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Tuberculosis in USA and other nations, XDR-TB




Possible tuberculosis pandemic - XDR-TB - untreatable
March 2013


Possible tuberculosis pandemic - XDR-TB - untreatable

Killer TB in Australia
March 14, 2013
– QUEENSLAND – Australia first victim of XDR-TB, a killer strain of drug-resistant tuberculosis has died, amid warnings of an epidemic.
Folks this began in SAfrica a few years ago and I made a webpage on it then.  Its pandemic, and may be airborn.
Medical experts are seriously concerned about the XDR-TB epidemic in Papua New Guinea.
XDR-TB - extensively drug resistant tuberculosis.
XDR-TB is more dangerous than MDR-TB.  XDR-TB has a high mortality rate.
Doctors may not treat them and just let them die.

A Nepalese man is in medical isolation in Texas while being treated for XDR-TB.
He had travelled through 13 countries from South Asia to the Persian Gulf to Latin America before he entered the U.S. illegally from Mexico in November 2012, probably infecting thousands who in turn will infect thousands more.
http://theextinctionprotocol.word...-tb-strain-on-australias-doorstep


China faces 'serious' epidemic of drug-resistant TB
June 2012
 China faces a "serious epidemic" of drug-resistant tuberculosis according to the first-ever nationwide estimate of the size of the problem there, said a new US-published study.
"In 2007, one third of the patients with new cases of tuberculosis and one half of the patients with previously treated tuberculosis had drug-resistant disease," said the study in the New England Journal of Medicine.
Even more, the prevalence of multi-drug resistant (MDR) TB in new cases (5.7 percent) was nearly twice the global average, said the study.

Using World Health Organization figures as a basis for comparison, "China has the highest annual number of cases of MDR tuberculosis in the world -- a quarter of the cases worldwide," it added.
"China has a serious epidemic of drug-resistant tuberculosis."
The data came from a survey of more than 4,600 Chinese people who were recently diagnosed or treated for TB.
http://news.yahoo.com/china-faces...-drug-resistant-tb-015613987.html

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Tuberculosis outbreak in Los Angeles California
Feb 25, 2013  Healthcare employees and volunteers are also at risk.
Public health officials have launched a new, coordinated effort to contain a persistent outbreak of tuberculosis in downtown L.A. skid row, including searching for thousands who may have been exposed.
The CDC dispatched scientists to Los Angeles to help find out why the disease is spreading and how to stop it.
They shoulda thot of that in 2007.

Scientists have linked the outbreak to one tuberculosis strain that is unique to Los Angeles and one vulnerable population.  QUEERS.
The health department issued an alert several weeks ago to doctors at emergency rooms, clinics and urgent care centers.
Most of the patients are male and about 20% are also HIV positive.
6 of the 8 patients who also had HIV have died.
http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/l...los-angeles-federal-response.html


XDR TB
Is XDR TB is AIRBORNE?

Some say YES, and AIDS is riding the TB virus horse
Antibiotic resistant TB - XDR TB - has been in South Africa.  Rumors it is airbourne and can carry the AIDS virus.
There was a NEWS BLACKOUT on this epidemic in 2007 and now its loose in USA.


CDC to investigate escalating Los Angeles tuberculosis outbreak among homeless (Video)
The new TB outbreak in the Skid Row area of downtown Los Angeles is frequented by a large concentration of homeless people, according to the February 22, 2013 news report, "LA health officials seek to contain TB outbreak." The question is how do you keep it from spreading, since many homeless people and those living near Skid Row ride the public transit, where their coughs and sneezes in a closed space can transmit the bacteria to anyone riding the bus at locations far from Skid Row.

Homeless people with active TB can sit next to children returning home from school, seniors, persons with disabilities, moms with toddlers in strollers, those who don't drive, and anyone else coming into contact with wherever a homeless person carrying the disease roams, uses public transportation, or visits free or low-cost public spaces from libraries to senior centers and meeting rooms at public parks.

