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UPDATE: Ebola Is Still Killing People!

Medical Experts confirm the Ebola virus can survive for more than five months in semen.

Ebola UPDATE June 2015

by JC Spencer

Connection between the Ebola virus and glycoproteins became evident as I was writing the book Ebola Lies.

Ebola finds weak cells in its host and gains a foothold that enables the virus to strip the glycans and glycoproteins from the surface of the cells. In only a few days the host is dead as the sugars are quickly stripped and flushed out of the body.

May 2015: Liberia was declared free from Ebola by WHO after 42 days without a new case. The virus has recently killed more than 4,700 Liberians. The benchmark for claiming  an Ebola free country was doubled from 21 days without a reported case, twice the previously perceived maximum incubation period for the virus. To keep the number of new cases at zero will require constant vigilance.

There are more than 11,000 documented deaths by Ebola since the outbreak in West Africa. Twenty (20) new cases were reported in Guinea and Sierra Leone with fear of another outbreak. Nearly 900 healthcare workers in West Africa were infected by Ebola as a result of caring for patients and more than 500 have died.

May 2015: A man, after traveling in Liberia, died in New Jersey from Lassa fever, a disease similar to Ebola. CDC says that some 5,000 deaths are reported each year from Lassa fever in West Africa.

Orphaned children are starving, homeless, helpless and often forced into sex trade. Reports are that more than 12,000 children have become orphans because Ebola killed one or both parents. Thousands of other vulnerable orphans may not be counted. These children are devastated by ravaged abuse, malnutrition, pregnancy and a leprosy like stigma of Biblical proportion. They face life challenges with neither guidance nor support. Left traumatized, some orphans consider, attempt or succeed at suicide.

Surviving relatives find it difficult to forgo the traditional burial rituals. The Ebola dead are still highly contagious and should not be touch by a living being. Reports recently came out of Guinea that cadavers dressed up for a funeral are seated between passengers on public transportation. It is believed that nearly 30 new cases spiked in that country because of touching dead bodies in public or at funerals. A police captain recently said that every day they find bodies like this.

Reports are that the virus can remain deadly for months in cold weather or in semen. Animal infection by Ebola increases the risk to humans. The virus is carried by rodents and other animals. Previous epidemics were caused by animal contact, be the animal dead or alive. It is reported that Ebola has already killed a third of the world’s ape and gorilla population.

The human immune system is the front line of defense and is improved by the quantity, quality and how the glycoproteins are folded.

Science has verified that consumption of Smart Sugars provides the building blocks for these glycans and glycoproteins that protect the cells from deadly virus and bacteria.

Sources and References





Ebola Lies   www.endowmentmed.org

www.GlycoscienceNEWS.com   www.Glycosciencewhitepaper.com

SMART SUGARS     www.OneSmartSugar.com/video.html

Expand Your Mind - Improve Your Brain http://www.endowmentmed.org/ExpandYourMind/MindEbook3.html

Change Your Sugar, Change Your Life   http://DiabeticHope.com

Ebola UPDATE June 2015


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Last Updated ( Jun 01, 2015 at 07:54 PM )