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50% people who acquire this bacteria will die





Cavuto kept interrupting.
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Agreed Erin, I thought the first questions should have been; How many have caught it, how many have it currently and how many have died from it. Instead he rudely interrupts her and she barely finishes a sentence, but she also says very little. I did a Google search and found an article that said in the last 9 months there have been 221 cases in 27 states of this very bad bacteria that medicine doesn't kill. Here is info from a good article In recent years, antibiotic resistance has risen to dangerous levels and has become a growing public health crisis. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, at least 2 million Americans become infected with germs resistant to antibiotics each year and more than 23,000 die from these infections. Now, a new government study finds more grim news. Researchers report that nationwide testing uncovered 221 instances of unusual resistance in the so-called "nightmare bacteria" — the dangerous germ carbapenem-resistant Enterobacteriaceae (CRE), which can kill if it gets into the bloodstream, urinary tract or lungs. Infections of this kind are "virtually untreatable with modern medicine," CDC Principal Deputy Director Dr. Anne Schuchat said in a press briefing Tuesday. CBS News chief medical correspondent Dr. Jon LaPook reports that the death rate can be as high as 50 percent. "For the first time in 2017 there was a nationwide survey and they found that infections from these kinds of bacteria were more common than expected," LaPook said. Preventing these bugs from spreading is essential to controlling the antibiotic resistance crisis, the CDC says. For the study, researchers tested more than 5,700 samples from across the country over the course of nine months. The researchers found 221 cases of unusual resistance in "nightmare bacteria" in 27 states. The CDC defines "unusual resistance" as germs that cannot be killed by all or most antibiotics, are currently uncommon in the U.S., or have specific genes that allow them to spread their resistance to other germs.
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Tim7of7

No kidding shut up Neil and let her talk, she couldn't even finish a sentence. What is the 27 states, that might be useful.

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J Junior

Because she's thick af;)

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John Arizona

Friend, much worse than this is on our doorstep. The doctors have been given trust unearned for millennia. There's only one way to get through it all: Matthew 10:28 Do not be afraid of those who kill the body but cannot kill the soul. Rather, be afraid of the One who can destroy both soul and body in hell.

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Thomas Pick

I agree with you completely.



Erin Stratman This interviewee and interviewer must be kidding! This level of emergency given so casually????

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WHAT WAS THAT???



seems like they make it all about fox I cant watch it

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Erin Stratman ... She wasn't answering the questions and explaining exactly what it is.......until later in the conversation.......ask a question answer the question.......don't go off on other things❗️

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Sunnysideup ... Those are the important questions fruitcake⁉️



Ultrasound of thyroid



The CDC is your best source..... Also see, Agenda 21

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Omega Man Lol. Troll. Retard. Racist.



888strummer Add the new variants of Clostridium Difficile, and disaster will sweep.



The reason you don't allow immigrants in without being checked. Too many disease's.

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angela manning You don't know anything about diseases. Sad. Bigly. And DO check your spelling. There is a yuuuuge difference between plural and declination.

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ITS CALLED CRE We have been battling it in the hospitals now for over a year. The patients with this infection are under strict isolation and we are using Colistin (an antibiotic of last defense) to treat it. The organism is unique in that when it enters the body it seeks other organisms that exist rountinely in the gut and it will arm those organisms by passing on its own resistance.. making those infections like klebsiella, ecoli, and others as hard to treat as itself.

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ITS CALLED CRE Carbapenem-resistant Enterobacteriaceae We have been battling it in the hospitals now for over a year. The patients with this infection are under strict isolation and we are using Colistin (an antibiotic of last defense) to treat it. The organism is unique in that when it enters the body it seeks other organisms that exist rountinely in the gut and it will arm those organisms by passing on its own resistance.. making those infections like klebsiella, ecoli, and others as hard to treat as itself.



The bacteria is Enterobacter and it has been hard to treat for awhile. There’s at least 20 different species of enterobacter but not all are pathogenic. The species that are pathogenic tend to affect those that are immunocompromised including people who have been in the hospital or other medical facility for an extended period of time. I’m an RN and we would see cases back in the late 90’s (when I first started practicing). Back then it was becoming resistant to vancomycin and the term used for it then was VRE. Vancomycin was considered the super antibiotic. Super bacteria are not new. There’s been MRSA, MRSE, VRE and so on. One way to prevent a pathogen from becoming resistant to antibiotics is stop prescribing antibiotics for every little cold symptom. Here’s a link showing the existence of this exact pathogen from 2005 http://aac.asm.org/content/49/4/1354.full



cwnash71 Well I’m an RN as well and just to let you know that CRE according to CDC Very dangerous and all of our patients and 36 facilities long-term and postacute are in isolation indefinitely Per CDC. This Organism is different from the other organisms you mention in that it ability to cause the other organisms to become as resistant Meaning it transfers its resistance to the other gut bugs. We have been dealing with VRE MRSA And others for quite some time they don’t spread their resistance but CRE does which makes it very dangerous.



Erin Stratman common sense says its from the ILLEGALLS !!!



thats ok she looks great :)



totallyjonesin Thank You!!!



Erin Stratman , sounded like he asked the questions you posted and she answered. Maybe your pre-determined unwillingness to listen got in your way....



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