The highly regarded British Medical Journal (BMJ) has questions on the effectiveness of the Tamiflu vaccine.
The makers of Tamiflu claim the vaccine prevents people from getting the flu or having the extreme complications associated with influenza.
BMJ claims that there is absolutely no scientific evidence that the vaccine is effective. Government officials across the globe have stockpiled Tamiflu, in an effort to avoid a massive influenza outbreak.
Peter Gotzsche, a researcher for the BMJ said, “I suggest we boycott Roche’s products until they publish missing Tamiflu data. We do have substantive evidence it can stop or hinder progression to severe disease like pneumonia.”
Fiona Godlee, editor in chief of BMJ stated, “Roche has stonewalled, variously pleading patient or commercial confidentiality, or claiming that sufficient data have already been provided. This means that tax payers in the United Kingdom and around the world have spent billions of dollars stockpiling a drug for which no one except the manufacturer has seen the complete evidence base.”