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    Thumbs up Sierra Leone celebrates end of Ebola epidemic

    Some good news:

    http://mobile.reuters.com/article/idUSKCN0SW0CA20151107

    42 days with no new cases. Well done all the doctors and not forgetting the 220 health workers that died.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cosa Nostra View Post
    Some good news:

    http://mobile.reuters.com/article/idUSKCN0SW0CA20151107

    42 days with no new cases. Well done all the doctors and not forgetting the 220 health workers that died.
    Considering the shortage of resources over there it makes it all the more remarkable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cosa Nostra View Post
    Some good news:

    http://mobile.reuters.com/article/idUSKCN0SW0CA20151107

    42 days with no new cases. Well done all the doctors and not forgetting the 220 health workers that died.
    Hi xx

    I saw that bit , but considering that a (UK ??) nurse who has recovered from Ebola some many months ago now

    (a week or two ago) presented with a full blown case of Ebola (long long long after having been in the infective

    environment) , brings the whole 2014 crisis into new light : it has been known for quite some time that male Ebola

    patients (even after they have recovered) are contagious via their sperm for some 7 months , this Female nurse's

    recurrence of the disease caught the scientific and World Health community by surprise .

    I do hope the vaccination trials are going well , but I'm not sure it's quite time to celebrate -- yet x

    May I please be proved wrong !! X
    I do what I want. I cannot do otherwise.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cosa Nostra View Post
    Some good news:

    http://mobile.reuters.com/article/idUSKCN0SW0CA20151107

    42 days with no new cases. Well done all the doctors and not forgetting the 220 health workers that died.
    Promising !!

    May it hold ! X


    "Well done all the doctors and not forgetting the 220 health workers that died."

    Indeed x

    Many more than 220 have perished !
    I do what I want. I cannot do otherwise.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cosa Nostra View Post
    Some good news:

    http://mobile.reuters.com/article/idUSKCN0SW0CA20151107

    42 days with no new cases. Well done all the doctors and not forgetting the 220 health workers that died.
    Nature is experimenting with new diseases.
    As are the government's.

    Simply put the world cannot sustain the growing population, or the dwindling energy resources and food supplies.
    Throw in conflicts, global warming etc and
    Something has to give and we will find ourselves in a very different world within the next 100 years or so

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stephanie View Post
    Hi xx

    I saw that bit , but considering that a (UK ??) nurse who has recovered from Ebola some many months ago now

    (a week or two ago) presented with a full blown case of Ebola (long long long after having been in the infective

    environment) , brings the whole 2014 crisis into new light : it has been known for quite some time that male Ebola

    patients (even after they have recovered) are contagious via their sperm for some 7 months , this Female nurse's

    recurrence of the disease caught the scientific and World Health community by surprise .

    I do hope the vaccination trials are going well , but I'm not sure it's quite time to celebrate -- yet x

    May I please be proved wrong !! X
    Quote Originally Posted by Stephanie View Post
    Promising !!

    May it hold ! X


    "Well done all the doctors and not forgetting the 220 health workers that died."

    Indeed x

    Many more than 220 have perished !
    I actually did not know that about sperm contagion ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stephanie View Post
    Promising !!

    May it hold ! X


    "Well done all the doctors and not forgetting the 220 health workers that died."

    Indeed x

    Many more than 220 have perished !
    It makes me laugh how the press make people worry about 200 or so people, when far more are killed in preventable car accidents, more women are killed by spouses and of course the damn yanks and their open gun laws

    The car makes could easily implement better safety systems in cars but choose not to
    We sell cheap drugs, cheap alcohol, infect our food, so many instances of self destruction

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    Quote Originally Posted by CockneyRebel View Post
    It makes me laugh how the press make people worry about 200 or so people, when far more are killed in preventable car accidents, more women are killed by spouses and of course the damn yanks and their open gun laws

    The car makes could easily implement better safety systems in cars but choose not to
    We sell cheap drugs, cheap alcohol, infect our food, so many instances of self destruction
    You forgot Tobacco. The number one killer and you forgot it

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    Anyhow fuck this, the conversation was suppose to be something constructive and it's not going that way so I'm sticking my fingers in my ears.


    Lalalalalalalala

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mister Anderson View Post
    You forgot Tobacco. The number one killer and you forgot it
    actually its malaria, mosquitos carrying it. Kills over half a million every year

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