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Canadian experimental Ebola vaccine vials arrive in Geneva
Oct 22, 2014   CBC -  WHO plans to start large-scale *vaccine trials in West Africa in January 2015
.  I have heard they began early 2014 and Africans became suspicious the needle gives the ebola.

Travellers from the 3 West African countries expected to check in with U.S. health officials for 21 days.
The first 250 vials of Canada's experimental Ebola vaccine arrived in Geneva for clinical trials that could start 2014 November.

The federal government to provide 800 vials of the *vaccine, called rVSV-EBOV.
It is one of two lead vaccines that the World Health Organization flagged for potential use in West Africa.

Many "ifs" remain about the experimental *vaccines.
The first human trials of the Canadian vaccine began 2014 October in Bethesda, Md.  Four more, in Germany, Switzerland, Gabon** and Kenya, are expected to start in the next few weeks.

250 people will be enrolled in these Phase 1 trials designed to show whether a *vaccine is safe to use in people and what protective dose is needed.

British drugmaker ***GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) and the U.S. National Institutes of Health *vaccine is known as cAd3-ZEBOV. It is from a modified chimpanzee cold virus and an Ebola protein. It is in clinical trials now in Britain and in Mali.  There are U.S. troops in Mali.

*** Glaxo has been involved in fraud and scandal.
** Gabon is on the west coast of Central Africa on the equator.
* I am told these and most vaccines today contain a 'kill trigger' the govt can trip as they wish.  ALL vaccines including annual flu shots now have this 'kill trigger.'

U.N. Agenda 21 - NWO globalist depopulation plan
Sustainable development, code for depopulation, kill people

IT WAS PLANNED - by our governments!

Matthew 24

Luke 21

The Revelation of the Lord Jesus Christ to John

And many MANY other scriptures!
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First they came . .  .  .  .  
First they came for the Jews, Christians, and I didn't speak out because I wasn't a Jew.
Then they came for the ( blacks, Muslims, Communists, ) and I didn't speak out because I wasn't a Communist.
Then they came for the trade unionists, and I didn't speak out because I wasn't a trade unionist.
Then they came for me and there was no one was left to speak out for me.
Originally Pastor Martin Niemoller, periodicly revised, periodly needed

It has been over 60 years after the Second World War in Europe ended.  6 million Jews, 20 million Russians, 10 million Christians
and 1,900 Catholic priests were murdered, massacred, raped, burned, starved and humiliated with the German and Russian peoples
looking the other way!  Now, more than ever, with Iran, among others, claiming the Holocaust to be a myth, it is imperative to
make sure the world never forgets, because they want to do it again.

First they came
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Criminal probe of meningitis outbreaks
October 12, 2012  -  14 DEAD, 170 infected

More tainted steroid injections than thought were given to 14,000 patients.
14 have died from meningitis and 170 people have been infected.
23 states received shipments, Meningitis fungus cases have been confirmed in 11 states
Meningitis is an infection of the membranes covering the brain and spinal cord. Patients show a variety of symptoms including severe headaches and fever.

The widening outbreak has alarmed U.S. health officials and focused attention on regulations of pharmaceutical compounding companies such as the one that produced the drugs, the New England Compounding Center, Inc. in Framingham, Mass.
Over 50 vials of steroid treatments from the NECC and other sites have tested positive for fungus that causes meningitis.
The FDA said the outbreak shows the need for a risk-based scheme for dealing with drug compounding.
The NECC appears to have violated state licensing laws to produce drugs.

Massachusetts restricts compounding pharmacies to formulating medications for individual prescriptions. But Massachusetts officials are concerned NECC may have been acting more like a drug manufacturer.
They were making big batches and selling out of state.

