Excuses are given in both cases as to why the men died, but where those excuses to cover-up the fact the Ebola has become a Ethnic Bio-weapon that aims to harm only or primarily persons of specific ethnicities or genotypes, in this case Blacks or Africans.
Is this the real reason why their is an epidemic in African?
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Dr. Martin Salia is the second person to die of Ebola in the U.S. The Sierra Leonean doctor, a permanent resident of the U.S., was experiencing advanced symptoms of Ebola when he arrived at the Nebraska Medical Center Saturday from Sierra Leone. He was not treating Ebola patients in that country.Man Who Died from Ebola Endured Treatment Delays | BlackPressUSA
“We used every possible treatment available to give Dr. Salia every possible opportunity for survival,” said Dr. Phil Smith, medical director of the Biocontainment Unit at Nebraska Medical Center and professor of infectious diseases at the University of Nebraska Medical Center. “As we have learned, early treatment with these patients is essential. In Dr. Salia’s case, his disease was already extremely advanced by the time he came here for treatment.”
In this April 2014 photo provided by the United Methodist News Service, Dr. Martin Salia poses for a photo at the United Methodist Church’s Kissy Hospital outside Freetown, Sierra Leone. Salia has tested positive for Ebola and will be flown, on Saturday, Nov. 15, 2014, to the Nebraska Medical Center, in Omaha, Neb., for treatment. (AP Photo/United Methodist News Service, Mike DuBose)Nebraska Hospital: Surgeon With Ebola Has Died | Black America Web
A surgeon who contracted Ebola while working in his native Sierra Leone has died while being treated in a biocontainment unit at a Nebraska hospital, the facility said Monday.
Nebraska Medical Center said in a news release that Dr. Martin Salia died as a result of the disease.
“Dr. Salia was extremely critical when he arrived here, and unfortunately, despite out best efforts, we weren’t able to save him,” said Dr. Phil Smith, medical director of the biocontainment unit.
Salia arrived Saturday to be treated at the Omaha hospital, where two other Ebola patients have been successfully treated.