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This would not even play well in a movie! Imagine the cheesy B grade plot here.
Outbreak is a 1995 American medical disaster film directed by Wolfgang Petersen. The film stars Dustin Hoffman, Rene Russo and Morgan Freeman and co-stars Cuba Gooding, Jr., Kevin Spacey, Donald Sutherland and Patrick Dempsey. The film focuses on an outbreak of a fictional Ebola-like virus called Motaba in Zaire and later in a small town in the United States. Its primary settings are government disease control centers USAMRIID and the CDC, and the fictional town of Cedar Creek, California. Outbreak's plot speculates how far military and civilian agencies might go to contain the spread of a deadly contagion.
As Daniels and his team begin a search for the host animal, a state of martial law is declared in Cedar Creek, and the U.S. Army has quarantined the town to contain the outbreak. During their research, Casey is infected when his suit tears and Robby follows after a convulsing Casey accidentally stabs her with a needle. A mystery serum, E-1101, is introduced to those suffering from Motaba. Daniels soon realizes the serum is not experimental, but was designed to cure Motaba, and that Ford knew about the virus beforehand. However, the serum does not help the residents of Cedar Creek, who are infected by a mutated strain. Daniels confronts Ford who admits he withheld information on the virus due to national security and Motaba's potential to be turned into a biological weapon.
A mystery serum, E-1101, is introduced to those suffering from Motaba.
Dr Yoshihiro Kawaoka, 58, had chosen strains of 2009 pandemic virus that were resistant to antibodies
The goal of the study at University of Wisconsin's Institute of Influenza Virus Research is to improve vaccines
Kawaoka's critics say if the virus escapes from his lab, the human population would be defenseless against it Read more: www.dailymail.co.uk...# ixzz39anhGOId Follow us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook
As the second of two Americans fighting Ebola virus disease (EVD) returned to the United States from Liberia today, reports suggested that an experimental drug they received may have helped them. Nancy Writebol, a hygienist who was working at an Ebola hospital in Liberia, arrived at Emory University Hospital in Atlanta this afternoon, according to CBS News. She received two doses of the drug while in Liberia, and she can now walk with help and has regained her appetite, the story said.
Antibody cocktail The decision to treat the two Americans with the experimental drug stemmed from an inquiry from Samaritan's Purse to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) about possible treatments, according to a Washington Post story. The CDC put the group in touch with National Institutes of Health (NIH) workers in Liberia who were aware of tests of the drug in monkeys. Within a few days, doses of the drug were flown in from the United States and given to Brantly and Writebol, according to the Post. A spokesman for SIM, or Service in Mission, the Christian group that employs Writebol, told the newspaper that her condition seemed to stabilize after she was treated on Jul 31.
In this case, I suggest everyone start smoking, and drinking and whoring as much as possible now.... Screw up those organs before some fat cat decides he/she want's your kidneys and liver…
There's no anti-virus that is going to de-liquefy human organs and if the most vital organs are damaged, he, or anyone else has next to no chance of survival, cure for the virus its self or no cure..!!
originally posted by: intrptr
a reply to: BobAthome
bahhh more western quackery i tells ya,,,
Thermal cameras or "imaging devices" detect differing levels of heat generated by the body.
The cameras software could be set to only detect above a certain temp. Since that is normally 98.6, people with higher temps eyes would be lit up like stars.
Unless they are wearing shades or walk backwards.
originally posted by: drwill
a reply to: marg6043
This is so true. We're being told what TBTB is telling media bigmouths.
A vaccine does seem inevitable...unless the cure is worse than the disease.
Suddenly I am recalling a film ...I Am Legend.