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Global Monkeypox Outbreak: 75 countries, 16,000 cases and 5 deaths
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I found this very interesting.

I like the way the Dr. Campbell tries to stay in the boundaries of just providing the facts. Unfortunately, the information he shares does not always help with combating the BS that spreads around the internet, or the deceptions being presented by the media, because people have become too dependent on being told what something means, what they should think, and how they should act.

He is very cautious. He works very hard not to offend the wrong people, and to avoid being banned. Just one more thing that shows that he is pretty smart.







Quote:Monkeypox, sexual spread confirmed
Jul 27, 2022

Monkeypox virus, seldom reported outside African until now, https://www.nejm.org/doi/full/10.1056...

Endemic in Africa Cases now worldwide METHODS Formed an international collaborative group, international case series, presentation, clinical course, outcomes of PCR confirmed infections

RESULTS
We report 528 infections diagnosed between April 27 to June 24, 2022 Cases, 528, at 43 sites in 16 countries 98% in gay or bisexual men, 7 5% were White, 41% had HIV median age 38 Transmission suspected to have occurred through sexual activity 95% of cases Presentation in this series 95% rash (with 64% having less than 10 lesions) 73% anogenital lesions 41% had mucosal lesions (with 54 having a single genital lesion) Common systemic features preceding the rash fever (62%) lethargy (41%) myalgia (31%) headache (27%) lymphadenopathy (56%)

Concomitant sexually transmitted infections 109 of 377 (29%) Among the 23 people with a clear exposure history median incubation period, 7 days (range, 3 to 20)

Monkeypox virus DNA Detected in 29 of the 32 (in whom seminal fluid was analyzed)

Management Antiviral treatment given to 5% of cases 70 (13%) were hospitalized Mostly for pain management severe anorectal pain (21) soft-tissue superinfection (18) pharyngitis limiting oral intake (5) eye lesions (2) acute kidney injury (2) myocarditis (2) infection-control purposes (13) No deaths were reported CONCLUSIONS

Monkeypox manifested with a variety of dermatologic and systemic clinical findings. Need for rapid identification and diagnosis of cases to contain further community spread.
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Here we go again.






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(08-02-2022, 02:48 PM)NightskyeB4Dawn Wrote: I found this very interesting.

I like the way the Dr. Campbell tries to stay in the boundaries of just providing the facts. Unfortunately, the information he shares does not always help with combating the BS that spreads around the internet, or the deceptions being presented by the media, because people have become too dependent on being told what something means, what they should think, and how they should act.

He is very cautious. He works very hard not to offend the wrong people, and to avoid being banned. Just one more thing that shows that he is pretty smart.



Quote:Monkeypox, sexual spread confirmed
Jul 27, 2022

Monkeypox virus, seldom reported outside African until now, https://www.nejm.org/doi/full/10.1056...

I agree with you, Doctor Campbell knows he is restrained by YouTube's monitoring and cannot say what he believes
through analysing the data. I did a piece in Mr Spock's 'Important PSA' thread, where some more information shows
how the virus is being gate-kept.  (Link)

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