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https://plus.google.com/107638074272106092124 World News MD : Misdiagnosed Pneumothorax Interpreted as Necrotizing Fasciitis of the Chest Wall: case report of a potentially...
Misdiagnosed Pneumothorax Interpreted as Necrotizing Fasciitis of the Chest Wall: case report of a potentially preventable death
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https://plus.google.com/103646496613252246980 Melissa LeBlanc : Procedures, health effects Circumcisers, methods Anatomy of the vulva, showing the clitoral glans, clitoral...
Procedures, health effects
Circumcisers, methods
Anatomy of the vulva, showing the clitoral glans, clitoral crura, corpora cavernosa and vestibular bulbs
The procedures are generally performed by a traditional circumciser in the girls' homes, with or without anaesthesia. The circumciser is usually an older woman; in communities where the male barber has assumed the role of health worker, he will perform FGM too.[29] In Egypt, Sudan and Kenya, FGM is carried out by health professionals; surveys in Egypt in 1997–2011 indicated that 77 percent of FGM procedures were performed by medical professionals, often physicians.[30]
When traditional circumcisers are involved, non-sterile cutting devices are likely to be used, including knives, razors, scissors, glass, sharpened rocks and fingernails.[31] A nurse in Uganda, quoted in 2007 in The Lancet, said that a circumciser would use one knife to cut up to 30 girls at a time.[32]
Depending on the involvement of healthcare professionals, the procedures may include a local or general anaesthetic, or neither. Women in Egypt reported in 1995 that a local anaesthetic had been used on their daughters in 60 percent of cases, a general in 13 percent and neither in 25 percent.[33]
Classification
Typologies
The WHO, UNICEF and UNFPA issued a joint statement in April 1997 defining female genital mutilation as "all procedures involving partial or total removal of the external female genitalia or other injury to the female genital organs whether for cultural or other non-therapeutic reasons."[34]
The procedures vary considerably according to ethnicity and individual practitioners. English terms do not always correspond with local ones; in a survey in Niger in 1998, women responded with 50 different terms when asked what was done to them.[22] Translation problems are compounded by the women's confusion over which type of FGM they experienced, or even whether they experienced it. A study in Ghana in 2003 found that women had changed their responses during surveys; when asked if they had undergone FGM, four percent said no in 1995 but yes in 2000, and 11 percent switched in the other direction. In Tanzania in 2005, 66 percent reported FGM, but a medical exam found that 73 percent had undergone it.[35] In Sudan in 2006, a significant percentage of infibulated women and girls reported a less severe type.[36]
UNICEF divides FGM into (1) cut, no flesh removed (pricking or symbolic circumcision); (2) cut, some flesh removed; (3) sewn closed; and (4) type not determined/unsure/doesn't know.[37] The most common procedures fall within the "cut, some flesh removed" category, and involve complete or partial removal of the clitoris.[38]
WHO Types I–IV
How FGM Types I–III differ from normal female anatomy
The WHO has created a more detailed typology that describes how much tissue was removed. The WHO categories are Types I–III, and Type IV for symbolic circumcision and miscellaneous procedures.[39]
Type I is subdivided into Ia, the removal of the clitoral hood (rarely, if ever performed alone),[40] and the more common Ib (clitoridectomy), the complete or partial removal of the clitoris and clitoral hood.[41] (When discussing FGM, the WHO uses clitoris to refer to the clitoral glans, the external part of the clitoris.)[42] Susan Izett and Nahid Toubia write: "[T]he clitoris is held between the thumb and index finger, pulled out and amputated with one stroke of a sharp object."[43]
Type II (excision) is the complete or partial removal of the inner labia, with or without removal of the clitoris and outer labia. (Excision in French usually means any form of FGM.) Type II is subdivided into Type IIa, removal of the inner labia; IIb, removal of the clitoris and inner labia; and IIc, removal of the clitoris, inner and outer labia.[44]
Type III (infibulation), corresponding to UNICEF's "sewn closed" category, is the removal of the external genitalia and the fusion of the wound. The inner and/or outer labia are cut away, with or without removal of the clitoris. Type IIIa is the removal and closure of the inner labia and IIIb of the outer labia.[45] Over eight million women in Africa have experienced infibulation, which is common in Djibouti, Eritrea, Somalia and Sudan.[12]
Comfort Momoh, a midwife who specializes in FGM care, writes: "[E]lderly women, relatives and friends secure the girl in the lithotomy position. A deep incision is made rapidly on either side from the root of the clitoris to the fourchette, and a single cut of the razor excises the clitoris and both the labia majora and labia minora."[46] In Somalia the procedure is completed in two stages. The clitoris is removed and might be shown to the girl's senior female relatives, who decide whether enough has been amputated, and after this the labia are removed.[47]
A single hole of 2–3 mm is left for the passage of urine and menstrual blood by inserting something into the wound, such as a twig.[48] The vulva is then closed with surgical thread, agave or acacia thorns, or covered with a poultice, such as raw egg, herbs and sugar.[49] The parts that have been removed might be placed in a pouch for the girl to wear.[50] To help the tissue bond, the girl's legs are tied together, usually from ankle to hip; the bindings are loosened after a week and may be removed after two.[51] Momoh writes:
[As a result, the entrance to the vagina] is obliterated by a drum of skin extending across the orifice except for a small hole. Circumstances at the time may vary; the girl may struggle ferociously, in which case the incisions may become uncontrolled and haphazard. The girl may be pinned down so firmly that bones may fracture.[46]
Type IIIb
Virgin
Sexually active
— Swiss Medical Weekly, January 2011[9]
If the girl's family regard the remaining hole as too large, the procedure is repeated.[52] The vagina is opened for sexual intercourse, for the first time either by a midwife with a knife or by the woman's husband with his penis; in Somaliland female relatives of the bride and groom might watch the opening of the vagina to check that the girl is a virgin.[53] The woman is opened further for childbirth and closed afterwards, a process known as defibulation (or deinfibulation) and reinfibulation. Reinfibulation can involve cutting the vagina again to restore the size of the first infibulation; this might be performed before marriage, and after childbirth, divorce and widowhood.[54]
