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Originally posted by larphillips
Originally posted by Hx3_1963
bitmapped: WV and WY only states without swine flu cases. 1 minute ago from TwitterFon
Two such remote and underpopulated states lead me to believe that they have infections that for the most part have probably not been tested for/reported. Also, I would imagine that many who would seek medical attention would flee to the better hospitals in neighboring states (at least in the case of WV.)
Santiago de Chile, may. 19 (ANDINA).- Chile se convirtió este martes en uno de los principales focos de la nueva gripe A en Sudamérica, luego que el total de contagiados llegara a diez.
"That's absolutely false. She was a healthy, pregnant woman, eight months pregnant, until she contracted the virus. She became acutely ill but never diagnosed with any major medical complications of any kind," Trunnell explains.
Severe Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus aureus Community-Acquired Pneumonia Associated with Influenza --- Louisiana and Georgia, December 2006--January 2007
Staphylococcus aureus infection has been reported infrequently as a cause of community-acquired pneumonia (CAP) and typically has been associated with influenza virus infection or influenza-like illness (ILI).* During the 2003--04 influenza season, methicillin-resistant S. aureus (MRSA) gained attention as a cause of 15 cases of influenza-associated CAP† (1). No formal surveillance has been conducted, and few additional cases of MRSA CAP were reported to CDC during the 2004--05 and 2005--06 influenza seasons. However, in January 2007, CDC received reports of 10 cases of severe MRSA CAP, including six deaths, among previously healthy children and adults in Louisiana and Georgia during December 2006--January 2007. These were the first reported cases of severe MRSA CAP during the 2006--07 influenza season in the two states, and 10 was a higher number than expected for the 2-month period. A case of severe MRSA CAP was defined as pneumonia requiring hospitalization or resulting in the death of a patient from whom a specimen (i.e., sterile site or sputum sample) yielded MRSA when collected
Originally posted by Aeons
The information is available. Any person can get ahold of it. A homeless schizophrenic can wander into a library and access it.
No one is KEEPING information away from anyone. That the general population doesn't care and cannot be bothered to look even when it is in front of their face....that isn't the fault of the government or the bureaucracy at any level.