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Brother’s Brother Foundation Makes US$50,000 Medical Donation To Redemption Hospital

One of the country’s major under-equipped health facilities, Redemption Hospital, Thursday (Feb 26) received medical supplies worth at least US$50,000 to strengthen it meet public health demands. 553 more words

General News

Adult immunization push: Medical Dictatorship, by Jon Rappoport, February 25, 2015


It’s happening under the leadership of the US Dept. of Health and Human Services (HHS): “The Adult Immunization Plan.”

The HHS is a cabinet agency under the President. 867 more words


Top-secret military warning on Ebola biological weapon terror threat

Porton Down memo marked ‘UK secret UK eyes only’ reveals scientists analysed use of virus by al-Qaida or Isis

Healthcare workers tackle the Ebola outbreak in Sierra Leone. 882 more words


Terror Attack: One Dead in Copenhagen Shooting That May Have Targeted Cartoonist

Sam Schechner and Anna Molin report: A gunman killed one person and wounded several others during an event in Copenhagen to discuss Islam and free expression in the wake of last month’s attack against  503 more words

War Room

NIH Ebola study in macaques provides timeframes for post-mortem viral stability

Public Release: 12-Feb-2015

NIH/National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases
WHAT: To determine how long Ebola virus could remain infectious in a body after death, National Institutes of Health (NIH) scientists sampled deceased Ebola-infected monkeys and discovered the virus remained viable for at least seven days. 440 more words

. Filoviruses

Antiviral compound protects nonhuman primates against Ebola virus

Public Release: 10-Feb-2015

US Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases
Scientists protected 75 percent of rhesus monkeys infected with Ebola virus that were treated with a compound targeting the expression of VP24, a single Ebola virus protein–suggesting that VP24 may hold the key to developing effective therapies for the deadly disease. 639 more words

. Defensive Medicine

PressTV: Ebola cases rise for first time in weeks: WHO . . . with things not going well, I guess it is time for the NWO to haul out this old false flag war horse! ~J

Thu Feb 5, 2015 10:30AM

The file photo shows health workers carrying the body of an Ebola patient in Sierra Leone.

The World Health Organization (WHO) says the cases of new Ebola infections in West Africa increased during the last week of January. 200 more words