Free lectures at public library conference rooms sometimes attract the homeless when there's free music or a talk or club meeting. And formerly middle-class people now homeless and sleeping in their cars or vans sometimes hang out in the same places as some of the homeless, such as the soup kitchens, churches that offer free meals, or the low-cost senior center lunch -- along with seniors who are not homeless who come to senior centers for social contact, lectures, music, lifelong learning or low-cost lunch.
http://www.examiner.com/article/c...los-angeles-tuberculosis-outbreak
CJ

TB (tuberculosis) outbreaks, drug resistant
January 16, 2012 – INDIA – Indian doctors have reported the country’s first cases of “totally drug-resistant tuberculosis,” a long-feared and virtually untreatable form of the killer lung disease. It’s not the first time highly resistant cases like this have been seen. Since 2003, patients have been documented in Italy and Iran. It has mostly been limited to impoverished areas, and has not spread widely. But experts believe there could be many undocumented cases. No one expects the Indian TB strains to rapidly spread elsewhere. The airborne disease is mainly transmitted through close personal contact and isn’t nearly as contagious as the flu. Indeed, most of the cases of this kind of TB were not from person-to-person infection but were mutations that occurred in poorly treated patients. What’s more, there’s a debate within the public health community about whether to even label TB infections as totally drug resistant. The World Health Organization hasn’t accepted the term and still considers the cases to be what’s now called extensively drug-resistant TB, or XDR. However, Dr. Paul Nunn, a coordinator at the WHO’s Stop TB Department in Geneva, said there is ample proof that these virtually untreatable cases do exist. The Indian hospital that saw the initial cases tested a dozen medicines and none of them worked, a pretty comprehensive assessment. A TB expert at the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said they do appear to be totally resistant to available drugs. “It is concerning,” said Dr. Kenneth Castro, director of the CDC’s Division of Tuberculosis Elimination. “Anytime we see something like this, we better get on top of it before it becomes a more widespread problem.” Ordinary TB is easily cured by taking antibiotics for six to nine months. However, if that treatment is interrupted or the dose is cut down, the stubborn bacteria battle back and mutate into a tougher strain that can no longer be killed by standard drugs. The disease becomes harder and more expensive to treat. In India, doctors in Mumbai have reported a total of 12 patients who failed initial treatment and also didn’t respond to the medicines tried next over an average of two to three years. Three have died. None of the others have been successfully treated. -MSNBC
http://theextinctionprotocol.word...tally-drug-resistant-tuberculosis


Florida TB outbreak kept secret
July 9, 2012  
Population reduction has begun.  I do not see if they call this XDR TB.
A tuberculosis outbreak in Jacksonville Florida was one of the worst the CDC had investigated in 20 years.
Since 13 deaths and 99 illnesses seemed limited to the poor and/or homeless, nobody cared.
But the TB strain has spread beyond the underclass into the general population.
XDR TB was found in Florida in 2007, so this is NOT new.
http://www.palmbeachpost.com/news...reakin-20-years-kept-secret/nPpLs
http://homebrewedtheology.com/in-...p-and-a-disposable-underclass.php
http://www.news4jax.com/news/Repo...80/15442494/-/8xkd2y/-/index.html
http://articles.orlandosentinel.c...-tuberculosis-cases-health-agency
http://www.rawstory.com/rs/2012/0...tuberculosis-outbreak-in-20-years

XDR TB in South Africa in 2007, so this is NOT new.
It was also found in Florida

The more I search, the more ifno I find - NOT good.
CJ

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Tuberculosis  MDR-TB  and  XDR-TB
Many first-choice antibiotics no longer work against some strains of the tuberculosis bacterium.
Plans to tackle tuberculosis are failing and a new visionary approach is needed.
There is mounting concern that a rise in virtually untreatable tuberculosis poses a threat around the world.
Some countries are facing problems with drug resistance, particularly in some parts of eastern Europe and central Asia, where up to a third of cases can be multi-drug resistant, known as MDR-TB.

