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Dr Brantlys' blood type matches the nurse and two others???

 
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They all seem to have positive blood types.

[link to www.dailymail.co.uk]


There are four major blood types: A, B, AB, and O. They divide into positive and negative categories.

It is not known what blood type the four Ebola patients have in common.

The most common blood type in the US is O positive, although ethnic groups normally differ.

The majority of African Americans and Hispanics have O positive.

Around 37 per cent of Caucasians do too, but 33 per cent have A positive.

There is more variety among Asian people. A quarter are listed as B positive, according to the Red Cross, but many also have a high number of Os and As.


Not sure what types, but all positive blood types seem to be the common factor.

None have been rh- since most Africans, hispanics have positive blood types.


Does this mean ebola will effect those with positive blood types?

What effect if any, on those rh- for rhesus monkey factor.

Its like the simian virus in planet of the apes.

Makes sence, since monkeys get ebola. And those that are rh + would also get ebola.

Wow, truth is in the rh factor, it seems.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 63391304




O- has NO immunity against Ebola, but A- and AB- DO.

Most Js (all ALL "royals") are Rh negative, specifically A- and AB-. So most of J descent have immunity.

Less than 1% of Africans have Rh- blood.

Rh factor is named for Rhesus monkeys since they were used in the test, NOT because Rh positives contain "monkey blood" (which is a MYTH). (The O- lack of immunity confirms this.)
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They all seem to have positive blood types.

[link to www.dailymail.co.uk]


There are four major blood types: A, B, AB, and O. They divide into positive and negative categories.

It is not known what blood type the four Ebola patients have in common.

The most common blood type in the US is O positive, although ethnic groups normally differ.

The majority of African Americans and Hispanics have O positive.

Around 37 per cent of Caucasians do too, but 33 per cent have A positive.

There is more variety among Asian people. A quarter are listed as B positive, according to the Red Cross, but many also have a high number of Os and As.


Not sure what types, but all positive blood types seem to be the common factor.

None have been rh- since most Africans, hispanics have positive blood types.


Does this mean ebola will effect those with positive blood types?

What effect if any, on those rh- for rhesus monkey factor.

Its like the simian virus in planet of the apes.

Makes sence, since monkeys get ebola. And those that are rh + would also get ebola.

Wow, truth is in the rh factor, it seems.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 63391304




O- has NO immunity against Ebola, but A- and AB- DO.

Most Js (all ALL "royals") are Rh negative, specifically A- and AB-. So most of J descent have immunity.

Less than 1% of Africans have Rh- blood.

Rh factor is named for Rhesus monkeys since they were used in the test, NOT because Rh positives contain "monkey blood" (which is a MYTH). (The O- lack of immunity confirms this.)
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Thank you. I was just going to post that.
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What is the precedence being set on this, I wonder?

If we have a pandemic here in the states, and a person survives, what are his rights vs. obligations vs. choices?

If you survive without any vaccine, can you choose whether or not to donate your blood and when? Most people WOULD donate unless they felt sick maybe. Would you donate to a man who choose to lie and risk infecting his family that sounds like a psychopath? Should you be forced to? Is your body really your own?

Now, if YOU receive a vaccine and are alive because of it, don't you sort of become gov't property? Do you still have your rights to do with your body as you please or should you be forced to donate since you received vaccine that was limited in supply?
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Guess you become their property. They have a patent on ebola.
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They all seem to have positive blood types.

[link to www.dailymail.co.uk]


There are four major blood types: A, B, AB, and O. They divide into positive and negative categories.

It is not known what blood type the four Ebola patients have in common.

The most common blood type in the US is O positive, although ethnic groups normally differ.

The majority of African Americans and Hispanics have O positive.

Around 37 per cent of Caucasians do too, but 33 per cent have A positive.

There is more variety among Asian people. A quarter are listed as B positive, according to the Red Cross, but many also have a high number of Os and As.


Not sure what types, but all positive blood types seem to be the common factor.

None have been rh- since most Africans, hispanics have positive blood types.


Does this mean ebola will effect those with positive blood types?

What effect if any, on those rh- for rhesus monkey factor.

Its like the simian virus in planet of the apes.

Makes sence, since monkeys get ebola. And those that are rh + would also get ebola.

Wow, truth is in the rh factor, it seems.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 63391304




O- has NO immunity against Ebola, but A- and AB- DO.

Most Js (all ALL "royals") are Rh negative, specifically A- and AB-. So most of J descent have immunity.

Less than 1% of Africans have Rh- blood.

Rh factor is named for Rhesus monkeys since they were used in the test, NOT because Rh positives contain "monkey blood" (which is a MYTH). (The O- lack of immunity confirms this.)
 Quoting: Haha 22872141


Wow, where did you get your misinformation??

o- confers immunity being it is the oldest blood type in the world, and is the mutation of the Basques and western Europeans who survived the earlier ebola plagues.
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They all seem to have positive blood types.

[link to www.dailymail.co.uk]


There are four major blood types: A, B, AB, and O. They divide into positive and negative categories.

