Tuesday, August 27, 2013

Bird Flu Hysteria: 'Big pharma ready to cash in before virus

Bird Flu Hysteria: 'Big pharma ready to cash in before virus

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Published on Aug 26, 2013
As the world keeps a close eye on the bird flu outbreak in China - panic is already spreading across neighboring countries. Six people have died so far out of the 16 infected - figures far from an epidemic. Geopolitical analyst and author William Engdahl says panic is being spread, and profits made, before any research in to the virus has been completed.

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Friday, August 16, 2013

Concern after bird flu 'passes from father to daughter'

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Published on Aug 6, 2013
Researchers have reported the first case of human-to-human transmission of the new bird flu that has emerged in China.

The British Medical Journal said a 32-year-old woman was infected after caring for her father.

Until now there had been no evidence of anyone catching the H7N9 virus other than after direct contact with birds

Monday, August 12, 2013

H7N9 TRIAGE PANIC: CDC Contracting With Poison Control Centers and 2-1-1

H7N9 TRIAGE PANIC: CDC Contracting With Poison Control Centers and 2-1-1

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[H7N9 PANIC] CDC Contracting With Poison Control Centers and 2-1-1 to Create Public 'Phone-In' Bird Flu Triage Centers
To avert panic during the expected H7N9 Influenza outbreak the CDC is creating a national severe pandemic flu triage center which will allow people to dial 2-1-1 and speak to a Poison Control Center Nurse who has been trained to triage pandemic bird flu cases.

See Federal Solicitations:
Number: 2013-N-15473
Number: 2013-N-15472

Despite our own belief that there is a low risk of a wide spread high fatality Bird Flu pandemic this year, the massive preparations the Federal Government is undertaking for just such an occurrence can only be foolishly ignored.

We have recently purchased the following types of items to cost effectively risk mitigate the expected H7N9 outbreak. These are low cost items we believe offer a Darwinian advantage IF there is a severe pandemic
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In those regards, the Thanksgiving turkey may also be off of our menu as turkeys have a H7N9 history in the USA.

Thursday, August 8, 2013

H7N9 Bird Flu Defeating Masks, US Makes 'Urgent Preparations'

H7N9 Bird Flu Defeating Masks, US Makes 'Urgent Preparations'

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Published on Aug 8, 2013
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On July 10th another human case of H7N9 was reported in China, by July 16th the US Government urgently released a Federal Solicitation searching for 6 experimental technologies to combat the expected H7N9 Bird Flu pandemic. Primary on their list is a desire to find, and pull forward into use, breathing masks and respirators which are only partially through their Research and Development phase.

The Government's solicitation ( Number: BAA-13-100-SOL-00019) contained this very telling direct quote which the Government highlighted in red:
"Note to Potential Offerors: Due to the urgency of ongoing preparedness activities for avian influenza A(H7N9) virus, available funding for awards under this solicitation may be limited. In addition, submissions that directly address H7N9 preparedness may be evaluated more favorably than those directed towards other influenza subtypes."

Our key takeaways from reading through that solicitation are:

1: Airborne H7N9 Bird Flu is infecting caregivers despite their use of masks
2: The Feds expect patient loads to overwhelm the available number of life support systems
3: A shortage of vaccine is expected because of the large number of potential victims.
4: A shortage of vaccine will be tied to the large dosage amounts required to get minimal immunity.
5: Not enough diagnostic tools are available to make wise decisions on who to treat and how.
6: If a H7N9 pandemic occurs, hospitals will be the breeding ground for untreatable mutations.
7. The Federal government is in a much greater tizzy over H7N9 than most people know.

Our Risk Mitigation Position on H7N9 Hemorrhagic Bird Flu.

1: We believe a near term, wide spread, high fatality pandemic is possible but not likely
2: Cost Effective risk mitigation preparations would be wise for items likely to quickly go out of stock

Three Items to consider purchasing:

(1) Hibiclens Surgical Scrub: Kill germs/viruses continuously for 6 hours after washing with it
(2) P100 Mask: Better protection than N95 masks.
(3) HEPA Air filter: Reduces Airborne Viral load in sick (quarantine) rooms

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Friday, July 19, 2013

Alien ? Scientist Find Giant Virus called Pandoravirus!

Alien ? Scientist Find Giant Virus called Pandoravirus!

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Published on Jul 19, 2013
This will be a story to keep an eye on !


Friday, July 12, 2013

French researchers offer Haj reassurances: annual Mecca pilgrimage probably safe from MERS virus

French researchers offer Haj reassurances: annual Mecca pilgrimage probably safe from MERS virus

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Published on Jul 12, 2013
French researchers have concluded that the Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) coronavirus in current form is unlikely to cause a pandemic, but mutations may occur in large gathering events like the Mecca pilgrimage.

Wednesday, July 3, 2013

Sunday, June 30, 2013

Bird flu being investigated in Indonesia - English News Today

English News Today - Bird flu being investigated in Indonesia

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Published on Jun 30, 2013
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http://saimamarriagebureau.blogspot.c... investigation into this new strain of the virus within Indonesia is ongoing. H-5-N-1 or Avian Bird Flu is a deadly virus, endemic in South East Asia. Though the risk of transmission from birds to humans is low, if it does occur, death is the most probable outcome. This is perhaps why a recent H-5-N-1 outbreak on the island of Java is being taken so seriously.