Pestilence Watch * Ebola, SARS, meningitis
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7 dead as meningitis outbreak grows
October 6, 2012  
 Atlanta (CNN) - The death toll from an outbreak of fungal meningitis linked to contaminated steroid injections has risen to seven, said the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
The total number of cases has also grown to 64 people in nine states, the CDC said. That is 17 more cases and two more states than the day before.
Patients contracted the deadly meningitis after being injected in their spine with a preservative-free steroid called methylprednisolone acetate that was contaminated by a fungus. The steroid is used to treat pain and inflammation.

Health officials say 76 medical facilities in 23 states received the contaminated products, which were manufactured by New England Compounding Center in Framingham, Massachusetts.
NECC voluntarily recalled three lots of the injectible steroid last week. As a precaution, the Food and Drug Administration is asking doctors, clinics, and consumers to stop using any products made by NECC.

Meningitis outbreak tangles two pharmacies with common owners
10/10/12  BOSTON  - A Massachusetts company that mixes drugs for hospitals on Wednesday gave up an attempt to distance itself from an affiliated pharmacy linked to a deadly U.S. outbreak of fungal meningitis.
Ameridose LLC agreed to close down for 12 days while state and federal officials investigate the New England Compounding Center, which distributed thousands of vials of a contaminated steroid made at a shabby brick complex next to a waste and recycling operation in a western suburb of Boston.

The pharmacies are owned by Gregory Conigliaro, an engineer, and his brother-in-law, Barry Cadden, a pharmacist who was in charge of pharmacy operations at NECC. The waste and recycling facility is another of Conigliaro's business interests.
Ameridose and NECC mix, dilute and prepare drugs into formulations not typically available through pharmaceutical manufacturers from facilities in Massachusetts. NECC has surrendered its license and recalled its products in the wake of the meningitis outbreak, which has claimed a dozen lives.
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Meningitis-linked steroid may have affected 13,000 people in U.S.: CDC
Oct 9, 2012
NASHVILLE, Tennessee - Some 13,000 people in 23 U.S. states may have received steroid injections linked to a rare fungal meningitis outbreak that has killed eight people, but far fewer are likely to contract the disease, the Centers for Disease Control said on Monday.
The CDC for the first time estimated the number of patients potentially affected, after previously saying only that it could be in the thousands.

So far, 105 cases of the rare form of meningitis have been confirmed in nine states. In hardest hit Tennessee another person has died, bringing the national death toll to eight, the CDC and Tennessee state authorities said on Monday.
Nearly 1,000 people in Tennessee may have received injections from the three recalled lots containing 17,676 vials of potentially tainted steroid, Tennessee Health Commissioner Dr. John Dreyzehner said on Monday. Saint Thomas Outpatient Neurosurgery Center in Nashville received some 2,000 vials, more than any other facility in the country, he said.

Shocked   U.S. meningitis outbreak death toll rises to 12
October 10, 2012  The injection ingredient may have contained SEWAGE!

The death toll from an American meningitis outbreak linked to tainted medication has reached 12, according to US officials, who have documented more than 120 infections in 10 states.
Officials at the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said as many as 13,000 people might have received doses of the contaminated steroid injection that has caused an outbreak of the rare fungal infection.
Among the hardest hit states are Tennessee with 39 cases, Michigan with 25, and Virginia with 24. Florida, Maryland and Minnesota, New Jersey, Indiana, North Carolina and Ohio also reported cases.

Mass. gov: Drug firm may have misled regulators
Oct. 11, 2012  BOSTON (AP) — The specialty pharmacy linked to a deadly meningitis outbreak may have misled regulators and done work beyond the scope of its state license, said Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick.
Meanwhile, a second pharmacy connected to the New England Compounding Center in Framingham has shut down for state and federal inspection.
The New England Compounding Center made a steroid that was used in injections for back pain that were later found contaminated. More than 130 people in 11 states have been sickened. Twelve have died.
Patrick told reporters that state and federal agencies "may have been misled by some of the information we were given" by the New England Compounding Center.
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Meningitis outbreak
October 13, 2012
Meningitis-linked Massachusetts pharmacy founder had background in recycling
An Indiana death confirmed, 197 meningitis cases to date.
The pharmacy linked to the outbreak of meningitis is owned by two brothers-in-law.
One is a pharmacist, the other a risk-taking businessman.
Now investigators try to determine how a steroid solution supplied by the pharmacy apparently became contaminated with a fungus.
The drug has sickened nearly 200 people in 12 states, killing 15.  Most of the patients had received spinal injections of the steroid for back pain.
NECC was founded as a compounding pharmacy, a laboratory that custom-mixes solution, creams and other medicines in dosages and forms that often are unavailable from pharmaceutical companies.

