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PostTue Sep 08, 2009 1:35 am » by Highbridge


I see him DrJ! Looks like he has a fro, is holding a mic in one hand, and is giving you the finger with the other! :banana:

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PostTue Sep 08, 2009 4:33 pm » by Drjones


highbridge wrote:I see him DrJ! Looks like he has a fro, is holding a mic in one hand, and is giving you the finger with the other! :banana:


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PostWed Oct 07, 2009 8:27 pm » by Sheeple


http://www.canada.com/story_print.html?id=1782385&sponsor=hp
Catholic Church investigates inexplicable healing of dying man
By Gerry Bellett, Vancouver Sun, July 11, 2009

VANCOUVER -- Rev. John Horgan knew a dying man when he saw one. Years of working as a chaplain in Vancouver General and St. Paul's hospitals had seen to that.

So when he saw Peter Andersen in Vancouver General's intensive care unit on the afternoon of July 3, 2008, he didn't need anyone to tell him that Andersen's situation was grave. His blood stream was teeming with the bacteria from two flesh-eating diseases: myositis, which attacks the muscles, and necrotizing fasciitis, which invades the flesh beneath the skin.

Andersen, on life support, was bloated beyond recognition from septic shock. Whole muscle groups of dead tissue had been stripped away by surgeons from his right leg. His blood pressure was so low it was in the range that indicates imminent death, and his kidneys and other organs had failed.

He appeared to be within hours of dying.

But what happened next is going to lead to a formal investigation by the Catholic Church to determine if the spiritual intervention of an Irish-French monk, Columba Marmion who died in 1923, was responsible for a medical miracle.

Because Andersen didn't die. He made a recovery that at first sight seems to defy medicine and logic.

The canonical investigation of Andersen's healing could lead to the canonization of the monk as a saint.

On June 30 last year, Andersen suddenly developed a high fever and complained of a pain in his leg. The next day, the pain became unbearable.

"I remember them putting me in the ambulance, but after that I lost consciousness for two weeks," Andersen said, describing it as an awful darkness.

Until he developed what appeared to be the flu, Peter was a healthy, strapping individual, Charlene said.

"The surgeons removed bagfuls of dead tissue and muscle and he'd had two skin grafts. Then he contracted severe septic shock syndrome, which caused his body to bloat like a balloon. I asked them, 'Can you save him?' and one surgeon said, 'We are trying, but no, he's not going to make it.' I pleaded with them to take his leg off but they said it was too late for that."

Charlene sent for Horgan, the couple's parish priest, who had introduced them to books written by Marmion, who was given the title "Blessed" based on a miraculous cure attributed to prayers for his intercession.

Horgan arrived carrying with him a relic of Marmion - a fragment of his monk's habit.

The priest was gowned and masked and led into intensive care unit. While praying that God would spare his friend's life, he took the relic and placed it on Andersen's head, heart and on the dressing covering his diseased leg.

"I asked Blessed Marmion to intercede with the Lord and bring healing," said Horgan.

At mass the next day he asked the congregation to pray for a miracle for Andersen, "as this was his only hope."

Charlene didn't believe her husband would survive: "I knew he was going to die and I didn't believe a miracle was going to happen, my faith wasn't strong enough. The charge nurse told me he was at the point of death."

But Peter didn't die that Thursday, or the Friday.

On Saturday, five days after he fell ill, a nurse rushed up to Charlene.

"He was really excited. He said, 'The blood culture's come back and it's negative. I'm taking him off life support.' He pulled the tube out of his mouth and Peter said to me, 'Can you give me a hug?' "

One of his surgeons told Charlene her husband's recovery was a miracle, another said he was very lucky.

He would be in hospital for the next four months. Doctors told her he would never walk again or drive a car, and a psychiatrist told her he would likely be brain-damaged - none of which happened. He has returned to work as the pastoral care director of Columbus Residence, a care facility for the elderly in south Vancouver.

News of his inexplicable recovery eventually spread to Marmion's former abbey in Belgium and to an Irish priest, Rev. Mark Tierney of County Limerick, who is promoting Marmion's cause for sainthood.

Blessed Marmion was born in Dublin in 1858 and was a diocesan priest until he entered Maredsous Abbey in Belgium, where he became abbot in 1909. He wrote a number of books, including Christ, the Life of the Soul, that are considered spiritual classics. A Benedictine abbey in Illinois is named after him.

Both the Maredsous Abbey and Tierney have asked the archdiocese to launch a formal investigation into the healing and Tierney has already travelled to Vancouver and met the Andersens.

Horgan, an expert on the church's process for canonization, said the inquiry will gather all the medical documentation and seek to interview physicians involved in the treatment. It will take statements from himself and the Andersens.

"It's a rigorous process and the word miracle isn't used. What will be investigated is whether the healing was of such an extraordinary nature as to be medically inexplicable - in other words, something that science can't account for," Horgan said.

If the local investigation is satisfied that is the case, all the material will be sent to Rome to the Vatican's Congregation For the Causes of Saints, the department that investigates candidates for sainthood.

The dossier will be given to a medical consultation team of nine physicians to review, and if they determine the healing to be inexplicable it then passes to a committee of theologians to see if a connection can be drawn between the medical outcome and Marmion, said Horgan. "If they believe that is the case, it then becomes reviewed by a committee of bishops and if it passes them it is bumped up to the Pope. He's the only one who can say it's a miracle," Horgan said.

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PostWed Oct 07, 2009 8:37 pm » by -Marduk-


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PostWed Oct 07, 2009 10:15 pm » by Savwafair2012


Major Discovery Opens Door To Leishmania Treatment AKA Flesh Eater
ScienceDaily (Oct. 7, 2009) — Leishmania is a deadly parasitic disease that affects over 12 million people worldwide, with more than 2 million new cases reported every year. Until recently, scientists were unsure exactly how the parasite survives inside human cells.