Tuberculosis symptoms
A persistent cough, usually for over 3 weeks
Night sweats for weeks or months
Weight loss
Fatigue
High temperature
Shortness of breath
BBC Health

An even more stubborn version is called XDR-TB extensively drug-resistant tuberculosis detected in 84 countries.
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-21894488
CJ

TB (tuberculosis) outbreaks, drug resistant
January 16, 2012 – INDIA – Indian doctors have reported the country’s first cases of “totally drug-resistant tuberculosis,” a long-feared and virtually untreatable form of the killer lung disease. It’s not the first time highly resistant cases like this have been seen. Since 2003, patients have been documented in Italy and Iran. It has mostly been limited to impoverished areas, and has not spread widely. But experts believe there could be many undocumented cases. No one expects the Indian TB strains to rapidly spread elsewhere. The airborne disease is mainly transmitted through close personal contact and isn’t nearly as contagious as the flu. Indeed, most of the cases of this kind of TB were not from person-to-person infection but were mutations that occurred in poorly treated patients. What’s more, there’s a debate within the public health community about whether to even label TB infections as totally drug resistant. The World Health Organization hasn’t accepted the term and still considers the cases to be what’s now called extensively drug-resistant TB, or XDR. However, Dr. Paul Nunn, a coordinator at the WHO’s Stop TB Department in Geneva, said there is ample proof that these virtually untreatable cases do exist. The Indian hospital that saw the initial cases tested a dozen medicines and none of them worked, a pretty comprehensive assessment. A TB expert at the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said they do appear to be totally resistant to available drugs. “It is concerning,” said Dr. Kenneth Castro, director of the CDC’s Division of Tuberculosis Elimination. “Anytime we see something like this, we better get on top of it before it becomes a more widespread problem.” Ordinary TB is easily cured by taking antibiotics for six to nine months. However, if that treatment is interrupted or the dose is cut down, the stubborn bacteria battle back and mutate into a tougher strain that can no longer be killed by standard drugs. The disease becomes harder and more expensive to treat. In India, doctors in Mumbai have reported a total of 12 patients who failed initial treatment and also didn’t respond to the medicines tried next over an average of two to three years. Three have died. None of the others have been successfully treated. -MSNBC
http://theextinctionprotocol.word...tally-drug-resistant-tuberculosis


Florida TB outbreak kept secret
July 9, 2012  
Population reduction has begun.  I do not see if they call this XDR TB.
A tuberculosis outbreak in Jacksonville Florida was one of the worst the CDC had investigated in 20 years.
Since 13 deaths and 99 illnesses seemed limited to the poor and/or homeless, nobody cared.
But the TB strain has spread beyond the underclass into the general population.
XDR TB was found in Florida in 2007, so this is NOT new.
http://www.palmbeachpost.com/news...reakin-20-years-kept-secret/nPpLs
http://homebrewedtheology.com/in-...p-and-a-disposable-underclass.php
http://www.news4jax.com/news/Repo...80/15442494/-/8xkd2y/-/index.html
http://articles.orlandosentinel.c...-tuberculosis-cases-health-agency
http://www.rawstory.com/rs/2012/0...tuberculosis-outbreak-in-20-years

I did a webpage on XDR TB in South Africa in 2007, so this is NOT new.
It was also found in Florida

*  Sept 2013  adding from another TB thread
CJ

Tuberculosis outbreak in Los Angeles California
Feb 25, 2013  Healthcare employees and volunteers are also at risk.
Public health officials have launched a new, coordinated effort to contain a persistent outbreak of tuberculosis in downtown L.A. skid row, including searching for thousands who may have been exposed.
The CDC dispatched scientists to Los Angeles to help find out why the disease is spreading and how to stop it.
They shoulda thot of that in 2007.

Scientists have linked the outbreak to one tuberculosis strain that is unique to Los Angeles and one vulnerable population.  QUEERS.
The health department issued an alert several weeks ago to doctors at emergency rooms, clinics and urgent care centers.
Most of the patients are male and about 20% are also HIV positive.
6 of the 8 patients who also had HIV have died.
http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/l...los-angeles-federal-response.html


XDR TB
Is XDR TB is AIRBORNE?

