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How To Survive In A World WITHOUT ANTIBIOTICS!


\nWHO strongly recommends an overall reduction in the use of all classes of medically important antibiotics in food-producing animals, including complete restriction of these antibiotics for growth promotion and disease prevention without diagnosis. Healthy animals should only receive antibiotics to prevent disease if it has been diagnosed in other animals in the same flock, herd, or fish population.




How To Survive In A World WITHOUT ANTIBIOTICS!


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WHO strongly recommends an overall reduction in the use of all classes of medically important antibiotics in food-producing animals, including complete restriction of these antibiotics for growth promotion and disease prevention without diagnosis. Healthy animals should only receive antibiotics to prevent disease if it has been diagnosed in other animals in the same flock, herd, or fish population.


Jeanna Geise was only 15 years old when she became the world's first known survivor of Rabies without receiving any vaccination. Her miraculous survival has not only challenged a time-honored scientific fact, but has also brought about a new method of Rabies treatment, known as the Milwaukee Protocol. It had long been thought that Rabies is 100% fatal in humans who are not vaccinated. However, to the surprise of the medical world, Jeanna showed that fatal the virus can be beaten sans vaccination.


The Milwaukee Protocol, which was first tested on Jeanna, is now recognized worldwide as a means to possibly save unvaccinated rabies patients. But despite the amazing recovery Jeanna experienced, the method has stirred up some controversy in regards to its effectiveness. Out of 41 patients who have so far received the Protocol only 6 have survived. So why do some patients survive while others don't ? Some scientists are skeptical whether the actual Protocol is the factor allowing patients to live. New research has shown that humans may be able to survive Rabies without vaccination or treatment after all. A study done in Peru (were Vampire Bats, a known Rabies carrier, are common) lead by Amy Gilbert of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention found that 7 out of the 63 people evaluated tested positive for rabies antibodies. Of those seven people only one had previously taken the Rabies vaccine. This meant that the other six had produced antibodies on their own after being exposed to the virus and had survived.


Other evidence also supports the theory that humans can survive Rabies. Not a single other documented virus has a 100% fatality rate in humans. Therefore, could Rabies really be the sole outlier we believe it to be? Even in animals who carry Rabies the virus isnt completely fatal; 14% of dogs survive. Bats can survive too. Scientists have also brought forth the idea that maybe the six human survivors had been infected with a weakened strain of Rabies, which allowed their immune system to prevail. This is possible since different animals carry varied strains of the virus. Until more research* is done on the Milwaukee Protocol and Rabies in general, it remains unclear why some people triumph over the world's deadliest virus while others dont. But in the meantime, if I'm ever infected with Rabies (which I'd prefer not to be) and for some reason don't receive the vaccination on time, I will definitely request the Milwaukee Protocol. A small chance of survival is better than no chance.


But some antibiotics that used to be typical treatments for bacterial infections now don't work as well. And some drugs don't work at all against some bacteria. When an antibiotic no longer works against some strains of bacteria, those bacteria are said to be antibiotic resistant. Antibiotic resistance is one of the world's most urgent health problems.


This thematic issue from Antimicrobial Resistance and Infection Control features an overview and summary of the presented posters (including a link to the forum website with PDFs of the posters), a selection of the excellent presentations of the World HAI Forum as full articles and, last but not least, The Pensieres Antibiotic Resistance Call to Action: Ready for a world without antibiotics?


Carbapenem resistant Enterobacteriaceae is a worldwide threat, with increasing prevalence in many countries. Restricted usage of higher end antibiotics, especially carbapenem is of great importance in tackling th...


I blogged last week that McDonald's new CEO Steve Easterbrook was uniquely positioned to help save modern medicine from the rise of antibiotic-resistant bacteria. Antibiotic resistance results from the overuse of antibiotics, both in human medicine and in raising animals for food. The latter accounts for about 80% of all antibiotics sold in the US. Livestock producers often use antibiotics to help animals grow faster or survive crowded, stressful, unsanitary confinement conditions. When these antibiotics are used again and again, some bacteria survive, multiply and spread to threaten people.


Over the last few years, financial analysts have pointed to some sagging of the golden arches due to increased competition and brand "identity crisis." Investing in healthier, more responsibly-produced meat sure seems like a golden opportunity to win back customers and reputation. To capitalize on this opportunity, McDonald's will need to get rid of loopholes in their global antibiotics stewardship policy and follow their own example on sourcing chicken raised without the antibiotics that are important for humans.


Jie, have you looked into using 222nm? There is research showing it kills MRSA 99.9% without the use of hydrogen peroxide and will not damage healthy skin cells. Also, what is the percentage solution of peroxide you used in the study and did you spray it directly into the open wound of mice or just in the culture? Thanks for the very important research result you have shared, super bugs are going to be the cause of an estimated 10million deaths world wide in the next 30 years!


I have had MRSA for a long time and believe myself to be colonized I have taken several types of antibiotics be several times each to no avail.So is pulsing be blue Lazer the best light treatment? where would I purchase this?why was such a dilute peroxide used?how concentrated of a solution can be used without excessive cell damage?I have heard of h204 being taken internally at a few drops diluted in water to help heal body.has this approach been evaluated.I would be interested in participating in clinical trials and am emailing my contact info


What should someone do if they suspect they or others have been exposed to plague? Get immediate medical attention: To prevent illness, a person who has been exposed to pneumonic plague must receive antibiotic treatment without delay. If an exposed person becomes ill, antibiotics must be administered within 24 hours of their first symptoms to reduce the risk of death. Notify authorities: Immediately notify local or state health departments so they can begin to investigate and control the problem right away. If bioterrorism is suspected, the health departments will notify the CDC, FBI, and other appropriate authorities. 041b061a72


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