Psychologist Hanny Lightfoot-Klein interviewed hundreds of women and men in Sudan in the 1980s about sexual intercourse with Type III:
The penetration of the bride's infibulation takes anywhere from 3 or 4 days to several months. Some men are unable to penetrate their wives at all (in my study over 15%), and the task is often accomplished by a midwife under conditions of great secrecy, since this reflects negatively on the man's potency. Some who are unable to penetrate their wives manage to get them pregnant in spite of the infibulation, and the woman's vaginal passage is then cut open to allow birth to take place. ... Those men who do manage to penetrate their wives do so often, or perhaps always, with the help of the "little knife." This creates a tear which they gradually rip more and more until the opening is sufficient to admit the penis.[55]
Type IV is defined as "[a]ll other harmful procedures to the female genitalia for non-medical purposes, for example: pricking, piercing, incising, scraping and cauterization."[1] It includes nicking of the clitoris (symbolic circumcision), burning or scarring the genitals, and introducing substances into the vagina to tighten it.[56] A definition of FGM from the WHO in 1995 included gishiri cutting and angurya cutting, found in Nigeria and Niger; these were removed from the WHO's 2008 definition because of insufficient information about prevalence and consequences.[57] Gishiri cutting involves cutting the vagina's front or back wall with a blade or penknife, performed in response to infertility, obstructed labour and several other conditions; over 30 percent of women with gishiri cuts in a study by Nigerian physician Mairo Usman Mandara had vesicovaginal fistuale. Angurya cutting is excision of the hymen, usually performed seven days after birth.[58]
Labia stretching is also categorized as Type IV.[57] From the age of eight girls are encouraged to stretch their inner labia using sticks and massage, a practice common in southern and eastern Africa. The practice is supposed to enhance sexual pleasure for the man and add to the sense of a woman as a closed space. Girls in Uganda are told they may have difficulty giving birth without stretched labia.[59]
Complications
FGM has no known health benefits.[10] The immediate, short-term and late complications depend on several factors, principally the type of FGM performed. Factors include whether the practitioner had medical training, whether unsterilized or surgical single-use instruments were used, whether surgical thread was used instead of agave or acacia thorns, and whether antibiotics were available. In the case of Type III, other factors include how small a hole was left for the passage of urine and menstrual blood, and whether the procedure was performed more than once (for example, to close an opening regarded as too wide or re-open one too small).[9]
FGM ceremony in Indonesia
Preparations
Girl before procedure
Nine-month-old afterwards
 — Stephanie Sinclair, The New York Times[60]
Immediate complications include fatal bleeding, anaemia, acute urinary retention, urinary infection, wound infection, septicemia, tetanus, and transmission of hepatitis or HIV if instruments are non-sterile or reused.[9] Because fatalities are rarely reported – few records are kept and complications may not be recognized – it is not known how many girls and women die.[61] Short-term complications include necrotizing fasciitis (flesh-eating disease), delay in wound healing due to infection, endometritis and hepatitis.[62]
Late complications vary depending on the type of FGM performed. Jasmine Abdulcadir, a Swiss gynaecologist who offers specialist services to women with FGM, writes that a common complication with infibulation is painful periods, because the menstrual flow has been obstructed. Blood can collect and stagnate in the vagina and uterus. There may be difficult and painful urination; urine may collect underneath the scar and cause small stones to form. In an infibulated virgin the opening is 2–3 mm; in women who are sexually active or have given birth by vaginal delivery, the hole is larger but the urethra opening may still be obstructed by scar tissue.[9] There may be damage to the urethra and bladder, leading to infections and incontinence, pain during sexual intercourse and infertility.[62] Other complications include epidermoid cysts that may become infected, and neuroma formation (growth of nerve tissue) involving nerves that supplied the clitoris.[63]
Women with FGM are more likely to report reduced sexual feelings.[64] Psychological complications include depression and post-traumatic stress disorder.[31] Feelings of shame and betrayal can develop when the women move outside their traditional circles and learn that their condition is not the norm.[9]
FGM may complicate pregnancy and place women at higher risk for obstetrical problems, which are more common with the more extensive FGM procedures.[9] In women with Type III who have developed vesicovaginal or rectovaginal fistulae (holes that allow urine or faeces to seep into the vagina), it is difficult to obtain clear urine samples as part of prenatal care, making the diagnosis of conditions such as pre-eclampsia harder.[62] Cervical evaluation during labour may be impeded and labour prolonged. Third-degree laceration, anal-sphincter damage and emergency caesarean section are more common in infibulated women.[9] Neonatal mortality is increased. The WHO estimated in 2006 that an additional 10–20 babies die per 1,000 deliveries as a result of FGM. The estimate was based on a study conducted on 28,393 women attending delivery wards at 28 obstetric centres in Burkina Faso, Ghana, Kenya, Nigeria, Senegal and Sudan. In those settings all types of FGM were found to pose an increased risk of death to the baby: 15 percent higher for Type I, 32 percent for Type II and 55 percent for Type III.
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https://plus.google.com/116575931336412854648 OTORHINOLARYNGOLOGY : Alexandros G. Sfakianakis : Necrotizing Fasciitis after Central Venous Catheter Placement Necrotizing Fasciitis after Central Venous...
Necrotizing Fasciitis after Central Venous Catheter Placement
Necrotizing Fasciitis after Central Venous Catheter Placement by  Nico Leibig   via  Surgical Infections Surgical Infections , Vol. 0, No. 0.  Author information Nico Leibig ,  Christoph Hirche ,  Volker J. Schmidt ,  Amir K. Bigdeli ,  Ulrich Kneser , and ...
Necrotizing Fasciitis after Central Venous Catheter Placement

