Editor’s Note: Wow. And it only cost American taxpayers $1.4 billion dollars. But hey, at least all the fearmongering over Ebola was enough to completely erase anyone talking about the CDC whistleblower and the links between the MMR vaccine and autism this corrupt agency tried to cover up.
A must-read roundup by Norimitsu Onishi in the New York Times on the impact of the American Ebola response included a fact that perfectly sums up the wrongness of our approach to global health:
“Only 28 Ebola patients have been treated at the 11 treatment units built by the United States military, American officials now say. Nine centers have never had a single Ebola patient.”
So: the United States built 11 treatment units in Liberia, drawing from the $1.4 billion allotted for the Ebola mission. Eighty percent of those units have never seen a single Ebola patient.
(Read more at Vox)
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