Iodine exhibits activity against bacteria, molds, yeasts, protozoa, and many viruses; indeed, of all antiseptic preparations suitable for direct use on humans and animals and upon tissues, only iodine is capable of killing all classes of pathogens: gram-positive and gram-negative bacteria, mycobacteria, fungi, yeasts, viruses and protozoa. Most bacteria are killed within 15 to 30 seconds of contact.
As public health officials struggle to track and contain a respiratory virus that has hospitalized hundreds of children across the U.S., there are now concerns that enteroovirus D68 may also cause paralysis in some cases and death in others. Samples collected from four patients who recently died have tested positive for enterovirus D68, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
The enterovirus is related to the common cold, and this strain has hit children hardest. Most only experience symptoms such as a runny nose, though a small percentage develop trouble breathing and have to be admitted to the intensive care unit. The possibility of paralysis adds another layer to the mystery around the virus as it has spread across the nation, and why it has caused such severe illness in so many children.
At Children’s Hospital Colorado, Dr. Chris Nyquist, the hospital’s director of infection prevention and control said, “The current virus that is circulating has no anti-viral medicine or vaccine so the common sense things are very important.” And what is more common sense then administering high dosages of magnesium chloride, sodium bicarbonate and iodine to fight infections?
It seems most doctors erroneously treat Ebola and other serious viral infections so that their patients end up in one of these boxes rather than follow common medical sense. With death rates so high one would think they would be looking for every medical option but they are not.
A new mosquito-borne illness is spreading across Latin America – victims describe this disease as “10 days of near unbearable pain.” An excruciating mosquito-borne illness called chikungunya arrived less than a year ago in the Americas is raging across the region, leaping from the Caribbean to the Central and South American mainland, and infecting more than 1 million people. Some cases already have emerged in the United States.
The disease is usually not fatal, but the epidemic has overwhelmed hospitals, cut economic productivity and caused its sufferers days of pain and misery and the count of victims is soaring. In El Salvador alone health officials report nearly 30,000 suspected cases, up from 2,300 at the beginning of August, and hospitals are filled with people with the telltale signs of the virus, including joint pain so severe it can be hard to walk.
Ebola Continues to Plague Our Worst Viral Nightmares
Of course, as everyone feared, we now find out that a Dallas hospital gave a man infected with Ebola antibiotics and sent him home – only for him to be admitted in critical condition two days later, it has been reported. Federal health officials later confirmed he has the first case of Ebola diagnosed in the US, but that is not the only threat facing the world’s populations.
Family members of the Dallas Ebola patient have been confined to home under armed guard. The unusual confinement was imposed after the family failed to comply with a request not to leave their apartment, according to Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins. Health and governmental officials have crossed a line of no return and will use Ebola to steal freedom at the point of a bayonet instead of facing that there are alternative methods of addressing Ebola.
Believe it or not the mainstream press is advertising to the world how to slip past airport security screenings making sure the virus will spread. “People who contract Ebola in West Africa can get through airport screenings and onto a plane with a lie and a lot of ibuprofen, according to healthcare experts.” The ibuprofen will lower body temperature.
Mortality rate climbing: Ebola virologist warns outbreak could lead to “the complete breakdown of society.” In Africa we also hear Red Cross team attacked while burying bodies and, “without a vaccine we may not be able to stop this epidemic,” warns a virologist. The attack is the most recent in a series that have plagued teams working to bury bodies safely, provide information about Ebola and disinfect public places.
The most shocking was the abduction and killing last week in Guinea of eight people, health workers educating people about Ebola and the journalists accompanying them. There is a lot of distrust with the medical industrial complex in the world. Not everyone buys what the World Health Organization and the Centers for Disease Control have to say about viruses.
CDC Director Tom Frieden has lost some of his marbles saying, “The only way we’re going to get to zero risk is by stopping the outbreak at the source. Even if we tried to close the border, it wouldn’t work. People have a right to return.” The CDC will have no problem handling the problem back at home at gun point.
Dr. Stefan Lanka, virologist and molecular biologist said, “So for a long time I studied virology, from the end to the beginning, from the beginning to the end, to be absolutely sure that there was no such thing as HIV. And it was easy for me to be sure about this because I realized that the whole group of viruses to which HIV is said to belong, the retroviruses — as well as other viruses which are claimed to be very dangerous — in fact do not exist at all.”
Dr. Lanka reminds us, “Those side effects which are noted on the instruction slips accompanying packages of Tamiflu are almost identical to the symptoms of serious influenza. Thus, on a large scale, medicines are now being stored which cause precisely the same symptoms as those which appear in an actual so-called influenza. If Tamiflu is administered to sick persons, then this is likely to cause far more serious symptoms than those of a serious influenza. If a pandemic is stated to exist, then many people will take this medicine at the same time. In that case we will actually have unequivocal symptoms of a Tamiflu epidemic. Then deaths caused by Tamiflu are to be expected, and this will then be presented as evidence of the dangerous nature of the bird (or now swine) flu.”
“We live with an uncountable number of retroviruses. They’re everywhere — and they probably have been here as long as the human race,” says Dr. Kary Mullis. Dr. Lanka adds, “It is being maintained that these short pieces of genetic material, which in the sense of genetics are not complete and which do not even suffice for defining a gene, together would make up the entire gene substance of an influenza virus.”
