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Default LONDON BIRD FLU ALERT! (H5N1 Avian Flu)

BIRD FLU ALERT! (H5N1 Avian Flu):

WARNING: "The World Health Organization says a pandemic of bird flu is
inevitable and could cause 50,000 deaths in the UK."
news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/health/4699699.stm

"Professor John Oxford, a leading UK expert, said the virus had broken
down the "final door" which prevented it being spread between people."

"it is likely there will be more cases where the virus is passed from
human to human."

"Scientists have said a woman who died of bird flu probably contracted
the disease from her daughter."

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/health/4215659.stm

"avian flu will inevitably be spread to the UK"
http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk/4184346.stm

UK: "The UK government is to stockpile two million doses of vaccine to
combat bird flu amid warnings of a global pandemic."

USA: "Mass production of a new vaccine that scientists believe could
protect against an avian flu outbreak could begin as early as
mid-September"
www.cnn.com/2005/HEALTH/08/07/birdflu.vaccine.ap

USA: "US health officials will order millions of doses of an
experimental avian flu vaccine, even before the shots have been tested
in two critical populations"
www.newsday.com/news/health/
ny-hs4376451aug09,0,4299930.story?coll=ny-health-headlines

"The UK government has warned that, without measures to contain an
outbreak, 50,000 people in the UK could die."
http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/health/4135246.stm

"Tamiflu, made by Swiss firm Roche, works by reducing the symptoms and
the risk of a carrier passing on the virus. WHO director general
Jong-wook Lee said he hoped even more could be stockpiled in the
future. Many developed countries, including Britain, have already said
they will stockpile the antiviral drug."
http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/health/4135246.stm

The general public will not be issued with drugs or breathing
protection. There will be a shortage of both, fuelled by panic buying,
when the outbreak hits Western Europe and the United States, which
experts agree it definitely will. If you want to protect yourself and
your family then you have to act now.

There have been other disease outbreaks. But never this panic about
sudden mutation into highly infectious human pandemics. Do they know
something about the H5N1 Bird Flu virus that they are not telling us?

"AMID ominous signs that H5N1 bird flu is acquiring the ability to
spread more readily among people, many health authorities are pinning
their hopes on Tamiflu, the only available antiviral drug known to
block the replication of the virus. But can the drug really help stop
an emerging flu pandemic?

Even if efforts to develop a vaccine are successful (New Scientist, 26
March, p 10), it could take many months to produce the billions of
doses needed in the event of a pandemic. By then it might be too late.
So in the meantime, the World Health Organization is stepping up its
efforts to acquire a massive stockpile of Tamiflu (oseltamivir)..."

The H5N1 bird flu, whose known human death toll has now reached 32, has
made its first foray outside Asia. It turned up at Brussels airport
last week in a pair of eagles smuggled from Thailand, and caused one
human infection.

http://www.newscientist.com/article/mg18625023.100.html
http://www.newscientist.com/article.ns?id=dn6575

You can get 'Tamiflu' - which helps prevent flu and lessen its impact
if taken before infection - online. (Do a search on Google.)


http://onlinepharmashop.com/product_...roducts_id=154 ($50)

(Another good antiviral 'Relenza' is also available online.)

Vira 38 is a controversial rival Bird Flu antiviral but this page also
has some valuable tips on avoiding bird flu:

http://www.prbpharmaceuticals.com/order/vira38.asp

(NB: Tamiflu is more widely respected as an anti-avian flu drug.)

You can also get protective PFR (Particulate Filter Respirator)
surgical masks from hospital suppliers such as Universal Hospital
Supplies in Southgate:

http://www.uhs.co.uk/general/contact.htm

Last edited by kevin : June 4th 13 at 09:04 AM

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Default LONDON BIRD FLU ALERT! (H5N1 Avian Flu)

We're all DOOMED, DOOMED I SAY

Terrorism London wrote:
BIRD FLU ALERT! (H5N1 Avian Flu):

WARNING: "The World Health Organization says a pandemic of bird flu is
inevitable and could cause 50,000 deaths in the UK."
news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/health/4699699.stm

"Professor John Oxford, a leading UK expert, said the virus had broken
down the "final door" which prevented it being spread between people."

"it is likely there will be more cases where the virus is passed from
human to human."

"Scientists have said a woman who died of bird flu probably contracted
the disease from her daughter."

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/health/4215659.stm

"avian flu will inevitably be spread to the UK"
http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk/4184346.stm

UK: "The UK government is to stockpile two million doses of vaccine to
combat bird flu amid warnings of a global pandemic."

