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CDC Confirms First Ebola Case Diagnosed In The US, In Dallas Hospital

As experts (as opposed to President Obama) had warned, the probability of Ebola coming to the US is around 20% by year-end. So it should not be a total surprise that: *CDC CONFIRMS FIRST EBOLA CASE DIAGNOSED IN THE UNITED … Continue reading

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Dallas hospital is evaluating patient for possible Ebola

A patient admitted by Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas has been placed in strict isolation and is being evaluated for a potential Ebola infection “based on the patient’s symptoms and recent travel history,” the hospital said in a statement. … Continue reading

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Experimental Ebola vaccine to be injected into humans en masse beginning this January: WHO

The United Nations isn’t letting a good crisis go to waste, having recently endorsed the use of untested, experimental Ebola vaccines being rushed to market as this is typed. Agence France-Presse reports that the vaccines, which are bypassing the normal … Continue reading

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Possible Ebola Patient Arrives at U.S. NIH Lab

An American doctor who was exposed to the Ebola virus in Sierra Leone checked in to the National Institutes of Health hospital Sunday for experimental testing and possible isolation and treatment, the NIH said. The doctor, who hasn’t been identified, … Continue reading

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Ebola death toll in West Africa hits 3,000: WHO

The World Health Organization (WHO) has announced that the death toll from the Ebola epidemic in West Africa has now risen to over 3,000. The WHO said on Friday that at least 3,091 out of 6,574 probable, suspected and confirmed … Continue reading

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How Ebola cases have grown since March

The number of infections in western Africa’s Ebola outbreak has reached almost 6,000, making it by far the worst in the history of the disease. Now experts estimate infections could quadruple to 21,000 by the end of October and reach … Continue reading

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3D Bioprinter Creates ‘Living Bandage’ Skin Grafts to Treat Burn Victims

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Join Exercise STABLE PHANTOM (Ebola Outbreak)

Sam Culper III Exercise STABLE PHANTOM is the name of our effort to come together as a community and practice intelligence collection and analysis with real-world implications.  I’ve been running this blog for a number of years trying to catch … Continue reading

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Army Medical Publications

TB MED 1 6/15/1981 Storage, Preservation, Packaging, Packing, Maintenance, and Surveillance of Material; Medical Activities PDF TB MED 3 3/31/1988 AMEDD End Stage Renal Disease Standards of Practice PDF TB MED 4 6/16/2003 DOD Human-Animal Bond Principles and Guidelines PDF … Continue reading

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Sierra Leone’s Ebola lockdown likely to be extended; testing reveals dozens of new cases

A three-day lockdown in Sierra Leone aimed at stemming the worst Ebola epidemic on record has identified dozens of new infections, but has not reached everyone in the country and is likely to be extended, a senior official said on Sunday. In one of the … Continue reading

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Ezekiel Emanuel: We Should Die at 75

Ezekiel Emanuel is one of the nation’s premier Obamacarians. He has the president’s ear. He is for health care rationing. And now, he wants us to die at 75. He doesn’t put it quite like that, writing in the first person. But … Continue reading

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Obama: It’s for the Children

The pResident’s open border and distribution of illegal aliens has now infected 20 states with EV-D68. As the article below states, children are most affected by the enterovirus. And yet there is no public outcry from the medical community. Or … Continue reading

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WHO: Ebola crisis “unparalleled in modern times”

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Mathematical Model Shows How Ebola Will Spread: “Worse Case Scenario… An Extinction Event”

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According to CDC director Tom Frieden, the ‘window of opportunity’ for stopping the spread of Ebola is closing rapidly. In July, as the virus surged across west African borders, Frieden downplayed its potential to reach U.S. shores. “It is not … Continue reading

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CDC issues Ebola checklist: ‘Now is the time to prepare’

h/t James C ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ This checklist is incomplete. In order to prevent additional pandemics in our country, we have to remove the source of the infections: Obama. Will the government consider this a threat on the pResident’s life? The real … Continue reading

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Containment Is Not Possible, Ebola Is Already Airborne

Some of the nation’s top infectious disease experts worry that one of the deadliest viruses on the planet could mutate and be transmitted just by a mere cough or a sneeze. Michael Osterholm, the director of the Center for Infectious … Continue reading

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What We’re Afraid to Say About Ebola

The Ebola epidemic in West Africa has the potential to alter history as much as any plague has ever done. There have been more than 4,300 cases and 2,300 deaths over the past six months. Last week, the World Health Organization … Continue reading

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Obama: Let the Plagues Begin

A rare respiratory illness that’s sickened more than a thousand kids in 10 states is likely to spread all across the United States, ABC News reported, citing doctors. More from ABC News: The disease hasn’t been officially identified in every … Continue reading

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16 Apocalyptic Quotes From Global Health Officials About This Horrific Ebola Epidemic

Ebola continues to spread an an exponential rate.  According to the World Health Organization, 40 percent of all Ebola cases have happened in just the last three weeks.  At this point, the official numbers tell us that approximately 3,500 people … Continue reading

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“World Is Losing Battle To Contain Ebola Epidemic,” MSF Warns Response “Lethally Inadequate”

The CDC’s worst nightmare is coming true. Despite reassurances from the government that it was ‘contained’, the Ebola outbreak in Nigeria is accelerating fast. Health Minister Chukwu said that 17 had now been infected and 271 were under surveillance (including most horrifyingly, … Continue reading

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CDC director raises Ebola alarm

