Voila!!! Pepo ya ebola ishindwe!

Soprano

Village Elder
#1
Ebola drugs show ‘90% survival rate’ in breakthrough trial
  • 13 August 2019
Image copyrightREUTERSImage captionAn outbreak of Ebola has killed more than 1,800 people in the Democratic Republic of Congo
Ebola may soon be a "preventable and treatable" disease after a trial of two drugs showed significantly improved survival rates, scientists have said.
Four drugs were trialled on patients in the Democratic Republic of Congo, where there is a major outbreak of the virus.
More than 90% of infected people can survive if treated early with the most effective drugs, the research showed.
The drugs will now be used to treat all patients with the disease in DR Congo, according to health officials.
On Tuesday, two people cured of Ebola using the experimental drugs were released from a treatment centre in Goma, eastern DR Congo, and reunited with their families.
The US National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), which co-sponsored the trial, said the results are "very good news" for the fight against Ebola.

The drugs, named REGN-EB3 and mAb114, work by attacking the Ebola virus with antibodies, neutralising its impact on human cells.
They are the "first drugs that, in a scientifically sound study, have clearly shown a significant diminution in mortality" for Ebola patients, said Dr Anthony Fauci, director of NIAID.
REGN-EB3 and mAb114 were developed using antibodies harvested from survivors of Ebola, which has killed more than 1,800 people in DR Congo in the past year.
Two other treatments, called ZMapp and Remdesivir, have been dropped from trials as they were found to be less effective.
What were the results of the trial?
The trial, conducted by an international research group co-ordinated by the World Health Organization (WHO), began in November last year.
Since then, four experimental drugs have been tested on around 700 patients, with the preliminary results from the first 499 now known.
 
#6
Ebola drugs show ‘90% survival rate’ in breakthrough trial
  • 13 August 2019
Image copyrightREUTERSImage captionAn outbreak of Ebola has killed more than 1,800 people in the Democratic Republic of Congo
Ebola may soon be a "preventable and treatable" disease after a trial of two drugs showed significantly improved survival rates, scientists have said.
Four drugs were trialled on patients in the Democratic Republic of Congo, where there is a major outbreak of the virus.
More than 90% of infected people can survive if treated early with the most effective drugs, the research showed.
The drugs will now be used to treat all patients with the disease in DR Congo, according to health officials.
On Tuesday, two people cured of Ebola using the experimental drugs were released from a treatment centre in Goma, eastern DR Congo, and reunited with their families.
The US National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), which co-sponsored the trial, said the results are "very good news" for the fight against Ebola.

The drugs, named REGN-EB3 and mAb114, work by attacking the Ebola virus with antibodies, neutralising its impact on human cells.
They are the "first drugs that, in a scientifically sound study, have clearly shown a significant diminution in mortality" for Ebola patients, said Dr Anthony Fauci, director of NIAID.
REGN-EB3 and mAb114 were developed using antibodies harvested from survivors of Ebola, which has killed more than 1,800 people in DR Congo in the past year.
Two other treatments, called ZMapp and Remdesivir, have been dropped from trials as they were found to be less effective.
What were the results of the trial?
The trial, conducted by an international research group co-ordinated by the World Health Organization (WHO), began in November last year.
Since then, four experimental drugs have been tested on around 700 patients, with the preliminary results from the first 499 now known.
Pepo najua ni moja tu........ @PepoPunda
 
#7
Damn straight infecting poor Africans during vaccinations. And tell them that eating monkey meat is giving them Ebola...
Are you retarded??? Ebola has been around since the 1600s.Portuguese got both it and Marburg in Guinea Bissau and Angola respectively.
The reason why Ebola had no vaccine is because it was only Africans getting it and no African nation invested in getting a vaccine or a cure.
It got a vaccine because it spread to the West and they have the capacity to invest in vaccines and cures.
Within 6 months BTW.
It applies to many African and third world diseases.
The moment Leprosy ceased to be a problem in Europe and North America, no new drug has ever been developed for it. That was 1896.
Today leprosy is still a problem in India and West Africa.
Same to diseases like Guinea Worm, Lassa Fever, Marburg, Typonosomiasis and the likes.
And white people see us as a lost cause.
If we struggle to even get vaccines for diseases like HPV due to retarded views on sex, Hepatitis B the same and even Cholera.
Tutasaidikaje na hizi nyingine???
 
