Tamiflu’s Effects On Your Brain

Veröffentlicht: 29. Februar 2008 von infowars in Gesundheit, Impfung
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Thursday, February 28, 2008

The FDA has been reviewing reports of abnormal behavior and other brain effects in more than 1,800 children who had taken the flu medicine Tamiflu. The symptoms have included convulsions, delirium or delusions, and in Japan, five deaths have been reported in children under 16 as a result of neurological or psychiatric problems. Four were fatal falls, and one was a brain infection in a patient with leukemia.

There have also been nine deaths among older teens and adults, attributed to neuropsychiatric problems or brain infections.

Dr. Lawrence G. Roberts, the authentic father of the internet, who is pictured with me above, recently sent me the following personal story about Tamiflu:
“A few years ago, as I returned from Japan, I took Tamiflu on the plane as I arrived into SFO. I thought my symptoms felt like the flu and I (at that time) carried it. As I drove home, I was observed drifting off the road from time to time but all I noticed was I suddenly was over too far and corrected. Then at the exit which was a slow right turn, I blanked out just into the turn and went straight into a tree. Totaled my BMW and caused some knee damage … I realized somewhat later that the blank out was due to the Tamiflu but not until other reports came out. Too late to argue the point. Anyway, this was a $100 K side effect caused by the drug and there most likely have been many more which were never connected to Tamiflu.”

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