The Ebola outbreak in West Africa is much worse than official figures show, and other countries are unintentionally making it harder to control, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Director Tom Frieden told CNN Tuesday. “We’ve seen outbreaks of Ebola … Continue reading

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WHO Worker Ebola Infections Mount: Sierra Leone Lab Shut, Senegal Doctor Flown To Hamburg

There is reason to be concerned “about whether the proposed resources would be adequate,” warns a Harvard professor as the World Health Organization ‘battle strategy’ draft calls for more than $430 million to bring the worst Ebola outbreak on record … Continue reading

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Shoot on sight’ orders given to contain Ebola outbreak

As panic grows from the current Ebola outbreak, which began in Africa and continues to ravage scores of people on the continent, authorities are becoming more resolute in preventing its spread, even adopting extreme measures that involve armed force. As … Continue reading

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Unprecedented number of medical staff infected with Ebola

The outbreak of Ebola virus disease in west Africa is unprecedented in many ways, including the high proportion of doctors, nurses, and other health care workers who have been infected. To date, more than 240 health care workers have developed … Continue reading

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Ebola crisis: Liberian troops impose slum quarantine

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SouthernPrepper1: How to protect yourself from Ebola for $10

Unfortunately, here is the reality from Watcher: These are appropriate PPE kit suggestions for many contagious infectious diseases, but Ebola is not one of them, to prevent cross contact contamination. Tyvek suits and paper fiber N95 to N100 masks will … Continue reading

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Why Ebola Will Not Be Contained

MONROVIA, Liberia — Liberian officials fear Ebola could soon spread through the capital’s largest slum after residents raided a quarantine center for suspected patients and took items including blood-stained sheets and mattresses. The violence in the West Point slum occurred … Continue reading

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WHO: Evidence shows Ebola crisis ‘vastly’ underestimated

The magnitude of the Ebola crisis in West Africa is “vastly” underestimated, the World Health Organization warned this week, as the death toll steadily climbed. Ebola has infected at least 2,127 people in Nigeria, Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone since … Continue reading

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Will An Ebola Panic Be Used As An Excuse To Put Large Numbers Of Americans In Camps?

By Michael Snyder Now even the mainstream media is admitting that during an Ebola panic “people could be detained for long periods, merely on a suspicion they might have been exposed to some pathogen.”  As you will read about below, … Continue reading

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Ebola Twenty-one questions about Ebola: government propaganda, medical corruption and bioweapons experiments

Something’s fishy about the official stories we’re being told on Ebola. Things don’t add up, which is why I’m posing these twenty-one important questions we should all be considering: #1) How can U.S. health authorities claim there is zero risk … Continue reading

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Ebola’s spread to US is ‘inevitable’ says CDC chief

“It is certainly possible that we could have ill people in the US who develop Ebola after having been exposed elsewhere,” Frieden told a hearing of the House Subcommittee on Africa, Global Health, Global Human Rights and International Organizations. “We … Continue reading

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Nigeria Declares State Of Emergency: “Everyone In The World Is At Risk” From Ebola, CDC Issues Level 1 “All-Hands Call”

With over 932 dead, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has issued its highest level alert for an all-hands on deck response to the crisis in West Africa (that is spreading across the world). While President Obama proclaimed we are … Continue reading

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Ebola Deaths Go Exponential; Nigeria Demands Experimental Drug From US, Saudi Death First In Arab World

he official Ebola death toll is now at 932 with over 1,700 reported cases but as the WHO reports, in the last 48 hours, deaths and cases have exploded (48 and 108 respectively). As the charts below show, this epidemic … Continue reading

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CDC Getting Dozens Of Calls ‘About People Who Are Ill After Traveling In Africa’

Should we be alarmed that the CDC has received “several dozen calls” from hospitals around the country “about people who are ill after traveling in Africa”?  As you will read about below, a lot more Ebola testing has been going … Continue reading

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Why Is the CDC Lying about Ebola?

Eight people who came in contact with Patrick Sawyer on an air flight to Lagos, Nigeria are showing signs of Ebola. The mode of transmission can only be attributed to an airborne vector. But the CDC continues to state that … Continue reading

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“Ebola Is A Plague”; Bodies Dumped On Streets; Nigerian Nurse Dies: Full Ebola Epidemic Roundup

The latest daily news roundup surrounding the ever-worsening Ebola epidemic. Bodies dumped in streets as West Africa struggles to curb Ebola Relatives of Ebola victims in Liberia defied government orders and dumped infected bodies in the streets as West African … Continue reading

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AMERICA’S EBOLA RESPONSE IS ‘MADNESS’

This is the first of a series of columns on the Ebola epidemic by radio talk-show host Michael Savage, who has a Ph.D. in epidemiology. The madness of Ebola is only matched by the madness of America. Let’s start with … Continue reading

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“Ebola Spins Out Of Control”

Here are the latest news on the worst Ebola epidemic in history. Ebola death toll rises to 826 as outbreak spins out of control Second American with Ebola to return Tuesday Doctor in Nigeria’s largest city of Lagos tests positive … Continue reading

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Ebola in England?

Gatwick Airport is located 2.7 nautical miles north of the centre of Crawley, West Sussex, and 29.5 miles south of Central London. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Woman dies after flying to Gatwick from Ebola hit Sierra Leone A woman has died after landing … Continue reading

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21 Things to Survive a Pandemic

Pandemic Survival List 5 gallons of liquid bleach per person of the household to sanitize everything 4 boxes of latex gloves (different sizes for every member of the household) 40 N95 masks for every member of the household Antibacterial soap … Continue reading

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