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doctors are BAFFLED why the vaccinated now have a disease so rare, it was never seen before, as malaria becomes a pandemic in Texas and Florida

 
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doctors are BAFFLED why the vaccinated now have a disease so rare, it was never seen before, as malaria becomes a pandemic in Texas and Florida
Doctors are sounding the alarm on a deadly tropical disease spreading into the US — it was once so rare that most doctors have never seen a single case of it.

But now, leishmaniasis — a potentially lethal disease spread by tiny sand flies — is endemic in the US. It used to be seen only in people who had traveled to tropical countries.


“Most doctors, if you ask them, ‘Is there leishmania in the US?’ They’ll say ‘no way’ or ‘What is that?’” Dr. Gideon Wasserberg, professor of disease ecology at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, told CNN.

Sand flies are much smaller than mosquitoes — so small they can slip through most window screens — and spread the parasite that causes leishmaniasis by biting a person or animal.

“Sometimes you don’t even notice that you’ve been bitten,” said Dr. Mary Kamb, a medical epidemiologist at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Kamb presented evidence at this week’s annual meeting of the American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene that leishmaniasis has now been found in people who haven’t traveled outside the country, proving that the disease is now part of living in the US.





A warming climate makes it likely that sand flies will continue to expand their territory, experts say, and spread diseases like leishmaniasis farther north.




Other diseases once confined to the tropics are now creeping northward into the US: Malaria, for example, might now be endemic in places like Florida and Texas.



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Re: doctors are BAFFLED why the vaccinated now have a disease so rare, it was never seen before, as malaria becomes a pandemic in Texas and Florida
Bill Gates released billions of genetically modified mosquitoes there. Another "coincidence"?
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Re: doctors are BAFFLED why the vaccinated now have a disease so rare, it was never seen before, as malaria becomes a pandemic in Texas and Florida
This is why natural cures is better than vaccine. See this

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Re: doctors are BAFFLED why the vaccinated now have a disease so rare, it was never seen before, as malaria becomes a pandemic in Texas and Florida
Wonder if Dr. Fauci testing sand flies eating beagles heads has something to do with this?
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Re: doctors are BAFFLED why the vaccinated now have a disease so rare, it was never seen before, as malaria becomes a pandemic in Texas and Florida
Sand jogger border jumpers bring their plagues and pestilence.
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Re: doctors are BAFFLED why the vaccinated now have a disease so rare, it was never seen before, as malaria becomes a pandemic in Texas and Florida
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Re: doctors are BAFFLED why the vaccinated now have a disease so rare, it was never seen before, as malaria becomes a pandemic in Texas and Florida
Doctors are sounding the alarm on a deadly tropical disease spreading into the US — it was once so rare that most doctors have never seen a single case of it.

But now, leishmaniasis — a potentially lethal disease spread by tiny sand flies — is endemic in the US. It used to be seen only in people who had traveled to tropical countries.


“Most doctors, if you ask them, ‘Is there leishmania in the US?’ They’ll say ‘no way’ or ‘What is that?’” Dr. Gideon Wasserberg, professor of disease ecology at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, told CNN.

Sand flies are much smaller than mosquitoes — so small they can slip through most window screens — and spread the parasite that causes leishmaniasis by biting a person or animal.

“Sometimes you don’t even notice that you’ve been bitten,” said Dr. Mary Kamb, a medical epidemiologist at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Kamb presented evidence at this week’s annual meeting of the American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene that leishmaniasis has now been found in people who haven’t traveled outside the country, proving that the disease is now part of living in the US.





A warming climate makes it likely that sand flies will continue to expand their territory, experts say, and spread diseases like leishmaniasis farther north.




Other diseases once confined to the tropics are now creeping northward into the US: Malaria, for example, might now be endemic in places like Florida and Texas.



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This has nothing to do with the vaccinated. You are lying, fake news.
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Re: doctors are BAFFLED why the vaccinated now have a disease so rare, it was never seen before, as malaria becomes a pandemic in Texas and Florida
Bill Gates released billions of genetically modified mosquitoes there. Another "coincidence"?
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Sand flies aren't mosquitos so no.
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Re: doctors are BAFFLED why the vaccinated now have a disease so rare, it was never seen before, as malaria becomes a pandemic in Texas and Florida
Doctors are sounding the alarm on a deadly tropical disease spreading into the US — it was once so rare that most doctors have never seen a single case of it.

But now, leishmaniasis — a potentially lethal disease spread by tiny sand flies — is endemic in the US. It used to be seen only in people who had traveled to tropical countries.


“Most doctors, if you ask them, ‘Is there leishmania in the US?’ They’ll say ‘no way’ or ‘What is that?’” Dr. Gideon Wasserberg, professor of disease ecology at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, told CNN.

Sand flies are much smaller than mosquitoes — so small they can slip through most window screens — and spread the parasite that causes leishmaniasis by biting a person or animal.

“Sometimes you don’t even notice that you’ve been bitten,” said Dr. Mary Kamb, a medical epidemiologist at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Kamb presented evidence at this week’s annual meeting of the American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene that leishmaniasis has now been found in people who haven’t traveled outside the country, proving that the disease is now part of living in the US.





A warming climate makes it likely that sand flies will continue to expand their territory, experts say, and spread diseases like leishmaniasis farther north.




Other diseases once confined to the tropics are now creeping northward into the US: Malaria, for example, might now be endemic in places like Florida and Texas.



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 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1592401


This has nothing to do with the vaccinated. You are lying, fake news.
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Sounds like its due to climate change and thee chiggers are moving north.
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Re: doctors are BAFFLED why the vaccinated now have a disease so rare, it was never seen before, as malaria becomes a pandemic in Texas and Florida
"In the New World (the Western Hemisphere), leishmaniasis is found in some parts of Mexico, Central America, and South America... Occasional cases of cutaneous leishmaniasis have been acquired in Texas and Oklahoma."


Umm, illegals crossing into the US
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Re: doctors are BAFFLED why the vaccinated now have a disease so rare, it was never seen before, as malaria becomes a pandemic in Texas and Florida
Better ask bill gates. I’m sure he has an answer.
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Re: doctors are BAFFLED why the vaccinated now have a disease so rare, it was never seen before, as malaria becomes a pandemic in Texas and Florida
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) approved a plan to release millions of Bill Gates-funded genetically-modified mosquitos into parts of the US. The disturbing plan, which was created by the British biotech firm Oxitec, which is bankrolled by the Bill & Melinda Gates

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