Creating Waves of Awareness
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Recommendations for HWO to use Cholera Vaccine to control the continuing outbreak in Haiti and the Dominican Republic and stockpile 2 million doses. Sierra Leone declared its cholera outbreak a national humanitarian emergency; it has had almost 11,000 cases and 176 deaths since January.
Another encroachment of vaccination mass campaign begins in Haiti
This will take Time, Money and has not even been tested, yet they will go ahead with their plans.
Cholera vaccination will be another added to the list as scientific medicine.
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Do you feel the persons working to clean out the garbage, stench, and rotten debris from the Haitian Canals are immunizing themselves in some fashion? Since there is no work, people are taking the job for $112 per month.
In a matter of weeks, the disease has killed more than 1,000 people, hospitalized around 17,000 with choleralike symptoms and prompted violent protests against international peacekeepers, whom residents accuse of importing the illness from South Asia.
There is no sewage plant in Haiti; some hotels and private homes have their own septic systems, and entrepreneurs scour the city cleaning latrines, often dumping the waste in the most convenient canal or drainage ditch.
Even the work of cleaning the canals is a testament to the extreme difficulties of preventing cholera in a country where infrastructure was minimal long before the earthquake and where sanitation crews have to descend into the muck with hardly any tools, much less gloves or suits to protect them.
“Sometimes I get a fever and I thank the Lord I am O.K.,” Mr. Fils-Aimé said.
It began as a rumor that farmers saw waste from a U.N. peacekeeping base flow into a river. Within days of the talk, hundreds downstream had died from cholera.
Protests over the cholera epidemic faded Friday but young men burned tires and threw rocks at police near government buildings amid surging anger over a disease that has killed more than 1,100 people so far.
Ed Broussalian is going and takes enough remedies to determine the genus epidemicus, which the observant homoeopath can determine after 30-50 cases. He then goes around with water bottles full of remedy, to let each person have a sip.
People can collect bottles every 3-4 days to each have a single dose. The sick should be prescribed what they present, about 85-90% of the genus epidemicus and the rest an assortment of 3-4 other remedies.
This way, the rate of loss is about 8-12%, depending how many cases are there and in which stage of the disease they are found. In advanced cases the rate of loss is often higher.
Ed has asked me to post reports he will send me, since he will not have internet constantly. I shall do so, accompanied by his portrait, so that we know who is doing the actual work and it won't be thought it is me as the evil mixopath. Neither will it be Ed, who works the Hahnemannian way.