The viral story hit the mainstream when Harper Magazine (March 2006 issue) ran a 13-page article titled “Out of Control: AIDS and the Corruption of Medical Science,” which focused much attention on Dr. Peter Duesberg, a professor of molecular and cell biology at the University of California, Berkeley, and a leading AIDS dissident.
The orthodox view of HIV as a direct killer of human immune cells has been thrown out. How could HIV kill so many T cells if one could not detect significant numbers of free HIV in a patient’s blood? Dr. Peter Duesberg
Dr. Deusberg insists that there is no proof that HIV causes AIDS, and he is in a position to know. There are many hefty scientists and medical people around the world who do not believe a word from the CDC on AIDS. Most people do not know that it is almost impossible to isolate live virus from AIDS patients; a crucial point that Duesberg has been making for almost twenty years. “Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) is not the cause of AIDS because it fails to meet the postulates of Koch and Henle, as well as six cardinal rules of virology,” wrote Deusberg in HIV Is Not the Cause of AIDS.
There is a real possibility that Ebola could mutate into a virus that is as spreadable as the flu, one of the nation’s top Ebola researchers tells Newsmax Health, “I don’t want to be an alarmist, but the possibility of Ebola becoming an airborne virus clearly has to be taken into account,” said Dr. David Sanders, associate professor of biological sciences at Purdue University. “Ebola does share some of the characteristics of airborne viruses like influenza and we should not disregard the possibility of it evolving into something that could be transmitted in this way,” added Sanders, whose work on Ebola led to his participation in the U.S. Defense Threat Reduction Agency’s Biological Weapons Proliferation Prevention Program.
The Ebola virus spreads only through direct contact with bodily fluids, such as blood and vomit. But some of the nation’s top infectious disease experts worry that this deadly virus could mutate and be transmitted just by a cough or a sneeze. “It’s the single greatest concern I’ve ever had in my 40-year public health career,” said Dr. Michael Osterholm, director of the Center for Infectious Disease Research and Policy at the University of Minnesota.
What are we to do about these multiple threats and we are not even mentioning the antibiotic resistant bacterial infections that are plaguing the globe as well as fungal and yeast infections that doctors find almost impossible to treat?
The deaths of 10 people in the past week of a mysterious disease in several cities in Venezuela, including the capital of Caracas, have caused panic within the population and has prompted doctors to sound the alarm. “We do not know what it is,” admitted Dr. Duglas León Natera, president of the Venezuelan Medical Federation. In its initial stages, the disease presents symptoms of fever and spots on the skin, and then produces large blisters and internal and external bleeding. Then, very quickly, patients suffer from respiratory failure, liver failure and kidney failure. Venezuelan doctors have not been able to determine what the disease is, much less how to fight it.
It Does Not Have to Get This Bad
A heartwrenching report from the Guardian reveals the immense tragedy that is happening:
“I wake up each morning – if I have managed to sleep – wondering if this is really happening, or if it is a horror movie. In decades of humanitarian work I have never witnessed such relentless suffering of fellow human beings or felt so completely paralyzed and utterly overwhelmed at our inability to provide anything but the most basic, and sometimes less than adequate, care. I am supervising the suspect tent, which has room for 25 patients who are likely to have Ebola – 80-90% of those we test have the virus. We administer treatment for malaria, start patients on antibiotics, paracetamol, multivitamins, rehydration supplements, food, water and juice while they wait for their results. Sometimes people have arrived too late and die shortly after arriving. In one afternoon last week I watched five seemingly fit, healthy, young men die. I gave the first a bottle of oral rehydration solution and came back with another for the second. In the half a minute or so in which I had been away the first man died, his bottle of water spilt across the floor. The four others followed in quick succession. We sometimes have to hold back tears but try to offer patients all the comfort that we can – especially if they are in their last moments. I cannot spend as much time as I would like with each of them due to the intense heat of the personal protective equipment and the sheer number of patients.”
Jon Baron writes, “The maleficent, monger-miners of morbidity are at it yet again, looking to whip people into a frenzy of fear and spread misinformation in the name of the CDC. In case you haven’t seen it, there have been an abundance of headlines over the last couple of days saying things like: CDC report predicts as many as 1.4 million cases of Ebola by January1.”
And although the CDC report literally says that, it doesn’t actually mean that. The statement is taken out of context. Baron encourage us to read the actual report and not just the stories about it because equally what could happen, according to the same CDC report is that Ebola will be all over by January.
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 Through the years the CDC added new diseases to the grand AIDS definition. The CDC has virtually doctored the books to make it appear as if the disease continues to spread. In 1993, for example, the CDC enormously broadened its AIDS definition. This was happily accepted by county health authorities, who receive $2,500 from the feds per year under the Ryan White Act for every reported AIDS case.
 Duesberg, Peter H.Science, Vol. 241, pp. 514-517, July 29, 1988: 1) HIV is in violation of Koch’s first postulate because it is not possible to detect free virus (1, 2), provirus (3-5), or viral RNA (4, 6, 7) in all cases of AIDS. Indeed, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) has established guidelines to diagnose AIDS when all laboratory evidence for HIV is negative (8).
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