Has ‘Disease X’ Been Identified? Biden Funding More China Lab Experiments

Published February 17, 2024

Since its emergence in China in 2013, the H7N9 bird flu virus has been studied for its ability to cause severe disease in humans exposed to infected poultry. However, last year saw a significant increase in human cases, coupled with the emergence of two distinct strains of the virus.

Lab experiments conducted on a new strain of the H7N9 virus in China have revealed concerning findings. Researchers report that this strain of the virus can easily be transmitted among animals and is capable of causing lethal disease. These findings have raised alarm among experts, highlighting the potential for the virus to trigger a global human pandemic.

Does This Fit into the World Economic Forum’s Plans?

With the mRNA biotechnology ready for the next pandemic to arrive, the Big Pharma donors to the Biden administration are ready to reap booming sales from new vaccines. All that’s needed is a disease to “cure.”

At the annual World Economic Forum (WEF) meeting in Davos, the WEF devoted a panel to the challenges posed by “an unknown ‘Disease X’ [that] could result in 20 times more fatalities than the coronavirus pandemic…”


SOURCE: www.breitbart.com

RELATED: Defining Disease X

Proactive planning using conceptual disease models may help prevent the next pandemic.

Published February 15, 2024

Public health agencies and governments across the globe are always readying their response for the next infectious disease emergency, but how do we prepare for the truly unknown? Enter Disease X.

Since 2018, this mysterious—and often misrepresented—hypothetical pathogen has been at the heart of international pandemic preparedness efforts. Planning for the emergence of an as-yet unknown infectious pathogen could mean a swifter, more effective public health response—one that readily yields the vaccines, treatments, and diagnostic tests needed to save lives.

In this Q&A, Amesh Adalja, MD, a senior scholar at the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security, breaks down the specifics of Disease X, when and where the next potential pathogenic threat could arise, and how conceptual preparedness events could help forge new paths in pandemic prevention—and avoid repeating past mistakes.

Tell us about Disease X. How does it prepare us for future pandemics?

Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld once said, there are known knowns, known unknowns, and unknown unknowns. With Disease X, we’re preparing for an unknown unknown.


SOURCE: www.publichealth.jhu.edu

RELATED: Disease X: All we know about next pandemic ‘that could cause 20x more deaths than Covid’

Experts believe that Disease X could result in 20 times more deaths than Covid – as it appears on WHO’s shortlist of priority diseases, along with viruses like SARS, Ebola and Zika

Disease X is on the WHO’s shortlist of priority diseases(Getty Images/iStockphoto)
Published February 14, 2024

Brits are being warned of a new disease that civilisation is ‘unprepared for’ – and it has a far more catastrophic effect than Covid-19, with 20 times the fatalities.

World Health Organisation (WHO) boss, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, says the world is not ready for ‘Disease X’ – a term created by the UN agency in 2018 to describe an unknown disease that could spark a future pandemic.

Disease X’ is considered more of an experiment than a real illness, so we don’t know what symptoms it would have, how quickly it would spread, or even what type of germ would cause it. But experts believe that it could result in 20 times more deaths than the coronavirus pandemic. The hypothetical illness even made it on the WHO’s shortlist of priority diseases, along with viruses like SARS, Ebola and Zika.

Disease X was mentioned at this year’s World Economic Forum – where world leaders, top CEOs, and influential academics gather annually in Davos, Switzerland, to discuss global issues. Global health was a key topic at the event this year, with representatives from AstraZeneca and the WHO participating in a panel titled ‘Preparing for Disease X’.


SOURCE: www.mirror.co.uk


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