Legacy of Lies, Death, and Payola
This may well be your last chance, as a Parent, to be what your Child needs most, and that is a Good Parent that Loves, Protects, and Nurtures Their Child. This can only be accomplished if you and your Child can effectively communicate.
Can you spell “abstinence”….
The average cost of an AIDS test is about $65.00. While researching this, I noted more than one reference which stated that as many as three (3) tests were needed to confirm an absolute finding of Positive for HIV/AIDS.
There is a very good reason for me including this information:
- Before ending his time in office, President Obama made it legal for a homosexual male to give blood. On top of the time to test this blood given, you have a basic cost of one test, now you multiply time and cost times three (3).
Before I continue, I want you to know that Our Family will not accept blood from any source other than a group of close Friends or Family, with the exception of in the event of extreme emergency.
Our Country is inundated by an epidemic of STDs: HIV/AIDS, Syphilis, Gonorrhea, and Chlamydia, that, in truth is already a Pandemic. The CDC, medical community, and Our Own Government are attempting to force-feed us, WE THE PEOPLE, tainted, watered down statistics, that only a Child might believe. One only has to read the “Call To Action” on syphilis to see through the DECEPTION. However, this latest Call To Action on Gonorrhea will remove any doubt as to the severity of what “SOMEONE” is attempting to do to WE THE PEOPLE and Our Great Country, and I say this because after you read these, you will see, as I do, that this latest is more near a SCREAM AND RUN FOR COVER ATTITUDE.
I pray that Our Mighty, Loving, GOD protect us all.
Thursday, May 4, 2017
CDC Releases ‘Call to Action’ to Reduce Syphilis
CENTERS FOR DISEASE CONTROL AND
National Center for HIV/AIDS, Viral Hepatitus, STD, and TB Prevention
Division of STD Prevention
June 6, 2017
Dear Partners in Prevention,
Concerning developments reported last year suggest that gonorrhea may be beginning to outsmart our last recommended treatment. Keeping an eye on antibiotic resistance has never been more important. CDC has developed these new tools to assist in your efforts to make sure your communities are aware of the emerging threat of drug-resistant gonorrhea and to help them better understand the issue:
- A NEW video animation was developed to help raise awareness about drug-resistant gonorrhea. It illustrates gonorrhea’s history of overpowering almost every drug ever used to treat it, the current battles we face as the bacterium evolve, and the dangers of this common infection becoming untreatable. Please share with your memberships and those who seek to educate community leaders and others about this topic.
- The 2015 Gonococcal Isolate Surveillance Project (GISP) Profiles are also now available. In addition to the national antimicrobial susceptibility results included in the 2015 STD Surveillance Report, the GISP Profiles provide a one-stop resource to assure you have the most up-to-date national and local CDC antimicrobial susceptibility data. For more than 30 years, these data have helped those of us in public health ensure gonorrhea is successfully treated with the right drugs.
Thank you for your continued commitment to prevention and your efforts to keep drug-resistant gonorrhea a top public health priority.
Gail Bolan, M.D. Director,
Division of STD Prevention
National Center for HIV/AIDS, Viral Hepatitis, STD, and TB Prevention U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention