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38-year-old man being treated for the UK's 1st case of Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fever has died, hospital says

 
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If its tick transferred, that doesn't sound good. They can easily. Get on humans. Could it be passed thru animals, and transferred than to humans? Like tick bites cow, cow becomes infected, cow goes to slaughterhouse, human eats cow, human is infected?
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If its tick transferred, that doesn't sound good. They can easily. Get on humans. Could it be passed thru animals, and transferred than to humans? Like tick bites cow, cow becomes infected, cow goes to slaughterhouse, human eats cow, human is infected?
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Tick transference reeks of Plum Island; just like they engineered Lyme Disease. Ticks are an excellent vector.

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do they have to know about everyone he was near? i bet they're panicking.how long from infection to symptoms?
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Everyone admitted to intensive care should be administered some sodium ascorbate (Vitamin C) intravenously. It would reduce deaths greatly.
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Just testing the biowar weapons.
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38=3+8=11

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Another bio-agent roll-out.
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Your point is?
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Your analysis is probably as useful and valid as your grasp of how to scale and upload an avatar.
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I see your posts all over and every single one of them is nothing but a snide assed remark to someone else.

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Re: 38-year-old man being treated for the UK's 1st case of Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fever has died, hospital says
It's a hemorrhagic fever, so many of the symptoms are similar to diseases like Ebola. You can catch it either through a tick bite or by coming into contact with bodily fluids. People sitting near this guy on the plane were likely exposed to the fluids, as he was probably vomiting, and if you can smell vomit, you're breathing it in. He could also have had diarrhea, so anyone who used the washroom after him (if he made it to the washroom) would also have been exposed to the virus. Notice how they transported him to London on a special isolation plane. No such precautions were taken between Dubai and Scotland, and certainly the health care workers in Scotland would not have been aware (initially) that this guy had a hemorrhagic fever, so they were also in the line of fire. It takes anywhere from a few days to a few weeks to incubate, so I'm sure there are quite a few nervous people in Scotland right now.

"The length of the incubation period for the illness appears to depend on the mode of acquisition of the virus. Following infection via tick bite, the incubation period is usually one to three days, with a maximum of nine days. The incubation period following contact with infected blood or tissues is usually five to six days, with a documented maximum of 13 days.

"Onset of symptoms is sudden, with fever, myalgia (aching muscles), dizziness, neck pain and stiffness, backache, headache, sore eyes and photophobia (sensitivity to light). There may be nausea, vomiting and sore throat early on, which may be accompanied by diarrhoea and generalised abdominal pain. Over the next few days, the patient may experience sharp mood swings, and may become confused and aggressive. After two to four days, the agitation may be replaced by sleepiness, depression and lassitude, and the abdominal pain may localize to the right upper quadrant, with detectable hepatomegaly (liver enlargement).

"Other clinical signs which emerge include tachycardia (fast heart rate), lymphadenopathy (enlarged lymph nodes), and a petechial rash (a rash caused by bleeding into the skin), both on internal mucosal surfaces, such as in the mouth and throat, and on the skin. The petechiae may give way to ecchymoses (like a petechial rash, but covering larger areas) and other haemorrhagic phenomena such as melaena (bleeding from the upper bowel, passed as altered blood in the faeces), haematuria (blood in the urine), epistaxis (nosebleeds) and bleeding from the gums. There is usually evidence of hepatitis. The severely ill may develop hepatorenal (i.e., liver and kidney) and pulmonary failure after the fifth day of illness."

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Yes, you are truly an Enem of the Stat.
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Your point is?
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Your analysis is probably as useful and valid as your grasp of how to scale and upload an avatar.
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Do you mean: as useful and AS valid as your grasp...?
I don't intend to get into a pissing contest with you, but you must be new to this site? Would you like to engage me in terms of my level of intelligence? If you must, the gauntlet is thrown down.

My terse point was: often times, numerology comes into play via the MSM. If you are not familiar with MSM, it refers to mainstream media and their obsession with 11, 13, 33, etc.
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I betcha' even fetched a dictionary and thesaurus for that comment. Man, all that numerology stuff makes me laugh. Remember how all that supposed 'illuminati' numerology managed to coincide with the date of the Olympics opening ceremony?

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i bet that moved him around on planes and through train stations rather than his doctors go to him..............
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didnt the swine flu guy get off a plane in scotland.......
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It's called death by doctor. False alarm. How many are dying outside of hospitals? none.
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Shouldnta let the Congo into a nice, white nation.

This is what happens.
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..."Public Health consultant Dr Syed Ahmed, who is coordinating investigations into this case said"....... nothing to see here, move along
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It's called death by doctor. False alarm. How many are dying outside of hospitals? none.
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yes I do believe in this.....
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It's called death by doctor. False alarm. How many are dying outside of hospitals? none.
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yes I do believe in this.....
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What I found strange is that the UK basically freaked out and flew him in a plane that few knew existed..a special isolation plane..time from landing in Scotland to death 24hrs..that's unique
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Onset of symptoms is sudden, with fever, myalgia (aching muscles), dizziness, neck pain and stiffness, backache, headache, sore eyes and photophobia (sensitivity to light). There may be nausea, vomiting and sore throat early on, which may be accompanied by diarrhoea and generalised abdominal pain. Over the next few days, the patient may experience sharp mood swings, and may become confused and aggressive. After two to four days, the agitation may be replaced by sleepiness, depression and lassitude, and the abdominal pain may localize to the right upper quadrant, with detectable hepatomegaly (liver enlargement).