Meningitis outbreak expands to Pennsylvania
October 15, 2012  
A fungal meningitis outbreak linked to contaminated steroid injections expanded to 15 states as Pennsylvania reported its first case of the disease that has killed 15 people nationwide.The Pennsylvania is being treated in a hospital.
At St. Thomas in Nashville Tennessee, 275 patients have undergone spinal tap tests, a painful procedure to determine if they have meningitis, and 33 people infected with meningitis have been treated.
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US meningitis deaths rise to 19 as probe of firm intensifies
October 18, 2012  19 deaths
from a US meningitis outbreak linked to contaminated steroid medications.
Federal agents raided the offices of the company at the center of the scandal and took away documents.
The Centers for Disease Control said states had confirmed 4 more deaths in the last 24 hours.

How did steroids linked to meningitis outbreak get contaminated?
Was it some moldy ceiling tiles? The dusty shoes of a careless employee? Or did the contamination ride in on one of the ingredients?
There are lots of ways fungus could have gotten inside the Massachusetts compounding pharmacy whose steroid medication has been linked to a lethal outbreak of a rare fungal form of meningitis.
The outbreak has killed at least 15 people and sickened more than 200 others in 15 states. Nearly all the victims had received steroid injections for back pain.

Federal and state investigators have been tightlipped about any problems they may have seen at the New England Compounding Center or whether they have pinpointed the source of the contamination. They did disclose last week that they found fungus in more than 50 vials from the pharmacy.

Company spokesman Andrew Paven said by email that criminal investigators from the Food and Drug Administration were at the pharmacy in Framingham, Mass., on Tuesday. The visit was part of a broad federal and state investigation of the outbreak, FDA spokesman Steven Immergut said in an email.

New England Compounding has not commented on its production process or what might have gone wrong, so outside experts can only speculate. But the betting money seems to be on dirty conditions, faulty sterilizing equipment, tainted ingredients or sloppiness on the part of employees.
The drug at the center of the investigation is made without preservative, meaning there's no alcohol or other solution in it to kill germs such as a fungus. So it's very important that it be made under highly sterile conditions, experts said.
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North Carolina meningitis deaths
October 18, 2012  
- The U.S. death toll from fungal meningitis linked to potentially contaminated steroid injections has risen by two to 23, with North Carolina reporting its first death, health officials said on Saturday.

Tennessee's death total in the outbreak rose to eight, the highest state total, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) said on its website.

States reported 13 new cases of fungal meningitis, raising the total to 281. There are also three peripheral infections caused by injections into joints.

The outbreak stems from medications shipped by the New England Compounding Center (NECC) in Massachusetts. The company faces federal and state investigations and lawsuits over the tainted medications.

Indiana and New Hampshire reported two new cases apiece. Virginia, Tennessee and New Jersey each had three new cases, the CDC said.

Health regulators confirmed on Thursday the presence of the deadly Exserohilum fungus in vials of the NECC steroid used for pain injections. They estimate that as many as 14,000 people may have been exposed to the contaminated medication.

NECC and its executives face a civil suit in Massachusetts that seeks to freeze the officers' personal assets. Florida, which has had three deaths and 17 cases, has barred NECC from doing business in the state.

Meningitis Reemergence of Polio Virus
October 23, 2012  Depopulation!  THIS IS CRIMINAL!

