By Sara A. Carter
KANDAHAR, Afghanistan | U.S. military officials sent a medical team to a remote outpost in southern Afghanistan this week to take blood samples from members of an Army unit after a soldier in the unit died from an Ebola-like virus.
Dr. Jim Radike, an expert in internal medicine and infectious diseases at the Role 3 Trauma Hospital at Kandahar Air Field, told The Washington Times that Sgt. Robert David Gordon, 22, from River Falls, Ala., died Sept. 16 from what turned out to be Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fever after he was bitten by a tick. The virus is transmitted by infected blood and can be carried by ticks, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
Asked by Anonymous at 12:37 PM on Nov. 6, 2009 in Politics & Current Events
Answer by SterlingLegend at 7:52 PM on Nov. 6, 2009
BO has to get off his apparent "I'm too scared to make a decision because it might not be the right on and I'm the only one they can blame" posture and act like the Commander in Chief. He is more like the Commander in Pass the Buck.
Answer by jesse123456 at 12:40 PM on Nov. 6, 2009
Answer by Anonymous at 12:42 PM on Nov. 6, 2009