Can I buy swine flu drugs on internet? Just Joan CATCH UP ON JUST JOAN ONLINE www.dailyrecord.co.uk/joanburnie.
Q I'VE always been terrified of illness and haven't had a good night's sleep since this swine flu arrived.
I want to wear a mask, but I knew people would laugh at me at my work.
So I went to my GP who knows I have had problems with stress in the past and asked for medicine, but she wouldn't give it to me.
She said there was no need, but surely there's every need? That's how we got rid of smallpox by giving everyone a jag. I also feel the Government is lying to us and that thousands are going to die.
I read you could buy Tamiflu via the internet. Can you tell me if this is illegal?
A WHETHER it's illegal or not isn't the point - it's dangerous to buy ANY drug via the internet.
You've no idea what's in it.
Just because it's sold as Viagra or Tamiflu to people doesn't mean it is.
If you're seriously worried about your health, you won't touch anything like that with the proverbial.
Apart from that this country is better stocked than most with the anti viral drug and those who need it will get it when and if it's necessary.
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|Date:||Jul 14, 2009|
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