posted on Jan, 7 2010 @ 08:55 AM
It would be a standard procedure and a standard response from the NHS operator.
Basically the Tamiflu was prescribed by a doctor to a named individual - so this medicine comes under whatever class they call it where a doctors
prescription is required... i,e, it's not 'over the counter' meds like cough syrup etc.
So I would of thought that the person you were talking to was not a doctor, so that person cannot prescribe any medicine, they do not understand how
the med's work, they do not know patient history in short they are not in a position and they do not have the knowledge to tell you to do that...
Shold that person even hint that taking that med's was OK and then the person dies from anything, even if they develop something entirely unrelated
then their neck will be on the line - they just don't get paid enough.
Even if 2 people are taking the same drug, I would of thought any doctor would always want to give a fresh prescription rather than allow them to
share drugs prescribed to one person - of course they will make a judgement call in life and death situations - but in all reality swine flu is very
very rarely a life and death situation - if it is call an ambulance... If you are snowed in then you get a helicopter ride! - The tax payer will
never begrudge you that
Originally posted by Muckster
They went on to explain that each batch has a number that can be traced back to the patient and if there was any complications they would need to know
exactly what batch they had taken.
From my limited understanding this would be the same for any medicine - you can't necessarily ascribe a conspiracy angle solely on that - although I
also am very suspicious of the entire Swine Flu debacle and I personally would just hide away with good food and vitamins (and whiskey - I know it
won't help the immune system but try to prey it out of my weak flu ridden hands and I will sneeze on you!!!) and let my body fight it - if I die I
[edit on 7/1/2010 by Now_Then]