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Doctor: 'Reliable Evidence' Ebola Can Go Airborne

By    |   Tuesday, 16 September 2014 11:53 AM

Despite the government’s denials, there is reliable evidence that the Ebola virus may be airborne, retired neurosurgeon and author Dr. Russell Blaylock said Tuesday on Newsmax TV's “America’s Forum.”

“It's a viral organism and at first it was only spread by fluid, body fluids,” he said. “So you had to come in contact with the body or get some of the fluids, serum or blood, in order to contract it. It was not airborne.

"There's evidence now from a Canadian study that in fact it may be airborne and what they do is they separate animals and they infect one group of animals and see if it will spread to the isolated other ones that are exposed to the air, and it did spread," Blaylock said. "Now the U.S. doctors are saying that they don't believe that, but the Canadian study was very well done and it's sort of irrefutable evidence.”

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Quarantine is the only sure way to keep it from spreading, Blaylock said. But in Africa, where it has reached a public health crisis, people were not quarantined soon enough, allowing the disease to rapidly spread.

“When we first had Ebola appear in Africa, they did a pretty good job of quarantining and it didn't really spread,” he said. “But this time, unfortunately, they let it get out. Families were invading areas that they were told not to go into because they wanted to see their loved ones the last time, and they underestimated the virus itself because they were wearing these HazMat suits and protective gear, but the virus still spread to them.”

Blaylock said it is highly risky for the government to ship Americans who contracted Ebola while working in Africa back to the United States for treatment.

“One of the big mistakes they made is shipping these people back to the United States because they can share the virus two months later,” he said. “A carried situation, for instance, in the semen it's alive for two months after the patient recovers.”

Blaylock, author of the “Blaylock Wellness Report,” said he does not trust the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to protect the American public.

“I don't have confidence in the CDC,” he said. “They have numerous times shown that their interest is in money from different sources. They've made so many errors; they've shipped out a dangerous virus to researchers from the USDA that could have caused an epidemic of Bird Flu. So I don't have a lot of confidence in the CDC.”

On the upside, according to Blaylock, should Ebola make its way to the United States, it is not likely to have the same 90 percent-100 percent mortality rate it does in Africa.

“Almost all Africans are infected with parasites, parasites suppress the immune system,” he said. “So these people have poor dietary supplementation which makes their immune system weak. They have the parasitic infections which inhibit the immune system's ability to fight viruses”

He suggests D3 vitamin supplements and a low-sugar diet since sugar is proven to suppress the immune system.

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