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(Google)   59 out of 80 dead as Ebola makes another run at the gates. Sleep tight   ( divider line
    More: Scary, ebola, protective equipment, Guinean, Doctors Without Borders, World Health Organisation  
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2014-03-23 07:17:35 PM  

LesserEvil: Newsflash from Madagascar:

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you don't have any friends in real life, do you?
2014-03-23 09:17:47 PM  

machoprogrammer: Since Ebola is a virus, if one survives, are they then resistant to that strain?


I watched a doc on pbs as a kid. Showed an ebola outbreak and the effort to find the cause and cure.

Totally blew my mind. Town of 200k people, no running water, no electricity. The scientists were walking through the forest in full biohazard suits, while the native people, barefoot, barely clothed, looked on bemusedly.

There were two survivors, and some of the European drs decided to draw their blood and inject it into the infected patients.

The other researchers were horrified, but if i remember correctly, they were able to cure a few people with injection of the blood.
2014-03-23 11:01:32 PM  
Uh-oh.   They are saying 8 of the healthcare workers have died and it has spread to the capital... it al-conakry-with-at-least-59-deaths.html
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