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Jackinthebox
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This is local news for me folks...

Saugerties man who had swine flu is dead

KINGSTON - A Saugerties man who had tested positive for swine flu died Wednesday night, according to the Ulster County Executive's Office.

The man, who was not identified by officials, had been hospitalized with underlying medical conditions, and had a confirmed case of H1N1 virus or swine flu. Officials stressed the man had several conditions that likely interacted, leading to his death.

"There were multiple underlying health conditions going on," said Vincent C. Martello, assistant deputy county executive/communications, "... all of which contributed to the individual's death."

Case is 1st Ulster fatality
This is the ninth confirmed case of swine flu in Ulster County and the first death there associated with the virus. Martello said the other confirmed cases in the county have been mild, and the individuals have since recovered.

Out of respect for the man's family and their privacy, no further information was made available to the public, according to a press release from the county.

Ulster County Executive Mike Hein expressed his sympathies and said, "Our hearts and prayers go out to the family and friends of this individual, and we will continue to partner with the local medical community and do everything possible to reduce the spread of this disease."

The county Health Department advises the best way to prevent the spread of all forms of flu is for individuals and families to continue to exercise precautions, such as frequent hand washing, staying home and keeping children at home when ill, and contacting your family physician if flu symptoms are present.

High-risk individuals, including young children and those with medical conditions, such as asthma, cardiovascular disease, morbid obesity and liver dysfunction, should be closely monitored for flu-like symptoms and should seek immediate medical attention whenever symptoms are suspected.

There have been 2,582 cases of swine flu, also known as the H1N1 influenza virus, reported in the state as of July 10, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Of those cases, at least 41 have been confirmed in Dutchess County, according to the state Department of Health.

Last week, the World Health Organization reported nearly 95,000 cases of swine flu, including 429 deaths worldwide.

Experts estimate swine flu to be about as dangerous as seasonal flu, and there usually isn't a high demand for those vaccines. Still, regular flu kills up to 500,000 people a year worldwide.

While the death is tragic, Martello said the number of cases puts the confirmed rate of infection at a tiny fraction of one percent of the Ulster population. He added there have been no clusters of the virus found.

"It needs to be put in perspective," he said.


[link to www.poughkeepsiejournal.com]

...nicely downplayed.
When the Lamb opened the third seal, I heard the third living creature say, "Come!" I looked, and there before me was a black horse! Its rider was holding a pair of scales in his hand.

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Oh dear,...

Good thing they had the foresight to develop a vaccine.

Guess that person could not afford it.



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Oh fear...
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It is killing pregnant women now here where I am....


By Tamara Gibbs

WILSON, NC (WTVD) -- A pregnant North Carolina woman diagnosed with H1N1 Swine Flu has died just days after her baby was delivered.

The 38-year-old was first admitted to the Wilson Medical Center east of Raleigh last week. Tests showed she had the H1N1 virus.

As her condition worsened, she was transferred to WakeMed hospital in Raleigh.

"The determination was that she was sufficiently seriously ill that Wilson Med felt like she could be more appropriately cared for at WakeMed," explained Wilson Medical Center Director Felix Meyer.
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According to family and friends, the woman gave birth to a healthy baby girl after she was transferred to Raleigh, but then died Wednesday.

Health officials have declined to identify the woman or comment on the specifics of the case, but say the virus can be difficult to treat if there are other health issues.

"Folks who have some other ongoing problem - pregnancy is one, age is another - all of them can cause severe complications," said Meyer.

Health officials say tests are underway for people who came in contact with the woman. So far, no one has tested positive for Swine Flu. So far, there have been 11 confirmed cases of the virus in Wilson County. Four people statewide have died.

Health officials are urging people to be proactive - especially as flu season is right around the corner.

"As we go into the fall, we want people to get their regular flu shot along with the H1N1 shot when it becomes available," offered Joyce Wetherington with the Wilson Health Department.
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Many more people die from regular 'ol influenza every year than this H1N1 bullshit.
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Hang in there Jack... ignore the dipshits.
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Oh fear...
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 726216


You caught me dead to Rights there.



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Officials stressed the man had several conditions that likely interacted, leading to his death.

"There were multiple underlying health conditions going on," said Vincent C. Martello, assistant deputy county executive/communications, "... all of which contributed to the individual's death."

...nicely downplayed.
 Quoting: Jackinthebox


Yes - I agree. Very Interesting that of all the Reports that I've seen about the H1N1 Virus and People who've died from It is that THEY (The News, WHO and the CDC) always say it was due to underlying conditions...

Give Me a Freaking break here...

Its the H1N1 that Killed Them - Not Their underlying Medical Conditions. The H1N1 Exacerbated It and caused His death - Period.

Flippin' News eh ? North - East - West - South - They're almost good for nothing now except to parrot the Official Line They're given by Their Handlers - And for those Aware - To see what They're planning next...