#8
Are you retarded??? Ebola has been around since the 1600s.Portuguese got both it and Marburg in Guinea Bissau and Angola respectively.
The reason why Ebola had no vaccine is because it was only Africans getting it and no African nation invested in getting a vaccine or a cure.
It got a vaccine because it spread to the West and they have the capacity to invest in vaccines and cures.
Within 6 months BTW.
It applies to many African and third world diseases.
The moment Leprosy ceased to be a problem in Europe and North America, no new drug has ever been developed for it. That was 1896.
Today leprosy is still a problem in India and West Africa.
Same to diseases like Guinea Worm, Lassa Fever, Marburg, Typonosomiasis and the likes.
And white people see us as a lost cause.
If we struggle to even get vaccines for diseases like HPV due to retarded views on sex, Hepatitis B the same and even Cholera.
Tutasaidikaje na hizi nyingine???
Exactly
 

Soprano

Village Elder
#9
It has nothing to do with the devil and has everything to do with Science
I watched an interesting documentary about viruses on history channel and I have been looking for it so that I may watch again… wapi! Hiyo documentary alleges that before aids was 'discovered' by the general public, it had already killed tens of thousands in America and not anywhere else in the world! Doctors were not allowed to give statements without authority and patients were hidden away even from relatives! Eti they werr avoiding public panic. Celebrities ndio walianza kupiga kelele mpaka serikali ya marekani ikaadmit kwamba kweli kuna epidemic.

It is not unfounded or baseless to think that many of these viral diseases are manufactured in laboratories.
Damn straight infecting poor Africans during vaccinations. And tell them that eating monkey meat is giving them Ebola...
 
#10
#11
I watched an interesting documentary about viruses on history channel and I have been looking for it so that I may watch again… wapi! Hiyo documentary alleges that before aids was 'discovered' by the general public, it had already killed tens of thousands in America and not anywhere else in the world! Doctors were not allowed to give statements without authority and patients were hidden away even from relatives! Eti they werr avoiding public panic. Celebrities ndio walianza kupiga kelele mpaka serikali ya marekani ikaadmit kwamba kweli kuna epidemic.

It is not unfounded or baseless to think that many of these viral diseases are manufactured in laboratories.

wachana na conspiracy theory shit
 

Simiyu22

Village Elder
#13
It is not unfounded or baseless to think that many of these viral diseases are manufactured in laboratories.
Take a class In pure genetics at your local uni, and then let’s see if you will ever think the same. You will learn how a virus functions and see how hard it would be to manufacture one.
 
#15
Same happened to my paternal grandma. She who could recite history like a nonsense, could not recall our names anymore. Her sista lived with it for years and only passed on juzi. It is frustrating to watch one live in another world while still with us.
I hear it can be hereditary. Nyasae anilinde yawa.
 

1776

Village Sponsor
#16
Are you retarded??? Ebola has been around since the 1600s.Portuguese got both it and Marburg in Guinea Bissau and Angola respectively.
The reason why Ebola had no vaccine is because it was only Africans getting it and no African nation invested in getting a vaccine or a cure.
It got a vaccine because it spread to the West and they have the capacity to invest in vaccines and cures.
Within 6 months BTW.
It applies to many African and third world diseases.

The moment Leprosy ceased to be a problem in Europe and North America, no new drug has ever been developed for it. That was 1896.
Today leprosy is still a problem in India and West Africa.
Same to diseases like Guinea Worm, Lassa Fever, Marburg, Typonosomiasis and the likes.
And white people see us as a lost cause.
If we struggle to even get vaccines for diseases like HPV due to retarded views on sex, Hepatitis B the same and even Cholera.
Tutasaidikaje na hizi nyingine???
hapa tumeambiwa ukweli mtupu!
 

KendeNyeusi

Senior Villager
#17
Take a class In pure genetics at your local uni, and then let’s see if you will ever think the same. You will learn how a virus functions and see how hard it would be to manufacture one.
I have a basic understanding of genetics and I know that the virus is not created but rather made to be lethal to human beings through RNA micro injection. This patient/victim can then infect others through his/her body fluids. Just because something is hard does not mean it cannot be done.
 
#18
I watched an interesting documentary about viruses on history channel and I have been looking for it so that I may watch again… wapi! Hiyo documentary alleges that before aids was 'discovered' by the general public, it had already killed tens of thousands in America and not anywhere else in the world! Doctors were not allowed to give statements without authority and patients were hidden away even from relatives! Eti they werr avoiding public panic. Celebrities ndio walianza kupiga kelele mpaka serikali ya marekani ikaadmit kwamba kweli kuna epidemic.

