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Flesh-eating bacteria killed 7-year-old Texas - Michigan 18-Year-Old In Hospital
Flesh-eating bacteria killed 7-year-old Texas boy vacationing with family in Southern Calif.

SAN DIEGO — A 7-year-old Texas boy who died during a Southern California vacation was killed by flesh-eating bacteria.

The San Diego County medical examiner’s office says Tevita Alatini died on July 10 after the infection spread to muscle tissue. The office didn’t say how he might have contracted the infection.

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Kaylee Queen Flesh Eating Bacteria: Michigan 18-Year-Old In Hospital After Contracting Two Kinds Of Bacteria

Michigan teenager Kaylee Queen is in the hospital after being infected with flesh-eating bacteria (also known as necrotizing fasciitis) and another, unknown, bacteria, according to news reports.

The 18-year-old, from Burton, had flu-like symptoms and experienced a raised, growing rash on her body, that prompted her family to bring her to the hospital last week, WJRT reported. A couple of days after arriving the hospital, doctors performed surgery on Queen to remove infected muscle and tissue.

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Thread: Fire Up The SIRENS and Sound the ALARMS! ALL SYSTEMS GO! RADIOACTIVE MUTATED FLESH EATING BACTERIA OUTBREAK!

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People think I'm joking, but we've got to start training on how to rapidly amputate limbs, people.
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Just spray the rash with fabreze. It will stop it immeadiatly.
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Iodide. And C huge amounts for the C. Also I would consider MMS. I would put a solution of iodide, and also try the MMS on the skin and even cannibis oil.
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Flesh-eating bacteria killed 7-year-old Texas boy vacationing with family in Southern Calif.

SAN DIEGO — A 7-year-old Texas boy who died during a Southern California vacation was killed by flesh-eating bacteria.

The San Diego County medical examiner’s office says Tevita Alatini died on July 10 after the infection spread to muscle tissue. The office didn’t say how he might have contracted the infection.

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Kaylee Queen Flesh Eating Bacteria: Michigan 18-Year-Old In Hospital After Contracting Two Kinds Of Bacteria

Michigan teenager Kaylee Queen is in the hospital after being infected with flesh-eating bacteria (also known as necrotizing fasciitis) and another, unknown, bacteria, according to news reports.

The 18-year-old, from Burton, had flu-like symptoms and experienced a raised, growing rash on her body, that prompted her family to bring her to the hospital last week, WJRT reported. A couple of days after arriving the hospital, doctors performed surgery on Queen to remove infected muscle and tissue.

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Iodide. And C huge amounts for the C. Also I would consider MMS. I would put a solution of iodide, and also try the MMS on the skin and even cannibis oil.
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how about just smoking some canabis will that help as well ?
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Pour bleach on the effected area immediately.
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Pour bleach on the effected area immediately.
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local vet uses peroxide. Works great.
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Strange diseases spreading. I am sure i heard someone here predict this would happen around this time.


hhhhhhhhhmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm i cant remember their name. LOL

But im sure i heard someone predict it.


Well here goes another prediction for this special thing happening to the human race. It will get a lot worse UNLESS BOTH SIDES IN THIS WORLD WAKE UP !!!!! LOL


EEEHHHHYYYKKKK THEY ARGUE OVER COMPLETE BULLSHIT !!!
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Pour bleach on the effected area immediately.
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you know.. i wonder if this would actually work. has anyone ever tried this?
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Stop polluting and dumping toxins in the seas, oceans, rivers and lakes and seas.


hhhmmm that doesnt sound like a bad idea. Nawwwww that aint got nuttin to do with nuttin. Everything is perfectly normal. Nothing to see here move along. Weezzz aint done nuttin wrong yall.
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MRSA will colonize on some people's skin and remain that way for years. They may not get an active infection, however if you have skin to skin contact with that person, or use that persons personal items you are transmitting that bacteria to yourself. If you have a cut or scrape on your skin you are at high risk for an MRSA infection.

Tips:

1.) This bug loves warm, damp places.
Noses, armpits, genital areas, and throats are the number 1 areas this bug lives. Need I say more...

2.) If you go to the gym, spray down the equipment prior to use. Someone colonized could have used it before you did.

3.) Don't use anyone's personal items. No razors, washcloths, makeup, sports gear, ect.

4.) Use good old soap and water, often. Shower after working out.

5.) Clean all surfaces with bleach.

6.) If you get a cut, clean it with soap and water then cover it with a bandage.


Hope this helps.hf
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Pour bleach on the effected area immediately.
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you know.. i wonder if this would actually work. has anyone ever tried this?
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No, if you make the wound worse you just increase your chances of an infection.
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MEAT IS MURDER...GO VEGAN!!!
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MRSA will colonize on some people's skin and remain that way for years. They may not get an active infection, however if you have skin to skin contact with that person, or use that persons personal items you are transmitting that bacteria to yourself. If you have a cut or scrape on your skin you are at high risk for an MRSA infection.

Tips:

1.) This bug loves warm, damp places.
Noses, armpits, genital areas, and throats are the number 1 areas this bug lives. Need I say more...

2.) If you go to the gym, spray down the equipment prior to use. Someone colonized could have used it before you did.

3.) Don't use anyone's personal items. No razors, washcloths, makeup, sports gear, ect.

4.) Use good old soap and water, often. Shower after working out.

