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84% of Mexico's H1N1 related deaths ages 20-54 (58% under 39); 2.2% immune depressed, none with history of respiratory disease

 
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84% of Mexico's H1N1 related deaths ages 20-54 (58% under 39); 2.2% immune depressed, none with history of respiratory disease
Mexican health authorities released a breakdown of the first 45 of the country's 48 flu deaths that showed that 84 percent of the victims were between the ages of 20 and 54. Only 2.2 percent were immune-depressed, and none had a previous history of respiratory disease.

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Re: 84% of Mexico's H1N1 related deaths ages 20-54 (58% under 39); 2.2% immune depressed, none with history of respiratory disease
Also getting a better picture of those with underlying health conditions:

[link to www.bloomberg.com]
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1.) Over half of the deaths were between ages 20 - 39. Specifically, "Twenty-six, or 58 percent, of the 45 swine flu deaths in Mexico were people ages 20 to 39, Mexican health authorities said today."

2.) Of those, 11 percent had heart disease, and 24 percent had diabetes or were obese. The ministry did not give the ages of those.

3.) Some have suggested that the young deaths were brought on by a cyoktine storm. According to article, "56 percent of people who died from flu in Mexico showed signs of a “hyper immune reaction” according to health ministry’s figures." The ministry didn’t give details such as the ages of patients suffering the reactions.
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Ages of dead outside of Mexico? So far we have a toddler, two women in their 30s (one in Texas and one in Canada), and now a man in his 30s in Washington. Authorities report all had underlying health conditions.

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Re: 84% of Mexico's H1N1 related deaths ages 20-54 (58% under 39); 2.2% immune depressed, none with history of respiratory disease
Also getting a better picture of those with underlying health conditions:

[link to www.bloomberg.com]
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1.) Over half of the deaths were between ages 20 - 39. Specifically, "Twenty-six, or 58 percent, of the 45 swine flu deaths in Mexico were people ages 20 to 39, Mexican health authorities said today."

2.) Of those, 11 percent had heart disease, and 24 percent had diabetes or were obese. The ministry did not give the ages of those.

3.) Some have suggested that the young deaths were brought on by a cyoktine storm. According to article, "56 percent of people who died from flu in Mexico showed signs of a “hyper immune reaction” according to health ministry’s figures." The ministry didn’t give details such as the ages of patients suffering the reactions.
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Ages of dead outside of Mexico? So far we have a toddler, two women in their 30s (one in Texas and one in Canada), and now a man in his 30s in Washington. Authorities report all had underlying health conditions.
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Of those, 11 percent had heart disease, and 24 percent had diabetes or were obese

So what.
Seems being skinny and healthy while having Swine Flu is worse.
According to those stats, 65% were skinny and healthy.
However compiles these STats are idiots.
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Re: 84% of Mexico's H1N1 related deaths ages 20-54 (58% under 39); 2.2% immune depressed, none with history of respiratory disease
Interesting... Thanks OP
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Re: 84% of Mexico's H1N1 related deaths ages 20-54 (58% under 39); 2.2% immune depressed, none with history of respiratory disease
So what.
Seems being skinny and healthy while having Swine Flu is worse.
According to those stats, 65% were skinny and healthy.
However compiles these STats are idiots.
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Tis strange, eh?

Thing is, in regular seasonal flu, one still doesn't see adults under 65 dying of flu complications, unless they are VERY sick to begin with - cancer patients with chemo whacked out immune systems, maybe. A few others here and there.

But LOTS of people under 65 have diabetes, asthma, heart conditions, etc. and still don't die from the flu in a regular flu season.

Then again, these current stats are not = to LOTS of deaths. Still pretty low numbers, so that is encouraging. But hard to ignore the fact that those that do die, tend to be young - whether healthy or not.
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Re: 84% of Mexico's H1N1 related deaths ages 20-54 (58% under 39); 2.2% immune depressed, none with history of respiratory disease
[link to news.yahoo.com]

And this:

Most of the victims in Mexico, the center of the outbreak where 48 people with swine flu have died, have been adults aged 20 to 49, and many had no reported complicating factors.


Gets a bit contradictory from article to article.
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Re: 84% of Mexico's H1N1 related deaths ages 20-54 (58% under 39); 2.2% immune depressed, none with history of respiratory disease
This is the first shot across the bow in willfull deliberate biological warfare. Intended to cause panic, fear and the 'desire' for vaccination/immunization, which will prove fruitless, allow the selloff of aging/expired Tamiflu and vaccines that won't work and give time for 'threats' to be acted upon before the next wave is released which WILL combine to a deadly human to human form as was the case in 1918.
Of course we will all be sidetracked by the fake ALCIADUH attacks at home and in Pakistan to justify even more billions and death but by God we WILL secure the oil/gas routes through these countries for our true leaders the 'seven sisters' of the oil world. Oil and gas is not a 'national security issue' rather 'national security' is an oil and gas issue. And while we fight our fake 'terror wars' for these people at our expense they get to manipulate prices for yet again another year or two of world record profits!
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Re: 84% of Mexico's H1N1 related deaths ages 20-54 (58% under 39); 2.2% immune depressed, none with history of respiratory disease
% = percent = from hundred
Isn't it a bit big to speak of "percentages" if you have only 45?
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