Allowing the MSM to feed you their version of reality is another form of "burying your head in Sand", imo. If you want reality, try going more into nature... which implies more than dirt & sand to cover yourself with. It means getting a life for Yourself, my friend. So, piss-off, A$$hole!
Thank you, leela0.
But one thing I've noticed is that its also the so-called "alternative news sites" that are following the MSM's lead. Now, that even sickens me.
And, to others that buy into this Ebola Bullsh*t (parazapper included): please don't call the medical police squad on me for saying so.
"There is no cure for Ebola, just ask the CDC and the NIH."
You must have missed the latest headlines that went by your ever so fricking alert sub-conscious brain frequency, p-z.
August 13, 2014
The World Health Organization declared Tuesday that it is ethical to use untested drugs and vaccines in the ongoing Ebola outbreak in West Africa...
There is no proven treatment or vaccine for Ebola; several are in early stages of development. ZMapp, made by Mapp Pharmaceuticals, is so new that it has never been tested in humans, although an early version worked in some monkeys infected with Ebola. It's aimed at boosting the immune system's efforts to fight off Ebola....
The WHO said the size of the outbreak -- the first in West Africa -- made the experimental use of drugs ethical even though there is no evidence they work and it is possible they could be dangerous.
WHO organized a panel of more than 70 experts, from scientists to medical ethicists, to reach consensus over the status of Ebola vaccines currently being tested. WHO released news from the meeting on Wednesday, the day after the U.S. confirmed its first patient with Ebola. According to the WHO statement, the mission is to “accomplish, within a matter of months, work that normally takes from two to four years, without compromising international standards for safety and efficacy.”
Two vaccines have great potential and are ready for safety testing. The first vaccine is developed by the U.S. National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) and GlaxoSmithKline. That vaccine is currently undergoing a human-safety trial at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) campus in Bethesda, Md., as well as at the University of Oxford. The second vaccine is under development by the Public Health Agency of Canada in Winnepeg. That vaccine will start a human-safety trial in early October. Canada has already donated 800 vials of their vaccine to WHO, the organization says. Once more data is available on what dosing should be used, WHO says these vials could translate to around 1,500 to 2,000 doses of the vaccine. SOURCE: Time.com