It is a well known fact that in the history of diseases, no sexually transmitted disease has ever been eradicated. Any treatment that depends on personal self-will/discipline/compliance doesn't stand a chance of effecting a cure.
...the aids virus has an affinity for the tubercle bacilli (tuberculosis) and attaches to it easily, making aids an effectively airborn disease.
Originally posted by CelticMist
great just great, as if the regular strain of MRSA didn't cause me enough headache now it's caMRSA. Nothing like purulent drainage to make you go YUCK!
CBN Report: Bad Bug II
Community acquired methicillin resistant Staphylococcus aureus (CA-MRSA) has become an epidemic problem of serious concern in the U.S. and much of the world.
Community-acquired methicillin resistant Staphylococcus aureus is largely synonymous with the CDC’s term "USA 300," which refers to a family of related strains of S. aureus that were originally derived from ST8, a methicillin-sensitive strain. The epidemic strain of CA-MRSA in the U.S. is clonal. It produces the Panton-Valentine leukocidin (PVL)1 and has the type IV SCC mec element2 that confers methicillin-resistance. ...data indicate a blurring of the distinction between the USA 300 strains as "community-acquired" and USA 100/200 as "nosocomial" or "health-care associated."
...infectious diseases experts are beginning to voice concern that CA-MRSA may become an even larger problem if and when pandemic influenza materializes.
Physician's Weekly, June, 2006: Is a CA-MRSA Outbreak Among Us?
In 2004, an outbreak of community-acquired methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (CA-MRSA) was observed in Chicago and Los Angeles. The March 31, 2006 Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report provides important details on the CA-MRSA cases in both areas. In Chicago, 11 cases of CA-MRSA were reported between May and December 2004. Nasal cultures revealed positive results in one physician and one nurse...
Soft Tissue, Connective Tissue & Bone Cancers
"Sarcoma" is a term used to describe a whole family of cancers that arise in the body's connective tissues, which include fat, muscle, blood vessels, deep skin tissues, nerves, bones and cartilage.
A sarcoma is a cancer that grows in the soft tissues of the body, such as in muscle or fat. This kind of cancer can grow in the soft tissue of any part of the body. It is unusual and occurs equally in men and women.
Originally posted by justgeneric
In short a person with a healthy immune system, good hygiene and practices safe sex is less susceptible.
CA-MRSA is emerging as a cause of skin and soft-tissue infections and mainly causes disease in otherwise young healthy persons without any risk factors.
Doctors fear epidemic of superbug that hits the healthy
"It's very clear we are in the middle of an MRSA epidemic now," said Daum (a professor of pediatrics at Chicago's Children's Hospital).
These children weren't weakened by other diseases, they were healthy.
"The overprescription of antibiotics, and the use of antibiotics in animal feed, and use of antibiotics in all the cleaning products have created an environment whereby the weaker bacteria are dying off, leaving the stronger bacteria to be even stronger," (public health consultant Everly) said.
Historically, infection with strains of MRSA was acquired in hospitals and long-term health care facilities. In contrast, CA-MRSA infection is becoming more prevalent in a number of healthy populations without prior contact with health care institutions. This epidemic is yet another example of how old pathogens can emerge with greater virulence and spread broadly.
Originally posted by whitewave
Take heart all. I don't think the genocidal elite want to be rulers of a smoldering ash heap.
Pfizer's Chemical/Biological Weapons Report
In this 1964 report, the company (then called Chas. Pfizer & Co., Inc.) discusses its first year of research under its contract to create incapacitating agents, which produce tremors, dysphoria, confusion, muscle fatigue, pain, vomiting, diarrhea, difficulty breathing or swallowing, hypersensitive skin, dangerously low blood pressure, and/or - most intriguingly - retrograde amnesia. Despite the absence of the word biological from the report's title, Pfizer also discusses its work with microbes in addition to chemicals.