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Saturday, February 09, 2019

UK Students Allegedly Being Paid To Be Infected With Tropical Diiseases ....

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Well,how else will they find the cure if they don't study how the illnesses destroy the human cells right?..I was pregnant and had Malaria years back and they had to quickly perform CS because they didn't know how to treat Malaria in Germany .....I was shocked and horrified!

It is what it is...............Well,at least they are paying!

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  1. Chai, why didn’t they do this while I was still a student?

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    1. Can they pls extend the pay to us,even staggggggsbxhhxywwdbxhxxgdbjj. We ready to collect d injection

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  2. Kai! I for pick malaria/typhoid.

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  3. Yeah, this is real!
    Last year, some people that were used as specimen to test some new type of drugs died during the experiment.

    Stella, what happened to you also happened to my friend. She traveled to Nigeria while she was pregnant without taking the shot, (you can't have the shot when pregnant) I remembered the airport officials in France telling her they won't allow her transit through their airport; she thought they were being racist but, after all the struggles they finally allowed her continue with her journey.
    She came back with serious malaria, these people had to lock her in one room and she was being treated like she had an epidemic disease.

    God came through for her through the medical officials and she and her baby were safe and saved after spending almost two months at the hospital.

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    1. Exactly, normal process

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    2. Anyone travelling from Nigeria ahould carry antimalarial packs.
      It saves u lots of stress
      @anonymous donor

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    3. It is barrier nursing. It is normal procedure.
      This isolation nursing is carried out by placing the patient in a single room or side room.
      Barrier nursing, this occurs when a patient is kept in a bay and extra precautions are implemented to prevent spread of the infection.

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  4. They should come and try it in Nigeria and see massive rush.

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  5. I choose 3 malaria and 1 typhoid 不不不不不不不
    OMG!! Stella, they performed CS on you because of malaria, malaria that have been rushing us since childhood!

    Someone said, if ordinary malaria is 3000 pounds, how much is HIV? 不不不

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    1. Lol ,yes o malaria na normal runs for naija.

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    2. my belle de pain me with laff

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    3. I told a nurse that malaria means nothing to me cos I have had it uncountable times and I can treat myself anytime, the lady almost fainted. Now I fear malaria more than anything.

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  6. Na dis Kain giveaway sure pass .Please I am in. Something must kill a man. @Blessed Princess

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  7. If it was when I was still schooling in UK, picking malaria would have been a good option.

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    1. This comment has been removed by the author.

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    2. It's not about being infected with the Malaria or typhoid. It's about how the vaccines used will react on you. Some people die as a result of the vaccine being used. Remember, it's a research, thus you are tested with different vaccines and they see how you react. Some come out a little lucky, some dont. I have been to one of their research centers at whitechapel, East London. The process takes about 3 weeks to a month or more to complete. Your blood sample is taken and other tests carried out on you.
      Some come out lucky, some dont. But of course, you will be made to sign a consent form etc. incase anything happens during this period.

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  8. Whitie always dare to take the risk.stella malaria can never be treated in pregnancy.only subdued

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    1. Cheiii. Oshey doctor of malaria in pregnancy.
      Defender of pregnant women biting mosquitoes.
      Chei.
      See how u show yourself?.
      Stop visiting quacks you will not hear.
      See what you just used your sticky fingers to type.
      Hei.
      Please face your herbal business in peace.
      @anonymousdonor18

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    2. Cheiii. Oshey doctor of malaria in pregnancy.
      Defender of pregnant women biting mosquitoes.
      Chei.
      See how u show yourself?.
      Stop visiting quacks you will not hear.
      See what you just used your sticky fingers to type.
      Hei.
      Please face your herbal business in peace.
      anonymousdonor18

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    3. @anononymous 9:47, BV Tenth is actually right!
      Malaria can only be subdued during pregnancy.

      The reason they have awareness programs for pregnant mothers.

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    4. Mrs A, easy with the misyarning abeg.
      What!.
      The reason awareness is done during antenatal, is that malaria in pregnancy can cause lots of problems.
      From miscarriage to low birth weight babies etc.
      Malaria in pregnancy is dangerous.
      Not that it cant be treated.
      Who tells u people these sort of things???

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    5. The reason for d awareness is that pregnant women are easily susceptible to malaria.
      And malaria in pregnancy can be deadly.
      Please, what u aint sure about, dont speak about it with confidence.

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    6. Anon pls shut up.i don't do herbal.dont come here to spit thrash.go and ask any doctor mumu

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    7. Tenth shut it.
      I am a doctor.
      Google will help to clear your cobwebs in your head.
      Head over there instead of ranting here

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    8. U went to back of school.jobless mofu.malaria can not be fully treated.spitting thrash there.u will soon say u have hundred kids.even if u want to comment y insulting.pls shut ur mouth up.drop out

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    9. Lmaooo.
      I went to back of school but im way better than your quack doc.
      Stop spewing lies you know nothing about.
      A simple google search will save you all this misyarn, but no.
      You must sound confident in Ignorance.
      If you truly want to hide something from an illiterate, hide it in a book, or in your case; google.

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    10. Meannwhile, i dont need to say i have hundred kids D.
      I have treated hundreds of pregnant women who came back with no malaria parasite seen on blood film result.
      Eat that
      Kindly change your doctor. Thats if you have one.

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    11. See who is calling someone a drop out.
      What do you do again? What did u study?.
      Kwakwakwakwa.
      I love this blog.
      You'll decorate my estate easter party las las.
      I really need to see you

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  9. they don't need to infect Nigerians, pls come with the money and collect samples for malaria and typhoid.

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  10. Hahahahhaha... They should come down to Naija with this offer now

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  11. I have been sick with typhoid fever and Malaria for the past 3 days and na me dey spend money on top Drugs

    Biko, where should I forward my account details ooooo

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  12. Whatever happened to Dr Okechukwu?? Last he commented he said he was going to do something like this.
    Good Ol days.

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  13. I need the malaria and typhoid, biko.

    After all, is it not the everyday malaria we know?

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  14. It's not about being effected with the Malaria or typhoid. It's about how the vaccines used will work. Some people die as a result of the vaccine being used. Remember, it's a research, thus you are tested with different vaccines and they see how you react. Some come out a little lucky, some dont. I have been as one before, one of their research centers around whitechapel. The process takes 3 weeks to a month or more to complete. Some come out lucky, some dont. But of course, you will be made to sign a consent form etc.

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  15. But won't it be easier to come to the tropics where there are already people with the diseases and carryout the research?

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  16. I doubt if this is true but many clinical trials do require human subjects at some point. For as long as I can remember, human guinea pigs, especially students (young, in their prime, and poor) are sometimes sought, depending on what the testing criteria is.

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  17. Please guys, malaria is treatable in pregnancy.
    We love to prevent it cos d risks are too costly(babys life)
    But, if u do havr it, its easily treated

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  18. Stella this is unethical- yhey have been using rats to test in labs for a long time. The fact that they pay and you think is ok is wrong! It’s not just about money most times when you are infected with a disease that is foreign to you you will die! Who will eat the money.. it’s so shameful that we are willing to trade our health for small money! By the way for all of you wishing this was done when you were there they won’t pick you because you already have resistance to the disease. If na Naija they did this you will say it’s jazz they will say the school administration is evil busy since it’s white it’s right.

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    1. It's part of drug testing.
      You must do human testing.
      If the margin is good, then you can be licensed to produced.
      Y'all should use Google before spewing

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