It is not unfounded or baseless to think that many of these viral diseases are manufactured in laboratories.
That is conspiracy nonsense.
For starters, HIV can clearly be traced in its evolution from SIV that affects Primates. HIV Type 1 is specific in its evolution from chimps and other simians in Cameroon. HIV Type 2 is specific to a particular monkey species in West Africa.
Because we are so similar to Chimps, it was so easy for HIV -1to jump to humans. It would not be the first disease to jump from animals to humans.
Bird Flu, Swine Flu,MERS, and Anthrax are examples of diseases that have jumped to humans .
On the other hand HIV-2 because it mainly comes from a primate a bit further than from humans, it is usually five to ten times harder to get than the HIV-1. That is why nations in West Africa where HIV-2 is the common HIV,prevalence rates maximize at 3 percent. Also, it progresses more slowly and kills fewer people than the HIV-1common from Nigeria eastwards.
Another is gthe fact that one can trace the virus from its origin and how it spread across Central Africa as Congolese migrants went to work in the mines of Southern Africa and left it there then came back home and it spread east into Uganda, then entered Kenya and Tanzania.You have never asked yourself why our Western Kenya has higher rates than our east???.
We can also trace the spread of HIV from Africa to the Americas and Europe.France and Portugal for example have a high prevalence of HIV-2 a legacy of their colonization of West Africa. The Belgians were the first carriers of HIV-1.In fact, today we can trace the virus as far as 1952 in Kinsasha negating the theory that it was manufactured in a lab.
We did not have such means in the 50s.
The reason why HIV has killed so many is due to Africans being Africans, nothing to do with a conspiracy.
Our own freaking country denied the epidemic until 1999 and only then, after 1 million people dead and the virus peaking at a national average of 14 percent in (1994 or was it 1995??) did we accept that there was a problem.
Mind you even South Africa accepted that there was a HIV problem in the freaking 2000s!!!
Why, coz no one wants to talk about sex apparently!!!
 
#19
CDC of USA govt holds a 2010 patent to a strain of Ebola. That same strain was the one decimating Liberia in 2014. It is probably the same one that was affecting DRC and Uganda.
https://www.globalresearch.ca/why-does-the-cdc-own-a-patent-on-ebola-invention/5395727/amp
Things are never what they appear at first glance.
First of all, they have a patent on the Ugandan strain of Ebola, that is spread by monkeys like the ones we have in Kenya even.
The Congo version of Ebola is spread by Chimps and Gorillas while the West African one was a mild version of the one spread by bats. Mild because there is a lethal version of the bat ebola that struck south Sudan in 1976 with a 96 percent mortality rate.
The patent was not to imply that the US "made" the virus, but to ensure that no non-American pharmaceutical company manufactured a cure or a vaccine for the Ebola virus.
Last I checked, both Russia and the US did the same to smallpox. A disease that ravaged humans for thousands of years.Today, you can only find smallpox in the CDC and the State Research Center for Virology and Biotechnology in Russia. And you cannot claim that they made the virus in a lab.Unless it was like 10,000 B.C.
Should an epidemic ever arise however , both nations hold the right to make a vaccine or cure for the rest of the globe(which makes sense anyway, both nations invested the most in eradicating smallpox)
 
#20
Are you retarded??? Ebola has been around since the 1600s.Portuguese got both it and Marburg in Guinea Bissau and Angola respectively.
The reason why Ebola had no vaccine is because it was only Africans getting it and no African nation invested in getting a vaccine or a cure.
It got a vaccine because it spread to the West and they have the capacity to invest in vaccines and cures.
Within 6 months BTW.
It applies to many African and third world diseases.
The moment Leprosy ceased to be a problem in Europe and North America, no new drug has ever been developed for it. That was 1896.
Today leprosy is still a problem in India and West Africa.
Same to diseases like Guinea Worm, Lassa Fever, Marburg, Typonosomiasis and the likes.
And white people see us as a lost cause.
If we struggle to even get vaccines for diseases like HPV due to retarded views on sex, Hepatitis B the same and even Cholera.
Tutasaidikaje na hizi nyingine???
These things are weaponized. I know Apartheid scientists were working on very several potent factors to wipeout African populous.

I haven't forgotten where thousands died in Liberia, Sierra Leone, etc. And suddenly western aid agency staff got sick got airlifted and suddenly a cure emerged to treat them.
 

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