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Necrotizing Fasciitis: 101 free patches for Bazille by justin3am
Necrotizing Fasciitis for Bazille by justin3am
necrotizing fasciitis: 101 free patches for Bazille ¡Gratis! 101 patches for u-he's Bazille. Lots of defective and unstable sounds. Even patches that start out normal can typically be mutated with performance controls (mod wheel, pressure, etc). I often use a channel of an unused multiplexer as a kind of 'Macro' control. If you see the +5 output going to a channel with the gain turned to 0, it's most likely used to offset one or more other para...
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https://plus.google.com/102280903308211344342 Adel aka "Dr. Andro" : Scientists Report the Successful Use of Negative-Pressure Wound Therapy in Two Cases of Canine Necrotizing...
Scientists Report the Successful Use of Negative-Pressure Wound Therapy in Two Cases of Canine Necrotizing Fasciitis

s. During surgical exploration and debridement, disruption of intermuscular tissue planes was appreciated and necrotizing fasciitis (NF) was suspected. Negative-pressure wound therapy systems utilizing 120 mm Hg of continual negative pressure were applied to wounds for 5 and 4 days for the Akita and German shorthaired pointer, respectively. Resolution of infection was achieved and although the lesions were associated with limbs, amputation was avoided. In both cases, the results of histopathology were consistent with NF. NF is recognized as a rapidly progressive infection associated with high rates of morbidity and mortality. Timely use of negative-pressure wound therapy appears to be a viable management tool to accompany surgical debridement, appropriate antibiotics, and analgesics.