Some say YES, and AIDS is riding the TB virus horse
Antibiotic resistant TB - XDR TB - has been in South Africa.  Rumors it is airbourne and can carry the AIDS virus.
There was a NEWS BLACKOUT on this epidemic in 2007 and now its loose in USA.


CDC to investigate escalating Los Angeles tuberculosis outbreak among homeless
27 Feb 2013
The new TB outbreak in the Skid Row area of downtown Los Angeles is frequented by a large concentration of homeless people, according to the February 22, 2013 news report, "LA health officials seek to contain TB outbreak." The question is how do you keep it from spreading, since many homeless people and those living near Skid Row ride the public transit, where their coughs and sneezes in a closed space can transmit the bacteria to anyone riding the bus at locations far from Skid Row.

Homeless people with active TB can sit next to children returning home from school, seniors, persons with disabilities, moms with toddlers in strollers, those who don't drive, and anyone else coming into contact with wherever a homeless person carrying the disease roams, uses public transportation, or visits free or low-cost public spaces from libraries to senior centers and meeting rooms at public parks.

Free lectures at public library conference rooms sometimes attract the homeless when there's free music or a talk or club meeting. And formerly middle-class people now homeless and sleeping in their cars or vans sometimes hang out in the same places as some of the homeless, such as the soup kitchens, churches that offer free meals, or the low-cost senior center lunch -- along with seniors who are not homeless who come to senior centers for social contact, lectures, music, lifelong learning or low-cost lunch.
http://www.examiner.com/article/c...los-angeles-tuberculosis-outbreak

*  Sept 2013  adding from another TB thread
CJ

TEXAS TUBERCULOSIS OUTBREAK
Sep 3, 2013 COUGHING UP BLOOD is NOT a COLD!

A greyhound bus leaving from California through Texas FINALLY stopped in Van Horn Texas when passengers complained a man was coughing all the way across the route,and then was hacking up blood. People on the bus may have been exposed to TB. The Van Horn EMS told the man to wear a mask . If this is right a HEALTH EMERGENCY should have been called and the people and man should have been transported to a hospital to under go testing for TB. There now be a outbreak of TB in Texas and other areas cause of poor mistakes from Greyhound the driver the EMS and anyone involved with the emergency . This happened over the weekend. SQ
CJ

Mexican illegal with TB missing in California
July 28, 2014
Mexican illegal with Drug-Resistant TB missing in California.
Prosecutors in Central California have obtained an arrest warrant for a tuberculosis patient who is contagious and has refused treatment.
San Joaquin County DA Taylor said police are looking for 25-year-old Eduardo Rosas Cruz, a transient who comes from a part of Mexico known for a drug-resistant strain of deadly tuberculosis.
Tuberculosis spreads through the air when infected people cough or sneeze.
Cruz was diagnosed in March when he went to the hospital for treatment of a severe cough. He was supposed to stay in a motel room, where a health worker would deliver his medication and watch him take it, but he took off.
http://www.newsmax.com/Newsfront/...rest-warrant/2014/07/24/id/584783

U.S. border
Many illegals are entering by the thousands - with many diseases
http://cj.myfreeforum.org/about4877.html

Its more than likely the African strain of TB has traveled the world.
It may have mutated.
CJ

Tuberculosis  =  white plague
Multi-drug resistant TB called
 MDR TB  and  XDR TB


Tuberculosis coming to Victoria, B.C.
August 13,  2010
  A closed ward at a Victoria hospital is being prepared for dozens of Tamils on a migrant ship heading to the British Columbia coast. They are believed to have contracted tuberculosis during the voyage across the Pacific Ocean.
http://www.thestar.com/news/canad...6938--tamil-migrants-sick-with-tb
http://www.healthzone.ca/health/n...al-health-problem-found-in-canada

MDR TB in London
http://news.yahoo.com/drug-resist...ks-among-rich-poor-113851688.html

