The entire world is controlled by criminal psychopaths who create all kinds of nefarious, GENETICALLY MODIFIED viruses, bacteria, fungus, parasites in labs (called bio-weapons) and then release them onto their unsuspecting populous to which when one then gets infected with said weapons, they go to the criminal Rockefeller trained allopathic doctors that they have been trained to think are gods …and they are not because they too are just as mind controlled and dumbed down as the average American.
So ….beware that if you or your loved ones come down with anything that negatively affects the body, and a doctor cannot provide a cure, then take your health into your own hands.
In fact …by now if someone is not actively CLEANSING their body (including parasite cleanses) and on a candida-free diet, consider that they will be susceptible to these weapons of mass destruction that the corrupted CDC is reporting on …
More than 220 cases of a breed of “nightmare bacteria” with new or rare antibiotic-resistant genes, have been found in 27 states, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said in a report released Tuesday.
The CDC has warned of the antibiotic-resistant bacteria for years, but these “nightmare bacteria” are “virtually untreatable” and capable of spreading genes that make them “impervious” to most antibiotics, Scientific American reported.
The nightmare bacteria that are resistant to almost every drug are particularly deadly in the elderly and people with chronic illnesses, as up to 50 percent of the resulting infections are fatal, Dr. Anne Schuchat, the CDC’s principal deputy director, told the magazine.
Schuchat said at news conference that the CDC was working to get “in front of them before they do become common,” Live Science reported.
“We have data showing an aggressive approach works” to halt the spread of these new threats, she said.
About 2 million Americans get sick from antibiotic-resistant bacteria each year and 23,000 die, the CDC reported.
Dr. Amesh Adalja, a senior scholar at the John Hopkins University Center for Health Security, told Scientific American that the “unusual” genes discussed in the CDC report were truly the “worst of the worst.”
“There are certain bacterial genes that are more worrisome than others, that are much harder to treat,” Adalja said. “These genes are lurking in American patients and they are spreading in hospitals and health care facilities.”
Doctors liken the spread of “nightmare bacteria” and other antibiotic-resistant germs to a “wildfire … difficult to contain once it spreads widely,” Live Science reported. Therefore, doctors want to “extinguish the spark” before any new or unusual types of these bacteria or germs have a chance to spread.
“We need to do more, and we need to do it faster and earlier with each new antibiotic-resistance threat,” Schuchat said.