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Demand for Tamiflu Growing

Demand for Tamiflu Growing

Calgary, AB (PRWEB) October 17, 2005 -- Avian Flu, also known
as the Bird Flu virus that has led to the slaughter of millions of birds, mostly in Asia, but also in parts of Europe, has raised fears that it will mutate to spread easily from person to person, in a form of a pandemic.

Some governments and health organizations are stockpiling the anti-flu vaccine Tamiflu in a prepared response to any outbreaks. Tamiflu produced by Roche Holding is used for reducing the chance of getting the flu in people age 13 and older who have a higher chance fo getting the flu because they spend time with someone who has the flu. Tamiflu can also reduce the chance of getting the flu if there is a flu outbreak occurs in the community.

Phone calls and orders for the drug Tamiflu has increased dramatically over the past week, causing some shortages of the drug. One Discount Pharmacy named CanadaMedicineCompany.com (www.CanadaMedicinecompany.com) who can sell the drug for much less than other large U.S. based pharmacies says they still have a good supply of Tamiflu available. While some other pharmacies are having problems getting the medication.

The probability that the virus will create a pandemic is uncertain. But many people have decided to try to minimize their risk by asking their Doctors’ about the anti-viral medication Tamilflu. Many Doctors have joined in recommending the vaccine for their patients. CanadaMedicineCompany.com will work with you to make sure you get the supply you need.

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