It is not known what blood type the four Ebola patients have in common.

The most common blood type in the US is O positive, although ethnic groups normally differ.

The majority of African Americans and Hispanics have O positive.

Around 37 per cent of Caucasians do too, but 33 per cent have A positive.

There is more variety among Asian people. A quarter are listed as B positive, according to the Red Cross, but many also have a high number of Os and As.


Not sure what types, but all positive blood types seem to be the common factor.

None have been rh- since most Africans, hispanics have positive blood types.


Does this mean ebola will effect those with positive blood types?

What effect if any, on those rh- for rhesus monkey factor.

Its like the simian virus in planet of the apes.

Makes sence, since monkeys get ebola. And those that are rh + would also get ebola.

Wow, truth is in the rh factor, it seems.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 63391304




O- has NO immunity against Ebola, but A- and AB- DO.

Most Js (all ALL "royals") are Rh negative, specifically A- and AB-. So most of J descent have immunity.

Less than 1% of Africans have Rh- blood.

Rh factor is named for Rhesus monkeys since they were used in the test, NOT because Rh positives contain "monkey blood" (which is a MYTH). (The O- lack of immunity confirms this.)
 Quoting: Haha 22872141


Link to all royals have A-, or ab- blood. I thought the royals, blue blood were o-. The term,Blue blood came about when baby born type o- has blue tint for a few seconds, until they take their first breath.


The rh + monkey factor is not a myth. I posted more about the test and a link so you can be informed, its no myth.

However o- blood types have stronger immunity, as long as they do not take Any vaccines.

If rh- types take any vaccine, it will their own strong immunity. Vaccines cause autoimmune diseases.

Rh+ was discovered in 1940.
[link to www.infoplease.com]

They injected RH DNA from the monkey into the rabbit, the result was the rabbits immune system attacked the RH DNA, because it was a infectious prion basicaly.

Then they did the same thing with human rh+ blood and got the same results.

But with some human blood, this did not happen, and typed this group rh-.

But you can read the link yourself.
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Very convenient, even though she is asian.
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She may be A+. If so, that makes her a universal recipient -- she can take any blood type.
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They all seem to have positive blood types.

[link to www.dailymail.co.uk]


There are four major blood types: A, B, AB, and O. They divide into positive and negative categories.

It is not known what blood type the four Ebola patients have in common.

The most common blood type in the US is O positive, although ethnic groups normally differ.

The majority of African Americans and Hispanics have O positive.

Around 37 per cent of Caucasians do too, but 33 per cent have A positive.

There is more variety among Asian people. A quarter are listed as B positive, according to the Red Cross, but many also have a high number of Os and As.


Not sure what types, but all positive blood types seem to be the common factor.

None have been rh- since most Africans, hispanics have positive blood types.


Does this mean ebola will effect those with positive blood types?

What effect if any, on those rh- for rhesus monkey factor.

Its like the simian virus in planet of the apes.

Makes sence, since monkeys get ebola. And those that are rh + would also get ebola.

Wow, truth is in the rh factor, it seems.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 63391304




O- has NO immunity against Ebola, but A- and AB- DO.

Most Js (all ALL "royals") are Rh negative, specifically A- and AB-. So most of J descent have immunity.

Less than 1% of Africans have Rh- blood.

Rh factor is named for Rhesus monkeys since they were used in the test, NOT because Rh positives contain "monkey blood" (which is a MYTH). (The O- lack of immunity confirms this.)
 Quoting: Haha 22872141


Wow, where did you get your misinformation??

o- confers immunity being it is the oldest blood type in the world, and is the mutation of the Basques and western Europeans who survived the earlier ebola plagues.

 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 64040574

You are correct. Thanks for posting.
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Dr. brantley blood has matched all infected, the probablities are low, and improbable.
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o rh neg international doners he can give to all but only receive the same blood group
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Re: Dr Brantlys' blood type matches the nurse and two others???
I'm not exactly sure how it works but I do know that normal blood typing compatibility is much less an issue with plasma since it is devoid of red blood cells. A previous poster mentioned a chart...not sure if this is correct either, but from some experience in providing blood I was at first surprised to find out that blood type did not match for plasma. I discovered this when doing a blood type check with a tech at the hospital blood bank. I did not go further into the exact reasons but was assured that non-matching blood type was not a problem for the specific transfusion I was performing. I am also pretty sure that the blood product can be further reduced to the specific requirements of the recipient...such as platelets...etc. As with any transfusion there is continuous monitoring of the patient for reaction...this is because, as again another poster mentioned, there are many more reasons for transfusion reactions than just basic blood typing. Any blood transfusion can go wrong, even one with matching ABO typing.
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The article said the hospital contacted Nancy Wrightbol about donating to Duncan and she wasn't a match ...not brantley
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They are using his blood plasma. It's different than a blood transfusion. If he happens to be AB then almost everyone can use his blood.

But they are going to drain this guy dry soon. He will bleed to death from blood donations rather than ebola hemorrhaging it out.
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