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Re: West Nile Virus Help ???
- To: killietalk at aka_org
- Subject: Re: West Nile Virus Help ???
- From: HOLLIS1506 at webtv_net (Leo Arieux)
- Date: Tue, 6 Aug 2002 06:50:33 -0500 (CDT)
- In-reply-to: Wayne Morrow <cwmorrow at gbronline_com>'s message of Mon, 05 Aug2002 21:11:25 -0500
Wayne et al :
I was not concerned with the difference between the blood chemistry of
humans and horses. I brought this up to say _if_ it is possible to
develop a serum for horses, there should have been one developed for
humans as well. Only one other person was decerning enough to get my
Take your stastistics and tell the family's of the people who died from
well it's _only_ a small percent of the small percent that die.I'm sure
that this will be of great comfort to them.
The _small_ percent who contract the virus will be relieved as well.
I will hazard a guess, based on the figures that were so nobly quoted in
the previous e-mails, as to why no human serum has not been developed.
This has (in the past) occurred in 3 rd world countries and as such
wasn't important enough to cause too much concern....especially since
they couldn't afford the research and had a large poor population that
the virus mostly affected. It's the old "Let them eat cake" Syndrome.
NO actually this is not rambling but a comment of the concern or lack
for the people in those areas that this directly affects. Since I live
then this affects me ! I have little concern that I will contract the
virus but I am only 1 person among many. I resent the remark that "it
only affects the old and weak". This must be symptomatic of today's
throw away society, since at one time the "older generation" was valued
Yes. I am of the older generation and quite proud of this seemingly
simple accomplishment. Just wait and see how simple it really
is.....when and if you get "old". Have a good day and stay well.
Laissez Les Bon Temps Rouler'
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