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Questions Raised By the "New" Coronavirus: Too Many "Experts" ̶ Too Little Thought

Dr. Lawrence Broxmeyer, MD


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    <subfield code="a">&lt;p&gt;History has a tendency to repeat itself, and pandemics/epidemics are no exception. Case in point, the common ground between the present &amp;ldquo;novel&amp;rdquo; 2019 coronavirus (AKA COVID-19), the SARS (Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome) and MERS (Middle East respiratory syndrome) outbreaks before that, and the Great Pandemic of 1918, long ago.&amp;nbsp; The present COVID-19, did not occur in a vacuum. By December of 2018, Liu et al., proclaimed tuberculosis to be an epidemic throughout China, an epidemic which still rages on. China harbors the second largest burden of tuberculosis in the world ̶ a disease which often begins with flu-like symptoms, and a disease whose bacilli are laden with RNA bacterial viruses called mycobacteriophages. Quietly, by 2016, the World Health Organization acknowledged that despite advances, the TB bacillus, which Koch was forced to refer to as &amp;ldquo;the TB virus&amp;rdquo;, is once again the deadliest pathogen in the world. Here we compare all 4 pandemics/epidemics with some surprising results and similarities.&lt;/p&gt;</subfield>
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