Diseases are a global threat
http://cj.myfreeforum.org/about948.html
http://cj.myfreeforum.org/about2970.html

Antibiotic-Resistant Superbugs
http://cj.myfreeforum.org/about3934.html

QUESTION - Is XDR TB is AIRBORNE?
Some say YES, and AIDS is riding the TB virus horse
June - July  2007 --  Is the genie out of the box?  PROBABLY

Celeste post March 2012
All these resistant strains of diseases are tools for
Agenda 21 and ONE HEALTH  which actually fulfill Bible prophecy.  
Most of these bugs are concocted in bioweapon-labs.

Back in 1999 the Tropical Epidemiological Society had a conference
held in Florida where it spelled out the plan very succinctly
putting it all as they said "in context of the new world order".  
END Celeste

Idea   COLLOIDAL SILVER!
http://cj.myfreeforum.org/about2985.html

UN AGENDA 21 * Depopulation * CODEX
http://cj.myfreeforum.org/about100.html

ONE HEALTH - TREES have priority over HUMANS
http://cj.myfreeforum.org/about2868.html

* Adding items from other threads
CJ

California manhunt for XTB patient
August 26, 2014  XTB tuberculosis

His highly contagious disease is so serious that there was a warrant issued for his arrest.  Agustin Zeferino recently decided to stop treatment.
Santa Barbara.  He has the most dangerous form of drug-resistant tuberculosis which can be fatal if not treated.
TB is easily spread by coughing and sneezing, just like ebola.
http://www.dumb-out.net/single-ma...omes-public-health-emergency/4589
http://theextinctionprotocol.word...-with-drug-resistant-tuberculosis


700 Infants Exposed To TB At Texas Hospital
19 Sep 2014
— More than 700 infants at an El Paso hospital have been exposed to tuberculosis by an employee infected with the disease, according to public health officials.  The city’s Department of Public Health says the infants along with about 40 employees at Providence Memorial Hospital were exposed.

Officials say they were exposed from September 2013 to August. The employee worked in the hospital’s nursery. Officials said employment and medical records were reviewed to determine which infants and employees were exposed.

Dr. Hector Ocaranza, the health authority for El Paso County, says the hospital workers have been tested and officials are waiting on results. Letters were sent Thursday to the parents of the infants directing them to undergo screenings.

Ocaranza says TB is treatable and the exposure doesn’t represent a public health threat.  The CDC warns that tuberculosis, if not treated properly, can be fatal.

The El Paso Department of Public Health setup a website to provide updated information to the community, including a detailed calendar of potential exposure dates.
http://dfw.cbslocal.com/2014/09/1...s-exposed-to-tb-at-texas-hospital

3 weeks ago California was searching for a Mexican illegal with TB too.
CJ




Tuberculosis in Kansas
March 19, 2015 -  Thank you 0bowelma
.  Tuberculosis spreads to 27 people at Kansas high school.
A tuberculosis outbreak at a Kansas high school has spread to nearly 30 people.
27 students and staff at Olathe High School are being treated for TB.

Tuberculosis, which is curable, is spread through the air by coughing, laughing, singing and sneezing.  Symptoms can include a cough longer than three weeks, fever, night sweats, cough and weight loss.  The illegals 0bama brot into USA carried TB among other diseases.
http://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/...BBinMn6?ocid=ansnewsNYDailyNews11
CJ

XDR-TB
June 9, 2015 -  Patient with active extensively drug-resistant tuberculosis (XDR-TB)
being treated in Maryland at the National Institute.  The patient came from India in April and exposed Chicago, Missouri and Tennessee.  XDR-TB is resistant to at least 4 of the core anti-TB drugs.  TB is a very serious illness and the XDRTB version is difficult to treat.

