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Message Subject <<Advancing Bird Flu-H5N1...Now following the MERS approaching PANDEMIC: it is now here>>>
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The following excerpt is from an article out of Indonesia and translated into English. The link is to the original Indo source. Here the Health Minister indicates the more recently the death rate from H5N1 has reached 80% of infected cases.
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Indonesia Health Minister Suspected Bird Flu Immune Drug

Author: Cornelius Eko SusantoJumat, January 20, 2012 22:47 pm
[link to www.mediaindonesia.com]

JAKARTA - MICOM: Health Minister Endang Rahayu Sedyaningsih suspect in Indonesia has occurred the possibility of resistance (drug resistance) to the drug oseltamivir.

The hypothesis was made based on the presence of some positive victims of bird flu in Indonesia are still died despite oseltamivir have been given early.

"I suspect that the oseltamivir resistance has occurred in Indonesia. That is why the death rate of bird flu patients here reaches more than 80% when oseltamivir was given,"said Minister of Health at a press conference after the ministerial coordination meeting to discuss bird flu on Friday (20 / 1), in Jakarta. He said, there may exist a specific gene in the H5N1 virus in Indonesia that caused the H5N1 virus in Indonesia is more virulent than the H5N1 virus that is in another country.
 Quoting: EMA 10322687


Thanks for all that EMA, very informative and also excellent research.

I had heard that Tamiflu might be losing it sting and THAT is also very worrying, we dont have much else available in the case of viral infection.

Also, Im unaware of any vaccines for H5N1 yet either.

I know when SARS got going there was a good 3 or so months before a vaccine could be prepared for that, so Id expect similar timeframes for H5N1, which by then might be too late!
 
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