5.) Clean all surfaces with bleach.

6.) If you get a cut, clean it with soap and water then cover it with a bandage.


Hope this helps.hf
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We have lived with each others funk (sweat, cum, spit, shit, and piss) for an extremely long time. Nothing ever led to flesh eating viruses before. Something has changed. But what ? LOL

Care to take a guess ?
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The widespread use of antibiotics. I am an RN and MRSA is nothing new, I was treating patients with MRSA in the early 90's. The issue is that this bug has moved out from the hospitals into the general population areas. It has colonized itself on peoples skin. You could carry MRSA and never know. You may have picked it up at the gym, when you visited grandma at the nursing home ect. We all carry staph on our skin, some people just have the Methicillin Resistant strain.
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illuminati cards coming true?

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illuminati cards coming true?

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+5 points for residing in rural Vermont!

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MRSA will colonize on some people's skin and remain that way for years. They may not get an active infection, however if you have skin to skin contact with that person, or use that persons personal items you are transmitting that bacteria to yourself. If you have a cut or scrape on your skin you are at high risk for an MRSA infection.

Tips:

1.) This bug loves warm, damp places.
Noses, armpits, genital areas, and throats are the number 1 areas this bug lives. Need I say more...

2.) If you go to the gym, spray down the equipment prior to use. Someone colonized could have used it before you did.

3.) Don't use anyone's personal items. No razors, washcloths, makeup, sports gear, ect.

4.) Use good old soap and water, often. Shower after working out.

5.) Clean all surfaces with bleach.

6.) If you get a cut, clean it with soap and water then cover it with a bandage.


Hope this helps.hf
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Thank you for posting this about the MRSA infection. Do you have any thoughts about the rash?
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Iodide. And C huge amounts for the C. Also I would consider MMS. I would put a solution of iodide, and also try the MMS on the skin and even cannibis oil.
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how about just smoking some canabis will that help as well ?
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I got flesh eating bacteria once, was gonna have to amputate and shit, so i had a few joints to lighten up from the depression and amazingly that helped, all the bacteria where gone in less than a week and now i am fully recovered.
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Pour bleach on the effected area immediately.
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you know.. i wonder if this would actually work. has anyone ever tried this?
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No, if you make the wound worse you just increase your chances of an infection.
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It would kill those buggers but bad for skin?
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MRSA will colonize on some people's skin and remain that way for years. They may not get an active infection, however if you have skin to skin contact with that person, or use that persons personal items you are transmitting that bacteria to yourself. If you have a cut or scrape on your skin you are at high risk for an MRSA infection.

Tips:

1.) This bug loves warm, damp places.
Noses, armpits, genital areas, and throats are the number 1 areas this bug lives. Need I say more...

2.) If you go to the gym, spray down the equipment prior to use. Someone colonized could have used it before you did.

3.) Don't use anyone's personal items. No razors, washcloths, makeup, sports gear, ect.

4.) Use good old soap and water, often. Shower after working out.

5.) Clean all surfaces with bleach.

6.) If you get a cut, clean it with soap and water then cover it with a bandage.


Hope this helps.hf
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Thank you for posting this about the MRSA infection. Do you have any thoughts about the rash?
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If infected you should see the area of the cut start swelling, become red, start draining puss, and become hot. Get to a doctor if you see signs of infection. If you can't get to a doctor, you could mark the edges of the redness with a pen, or marker. If you see an increase in size, or swelling get some medical attention. Don't wait until you develop a rash.

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Pour bleach on the effected area immediately.
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you know.. i wonder if this would actually work. has anyone ever tried this?
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No, if you make the wound worse you just increase your chances of an infection.
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It would kill those buggers but bad for skin?
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Yes, but could cause chemical burns on the skin, I don't even want to think about what undiluted bleach would do to a wound.blink
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not joking here or being sarcastic but maybe this crap is in the atmosphere and will afflict those susceptible.....leading me to say---cover up ? not like burqa etc but wear long sleeves,pants and the like ?
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MEAT IS MURDER...GO VEGAN!!!
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Fruit is alive when you eat it..
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you know.. i wonder if this would actually work. has anyone ever tried this?
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No, if you make the wound worse you just increase your chances of an infection.
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It would kill those buggers but bad for skin?
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Yes, but could cause chemical burns on the skin, I don't even want to think about what undiluted bleach would do to a wound.blink
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if i knew it was actual flesh eating crap, id rather the bleach chemical burn...... in comparison.. any day. and if it meant it'd kill all the bacteria.. or slow it.
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No, if you make the wound worse you just increase your chances of an infection.
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It would kill those buggers but bad for skin?
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Yes, but could cause chemical burns on the skin, I don't even want to think about what undiluted bleach would do to a wound.blink
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if i knew it was actual flesh eating crap, id rather the bleach chemical burn...... in comparison.. any day. and if it meant it'd kill all the bacteria.. or slow it.
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Instead of pure bleach, use Dakin's solution. Here is a link on how to make it at home. This is also used in the hospitals for some nasty wounds.

[link to www.tngun.com]
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MEAT IS MURDER...GO VEGAN!!!
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Fruit is alive when you eat it..
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fruit doesnt breath the breath of life, no.
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colloidal silver, not bleach or MSM.

Ascorbic acid is not real vit C. You need food sourced.

Some medications cause the same necratizing condition, such as blood thinners like coumadin.

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