“We are limited by what is recorded into FAERS,” Hoffman points out. “If a safety concern takes years to manifest after a drug’s approval we will not see those reports until they are filed.”
If I ever get bitten by an animal I will look into the effectiveness of the rabies vaccine but until then my thoughts are the body can heal itself if you make it healthy. This is done by diet.
Dr. Bergman says you can get your health back in 60 days. Gives his program a try for 60 days and see if it works. You have nothing to lose but your MS.
jerrygallow wrote:at first I read this paper with great interest, then I realized they called Tysabri safe, and Copaxone dangerous (because people have temporary reactions). If you look at their determination, it's nothing more than a list of how long the drug has been in use. The oldest ones have the worst record and the newest ones are the "safest". hogwash. How many people have died from Rebif? How many have died from Tysabri? I think Tysabri has killed closed to two hundred people, (and the documented cases are arguably grossly deficient). I don't think the shots have that kind of death rate. Aubagio shreds your liver. Gilenya can stop your heart. But those are safer. I don't buy it.
are you reading his posts? during the two weeks you say i have to start, i will consume fruits and veggies and be cured.HarryZ wrote:Then you better determine this very quickly because if the animal is rabid, you have about 2 weeks to start on the vaccine or else you have an 80% chance of dying!
]are you reading his posts? during the two weeks you say i have to start, i will consume fruits and veggies and be cured.
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