www.suppversity.com | Maguire, Patrick, Joseph Azagrar, and Allan Carb. "The Successful Use of Negative-Pressure Wound Therapy in Two Cases of Canine Necrotizing Fasciitis." Journal of the American Animal Hospital Association (2014).
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https://plus.google.com/111021981900584703169 MEDspiration : THE UGLY TRUTH ABOUT INTRAVENOUS (IV) DRUG USE An estimated 424,000 individuals in the US, aged 12 ...
THE UGLY TRUTH ABOUT INTRAVENOUS (IV) DRUG USE

An estimated 424,000 individuals in the US, aged 12 or older, inject heroin, cocaine &/or methamphetamine every year. In this video: the patient underwent arm amputation due to a rare complication of necrotizing fasciitis. The #1 bacterial infection that occurs in these patients is typically a staph infection (staphylococcus aureus). Skin ulcers, abscesses & cellulitis are common in these infections - the IV drug use can also cause acute infective endocarditis (inflammation) of the inner tissue of the heart. I have personally lost a handful of friends to IV drug abuse & find it crucial that we spread awareness of the potential health risks.

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THE UGLY TRUTH ABOUT INTRAVENOUS (IV) DRUG USE An estimated 424,000 individuals in the US, aged 12 or older, inject heroin, cocaine &/or methamphetamine every year. In this video: the patient underwent arm amputation due to a rare complication of necrotizing fasciitis. The #1 bacterial infection that occurs in these patients is typically a staph infection (staphylococcus aureus). Skin ulcers, abscesses & cellulitis are common in these infections - the IV drug use can also cause acute infective endocarditis (inflammation) of the inner tissue of the heart. I have personally lost a handful of friends to IV drug abuse & find it crucial that we spread awareness of the potential health risks. PLEASE TAG A FRIEND TO SPREAD AWARENESS OF HOW DAMAGING IV DRUG USE CAN BE
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https://plus.google.com/106783616149842463093 Deathwing Silence : Necrotizing fasciitis
Necrotizing fasciitis
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https://plus.google.com/108575905354151690833 Monkey Zits : Necrotizing Fasciitis is caused by a #Deadly bacteria! Please check this out!
Necrotizing Fasciitis is caused by a #Deadly bacteria! Please check this out! 
Watch the video: World's Most Deadly Skin Bacteria; Necrotizing Fasciitis
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This video explains what Necrotizing Fasciitis is. Have you ever heard of this before? It is just horrible to think they would need to cut off your skin to prevent spreading of this bacteria. SUBSCRIBE: http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCvPhK3E20cDOHqnTQ7Yilyw?sub_confirmation=1 Minor cuts and scrapes are a part of life—and for the most part, they are merely inconvenient. But in the presence of flesh-eating bacteria, the smallest of wounds can become life-threatening in mere hours. The bacteria do not actually “eat” the flesh, but release toxins that destroy tissue. The infection is treated with massive amounts of antibiotics, and all affected flesh must be removed to stop it from spreading. Surgeries often involve the amputation of limbs and other apparent mutilations. Even with medical care, necrotizing fasciitis is lethal in 30-40% of all cases. Franz Von Popping - New Cyster Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/franzvonpopping?sub_confirmation=1 Follow us on Twitter...
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https://plus.google.com/111422410402497780069 Georgia News : Exchange Club of South Augusta presents awards to safety officials Four Richmond County public safety...
Exchange Club of South Augusta presents awards to safety officials