14,000 people in the USA at risk of meningitis from contaminated mixed drugs, called methylprednisolone in 23 states.
The meningitis cases have been caused by the fungus Exserohilum, a type of black mold.
Exserohilum can cause skin and sinus infections, inflammation of the lining of the heart, and bone infections.
It also weakens the human immune system which can cause other infections.
Treatment includes intravenous doses of voriconazole, a severe antifungal drug which causes liver and kidney complications,
as well as hallucinations and irregular heart rhythms.
The CDC reported that 23 people have died. 294 cases of infection have been reported in 16 states.

The meningitis outbreak is actually an outbreak of acute flaccid paralysis (AFP) or polio.
When an individual becomes infected with the polio virus, they can develop different versions of the virus which include asceptic meningitis.
Meningitis has become a new reference for polio which has been surfacing across the globe and downplaying the extent of the contamination.

The Gates Foundation (BMGF) travelled to India to administer polio vaccines which resulted in an outbreak of non-polio paralysis.
Grants provided to the Indian government from BMGF and WHO funded the vaccination program.

Dr. Neetu Vashisht and Dr. Jacob Puliyel of the Department of Pediatrics at St Stephens Hospital in Delhi, India reported that
after extensive lab synthesis of the polio strain in 2002, the polio virus has returned in a weaponized form that is proving impossible to eradicate.
BMGF spent millions supporting Vaccines to under-developed nations.  Depopulation!
WHO teamed up with the World Bank and UN Population Fund for anti-fertility vaccine R&D.

666  *  Cashless Society Begins in India

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Meningitis is swelling of the menengie in the brain.  It can be caused by many things, for instance West Nile Fever.  It can also be caused by bacteria and fungal infection apart from viral.  
It is a nasty disease, and it would not surprise me, but there are many causes.  I think the main cause of depopulation is the wearing down of our immune systems via an all our assault on our immune systems by way of air, water, food.
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Meningitis Outbreak: Pharmacy Staff Worked in Plain Sight of Health Violations
Oct 28, 2012
A lethal meningitis outbreak stemming from pain medication mixed at one pharmacy in New England. With the death toll increasing and the rate of ill patients rapidly rising, this fungal meningitis resurgence has become one of the country’s worst drug-related health crises in recent years. Worse still, are new reports that staffers at the pharmacy knew of the impending danger and did nothing to stop it.

So far, 338 people have been fallen ill from fungal meningitis, while 25 more have died from it, the Associated Press reports. In all cases, patients received an injection of tainted pain medication made in the New England Compounding Center (NECC) in Framingham, Mass.

Earlier this month, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) confirmed that a mysterious black fungus found in the vials of the tainted medication was the same fungus responsible for the disease.

This week, the FDA released a preliminary report stating that the pharmacy itself appears contaminated, which could have played a role in corrupting the medicine.

Among the health and safety violations, the agency found abnormalities in and around what should have been sterile work rooms. They included “green and yellow discolorations,” standing water from a leaky boiler, and visible dust filtering through the air conditioning system courtesy of a nearby recycling plant.
Machinery used to sterilize vials was also found to contain a mysterious residue, and against guidelines, staffers routinely turned off the air conditioning at night, rendering the drugs less stable.

Huge drug recall latest fallout in deadly meningitis outbreak
Oct 2012 -  Ameridose
, a sister company of the U.S. pharmacy linked to a meningitis outbreak that has killed 29 people, announced on Wednesday a voluntary recall of all its products, a move to cooperate with regulators that could nevertheless create shortages of some drugs.

In particular, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration and a number of hospitals are concerned about the availability of several drugs for which Ameridose has been a major supplier, including those given as shots or intravenous drips or used during surgery.

The Westborough, Massachusetts-based company, which was closed on October 10, said it had not received any reports of adverse reactions to the products it is recalling but that the FDA has asked it to improve its sterility testing processes.

"Ameridose and FDA agree that the use of injectable products that are not sterile can represent a serious hazard to health," the company said in a statement, adding that it shipped its medications nationwide.

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