Learn how to make colloidal silver; get a pair of .9999 silver pieces for absolute purity, use a old printer power supply w/ cord splice the plug end, wire two alligator clips rig it up to a pyrex or glass container that can contain enough spring water plus allow the electrodes to hang. Zap the water for a half hour and drink. Article and link below.
Flu Pandemic Ahead: Common strain of Influenza has become resistant to Oseltamivir
Pandemic Influenza: The Inside Story. Nicholls H, PLoS Biology Vol. 4/2/2006, e50. Beginning in 2006, oseltamivir was one of just two recommended anti-viral agents used for the treatment or prevention of influenza. But new research from the CDC, reported in JAMA, finds that one strain of the illness is becoming increasingly resistant to this frequently prescribed medicine. During the 2007-2008 flu season, the CDC found that 12.6% of the influenza A H1N1 viruses tested were resistant to oseltamivir. During the current season, approximately 98.5%, of influenza A (H1N1) viruses tested (to date) were resistant to oseltamivir. Such news are bad because pandemic avian influenza could be on its way to conquer the world - and a mixture between avian and human strains would result in the long expected virological disaster. by Vlad Dan Georgescu and Marita Vollborn
First deaths in Asia concerned little children, which from virological point of view is a rather new aspect, and could be the evidence for a new spread. While scientists expect this pandemic to happen in the near future, the President Barack Obama should stay alert as another aspect gety its own dynamics: A coming influenza pandemic would deteriorate the global economy even without financial crisis or recession.
First evidence for the global threat comes from China, where a 2 year old girl has been confirmed to be infected with bird flu in the northern Shanxi Province, as government officials said a few weeks ago. The child was found ill on 7th of January in the central Hunan province - the little patient still is in critical condition. According to the test result of the Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention, the girl had been tested positive for the H5N1 strain of avian influenza.
On the other site of the globe, the Ministry of Health and Population of Egypt announced a new human case of avian influenza A(H5N1) virus infection last week, the case being a 21 month old girl Kerdasa District.
“Infection with the H5N1 avian influenza virus was diagnosed by PCR at the Egyptian Central Public Health Laboratory and subsequently confirmed by the U. S. Naval Medical Research Unit No. 3 (NAMRU-3) laboratories”, reports the special wire PROMED. According to PROMED, investigations into the source of her infection indicate a recent history of contact with sick and dead poultry - 23 similar cases in Egypt have been fatal up to date.
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