That said, Peace to You...

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There does seem to have been an explosion of deaths in the last week. A second wave or just spreading that fast??
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Its the H1N1 that Killed Them - Not Their underlying Medical Conditions. The H1N1 Exacerbated It and caused His death - Period.
 Quoting: Mercuriel™


There is ALWAYS some sort of underlying medical condition. We all have something that could be a factor in complicating another sudden condition. Anything from high blood pressure to malnutrition. So I think you are right on the money there.

It's like people with AIDS. You don't die of AIDS. You die of whatever other disease is allowed to creep in because of the AIDS. But do you blame the common cold or the AIDS for why the person died?
When the Lamb opened the third seal, I heard the third living creature say, "Come!" I looked, and there before me was a black horse! Its rider was holding a pair of scales in his hand.

Then I heard what sounded like a voice among the four living creatures, saying, "A quart of wheat for a day's wages, and three quarts of barley for a day's wages, and do not damage the oil and the wine!"


-Revelation 6:5, 6:6
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Yep - I'm on the same page with Ya...

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i knew this was a shrill topic as soon as i saw it ... far too many paid up mugs on here just confirmed it


btw ... i had swine flu and know what a joke it is .... i will pull the thread up again for you shrills



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i knew this was a shrill topic as soon as i saw it ... far too many paid up mugs on here just confirmed it


btw ... i had swine flu and know what a joke it is .... i will pull the thread up again for you shrills



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 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 715364


Did you sniff a lot of glue as a child????
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Many more people die from regular 'ol influenza every year than this H1N1 bullshit.
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Young people? yeah, right. You buying that old 36,000 meme?
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i knew this was a shrill topic as soon as i saw it ... far too many paid up mugs on here just confirmed it


btw ... i had swine flu and know what a joke it is .... i will pull the thread up again for you shrills



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Did you sniff a lot of glue as a child????
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 727570







same tatic again - everytime i mention this I then get attacked by an AC and the paid up mugs act like they cant see my message
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i knew this was a shrill topic as soon as i saw it ... far too many paid up mugs on here just confirmed it


btw ... i had swine flu and know what a joke it is .... i will pull the thread up again for you shrills



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Did you sniff a lot of glue as a child????
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 727570









so come on mug .... wheres that comment come from?????
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Yeah well - When They can't shut Ya up or shut Ya down - Its the last Tactic of Resort to call You a Disinfo Shill - LOL. Pathetic if You ask Me.

That said - You must be doing something right. Keep at 'er - We're having an effect. They're waking up slowly but surely and You can thank those like Yourself for It.

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7/15/2009) By Ginger ten Bensel - State Health officials are confirming the first Swine Flu Death in Nebraska. It is a woman in her 50's from Custer County. The Department of Health and Human Services is not releasing the woman's name due to medical privacy.

Officials said she did have other chronic health problems like heart disease.

She died last week.

"It is a tragedy that we have lost this person from Custer County. I just hope we go with knowledge this virus is here to stay."

HHS has confirmed 264 swine flu cases in Nebraska since the outbreak began in April.

13 people have been hospitalized.

[link to new.khastv.com]
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This is local news for me mugs


[link to www.thesun.co.uk]




he lives four doors down from my boss


The headline says he died of swine flu

the last line of teh article states teh cause of death is unknown!!!!!!!!


Two days later we hear the real story

[link to news.sky.com]


However I know the day before he died of a heart attack yet the biggest paper in the world spreads these false rumours
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The flu death count here goes up daily. (newest at top)
[link to spreadsheets.google.com]
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The flu death count here goes up daily. (newest at top)
[link to spreadsheets.google.com]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 707413







CAN YOU TELL ME IF THE DOCTOR IS ON THAT LIST?

IF NOT WAS HE EVER?

AND IF SO, HOW MANY MORE NEED TO COME OFF?
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However I know the day before he died of a heart attack yet the biggest paper in the world spreads these false rumours
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Your article said he had viral pneumonia and blood clots. Flu can cause these things, you know.
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Its the H1N1 that Killed Them - Not Their underlying Medical Conditions. The H1N1 Exacerbated It and caused His death - Period.


There is ALWAYS some sort of underlying medical condition. We all have something that could be a factor in complicating another sudden condition. Anything from high blood pressure to malnutrition. So I think you are right on the money there.

It's like people with AIDS. You don't die of AIDS. You die of whatever other disease is allowed to creep in because of the AIDS. But do you blame the common cold or the AIDS for why the person died?
 Quoting: Jackinthebox



the thing that gets me is that most people have SOME underlying health problem, how many people do you know with 100% perfect health? these underlying problems could mean anything from suffers with migraines to tooth ache or an ingrown toenail! the vast majority have some minor problem.
happy now?
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