‘Emerging Diseases’ takes on MERS, Ebola, more

Sunday, June 21, 2015
By Paul Martin

‘Dreaded infectious diseases’ now emerging, e-book warns

June 20, 2015

Whooping cough, smallpox, measles and tuberculosis, once enough to send American communities into paroxysms of fear through their very mention, are essentially exterminated, right?

And the U.S. is largely protected from exotics like Ebola, Chikungunya, Chagas disease, Dengue fever and others by distance and time, correct?

Not really, as Jane Orient, M.D., explains in the new free e-book from WND, “EMERGING DISEASES.”

“The dreaded infectious diseases of the past may be forgotten,” she writes, “but they are not gone, and diseases that are new, at least to the United States, are emerging.”

One of the newest is MERS, the Middle East Respiratory Syndrome, which was first found in the Arabian Peninsula but already has spread to at least 20 other nations, including the United States.

Before that, it was Ebola, which is blamed for killing thousands horrifically on the African continent. It spread fear throughout America and the rest of the world.

There also was a recent measles epidemic, worries about the side effects of vaccines, rare diseases brought into America by illegal aliens, and ominously drug-resistant strains.

Orient, president of the Association of American Physicians and Surgeons, warns there’s danger in letting such issues “drop off our radar.”

“Unfortunately, much of our public heath establishment has been diverted into protecting us against sugary soft drinks, rather than infectious disease threats,” she writes. “And public trust is being eroded by politicization of the issues and conflicts of interest.”

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