Woodruff wrote: Phatscotty wrote: saxitoxin wrote: Symmetry wrote: saxitoxin wrote:
Symmetry wrote:Seems like vaccination is the way forward.
yes, in the developing world and in countries with high rates of infection
What worries you about vaccinating against TB? You've never struck me as one of the anti-vaccination crowd before. If it's a problem in the US as big as the countries you identify as being in the developing world, correctly or incorrectly, and you support vaccination in those countries, I'm at a bit of a loss to understand your issue.
Medical consensus is that routine vaccination should not occur in the absence of risk. The rate of TB infection in the UK is nearly 400% that of the U.S. and the Netherlands.
- There is a reason to vaccinate in the UK. There is not a reason to vaccinate in the U.S. and the Netherlands; ergo, they don't.
- There is a reason for Guatemalans to receive the malaria vaccine. There is not a reason for Welshmen to receive the malaria vaccine; ergo, they don't.
Let me know if you have any additional questions or are seeking further learning opportunities!
Don't forget now, this thread is not really so much about TB, as it is about the state of Florida, the governor of Florida, and the funds the Governor cut in Florida. Gotta keep an eye on Woody.
No it isn't, you sniveling coward. Not only does the article NOT talk about the Governor of Florida at all, it doesn't talk about the cuts being the responsibility of the Governor of Florida
. And I certainly didn't lay any blame on the Governor of Florida. Perhaps it would do you some good to review the original post.
You might want to double check your own article genius
I'm not surprised that you are busted for not reading your own topic matter. It truly is kryptonite to you. I guess all the derailing you do has become a severely bad habit for you.
And Woodruff, if anyone, ANYONE, lays claim to the word sniveling, it's all you man. Hands down! It's the perfect adjective to describe you.
Actually, your article does talk about the governor of Florida, and it even talks about the cuts being the responsibility of the Governor of Florida (in the same f'n sentence no doubt!). Here is an excerpt right from the first god damn paragraph!
That report had been penned on April 5, exactly nine days after Florida Gov. Rick Scott signed the bill that shrank the Department of Health and required the closure of the A.G. Holley State Hospital in Lantana, where tough tuberculosis cases have been treated for more than 60 years.
oh, what do you know, the article is talking about the governor of Florida again!
The governor’s office asked a reporter to foward a copy of the CDC letter on Saturday, but did not comment by press time.
I'm gonna have to pull your snivel card, and upgrade you to the fuking twilight zone man!