Community Disease Awareness And Preparedness Team


Community Disease Awareness And Preparedness Team

C.D.A.P.T. is based on members teaching and learning how to be aware and prepared in case of a medical emergency. The member will have the tools to provide order in case of an emergency.

Location: Fredericksburg Va
Members: 8
Latest Activity: Apr 8, 2015

The purpose of this class is to provide knowledge and wisdom of medical events to allow for awareness and preparedness. Members research their concerns and share their findings, as well as members share their thoughts, insights and questions to build a source of information and resources for its members to use. Members who have claim Dr. status will be screened by for credentials. Please include as much supporting evidence for any theories, advice, or claims.  

Confidentiality will be practiced where needed.

Food for Thought

Brooklyn Woman On Ebola Monitoring List Drops Dead Bleeding From "Face, Mouth, Nose"

Started by General Nov 19, 2014. 0 Replies

Just a week after Dr. Craig Spencer was declared 'Ebola-free', The Daily Mail reports a woman, who had arrived from Guinea 18 days ago (and was on the NYC Ebola monitoring list), dropped dead in a…Continue

Another Dr. Test Positive for Ebola

Started by General Nov 2, 2014. 0 Replies

Government Chief Medical Officer Dr. Brima Kargbo confirmed on Sunday that a fifth doctor in Sierra Leone had tested positive. The other four all have died from the virus that has killed nearly 5,000…Continue

Possible Ebola Case in N.C

Started by General Nov 2, 2014. 0 Replies

As of Sunday evening, November 2, a patient has been admitted to Duke University Hospital for further evaluation and testing for potential Ebola virus infection. We expect to know the results of this…Continue

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Comment by The Missus on November 8, 2014 at 1:20pm
You make some great points and I agree with a lot of what you said. The concern that I would raise is that the sheer number of cases creates the potential for a significant mutation to occur before this outbreak is contained. One report suggested that the virus mutates slightly every time a new person is infected. Multiply that by the 10s of thousands of people they are predicting to become infected and the odds of a potentially game changing mutation occurring go up dramatically.

Comment by Chapman Hester on November 8, 2014 at 5:37am

The uproar about the virus "Ebola" is an overreaction from the media and citizens of this country. The chances of a nationwide epidemic are not very high. Our medical response is greater than any other country in the world, and the ways of transmission are not like the flu, and even then does everyone catch the flu? Airborne pathogens work to rapidly transmit through the air by means of a cough, sneeze, then from that point they get on your hands which then gets transferred to everything known to man. Ebola on the other hand cannot survive outside of a host in the same way, it dies. It needs to have body contact with fluidic exchange currently to be transferred. Now what I would be worrying about is how easy it might be for a terrorist or other organization to manipulate the virus and create a bioweapon out of it. The virus itself is not the concern, more so the fact that humans have the ability to create bioweapons and cause mass casualties through minute changes in the structure of the virus. The only thing right now that makes this virus highly unique of its kind, is its ability to connect to cells in different ways, as though it has multiple keys to the human body and animals. It has already shown its ability to mutate, due to the fact that it has already jumped the species barrier into humans to begin with. Future strains of the virus may be much more dangerous then this one. It is my opinion that this outbreak is not the one to freak about, but future ones may very well have some adaptations we are not yet prepared for. The thing is; however, that we as humans also have a way to predict future mutations and prepare for them ahead of time, that is why clinical research into virus' and bacteria are so important, not only because they provide the ability for immunizations and treatments, but also because they provide us an ability to see what the future may hold and attempt to get a head start on creating defenses against future mutations.

Comment by General on November 3, 2014 at 10:48pm

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Comment by General on October 20, 2014 at 9:50pm

This class is for those who understand that the medical system has become profit driven. It is for those who understand that a human life has a price tag, and to big business, it is low. It is better that companies make money than protect citizens. If a person recognizes these simple facts, then it falls upon them to become knowledgeable about their own health needs, and take matters into their own hands in a wise and prepared way.



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