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Omowale Jabali

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They will make sure the disease progresses like AIDS and ebola did. Also make sure a pharmecutial company is online with a new drug.

So sad the motherland is the euroPEONs test tube.
As I am sure you are aware, nothing happens by accident. I find it no odd coincidence that this is happening in Southern Sudan (newly "independent") and Uganda where the US military has deployed troops to fight the LRA. I doubt if the US troops are immune to infection.
 

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As I am sure you are aware, nothing happens by accident. I find it no odd coincidence that this is happening in Southern Sudan (newly "independent") and Uganda where the US military has deployed troops to fight the LRA. I doubt if the US troops are immune to infection.

Three years after the first studies in to Nodding Syndrome were conducted, health experts have failed to come up with its underlying cause. The mysterious disease continues to affect children in northern Uganda, an area still recovering from war between the government and the rebel Lord's Resistance Army.
Researchers from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta, USA, are in Uganda to investigate the cause and establish the most effective way to treat and manage the sickness.
About 3,000 children have been affected by the disease in the districts of Kitgum, Lamwo and Pader in northern Uganda and 93 per cent of the affected children are between five and 15 years of age.
The director, Division of Global disease detection and emergency response at CDC, Dr Scott Dowell, says the cause and cure of the disease are still not known.

http://allafrica.com/stories/201202171058.html
 

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I doubt if the US troops are immune to infection.
That's what the CDC will get an eye on. Amazing,they do this right in our face it's called Centers for Disease Control for a reason.

As I am sure you are aware, nothing happens by accident
You got that right.
 

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People have been acquiring diseases since the beginning of time...I need more evidence
I am sure US troops aren't eating or drinking the same thing as these kids and they probably aren't susceptible to the same diseases...so I am not shocked they don't have it.
Like what's the point in creating/spreading a disease that's not worse than aids or doesn't spread faster than ebola?
This "mystery" disease isn't even contagious...Really?
 

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