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Monday, 14 May 2012

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Victim of feminist ideology.

Christmas is coming, but not for Sandy Harvey who is a devote feminist. Her body is in the hospital being ravished by a tiny microbe named Aeromonas hydrophila.

While on vacation, Harvey went for a swim in a river where she cut her elbow on a rock and the bacteria entered her body.

Hopefully, Sandy will recover and she will get a new appreciation for the male doctors who struggled so hard to keep her in good health while she fought the illness.

Feminist organizations say they plan on stopping their attacks against men, but instead will focus their gender attacks against male judges and male lawyers.

Some people in Africa are immune to flesh eating bacteria because they live in areas heavily dense with vegetation and a breeding ground for lethal bacteria. After several centuries, Africans have evolved unusual immune systems to deal with the microbes.

Another flesh eating bacteria, Vibrio vulnificu occurs in salt water sources giving some idea where this bacteria was picked up in victims of Necrotizing fasciitis. This emphasizes the importance of not getting cuts and abrasions.

Cuban research laboratories in Havana are diligently attempting to adapt viruses to quickly kill bacteria that cause Necrotizing fasciitis in an effort to quickly stop the bacteria from breeding and spreading in the human body, averting tissue damage which leads to amputations.

Raul Castro said that Cuba is on the leading edge of medical technologies and his country is doing everything possible to help rid the world of diseases that affect humanity. Castro's critics say they will do everything possible to shut down his research facilities because they have no interest in his humanitarian efforts to help the world.

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