Originally posted by soficrow
Originally posted by Wisdumb
With a superflu that is unstoppable,
This is what grinds me. Scientists have been recommending prevention strategies forever! But they didn't get the support. And now, it's
probably not preventable. But it was. So why didn't out governments do what needed to be done
the only thing government can do is to deceive us into believing there is hope(drugs and such) like tamiflu that will somehow stop a mutating
If that isn't negligence, I don't know what is.
On a lighter, 'though macabre, note, didn't the Singaporeans just execute that doctor?
The news on Tamiflu has been out for a while, it isn't designed to combat Avian influenza strain H5N1, the governments are telling us that they hope
scientists can use it as a starting point for the vaccine that will kill H5N1.
In any case, H5N1 will not be the super flu, but a new strain mutated from it, most probably a combination of birdflu and swine flu. H5N1 bird flu
can, so far, only be transmitted human-to-human by contact with blood. Swine flue is a little different and therefore nastier. It just isn't as