On 10/8/2014 9:29 AM, Share Long sharelon...@yahoo.com [FairfieldLife]
Richard, as you commented about ebola, these outbreaks are likely to
be politicized fairly quickly, which can hamper dealing with them as
diseases. One article I read said that it likely will fade out as
autumn progresses. Meanwhile, I hope you and Rita are taking a little
colloidal silver every day.
/Apparently the patient in Dallas has not received the same medications
as the other two Americans ///with the Ebola /in the U.S. Go figure.
/"It's better to be accused of overreacting than to not take all the
measures," he told reporters in Geneva."
"Virus Pioneer Says 'You Can't Overprotect' Against Ebola"
On Wednesday, October 8, 2014 7:56 AM, "'Richard J. Williams'
pundits...@gmail.com [FairfieldLife]" <FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com>
/So, the D-68 enterovirus is claiming lives around the country and
some people are concerned, asking the important questions. Where did
the virus originate and how did we get it? You'd think there would be
information on about this on FFL, right? //
//Just One Minute: "Didn’t we have an influx of central American
children to the US this summer? Weren’t there concerns about diseases
spreading in the holding camps? Weren’t the children dispersed all
across this great nation? My initial guess was that since Texas was
not showing up as one the early states with an outbreak, the disease
was less likely to be associated with immigrants."/ - Tom Maguire
The CDC has just one job!
/"You had one job!" is the punchline on a popular Internet meme
involving organizational screw-ups. Now critics are saying something
similar about the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in
response the agency's handling of the Ebola outbreak."/ - Glenn
/"...there are a million people in isolation, in quarantine, because
of Ebola, and ten thousand passengers leave West Africa every single
day. It’s just a matter of time before this disease is carried to
every corner of the world."/
/Addressing the important issues://
//According to Tom Frieden, the director of the Centers for Disease
Control and Prevention, we must be "relentless" in stopping the
spread of ebola in West Africa. After all, after all is said and
done here, that is the only way to truly and completely protect the
health security of America -- and the world. By January there could
be millions of people infected with the virus. //
Asking the important questions:
//Who is going to spend the money to keep this epidemic contained
so that it doesn't turn into a pandemic? How much would it cost to
invent a vaccine? How will military units on the ground have the
discipline, the will and the resources to mobilize tomorrow, build
treatment centers really fast and deliver the care and medicine
//The U.S. has boots are on the ground in Iraq and Afghanistan and
now 3,600 troops are being sent into Liberia to help manage the
crises. How many boots on the ground and how much money will it
take to defeat ISIS and the Ebola?/
'Pentagon Sending 600 More Military Personnel to Fight Ebola in Africa'
'Ebola virus: Pandemic should be treated 'the same way' as threat
posed by nuclear weapons, security officials say'
'Five blunders US made in treating country's first Ebola patient'
/"For anyone paying attention, the long-brewing crisis hardly came
out of nowhere."/
'We Screwed Up On Ebola, And Now The Crisis Is Getting Much Worse'