That mystery has now been solved, according to a new study published in Science Signaling by a team led by Dr. Martin Olivier – a scientist at the Research Institute of the McGill University Health Centre (RI-MUHC) and McGill University. It is hoped the new study will lead to the development of the first prophylactic treatment for leishmania.

Leishmania is typically a sub-tropical and tropical infectious disease transmitted through the bite of female phlebotomine sandflies. The parasites enter the bloodstream and are ingested by macrophage – white blood cells – where they block immune function and multiply, spreading to other tissues in the body. Leishmania can occur in cutaneous forms, which are generally curable, as well as in a more dangerous – and potentially fatal – visceral form.

The researchers discovered that a metalloprotease – a molecule called GP63 – found on the surface of the parasite, plays a role in neutralizing the macrophage's defences. "Our results demonstrate the mechanism through which the GP63 protease alters the function of the macrophages by activating its own negative regulatory mechanisms," says Dr. Olivier. "The infected cells act 'frozen', which hinders the body's innate inflammatory immune response and leads to infection."

The work is significant in that it is the first study that explains how the leishmania parasite blocks the immune function of macrophages. "Our research indicates that the GP63 protease is the target of choice for innovative future treatments, in terms of prevention," says Dr. Olivier.

The GP63 protease directly activates other key molecules that negatively regulate the function of the host cell. "Better control over the activation of these host molecules could be one promising approach to treating leishmania as well as other infectious diseases that use similar infection strategies," he added.

This study was funded by a grant from the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) and was co-authored by Dr. Maria Adelaina Gomez, Dr. Irazu Contreras, Dr. Martin Olivier, Centre for the Study of Host Resistance at the RI-MUHC and Department of Microbiology and Immunology, McGill University's Faculty of Medicine, Dr. Maxime Hallé, Dr. Michel L.Tremblay, Department of Biochemistry, McGill University, Dr. Robert W. McMaster, Department of Medical Genetics, University of British Columbia, Vancouver Hospital.

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PostMon Jun 07, 2010 7:12 am » by Slowlyawakening


drjones wrote:Hey when you really look at that image i can see a fat guy signing in it?...anyone else see this? :lol:

Yea, he looks like he's singing and giving the international sign for "fuck you!"

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PostMon Jun 07, 2010 7:49 am » by brothernumbty


nickelson wrote:
drjones wrote:This virus has been going about for ages,this flesh eating bug.I don't see how this event changes anything.Scary stuff this thing though. :o


Apparently its the first time it pops up in Britain, so I think it changes the "event" big time.

The 54 year old man who died on this virus sure was an unlucky bastard.
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realorfake wrote:this is the bacteria that scares me, the bacteria that I believe is being tampered with by governments to induce world wide pandemics...


this has been here 10 +years,but its not a commen problem,a guy i knew- went to hospital with a bad ankle ,torn muscle,and after surgery?a week maybe,flesh eating bug super hospital fungus ,yeah well he lost the whole ankle and shin./....hung over :cheers:
its a super disease and kill billions in 2 days if done correctly...


Lets hope the virus will not mutate to spread itself by the Air......

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PostMon Jun 07, 2010 7:58 am » by brothernumbty


savwafair2012 wrote:Major Discovery Opens Door To Leishmania Treatment AKA Flesh Eater
ScienceDaily (Oct. 7, 2009) — Leishmania is a deadly parasitic disease that affects over 12 million people worldwide, with more than 2 million new cases reported every year. Until recently, scientists were unsure exactly how the parasite survives inside human cells.

That mystery has now been solved, according to a new study published in Science Signaling by a team led by Dr. Martin Olivier – a scientist at the Research Institute of the McGill University Health Centre (RI-MUHC) and McGill University. It is hoped the new study will lead to the development of the first prophylactic treatment for leishmania.

Leishmania is typically a sub-tropical and tropical infectious disease transmitted through the bite of female phlebotomine sandflies. The parasites enter the bloodstream and are ingested by macrophage – white blood cells – where they block immune function and multiply, spreading to other tissues in the body. Leishmania can occur in cutaneous forms, which are generally curable, as well as in a more dangerous – and potentially fatal – visceral form.
The researchers discovered that a metalloprotease – a molecule called GP63 – found on the surface of the parasite, plays a role in neutralizing the macrophage's defences. "Our results demonstrate the mechanism through which the GP63 protease alters the function of the macrophages by activating its own negative regulatory mechanisms," says Dr. Olivier. "The infected cells act 'frozen', which hinders the body's innate inflammatory immune response and leads to infection."

The work is significant in that it is the first study that explains how the leishmania parasite blocks the immune function of macrophages. "Our research indicates that the GP63 protease is the target of choice for innovative future treatments, in terms of prevention," says Dr. Olivier.

The GP63 protease directly activates other key molecules that negatively regulate the function of the host cell. "Better control over the activation of these host molecules could be one promising approach to treating leishmania as well as other infectious diseases that use similar infection strategies," he added.

This study was funded by a grant from the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) and was co-authored by Dr. Maria Adelaina Gomez, Dr. Irazu Contreras, Dr. Martin Olivier, Centre for the Study of Host Resistance at the RI-MUHC and Department of Microbiology and Immunology, McGill University's Faculty of Medicine, Dr. Maxime Hallé, Dr. Michel L.Tremblay, Department of Biochemistry, McGill University, Dr. Robert W. McMaster, Department of Medical Genetics, University of British Columbia, Vancouver Hospital.

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PostMon Jun 07, 2010 8:08 am » by Mep630


least it works fast...

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So if you do get it, least you wont suffer long...

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