Four Richmond County public safety officials were awarded Tuesday. During the 12th annual Public Safety Awareness Day at T’s Restaurant, the Ex­change Club of South Augusta presented a plaque and $50 check to Yolanda Holley (dispatch), Joseph McAlpin (civil marshal’s department), Ian Buckley (fire department) and Michael Woodard (sheriff’s office). “This is the least we can do to show our appreciation to those who keep our community safe,” said Larry Sides, the president of the Exchange Club. “These individuals … need to know how much they mean.” Buckley was named Firefighter of the Year for his heroic efforts on Aug. 31 to save a woman in the Savannah River. While off duty, Buckley saw a woman – who appeared to be in trouble – standing waist deep in the water. The Augusta Fire Department captain sprang into action, wading about 300 yards across the rapids to get to her, bouncing off rocks and scraping his shin. The following week, Buckley’s shin became infected and he found himself battling necrotizing fasciitis, the same infection that gained attention in 2012 when it cost Georgia resident Aimee Copeland her left leg, right foot and both hands. “Fortunately, the doctors were able to save [...]
http://geogianews.com/exchange-club-of-south-augusta-presents-awards-to-safety-officials/
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https://plus.google.com/114270419656783110079 alexis reyna : We normally do not put personal posts on this page, as they can be complicated matters and usually do...
We normally do not put personal posts on this page, as they can be complicated matters and usually do not pertain to CyanogenMod news. That said, something is affecting us in a way it really hasn’t affected us before, and it’s hitting very close to home.

Within CyanogenMod, we have dozens of maintainers and hundreds of contributors; none of whom are paid employees. Yes, we get donations, but despite the jokes of yachts, helicopters, and private planes, it is really just enough to cover operating costs for servers and hosting. Occasionally, there is enough leftover in the team account to buy a device for a developer. What we are getting at here is that CyanogenMod is not rich.

There are, however, times where we wish that we were a full fledged company. It’d be nice if CM could pay for some full-time positions or help out team members when they are in need. Currently, we are experiencing a painful reminder of this limitation.

A member has had a pretty serious problem fall into his lap. +Ryan Scott (aka ChiefzReloaded), a device maintainer, has a rare infection known as Necrotizing Fasciitis. This infection is caused by bacteria that eats skin, fat, and other tissue; it is literally a flesh-eating disease. Ryan is going through the treatments that he needs to keep him alive, but unfortunately, that treatment quickly becomes very expensive to deal with, and it is no exception for Ryan. This disease has placed an incredible strain on him and his family, including his young children. The CyanogenMod team would love to be able to hand out a fistful of cash and help out as much as possible.

Love from the Community
Some members of our community have started a few initiates to benefit Ryan and his family. As we are unable to help out financially, we would like to lend our support for these community initiatives, and help spread the word.

+Polo Heysquierdo has started an Indiegogo page for Ryan at http://www.indiegogo.com/projects/scott-family-fund. This page has some more details on Ryan’s condition and a method for you to help the effort.

Additionally, a huge community favorite and someone who the CyanogenMod team loves, +Deth Becomes You has started an auction with proceeds aimed at helping out Ryan. https://plus.google.com/u/0/107290707477228775864/posts/BYfaDHZeJKt

And last, but not least, you can send donations and words of support to Ryan directly via paypal. chiefz.reloaded@gmail.com

We understand that not everyone can help, but even if you can’t, sending Ryan and his family some kind words and sharing this message will go equally as far.