USA: "Mass production of a new vaccine that scientists believe could
protect against an avian flu outbreak could begin as early as
mid-September"
www.cnn.com/2005/HEALTH/08/07/birdflu.vaccine.ap

USA: "US health officials will order millions of doses of an
experimental avian flu vaccine, even before the shots have been tested
in two critical populations"
www.newsday.com/news/health/
ny-hs4376451aug09,0,4299930.story?coll=ny-health-headlines

"The UK government has warned that, without measures to contain an
outbreak, 50,000 people in the UK could die."
http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/health/4135246.stm

"Tamiflu, made by Swiss firm Roche, works by reducing the symptoms and
the risk of a carrier passing on the virus. WHO director general
Jong-wook Lee said he hoped even more could be stockpiled in the
future. Many developed countries, including Britain, have already said
they will stockpile the antiviral drug."
http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/health/4135246.stm

The general public will not be issued with drugs or breathing
protection. There will be a shortage of both, fuelled by panic buying,
when the outbreak hits Western Europe and the United States, which
experts agree it definitely will. If you want to protect yourself and
your family then you have to act now.

There have been other disease outbreaks. But never this panic about
sudden mutation into highly infectious human pandemics. Do they know
something about the H5N1 Bird Flu virus that they are not telling us?

"AMID ominous signs that H5N1 bird flu is acquiring the ability to
spread more readily among people, many health authorities are pinning
their hopes on Tamiflu, the only available antiviral drug known to
block the replication of the virus. But can the drug really help stop
an emerging flu pandemic?

Even if efforts to develop a vaccine are successful (New Scientist, 26
March, p 10), it could take many months to produce the billions of
doses needed in the event of a pandemic. By then it might be too late.
So in the meantime, the World Health Organization is stepping up its
efforts to acquire a massive stockpile of Tamiflu (oseltamivir)..."

The H5N1 bird flu, whose known human death toll has now reached 32, has
made its first foray outside Asia. It turned up at Brussels airport
last week in a pair of eagles smuggled from Thailand, and caused one
human infection.

http://www.newscientist.com/article/mg18625023.100.html
http://www.newscientist.com/article.ns?id=dn6575

You can get 'Tamiflu' - which helps prevent flu and lessen its impact
if taken before infection - online. (Do a search on Google.)


http://onlinepharmashop.com/product_...roducts_id=154 ($50)

(Another good antiviral 'Relenza' is also available online.)

Vira 38 is a controversial rival Bird Flu antiviral but this page also
has some valuable tips on avoiding bird flu:

http://www.prbpharmaceuticals.com/order/vira38.asp

(NB: Tamiflu is more widely respected as an anti-avian flu drug.)

You can also get protective PFR (Particulate Filter Respirator)
surgical masks from hospital suppliers such as Universal Hospital
Supplies in Southgate:

http://www.uhs.co.uk/general/contact.htm

Last edited by kevin : June 4th 13 at 09:04 AM
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Terrorism London wrote:

http://onlinepharmashop.com/product_...roducts_id=154 ($50)


This website is most likely a scam! It was set up just a few weeks ago,
and the domain holder is

Domain Name.......... onlinepharmashop.com
Creation Date........ 2005-08-06
Registration Date.... 2005-08-06
Expiry Date.......... 2006-08-06
Organisation Name.... Cigdem Aksoy
Organisation Address. Burj el Arab
Organisation Address. King Suite
Organisation Address. Dubai
Organisation Address. 6676543
Organisation Address. non us
Organisation Address. UNITED ARAB EMIRATES

Admin Name........... Zehra Kocak
Admin Address........ Burj El Arab
Admin Address........ King Suite
Admin Address........ Dubai
Admin Address........ 6676543
Admin Address........ non us
Admin Address........ UNITED ARAB EMIRATES
Admin Email..........
Admin Phone.......... +90.6666666666
Admin Fax............

Tech Name............ YahooDomains TechContact
Tech Address......... 701 First Ave.
Tech Address.........
Tech Address......... Sunnyvale
Tech Address......... 94089
Tech Address......... CA
Tech Address......... UNITED STATES
Tech Email...........

Tech Phone........... +1.6198813096
Tech Fax............. +1.6198813010
Name Server.......... ns1.thecpanel.com
Name Server.......... ns2.thecpanel.com


Would you trust a website that's just been set up in the United Arab
Emirates?

Bruno

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Old August 30th 05, 02:49 PM posted to uk.transport.london
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oups.com...

Would you trust a website that's just been set up in the United Arab
Emirates?


Well, the Burj Al Arab, where the guy is pretending he lives, is one of the
top five hotels in the world...

http://www.burj-al-arab.com/

....although he *has* spelt it wrong!

Ian







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