First Ebola Spread in the U.S.

EBOLA

 Majid Ali, M.D.

 The first Ebola spread in the United States was reported on October 12, 2014. A nurse  who attended on Thomas Eric Duncan, a Liberian who first brought Ebola to the country, became sick with Ebola virus. Not unexpectedly, local and state officials in Texas, as well as federal officials scrambled to solve the mystery of the mechanics of the spread.

How Safe Is the Official Reassurance?

“Officials have emphasized that there is no risk of transmission from people who have been exposed to the virus but are not yet showing symptoms. Dr. Thomas R. Frieden, director of the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, said on Oct. 2 that the odds of contracting Ebola in the United States were extremely low.” The New York Times. October 13, 2014

Could This Change? Yes, It Could and Probably will.

 

“Officials have emphasized that there is no risk of transmission from people who have been exposed to the virus but are not yet showing symptoms. Dr. Thomas R. Frieden, director of the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, said on Oct. 2 that the odds of contracting Ebola in the United States were extremely low.” The New York Times. October 13, 2014



k Effective Oxygen Therapies for Hemorrhagic Viruses That Won’t Be Used for Ebola

*     Nature’s most effective weapon against dangerous viruses is oxygen.

*     Oxygen, hydrogen peroxide, ozone, nitric oxide, hyperbaric oxygen are  effective anti-viral therapies.

*    The most effective therapy for curdled blood (oxidative coagulopathy) and blood vessel injury is intravenous EDTA therapy With Vitamin C.

*    The above therapies yield superior results when integrated with robust  nutrient therapies and gentle bowel, blood, and liver detox measures.

Will the above therapies be used for treating Ebola?


   

How Does Ebola Virus Spread?

Ebola virus travels from people to people through body fluids. Examples: An Ebola victim’s blood or vomit enters in another person’s eyes, nose or mouth. Ebola does not cause respiratory symptoms initially. Yet, a cough from an infected person can carry the virus with saliva or bronchial secretion. Prolonged exposure to a victim within three feet without protective gear is considered to be direct contact. The virus of Ebola patients carries viral particles which also transmit the disease.

Ebola virus is resilient and survives for several hours on surfaces of articles in the vicinity of infected individuals. Dry surfaces like countertops, beds, toilets, and doorknobs are known to transmit the disease.



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