Thank You,
The CyanogenMod Team
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https://plus.google.com/103480556645334708332 Markus Ludwig : We normally do not put personal posts on this page, as they can be complicated matters and usually do...
We normally do not put personal posts on this page, as they can be complicated matters and usually do not pertain to CyanogenMod news. That said, something is affecting us in a way it really hasn’t affected us before, and it’s hitting very close to home.

Within CyanogenMod, we have dozens of maintainers and hundreds of contributors; none of whom are paid employees. Yes, we get donations, but despite the jokes of yachts, helicopters, and private planes, it is really just enough to cover operating costs for servers and hosting. Occasionally, there is enough leftover in the team account to buy a device for a developer. What we are getting at here is that CyanogenMod is not rich.

There are, however, times where we wish that we were a full fledged company. It’d be nice if CM could pay for some full-time positions or help out team members when they are in need. Currently, we are experiencing a painful reminder of this limitation.

A member has had a pretty serious problem fall into his lap. +Ryan Scott (aka ChiefzReloaded), a device maintainer, has a rare infection known as Necrotizing Fasciitis. This infection is caused by bacteria that eats skin, fat, and other tissue; it is literally a flesh-eating disease. Ryan is going through the treatments that he needs to keep him alive, but unfortunately, that treatment quickly becomes very expensive to deal with, and it is no exception for Ryan. This disease has placed an incredible strain on him and his family, including his young children. The CyanogenMod team would love to be able to hand out a fistful of cash and help out as much as possible.

Love from the Community
Some members of our community have started a few initiates to benefit Ryan and his family. As we are unable to help out financially, we would like to lend our support for these community initiatives, and help spread the word.

+Polo Heysquierdo has started an Indiegogo page for Ryan at http://www.indiegogo.com/projects/scott-family-fund. This page has some more details on Ryan’s condition and a method for you to help the effort.

Additionally, a huge community favorite and someone who the CyanogenMod team loves, +Deth Becomes You has started an auction with proceeds aimed at helping out Ryan. https://plus.google.com/u/0/107290707477228775864/posts/BYfaDHZeJKt

And last, but not least, you can send donations and words of support to Ryan directly via paypal. chiefz.reloaded@gmail.com

We understand that not everyone can help, but even if you can’t, sending Ryan and his family some kind words and sharing this message will go equally as far.

Thank You,
The CyanogenMod Team
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https://plus.google.com/106980463163928824587 Marc Sandhaus : 4. Flesh-eating bacteria. Necrotizing fasciitis, a life-threatening illness caused by the strep bacteria...
4. Flesh-eating bacteria. Necrotizing fasciitis, a life-threatening illness caused by the strep bacteria, can enter your body through a minor opening in the skin and destroy your soft tissue. There are about 650 to 800 cases per year, and about 25 percent of patients die.
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https://plus.google.com/116575931336412854648 OTORHINOLARYNGOLOGY : Alexandros G. Sfakianakis : Necrotizing fasciitis by Streptococcus pyogenes Fatal fungal infection: the living dead by  Narayanan...
Necrotizing fasciitis by Streptococcus pyogenes
Fatal fungal infection: the living dead by  Narayanan ML, S., Narayanan, C. D., Kindo, A. J., Arora, A., Haridas, P. A.  via  Journal of Surgical Case Reports - current issue Necrotizing fasciitis is an uncommon infection mainly caused by  Streptococcus pyo...
Necrotizing fasciitis by Streptococcus pyogenes

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https://plus.google.com/111122200146078961265 Sexy Fox : Follow the money ..., starting in January, the consortium running the Kenema lab inked a $140 million...
Follow the money
 
