Mohammed Siam, 14 years, from Gaza lost his leg in an Israeli bombardment during the latest aggression on Gaza last July.
After he lost 12 members of his family, and both of his legs, Mohammad was moved to Jerusalem to receive treatment there.
Later he was moved to Turkey where he obtained artificial legs and finally improved his health.
On Tuesday, Mohammed needed a respiratory tract and lung operation, where he was announced dead.
via Palestinian child today died of his wounds from July Israeli offensive on Gaza.
They create nonprofits, staffed with die-hard ideologues, and set about producing and promoting bogus science, to build the illusion of dissent or doubt over conclusions drawn by peer-reviewed scientific or medical research. They develop their own “research findings” to suit their ideological views. Then they deploy scare tactics, all with the goal of passing laws that suit their agenda.
Abortion opponents, say Resnick and Coutts, have created “what might best be called the ‘False Witness’ industry,” a group of so-called experts willing to testify to unproven, anti-scientific claims about abortion.
via Meet the Lying Liars Responsible for Chipping Away at Roe v. Wade | Dame Magazine.
Organic-Vaccines, a company specializing in using biotechnology to utilize a patient’s own cells for treatments, recently applied to the World Health Organization (WHO) for compassionate use of the company’s MERS-CoV (Middle-East Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus) vaccine.
The first confirmed cases of MERS-CoV occurred in Saudi Arabia in 2012. Since then, 804 cases have been reported in the country with 43 percent of patients dying as of Thursday. Worldwide, WHO has reported 887 cases of MERS-CoV as of Oct. 16.
Organic-Vaccines is preparing its vaccine in order to respond rapidly to future MERS-CoV cases. Early preparation is key to protecting health professionals, first responders and citizens, as well as preventing worldwide pandemics.
via Organic-Vaccines seeks “compassionate use” of its MERS-CoV vaccine | Vaccine News Daily.