by David Gutierrez, Natural News:
Emory University Hospital in Atlanta, Georgia, plans to begin stockpiling blood plasma from Ebola survivors, leading some observers to question whether the government is merely being prudent or is expecting a widening of the current outbreak inside the U.S.
As reported by Wired, the plasma comes from survivors who were “treated with a pathogen inactivation system that’s never been used before in the United States.”
Thus far, the news site noted, the U.S. has had remarkable success in treating Ebola infections — indeed, in curing the disease — and that is quite possibly due to the experimental plasma treatments.
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