When Combating Infectious Diseases, Are Animals More Important Than Humans?

When Combating Infectious Diseases, Are Animals More Important Than Humans?
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Ebola dominates headlines as people wonder if it will continue to spread at a faster rate, has it gone airborne, what is the connection between Ebola, CDC, military, universities, and private bio-tech corporations? And why did Obama send 300 advisors to combat IS, but 3000 troops to West Africa?

Ebola dominates headlines as people wonder if it will continue to spread at a faster rate, has it gone airborne, what is the connection between Ebola, CDC, military, universities, and private bio-tech corporations? And why did Obama send 300 advisors to combat IS, but 3000 troops to West Africa?

Questions continue to dominate the conversation surrounding Ebola. What are the US bio-war research teams are in West Africa actually doing and is there any connection between their research and the number of US military troops sent to secure the area? Back in America, Obama’s new Ebola “Czar” pulls a disappearing act, while the fight between the Federal Government and States continues to heat up. A recent letter to the editor notes the hypocrisy of the Fed’s position when it is pointed out that animals from Africa have to undergo quarantine, whereas humans do not.

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