Ebola test drug supply exhausted world-wide – Germany asks soldiers to volunteer to fight the outbreak in Africa

September 2014 AFRICA – Doctors treating a Spanish priest who was repatriated from West Africa on Monday after being diagnosed with the Ebola virus said there were no samples of experimental drug ZMapp available in the world right now, and they were considering alternative treatments. The priest, Manuel Garcia Viejo, 69, was in serious condition and was suffering from dehydration, with kidney and liver complications, said Javier Rodriguez, chief health officer for the Madrid region. Garcia Viejo, a medical director of the San Juan de Dios Hospital in Lunsar, Sierra Leone, was transferred to Madrid Carlos III hospital after being flown back from Sierra Leone in a medically-equipped military plane.
Mapp Biopharmaceutical, the company that makes ZMapp, says the drug’s supplies are exhausted and that it takes months to make even a small batch. With ZMapp unavailable, the hospital was looking into alternative medicines or the possibility of using blood serum from a cured patient, said Dr. Jose Ramon Arribas, of the Carlos III hospital. Garcia Viejo is the second Spanish missionary to catch Ebola. Another priest, Miguel Pajares, 75, was flown back to Spain from Liberia on Aug. 7. Pajares began treatment with ZMapp, but died Aug. 12. Ebola is blamed for the deaths of more than 2,600 people in West Africa. The Health Ministry said Garcia Viejo asked to be transferred back to Spain after testing positive for the deadly virus. –ABC News
Germany asks soldiers to volunteer: Germany’s defense minister is asking for volunteers from the country’s military to staff a clinic it plans to set up in West Africa, where the deadly Ebola disease has claimed more than 2,600 lives. In a memo circulated Monday, Ursula von der Leyen appealed to soldiers and civilian employees to “voluntarily make yourselves available for this unusual mission.” Von der Leyen assured potential volunteers that they would be properly trained and compensated, and “in case of emergency you can rely on being brought back to Germany.” Von der Leyen did not say how many people would be needed to staff the foreseen 50-bed clinic. –ABC News
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7 Responses to Ebola test drug supply exhausted world-wide – Germany asks soldiers to volunteer to fight the outbreak in Africa

  1. Lorra B. says:

    I wonder if the word ‘Volunteer,’ is being used lightly here? Our troops certainly did not ‘volunteer’ to go into the situation…just me thinking out loud…🙂

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  2. jim says:

    At least they’re asking them to volunteer to die Unlike the U.S. who orders people to die. What kind of compensation can you give a person when you’re asking them to commit suicide

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  3. Judy Clarke says:

    Precisely, “IT TAKES MONTHS TO MAKE A NEW BATCH” Then how come the USA Dr who was flown to USA that first week was given some. I hate the way they lie. That antidote to Ebola was made at the same time they produced the mutated Ebola strain that is now rampant and fast becoming a pandemic. It was a ‘no brainer’ – they went against all rules and flew the Dr home to the USA,from an infected area to an uncontaminated country (that is SO WRONG, regardless of position) because they knew they had the antidote there, already made up (for a disease they knew nothing about -NOT) I hope God is watching every person along the chain that has anything to do with Genocide + germ warfare. While Im here, for GODS sake, STOP BURYING THESE DEAD PATIENTS, THEY HAVE TO BE BURNED.

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  4. they are clinging to that 2600 number for a while now,that is eerie!

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