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originally posted by: butcherguy
He was the wrong blood type.
They have used Brantley's plasma 3 times now in transfusions with people that were compatible with his blood type.
Q. Who else has received plasma?
A. Brantly also donated plasma for Ashoka Mukpo, a freelance video journalist being treated in Nebraska, and a fellow doctor who served in Africa, Dr. Rick Sacra, who also was hospitalized in Nebraska and recovered. Brantly said in a recent speech that he also offered his blood to Thomas Eric Duncan, a Liberian man who was treated for Ebola in Dallas, but that their blood types didn’t match. Duncan died on Wednesday, and Pham, the nurse, had been taking care of him.
originally posted by: FeistyFemme
.I hate to pull the race card, but this certainly seems like the case..
originally posted by: 200Plus
a reply to: FeistyFemme
Duncan knew he was exposed and got on a commercial plane. The second Ebola patient from Duncan also knew she was exposed and she got on a commercial flight.
Based on your logic it can be assumed that black people that come into contact with Ebola are trying to infect others.
Do you see how stupid that sounds?