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Monkeypox Driving Worldwide Hypervigilance as WHO Meetings Take Place
Monkeypox is a rare pustular/vesicular disorder, largely a skin rash and constitutional symptoms first described in 1958 in monkeys from the Congo basin in Africa, with human cases reported from the 1970s going forward in time. In the US, there was a human outbreak in 2003 when pet prairie dogs were housed with giant pouch rats from Africa, and the illness spread from those pets to humans. Among several dozen US cases, there were no deaths.
Over the decades, death reported in monkeypox cases has primarily been confined to regions where supportive care may not have been adequate or in men with HIV who were already sick with that illness.1
In 2018 the US FDA approved tecovirimat (Tpoxx) and oral and now an intravenous drug that effectively treats the illness. There is also a live attenuated vaccine by Jynneos, Inc, FDA approved only on antibody data without any supportive clinical information on preventing actual human cases of monkeypox. The Jynneos product has generated safety concerns with reported myocarditis or heart inflammation cases in subjects who have taken it.2
The world currently has an outbreak of monkeypox as reported in the news; many of these cases should have independent verification since there has been a recent planning exercise published by the Nuclear Threat Initiative (Washington DC) and a biosecurity group in Munich, Germany. In this tabletop exercise, the group anticipated the release date for an intentional monkeypox crisis would be May 15, 2022, just seven days before the World Health Initiative meeting on expansion of global control and concurrent with the World Economic Forum meeting in Davos, Switzerland.3
The timing was so suspicious many have been held back on commentary until there is more confirmation of real cases. In a hyperbolic over-reaction, the US government announced the purchase of 13 million doses of the clinically unproven Jynneos vaccine. In a case reported by the “Monkeypox Response Team” in the CDC MMWR on April 22, 2022, a man from Africa landed in the US in the summer of 2021, traveled to Atlanta and Dallas, and had many contacts over several weeks while sick, and did not spread it to a single contact.4 He was hospitalized in Dallas and treated with tecovirimat with complete recovery.
The monkeypox outbreak is effectuating a state of “hypervigilance” in our vaccine-tranced world health leaders as they meet to decide on the future directions of pandemic response and the WHO treaty.
On the show this week, we have Ashlyn Nicole Simpson and a trailer of “Start with Me,”5 and then move into a riveting interview with psychiatrist, ethicist, and former professor of medicine at the University of California at Irvine, Dr. Aaron Kheriaty who discusses pandemic response, ethos, pathos, and logos.6
So let’s get real, let’s get loud; on America Out Loud Talk Radio, this is The McCullough Report!
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1 Simpson K, Heymann D, Brown CS, Edmunds WJ, Elsgaard J, Fine P, Hochrein H, Hoff NA, Green A, Ihekweazu C, Jones TC, Lule S, Maclennan J, McCollum A, Mühlemann B, Nightingale E, Ogoina D, Ogunleye A, Petersen B, Powell J, Quantick O, Rimoin AW, Ulaeato D, Wapling A. Human monkeypox – After 40 years, an unintended consequence of smallpox eradication. Vaccine. 2020 July 14;38(33):5077-5081. doi: 10.1016/j.vaccine.2020.04.062. Epub 2020 May 13. PMID: 32417140.
4 Rao AK, Schulte J, Chen TH, Hughes CM, Davidson W, Neff JM, Markarian M, Delea KC, Wada S, Liddell A, Alexander S, Sunshine B, Huang P, Honza HT, Rey A, Monroe B, Doty J, Christensen B, Delaney L, Massey J, Waltenburg M, Schrodt CA, Kuhar D, Satheshkumar PS, Kondas A, Li Y, Wilkins K, Sage KM, Yu Y, Yu P, Feldpausch A, McQuiston J, Damon IK, McCollum AM; July 2021 Monkeypox Response Team. Monkeypox in a Traveler Returning from Nigeria – Dallas, Texas, July 2021. MMWR Morb Mortal Wkly Rep. 2022 April 8;71(14):509-516. doi: 10.15585/mmwr.mm7114a1. PMID: 35389974; PMCID: PMC8989376.
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