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Chinese doctors using plasma therapy on coronavirus, WHO says 'very valid' approach

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Even there is still a doubt about the real numbers of infections in China , China's policy of information is still much better than Thailands .

Phuket's governor has received orders from BKK not to tell the public what is really going on with the Virus in Thailand ... scaring ...

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But why?

 

Can they not use the Thailand Cure...….it worked and was published as a cure to the virus...….or am I just being a pessimist here....

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This is actually how rabies treatment is made.

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Not one person in the history of humanity has ever been cured of rabies (the american girl has since been proven to have contracted something else), that is a fact. It has a 100% mortality rate. If they are talking about rabies vaccination, then that is a different matter, and sloppy reporting.

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10 minutes ago, UnkleGoooose said:

Not one person in the history of humanity has ever been cured of rabies (the american girl has since been proven to have contracted something else), that is a fact. It has a 100% mortality rate. If they are talking about rabies vaccination, then that is a different matter, and sloppy reporting.

 

The article quotes ‘Convalescent plasma has been proven "effective and life-saving" against other infectious diseases, including rabies and diphtheria’ it did not mention ‘Cured’ which is a different matter, sloppy response !

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1 hour ago, UnkleGoooose said:

Not one person in the history of humanity has ever been cured of rabies (the american girl has since been proven to have contracted something else), that is a fact. It has a 100% mortality rate. If they are talking about rabies vaccination, then that is a different matter, and sloppy reporting.

If you mean by that once a patient is symptomatic you have a point. But if you mean that there is no cure for someone bitten by an rabid animal, that is not the case. If a victim is given an injection of rabies immunoglobulin and the vaccine before symptoms appear, there is virtually a 100% recovery rate.

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8 hours ago, webfact said:

Convalescent plasma has been proven "effective and life-saving" against other infectious diseases, including rabies and diphtheria, Dr. Mike Ryan, head of WHO's health emergencies program, told reporters in Geneva.

Very good news for the people!

It may not be a good news for share value of the 4 Big Pharma and related sub contracted vaccine labs.

 

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1 hour ago, bristolboy said:

If you mean by that once a patient is symptomatic you have a point. But if you mean that there is no cure for someone bitten by an rabid animal, that is not the case. If a victim is given an injection of rabies immunoglobulin and the vaccine before symptoms appear, there is virtually a 100% recovery rate.

Use of blood from recovered Ebola patients was said to be effective, but I believe that they were symptomatic, and not just persons who had been in contact with patients.

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