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Venezuelan hemorrhagic fever. (Guanarito (GTOV) arenavirus) this is what was "misplaced".

 
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Venezuelan hemorrhagic fever. (Guanarito (GTOV) arenavirus) this is what was "misplaced".
First reported here on GLP on the weekend, this is what has gone missing from that lab in Texas.

Finally it has made the MSM worldwide. No cure.

Spread mostly by inhalation of aerosolized droplets of saliva, respiratory secretions, urine, or blood from infected rodents.[2] Person-to-person spread is possible, but uncommon.

The disease is fatal in 30% of cases.

Potential biological terrorism agents were identified and categorized in 1999 by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) as part of the Congressional initiative to further response capabilities to biological weapons .

On the biosafety level scale of one to four, with four causing the most risk, the viruses causing hemorrhagic fevers have been assigned a four by the CDC.[7]

Treatment and prevention for the VHF virus are limited and there are currently no licensed vaccines available that can act to prevent the disease [4] . However, once infected, Ribavirin, an anti-viral drug given intravenously, is one way to treat VHF.
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Re: Venezuelan hemorrhagic fever. (Guanarito (GTOV) arenavirus) this is what was "misplaced".
Like Ebola, the missing Guanarito virus causes hemorrhagic fever, an illness named for "bleeding under the skin, in internal organs or from body orifices like the mouth, eyes, or ears," according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Fortunately, losing a vial of Guanarito is not as threatening as losing a vial of anthrax, said Schaffner, a former president of the National Foundation for Infectious Diseases. The virus could theoretically spread between humans, but it usually only spreads between rodents in Venezuela.

"The mortality is anywhere from at least 10 to 20 percent or slightly more," Kurilla told ABCNews.com, adding that there is no treatment or cure for Guanarito. "That is considered very, very severe if you have a 1 in 5 chance of dying without anything to do for the person other than provide supportive hospital care."

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Re: Venezuelan hemorrhagic fever. (Guanarito (GTOV) arenavirus) this is what was "misplaced".
How is it possible to lose something like this?
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