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Ebola, Preparedness & the Unspoken Threat

Think of it; Porous boarders, unchecked Travel migration. A new study (UKDSTL) identifies Ebola strain that survives for as long as 50 days with an undisclosed risk of transmitting the virus even during the incubation phase along with an incoherent strategy from a deeply politicized bureaucracy.

Now then, given the facts as they presently are and accepting that the world’s poked with extremists masquerading about as religious fundamentalists eagerly probing for targets of maximum effect, one must ask a very serious question: What type of welcome message is being broadcasted by the U.S. Bureaucracy?

Curtis C. Greco, Founder

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ON AIR with Host Mike Miller of WIMA 1150

The Foundations Weekly OnPoint Series continues with Host Mike Miller of 1150 WIMA in Lima, Ohio and Policy Analyst, Curtis Greco. This week features “Ebola: When Mishandling is a Crisis All Its Own.”  This vignette appears throughout the week during Michael’s 6-9 a.m. (ET) Show. Ohio’s In-Tune & In-Touch Host, catch him Live in-market or online at www.1150wima.com.

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Ebola: About the Money?

Common sense would suggest that anytime you have a person exhibiting viral symptoms you do one very simple thing; you isolate them. Why then are we bringing infected persons to the U.S. (Ebola-free) for treatment, for an untreatable disease, when they could just as easily be treated at the point of origin?

Remember, like other similar types of infectious diseases, Ebola occurs by contact.  For more information and an astute perspective I recommend reading the following article.  Yes, it is penned by noted radio talk show host Michael Savage,but what many may not know about him is that he has a Ph.D. in epidemiology.

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