H1N1 Swine Flu No Worse Than Seasonal Flu and Mildest in ChildrenWed Sep 16, 2009 11:13pm EDT
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The death rate from the pandemic H1N1 swine flu is likely lower than earlier estimates.
New estimates suggest that the death rate compares to a moderate year of seasonal influenza, and is mildest in children said Dr Marc Lipsitch Professor of Epidemiology at the Harvard Faculty of Public Health
Dr. Lipsitch told a meeting of flu experts being held by the U.S. Institute of Medicine. from 0.007 percent to 0.045 percent.
Either way, having new information about how many people were infected and did not become severely ill or die makes the pandemic look very mild, he said.
Dr. Eisenstein's Comments:
Kudos to Amy Carson and all of the members from MAM for exposing the H1N1 Vaccine nonsense.
No one knows what treatment will be effective against the H1N1 Flu. However, the data from Dr. Norris and now Dr. Campbell are very compelling, that Vitamin D will be protective for H1N1.
To lower your families incidence of colds and flu this winter and to lower your probability of Swine Flu, start by measuring their vitamin D levels, keep it above 50ng/ml and by giving the whole family daily probiotics and vitamin D.
Vaccines--Where Did We Go Wrong? Article Headline
Stephanie Cave, M.D. M.S. FAAFP, will present on vaccines and the dramatic increases we see in brain and autoimmune diseases such as autism, asthma, ADHD, childhood diabetes, learning disabilities, allergies and others. Dr. Cave received an M.S. in clinical chemistry in 1978 and an M.D. in 1983 from LSU Medical School. She is board certified in family medicine and has been in private practice for 23 years. She is on the clinical faculty of LSU Medical School. Dr. Cave has treated over 10000 children in the autism spectrum in the past 13 years. She testified in a Congressional Hearing about the mercury in vaccines in 2000 and has authored a book, What Your Doctor May Not Tell You About Children's Vaccinations (revision due to be published in early 2010). Dr. Cave has traveled and spoken on autism and vaccines for the past 13 years.