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Subject:

[pa-l] SARS-Chlamydia [April 4, 2003]

From:

Phil Rogers <[log in to unmask]>

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Acupuncture research in the UK and beyond.

Date:

Sun, 6 Apr 2003 19:27:07 +0100

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Hi All,

See this, cross-posted from the ChineseHerbAcademy List.

Phil

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>...

"rey tiquia" <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

Today's on-line issue of the Hongkong Chinese language daily Sing
Tao reported an interview with the head of the Chinese mainland
Centre for Disease Prevention and Control Mr. Hong Tao , which
revealed the results of forensic investigations on 5 bodies of people
who have suffered and eventually died from aytpical pneumonia fei
dian xing fei yan .

Mr. Hong Tao revealed that the microorganism chlamydia had been
isolated from the lungs, liver, spleen and kidneys of the five
cadavers . The forensic investigation involved organ anatomical
dissection and the use of the electronmicroscope. This led Mr.
Hong Tao to conclude that aside from the corona virus chlamydia is
also involved. The report did not indicate when and specifically
where the forensic investigations were conducted.

Due to the fact that chlamydia contains RNA and DNA ,
classification of the microorganism is still vague. Some experts
consider it to be a bacteria. The genus chlamydia divides into two
strains- Chlamydia psittaci and chlamydia trachomatis. The first
strain is implicated as the cause of a type of atypical pneumonia
named psittacosis or parrot fever. Rey Tiquia Phd Candidate Dept.
of History and Philosophy of Science University of Melbourne Tel:
(03) 94991362

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>.
Best regards,
Phil Rogers MRCVS

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