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originally posted by: k3d59
UTMB Galveston agrees to dispose of Ebola medical waste
Spread the love, right?
originally posted by: Olivine
originally posted by: xavi1000
Patient zero of AIDS is year 1980 , 34 years fight with aids in US.More than 1.1 million people in the United States are living with HIV infection, and almost 1 in 6 (15.8%) are unaware of their infection.Ebola is far far away from this.
And 34 years later we still don't have a vaccine for HIV/Aids....
originally posted by: ThirdEyeofHorus
originally posted by: raymundoko
a reply to: ThirdEyeofHorus
I don't think that is correct.
1) She was told to self monitor, with quite a few others.
2) She took it upon herself to travel even with the request to self monitor.
3) She became I'll in Ohio.
4) She called the CDC and since her fever wasn't 100.4 or higher they told her she could travel home.
That is my understanding of what transpired from all the news interviews I have seen.
Oh I see, so she had already traveled before she developed symptoms. But what difference does it make if she was on the last leg of her trip when the CDC said oh its ok just come on home!!!! The CDC is to blame for telling her that. But I do agree that it would have been common sense for her not to travel after possible exposure, and even more wrong for her to travel after developing a fever, which she reported and which the CDC said not to worry. The CDC director is not admitting they do not have control of the situation and that they are incompetent and unprepared.
originally posted by: RoyalBlue
Oh good, now the bridal shop in Akron Ohio is shut down. The nurse (bride-to-be) spent about three hours there trying on wedding dresses. Now what do you do with the expensive wedding dresses she tried on ?
UTMB said on the conference that they don't know when the cruise ship is expected to dock.