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The health care worker who returned from Sierra Leone and sparked a Ebola scare in the U.S. after she was pulled off a United Airlines flight at Newark does not have Ebola. The woman, whose name has not been released, reportedly vomited aboard United flight 45 from Brussels and suffered from a high fever and was taken to Hackensack Medical Center. But a spokesman for Hackensack Medical Center said in a statement despite her symptoms she has been declared 'Ebola free.'
James Lawrenzi, DO, who has two clinics in Garden City and Archie, Missouri, appeared on the Alex Jones Show today to warn that the true scale of the situation was being deliberately downplayed. It is important to note that none of these potential Ebola outbreaks occurred at the clinics in which Lawrenzi works. Lawrenzi said that shortly after the arrival of patient zero – Thomas Eric Duncan – in the United States, he was told by a doctor at Truman Lakewood Medical Center in Kansas City they had taken in a possible Ebola patient who had a high fever and was bleeding out of all his orifices having recently returned from West Africa. The following day, Lawrenzi was told by the doctor that the patient had “disappeared” against medical advice, but that he wouldn’t have been able to leave on his own given his medical condition. The day after the patient disappeared, a meeting was called for anyone who had contact with the patient. Doctors and other medical workers were told that the patient had malaria. Lawrenzi also revealed that drug reps from within the area warned over additional possible Ebola cases in the area. A second possible Ebola patient was then admitted to Research Medical Center in Kansas City the following day but also quickly “disappeared,” with hospital bosses claiming he had typhoid, according to Lawrenzi. “These patients are disappearing, they’re doing something with the patients and God knows where they’re going,” said the doctor.
originally posted by: Sremmos80
a reply to: Anyafaj
And keep the cases under wraps and docs telling people in the very unlikely event that you do get the virus that it can be treated here in the states drives people to get it how?