posted on Sep, 4 2014 @ 10:31 PM
a reply to: roth1
roth, it was posted on one of these Ebola threads (and mainstream news sites) that the doc who was later transferred to Emory in Atlanta, received a
blood transfusion from a former patient who survived. They said the family wanted to 'give back' to the doc who saved their 14 year old son. It
reportedly had an immediate and amazing effect. I remember because they made a big deal out of him letting the other aid worker have the
pharmaceutical serum, since there wasn't enough for both of them.
Then, suddenly that whole story fell off the radar. Very weird. They do not mention it at all. The new story said he gave her the FIRST dose because
the other was not thawed. (Why would they thaw at different rates when they arrived in the same shipment?) Even if that is true, they do not mention
the blood they once said he received.
This was so suspicious to me, in light of the fact he walked into Emory, while she was strapped to a gurney (implying she was worse off.)
I can see how the pharmaceutical company would not want the world to know the blood transfusion was more effective. Where's the money in that???
(Now, how the company could control the story is anybody's guess-- and my guess would be 'money talks.')
I know that makes me sound cynical and distrustful, but I struggle to resolve that story-switch to this day.