Frequency Foundation has reported on this previously and developed frequencies for XXDR TB. These were distributed to Frequency Foundation subscribers some months ago.
From a frequency point of view this is just another bacteria associated with a set of parasites and viruses that enable it to flourish. However, from a public health point of view it can be a disaster as conventional medicine has no good solution.
Iâm dying, he told himself, âbecause when you cough blood, itâs something really bad.â
It was really bad, and not just for him.
Doctors say Juarezâs incessant hack was a sign of what they have both dreaded and expected for years â" this countryâs first case of a contagious, aggressive, especially drug-resistant form of tuberculosis. The Associated Press learned of his case, which until now has not been made public, as part of a six-month look at the soaring global challenge of drug resistance.
Juarezâs strain â" so-called extremely drug-resistant (XXDR) TB â" has never before been seen in the U.S., according to Dr. David Ashkin, one of the nationâs leading experts on tuberculosis. XXDR tuberculosis is so rare that only a handful of other people in the world are thought to have had it.
âHe is really the future,â Ashkin said. âThis is the new class that people are not really talking too much about. These are the ones we really fear because Iâm not sure how we treat them.â
Forty years ago, the world thought it had conquered TB and any number of other diseases through the new wonder drugs: Antibiotics. U.S. Surgeon General William H. Stewart announced it was âtime to close the book on infectious diseases and declare the war against pestilence won.â
Today, all the leading killer infectious diseases on the planet â" TB, malaria and HIV among them â" are mutating at an alarming rate, hitchhiking their way in and out of countries. The reason: Overuse and misuse of the very drugs that wer e supposed to save us.