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Deadliest Ebola Outbreak in History Death Toll Climbs Over 1,500
At least 1,552 people have died in West Africa as the deadliest Ebola outbreak in history continues to accelerate, the World Health Organization has said.
There have been 3,069 cases of Ebola in total across Guinea, Liberia, Nigeria and Sierra Leone, the latest update on Thursday revealed, and warned that more than 40 percent of the total cases have occurred within the past 21 days.
BBC's West Africa correspondent Thomas Fessy reported that the unprecedented outbreak "is out of control as medical agencies struggle to cope with the increasing number of cases on the ground and continue to face hostility from communities in certain affected areas."...
besides the invasion of illnesses americans are dealing with, like mercury induced illness from mercury fillings??
there's the obvious mindset of helplessness. so we must wait for the magic mystery "serum", the great scientists who brought us the swine flu vaccine hoax of the 70's, meanwhile there are things that do kill that kind of virus and are available?...
just to give an example, as we are told nothing can help viruses, look at how gov studies show otherwise....
"Dr. Theresa Deisher, a PhD in Molecular and Cellular Physiology from Stanford University, the first person to discover adult cardiac derived stem cells, determined that residual human fetal DNA fragments in vaccines may be one of the causes of autism in children through vaccination."
....because so many of the vaccines were developed from tissue of aborted fetuses.... while these realities continue on, we are supposed to worried about the what ifs?
I don't know if Uni. of Nebr. Medical Center might consider this a mixed a blessing in having their very own Ebola patient, since the spotlight is on them if they can save a patient of a disease which has a horrific death rate.
They said that the government is trying out the different sites (four nationally and Omaha the biggest) to see how they function. I'm sure University Nebraska Medical Center in Omaha will be quite capable to handle this problem.