posted on Sep, 21 2009 @ 05:41 PM
All Tamiflu and Relenza do is supposedly curtail the virus' ability to transmit itself. That's why they are called 'anti-virals', they do squat
against the symptoms of Flu.
The problem with both drugs, is that their side effects are worse than the illness itself, and they don't work. The average success rate in pill
form, which is the prescribed method of innoculation here in the UK is around 10%. Intravenous Injection takes this up to around 45% I think.
Neither are good statistics.
This is not to mention the quite frankly evil components that these two drugs have inside them.
Don't take either of them.