAMIFLU Warning of psychiatric problems with Tamiflu

A new warning label has been added to the influenza drug Tamiflu following reports of delirium and hallucinations among people - mostly children - taking the medication.

The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) updated the label after reports of more than 100 people, mostly in Japan, who suffered unusual psychiatric effects, including cases of self-injury and suicide, when taking the drug. The FDA advised parents to watch out for such reactions in their children when treating them with the antiflu drug.

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It is natural organism develops resistance after prolonglong exposure.
Instituto Roberto Costa in Brazil has successfully immunized pregnant women with their H1N1 Living Nosode vaccination program.

They have also distributed this H1N1 Living Nosode to many other states throughout Brazil through their NHS and also sent that Homeopathic vaccine to other foreign Countries in South America.

The H1N1 Living Nosode was developed in a combo Research amongst the Institute itself, the Living Nosode - Nosodio Vivo- pharmacy that is a ngo, and the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, under the responsibility of the Homeopath Carlos Lyrio, M.D..
You have the benefit of being able to read and understand a second language! Please translate. Can you tell us the date of when this nosode was distributed [as a vaccination and not as a homeopathic remedy?] How it was distributed to the public? How long it will take to see results? What do they hypothesize will happen? Is this an oral, olfactory or intradermal vaccine? How long will they monitor these individuals? Why is it considered a 'success' in pregnant women? You can see I have many questions.
Dearest Debby,

The Living Nosode is a Homeopathic vaccine, given in drops that can be taken directly in the mouth, or mixed with some water, to be taken 5 drops twice a day.

Photo credit: Rianelli - taken at Samuel Hahnemann´s tomb in Père Lachaise Cemitery, Paris, FRANCE.

Now the answers for your questions, Dearest:
1. Can you tell us the date of when this nosode was distributed [as a vaccination and not as a homeopathic remedy?]
It was explained to the public by NHS reps that they were taking a Homeopathic vaccine, called H1N1 Living Nosode.
It started off to be distributed by September, 2009.

2. How it was distributed to the public?
Pregnant women went to the Health Department Units in Rio de Janeiro, Petropolis City, and got their H1N1 Living Nosode small bottle for free.
The ladies had to take their pregnancy positive test to be ellegible to get immunized from the H1N1. Other people were able to purchase the Homeopathy at the local ngo Nosodio Vivo Pharmacy.
I was told they also sent by postal service to other states and countries who have purchased the H1N1 Living Nosode.

3. How long it will take to see results?
Petropolis, Macaé and other cities who have distributed to the pregnant women the H1N1 Living Nosode have NOT reported the H1N1 influenza in a 4 months period.

4. What do they hypothesize will happen?
The Instituto Roberto Costa with Carlos Lyrio, M.D. (photo below) is the head of such Research, along with the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro and the NHS hypothesize that ALL people that have received the H1N1 Homeopathic Living Nosode are FREE from catching that deadly flu.

I have had four University students of mine who had caught the H1N1 flu and were Hospitalized for 8 days in Intensice Care and fortunately they were out alive by early October, 2009.

5.Is this an oral, olfactory or intradermal vaccine?
The H1N1 Living Nosode is an ORAL Homeopathy that must be taken 5 drops twice a day for a month period of time.

6.How long will they monitor these individuals?
The pregnant women who got the Living Nosode for free must periodically go to the Health Department Unit and present themselves and have a number of blood tests and other exams to be taken to proof the accuracy of the H1N1 Living Nosode.

7. Why is it considered a 'success' in pregnant women?
Because the obbituaires were in great number amongst pregnant women, other than child or senior citizens in Brazil.
So Health Department suggested to give away the Living Nosode to the pregnant women, as first Health-related protocol in Brazil.

- Hope this helps understand some more about the Homeopathic H1N1 Living Nosode.

my Best,
Regina Rianelli.
Regina ~ thank you for this clear presentation. Let it be spoken, let it be known.


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