..., starting in January, the consortium running the Kenema lab inked a $140 million deal with Department of Defense and a pharma company called Tekmira to conduct Phase I Ebola vaccine trails at Kenema on humans [see " Tekmira Doses First Subject in Human Clinical Trial of TKM-Ebola" press release].
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Is there precedent for infecting subjects in order to run drug trials? Absolutely. A 2008 published case involved Polish homeless people who were experimented upon with bird flu vaccine.
http://winteractionables.com/?p=15750
http://vhfc.org/consortium/partners

VANCOUVER, British Columbia, Jan. 14, 2014 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Tekmira Pharmaceuticals Corporation (Nasdaq:TKMR) (TSX:TKM), a leading developer of RNA interference (RNAi) therapeutics, today announced that it has dosed the first subject in a Phase I human clinical trial of TKM-Ebola, an anti-Ebola viral therapeutic that is being developed under a US$140 million contract with the U.S. Department of Defense.
http://www.drugs.com/clinical_trials/tekmira-doses-first-subject-human-clinical-trial-tkm-ebola-16415.html

...scientists were working with anthrax, cholera, salmonella, botulinum, thallium, E. coli, ricin, organophosphates, necrotizing fasciitis, hepatitis A, and H.I.V., as well as nerve gases (Sarin, VX) and the Ebola, Marburg, and Rift Valley hemorrhagic-fever viruses. They were producing crude toxins (and some strange delivery systems) for use by the military and police, and they were genetically engineering extremely dangerous new organisms­creating, that is, biological weapons.
http://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2001/01/15/the-poison-keeper

A thousand more vials of human blood with Ebola in them are sitting in freezers in Kenema waiting for bureaucratic clearance so that they can be flown to Harvard and sequenced in the machines, and scientists can see what the swarm has been doing more recently.
http://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2014/10/27/ebola-wars
Patent:
Human ebola virus species and compositions and methods thereof
http://www.google.com/patents/CA2741523A1?cl=en
Mad Scientists at Kenema Unleash Ebola Epidemic | Winter Watch & Actionables
I presented the case for the Kemena bio-lab as the source of spreading the Ebola outbreak in Saturday's post, and I had to circle back and debunk the debunkers.
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https://plus.google.com/110195571327482351276 Ebola Central : Follow the money ..., starting in January, the consortium running the Kenema lab inked a $140 million...
Follow the money
 
..., starting in January, the consortium running the Kenema lab inked a $140 million deal with Department of Defense and a pharma company called Tekmira to conduct Phase I Ebola vaccine trails at Kenema on humans [see " Tekmira Doses First Subject in Human Clinical Trial of TKM-Ebola" press release].
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Is there precedent for infecting subjects in order to run drug trials? Absolutely. A 2008 published case involved Polish homeless people who were experimented upon with bird flu vaccine.
http://winteractionables.com/?p=15750
http://vhfc.org/consortium/partners

VANCOUVER, British Columbia, Jan. 14, 2014 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Tekmira Pharmaceuticals Corporation (Nasdaq:TKMR) (TSX:TKM), a leading developer of RNA interference (RNAi) therapeutics, today announced that it has dosed the first subject in a Phase I human clinical trial of TKM-Ebola, an anti-Ebola viral therapeutic that is being developed under a US$140 million contract with the U.S. Department of Defense.
http://www.drugs.com/clinical_trials/tekmira-doses-first-subject-human-clinical-trial-tkm-ebola-16415.html

...scientists were working with anthrax, cholera, salmonella, botulinum, thallium, E. coli, ricin, organophosphates, necrotizing fasciitis, hepatitis A, and H.I.V., as well as nerve gases (Sarin, VX) and the Ebola, Marburg, and Rift Valley hemorrhagic-fever viruses. They were producing crude toxins (and some strange delivery systems) for use by the military and police, and they were genetically engineering extremely dangerous new organisms­creating, that is, biological weapons.
http://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2001/01/15/the-poison-keeper

