Commentary: Stocking up on Tamiflu not likely to be effective

As avian flu fears rise, many are wondering if they should prepare themselves by stocking up on antiviral drugs such as Tamiflu, but the drugs are not likely to be very effective in the hands of individuals. It's not certain what an effective dose for the drug is, and people are only protected for as long as they take the drug, writes Wall Street Journal columnist Tara Parker-Pope.

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