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Tuesday, June 4, 2013

State employees help hide tuberculosis outbreak from obama illegal aliens



Updated June 3,2013 8:11 PM

The Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) now says that 57 individuals have tested positive for exposure tuberculosis (TB) at Ninety Six Primary School in Greenwood County District 52. In a news release DHEC reported that 463 tests were given and those testing positive were instructed to have a chest x-ray. DHEC medical staff will review the x-rays and provide medication if deemed necessary.

Health officials stress that a positive TB skin test does not mean that the person has the TB disease and that a positive result only means that a person has been infected with the germ that causes the disease. DHEC says approximately 5 to 10 percent of individuals infected with the germ ever develop the disease.

(The obama culture of corruption extends into state governments. When it comes to "diversity" it is not only politically incorrect to expose the TB disease of illegal aliens it is also considered maybe "racist". This is why 156 were fired by the state of sc for covering up the disease of people who refuse to be tested.

Obama's regime is importing disease. Its a fact.)
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Symptoms of TB

Although your body may harbor the bacteria that cause tuberculosis, your immune system usually can prevent you from becoming sick. For this reason, doctors make a distinction between:

Latent TB. In this condition, you have a TB infection, but the bacteria remain in your body in an inactive state and cause no symptoms. Latent TB, also called inactive TB or TB infection, isn't contagious. However, it can turn into active TB, so treatment is important for the person with latent TB and to help control the spread of TB in general. An estimated one-third of the world's population has latent TB.
Active TB. This condition makes you sick and can spread to others. It can occur in the first few weeks after infection with the TB bacteria, or it might occur years later.

Signs and symptoms of active TB include:

Unintentional weight loss
Night sweats
Loss of appetite

What organs are affected?

Tuberculosis usually attacks your lungs. Signs and symptoms of TB of the lungs include:

Coughing that lasts three or more weeks
Coughing up blood or sputum
Chest pain, or pain with breathing or coughing

Tuberculosis can also affect other parts of your body, including your kidneys, spine or brain. When TB occurs outside your lungs, signs and symptoms vary according to the organs involved. For example, tuberculosis of the spine may give you back pain, and tuberculosis in your kidneys might cause blood in your urine.

When to see a doctor

See your doctor if you have a fever, unexplained weight loss, drenching night sweats or a persistent cough. These are often signs of TB, but they can also result from other medical problems. Your doctor can perform tests to help determine the cause.


(Also note if you are in wal mart and a "person of interest", ie an alien who can't speak english etc, is coughing his or her head off you might want to get out of the area and hope you have not been exposed to TB!) Story Reports

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