A thousand more vials of human blood with Ebola in them are sitting in freezers in Kenema waiting for bureaucratic clearance so that they can be flown to Harvard and sequenced in the machines, and scientists can see what the swarm has been doing more recently.
http://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2014/10/27/ebola-wars
Patent:
Human ebola virus species and compositions and methods thereof
http://www.google.com/patents/CA2741523A1?cl=en
Mad Scientists at Kenema Unleash Ebola Epidemic | Winter Watch & Actionables
I presented the case for the Kemena bio-lab as the source of spreading the Ebola outbreak in Saturday's post, and I had to circle back and debunk the debunkers.
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https://plus.google.com/108007903544513887227 Alister Macintyre : Follow the money ..., starting in January, the consortium running the Kenema lab inked a $140 million...
Follow the money
 
..., starting in January, the consortium running the Kenema lab inked a $140 million deal with Department of Defense and a pharma company called Tekmira to conduct Phase I Ebola vaccine trails at Kenema on humans [see " Tekmira Doses First Subject in Human Clinical Trial of TKM-Ebola" press release].
<snip>
Is there precedent for infecting subjects in order to run drug trials? Absolutely. A 2008 published case involved Polish homeless people who were experimented upon with bird flu vaccine.
http://winteractionables.com/?p=15750
http://vhfc.org/consortium/partners

VANCOUVER, British Columbia, Jan. 14, 2014 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Tekmira Pharmaceuticals Corporation (Nasdaq:TKMR) (TSX:TKM), a leading developer of RNA interference (RNAi) therapeutics, today announced that it has dosed the first subject in a Phase I human clinical trial of TKM-Ebola, an anti-Ebola viral therapeutic that is being developed under a US$140 million contract with the U.S. Department of Defense.
http://www.drugs.com/clinical_trials/tekmira-doses-first-subject-human-clinical-trial-tkm-ebola-16415.html

...scientists were working with anthrax, cholera, salmonella, botulinum, thallium, E. coli, ricin, organophosphates, necrotizing fasciitis, hepatitis A, and H.I.V., as well as nerve gases (Sarin, VX) and the Ebola, Marburg, and Rift Valley hemorrhagic-fever viruses. They were producing crude toxins (and some strange delivery systems) for use by the military and police, and they were genetically engineering extremely dangerous new organisms­creating, that is, biological weapons.
http://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2001/01/15/the-poison-keeper

A thousand more vials of human blood with Ebola in them are sitting in freezers in Kenema waiting for bureaucratic clearance so that they can be flown to Harvard and sequenced in the machines, and scientists can see what the swarm has been doing more recently.
http://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2014/10/27/ebola-wars
Patent:
Human ebola virus species and compositions and methods thereof
http://www.google.com/patents/CA2741523A1?cl=en
Mad Scientists at Kenema Unleash Ebola Epidemic | Winter Watch & Actionables
I presented the case for the Kemena bio-lab as the source of spreading the Ebola outbreak in Saturday's post, and I had to circle back and debunk the debunkers.
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https://plus.google.com/100048803677455251143 Attune Magazine : Kim’s Near Death Experiences… "In the fall of 2009 I contracted necrotizing fasciitis, which is the ...
Kim’s Near Death Experiences…
"In the fall of 2009 I contracted necrotizing fasciitis, which is the flesh eating virus. I didn't know much about it but I assumed you would have to do something dangerous or exotic to get it. Unfortunately that is not the case. I got mine from shaving my legs with a disposable BIC razor."
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Kim’s Near Death Experiences… | Attune Magazine
In the fall of 2009 I contracted necrotizing fasciitis, which is the flesh eating virus. I didn't know much about it but I assumed you would have to do
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https://plus.google.com/114217587114783718106 Noel Emmanuel Jack : Flesh-Eating Bacteria That Thrives in Warm Seas Kills.  Necrotizing Fasciitis
Flesh-Eating Bacteria That Thrives in Warm Seas Kills.  Necrotizing Fasciitis
Watch the video: Difficult Necrotizing Fasciitis Part II - Everything You Need To Know - Dr. Nabil Ebraheim
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Educational video describing the condition and treatment of difficult cases of necrotizing fasciitis.
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Flesh-Eating Bacteria That Thrives in Warm Seas Kills.  Necrotizing Fasciitis
Watch the video: Necrotizing Fasciitis
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