by Melissa Dykes
It is being reported in foreign press outlets that Japanese researchers have created the world’s first drug which can cure a person of the flu — any flu — in just one day. It reportedly has the ability to stop the spread of flu viruses in the human body instantly.
Note, this was translated into English:
This drug inhibits the virus and prevents it from spreading throughout the body, as well as bacteria to multiply in the future...
In Japan, they organized clinical trials and the drug was tested on volunteers, showing a high degree of its effectiveness ... The researchers stressed that the effectiveness of the drug can be fully verified in the winter influenza epidemic.
The drug’s release is scheduled for 2018.
Of course, sadly, we probably won’t see or hear anything about it here in America.
Because the flu is a $1.6 billion industry in this country and it can’t make that much money if its cured in a single day, now can it? Let’s be honest. The pharmaceutical-industrial complex is based on prolonged suffering, not cures. Flu shots are big business for big pharma, even though they admittedly don’t really work that well.