Sounds like similar symptoms of meningitis. Hmmmmmmmmmmmmm.
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i bet that moved him around on planes and through train stations rather than his doctors go to him..............
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my point..did ANY jump off him..
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Onset of symptoms is sudden, with fever, myalgia (aching muscles), dizziness, neck pain and stiffness, backache, headache, sore eyes and photophobia (sensitivity to light). There may be nausea, vomiting and sore throat early on, which may be accompanied by diarrhoea and generalised abdominal pain. Over the next few days, the patient may experience sharp mood swings, and may become confused and aggressive. After two to four days, the agitation may be replaced by sleepiness, depression and lassitude, and the abdominal pain may localize to the right upper quadrant, with detectable hepatomegaly (liver enlargement).




Sounds like similar symptoms of meningitis. Hmmmmmmmmmmmmm.
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Another strange thing is NO prior outbreak in where the person came from..
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If its tick transferred, that doesn't sound good. They can easily. Get on humans. Could it be passed thru animals, and transferred than to humans? Like tick bites cow, cow becomes infected, cow goes to slaughterhouse, human eats cow, human is infected?
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No
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If its tick transferred, that doesn't sound good. They can easily. Get on humans. Could it be passed thru animals, and transferred than to humans? Like tick bites cow, cow becomes infected, cow goes to slaughterhouse, human eats cow, human is infected?
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No
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I agree Bites and Body Fluids
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If its tick transferred, that doesn't sound good. They can easily. Get on humans. Could it be passed thru animals, and transferred than to humans? Like tick bites cow, cow becomes infected, cow goes to slaughterhouse, human eats cow, human is infected?
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No
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is this not same thing they found people getting after eating poor live monkey's brains,then discovered it jumped speices?
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If its tick transferred, that doesn't sound good. They can easily. Get on humans. Could it be passed thru animals, and transferred than to humans? Like tick bites cow, cow becomes infected, cow goes to slaughterhouse, human eats cow, human is infected?
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No
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is this not same thing they found people getting after eating poor live monkey's brains,then discovered it jumped speices?
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No clue..I will check
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If its tick transferred, that doesn't sound good. They can easily. Get on humans. Could it be passed thru animals, and transferred than to humans? Like tick bites cow, cow becomes infected, cow goes to slaughterhouse, human eats cow, human is infected?
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No
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is this not same thing they found people getting after eating poor live monkey's brains,then discovered it jumped speices?
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No clue..I will check
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Nope:
Long considered a delicacy in China, eating monkey brains can cause a disease similar to mad cow, known as Variant Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease

[link to www.weirdasianews.com]
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No
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is this not same thing they found people getting after eating poor live monkey's brains,then discovered it jumped speices?
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No clue..I will check
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Nope:
Long considered a delicacy in China, eating monkey brains can cause a disease similar to mad cow, known as Variant Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease

[link to www.weirdasianews.com]
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AND THIS:

Scientists in Cameroon have warned that eating monkeys and apes could cause the next HIV.

They are already tracking a HIV-like virus called simian foamy virus, and fear more viruses could spread and lead to a global health crisis.

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Tick bourne?

So doesn't that mean you have to have a tick bite to get this?
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This^^^^^

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No
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is this not same thing they found people getting after eating poor live monkey's brains,then discovered it jumped speices?
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No clue..I will check
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Nope:
Long considered a delicacy in China, eating monkey brains can cause a disease similar to mad cow, known as Variant Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease

[link to www.weirdasianews.com]
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The sort of humans that eat monkey brains deserve to die a horrible death.
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hemorrhagic fever

this illness is related to ebola


which can go airbourne. There where two cases of cimean congo hemorrhagic fever going airbourne, but being contained in 1980.

and ebola went airbourne in 92, but both villages were contained.


ebola has 95% kill rate
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Tick bourne?

So doesn't that mean you have to have a tick bite to get this?
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This^^^^^

Thread fail...

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Maybe..Maybe not..I do not see such a severe response for Just a tick "bite". It cost a great deal to transfer this patient..
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is this not same thing they found people getting after eating poor live monkey's brains,then discovered it jumped speices?
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No clue..I will check
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Nope:
Long considered a delicacy in China, eating monkey brains can cause a disease similar to mad cow, known as Variant Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease

[link to www.weirdasianews.com]
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The sort of humans that eat monkey brains deserve to die a horrible death.
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Eating on your family tree is nasty
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hemorrhagic fever

this illness is related to ebola


which can go airbourne. There where two cases of cimean congo hemorrhagic fever going airbourne, but being contained in 1980.

and ebola went airbourne in 92, but both villages were contained.


ebola has 95% kill rate
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It would be interesting to find out what "contained" means in that instance
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hemorrhagic fever

this illness is related to ebola


which can go airbourne. There where two cases of cimean congo hemorrhagic fever going airbourne, but being contained in 1980.

and ebola went airbourne in 92, but both villages were contained.


ebola has 95% kill rate
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How many survived in those villages..

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