Tuberculosis, commonly called TB, is a bacterial infection that can be spread through the air. The bacteria usually attack patients' lungs but can also hit the kidneys, spine and brain. Tuberculosis can be fatal.
http://www.cnn.com/2015/06/08/health/us-tuberculosis-patient
CJ

Tuberculosis in California
Dec 14, 2015  Santa Clara
 -  Hundreds of newborn babies and mothers need treatment after hospital employee tests positive for tuberculosis.  A Bay Area Hospital announced that hundreds of their babies might have been exposed to tuberculosis by a hospital employee.  Santa Clara Valley Medical Center says it will offer antibiotic treatments as a precautionary measure for the 350 infants it treated between mid-August and mid-November.  Tuberculosis spreads though the air when someone with active TB coughs or sneezes. The hospital says the risk of infection in this case is low because the nurse didn't show any symptoms.
http://www.mercurynews.com/health...orts-hundreds-mothers-newborn-and


San Jose nurse active TB infection prompts warning at hospital
A nurse at Santa Clara Valley Medical Center contracted active tuberculosis, potentially putting 350 infants in the San Jose hospital’s newborn nursery at risk.
The center placed the employee on leave in mid-November before the diagnosis was confirmed.
368 mothers and 338 employees were also exposed.
http://www.sfgate.com/bayarea/art...B-warning-at-San-Jose-6693088.php


Further information on TB
Drug-resistant tuberculosis in L.A. County
http://www.latimes.com/science/la...-tuberculosis-20150120-story.html
http://www.latimes.com/opinion/op...ug-resistance-20151118-story.html

Tuberculosis in California
http://cj.myfreeforum.org/about4076.html

Exclamation
CJ

Illegals, 'refugees,' Muslims bring diseases
Dec 24, 2015
 -  Scurvy, tuberculosis, scarlet fever, diseases of the Victorian Era are re-emerging in modern day Britain.  Scarlet fever cases have risen 136%, scurvy by 38% and cholera by 300% over the last 5 years in England.  In USA too - and other nations who bring in ISIS 'refugees.'  Scarlet fever is a complication of a strep infection.

The TRUTH is in the comments, NOT the article!
Turn your back on God and you will live in Hell on Earth and then in the hereafter.
http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/3376261/posts

USA border WAR
illegals, diseases, schoolkids
http://cj.myfreeforum.org/ftopic4877-117.php

DISEASES
http://cj.myfreeforum.org/about1344.html
CJ

Deadly diseases from past return to UK
February, 2016
-  Black Death, plague, scarlet fever, tuberculosis, typhoid, cholera.
Some of the deadliest diseases in history are making a comeback in the UK, and there are fears even the Black Death could return.  There were 10 suspected cases of the plague at hospitals between 2014 and 2015.  Experts warned it highlighted the need for extra vigilance to protect the public from killer conditions more commonly associated with centuries ago.
Cases of cholera have been confirmed since 2011, while scurvy and scarlet fever are on the rise.
Tuberculosis has also become more prevalent, along with cholera, typhoid, scurvy and rickets.
How do you spell UK's most deadly plague?  M U S L I M
http://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/...diseases-past-return-UK-hospitals
CJ

Active TB in USA
May 18, 2016  -  Refugees test Positive for Tuberculosis
.   70,000 refugees have been resettled in the United States - annually - for the past 30 years.  California, New York, Texas and Florida have half the nation’s active TB cases, and the highest numbers of foreign-born residents

26% cases of tuberculosis in Minnesota were Muslims from Somalia. One of every five refugees resettled in Minnesota tested positive for tuberculosis in 2014.  Minnesota had 150 cases of TB in 2015, compared to 147 cases in 2014. The most common risk factor for TB cases in Minnesota is being from a country where TB is common.
TB screening is offered BUT NOT REQUIRED to all refugees.

It’s not just tuberculosis they bring in. Measles, whooping cough, diptheria, and other diseases that were on their way to eradication are also coming into United States.  An outbreak of measles in Memphis, Tennessee began at a local mosque.
http://www.breitbart.com/big-gove...sota-tested-positive-tuberculosis


Michael Savage is a medical doctor - he talked about it May 17, 2016
- its very serious - and VERY expensive
You can pull up Savage Nation on youtube
CJ

Tokyo reports TB outbreak
May 21, 2016
 -  Japan says nine people are being treated for tuberculosis (TB) and 34 are being treated for latent TB after exposure to an infected student last year. The index student developed symptoms of TB in September and was diagnosed via chest X-ray in November. However, the student continued attending classes after symptoms appeared.

Tokyo has reported a rise in TB cases in recent years. Tuberculosis is caused by a bacterium called Mycobacterium tuberculosis. The bacteria usually attack the lungs, but TB bacteria can attack any part of the body such as the kidney, spine, and brain. If not treated properly, TB disease can be fatal. TB is spread through the air from one person to another.  People nearby may breathe in these bacteria and become infected.
http://outbreaknewstoday.com/tokyo-reports-tb-outbreak-31205
https://theextinctionprotocol.wor...ted-to-arrive-in-europe-by-spring

TB bacteria is airbourne, meaning if you are breathing the air where a TB patient is, you can be infected.  If they are on a plane - everyone on the plane is exposed.
CJ

Tuberculosis in Indiana  
May 24, 2016
 -  Refugees with infectious Tuberculosis sent to Indiana.
Tuberculosis is one of the most lethal infectious diseases in history.  It is easily transmitted, say on a public bus and increasingly, it is becoming highly resistant to all our antibiotics.

Refugees govt sent to Indiana in 2015 were diagnosed with active tuberculosis once they arrived.  400 migrants with TB settled in Indiana, now the TB rate is increasing as more migrants settle in the state.

Even refugees who were screened overseas and tested positive for TB are allowed to enter the United States without receiving treatment.

Obamatollah has been ILLEGALLY dumping people with a plethora of diseases among us from coast to coast!  Polio, TB, Chagas disease, leprosy, Zika, Ebola.....the list goes on.
The news media is responsible too for covering it up.
http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/3433324/posts

TB in USA
http://cj.myfreeforum.org/ftopic4076-9.php

Idea
CJ

Tuberculosis in Idaho
June 28, 2016
 -  Seven refugees with active tuberculosis (TB) were diagnosed shortly after their resettlement in Idaho between 2011 and 2015.  Now 7 states confirm refugees have active TB.
Louisiana (21), Florida (11), Colorado, (10), Indiana (4), Kentucky (9), and North Dakota (4).
Idaho is one of 14 states that have withdrawn from the federal refugee resettlement program.
http://www.breitbart.com/big-gove...ven-refugees-active-tb-sent-idaho
CJ

Multi-Drug Resistant TB in Wisconsin  
July 1, 2016  
-  Two refugees and a foreign student on a visa brought multi-drug resistant (MDR) tuberculosis (TB) to Milwaukee, Wisconsin.  20 cases of MDR TB, all foreign-born, diagnosed in Wisconsin.  The introduction of MDR TB to the United States represents a serious public health threat, since its successful treatment is uncertain and very expensive.  Over the past several decades, new strains of TB have developed around the world which are resistant to drugs, hence the term MDR TB.
http://www.breitbart.com/big-gove...multi-drug-resistant-tb-wisconsin
CJ

TB om Twin Falls Idaho, thanks Chobani
Aug 27, 2016  -  Tuberculosis
spiked 500% in Twin Falls Idaho as Chobani Yogurt opened Muslim owned plant.  The number of active TB cases in the 8 county Idaho public health district that includes Twin Falls jumped 500 percent between 2011 and 2012.

TB was diagnosed in the Twin Falls area in 2011, the year Chobani opened the yogurt factory.  Active TB cases in Idaho were foreign-born.  TB cases diagnosed also in Nebraska, among foreign-born.
Chobani yogurt has Muslim ownership.
http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/3463370/posts

More sources
http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/3386763/posts
http://articles.orlandosentinel.c...0503_1_chobani-greek-yogurt-plant
http://www.nytimes.com/2012/12/17...huge-yogurt-factory-in-idaho.html

Shocked

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