Natural and Man Made Virus, Bacteria and Fungal mitigation measures in Hospitals

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Correspondence to an ER PHYSICIAN HEAD OF ER DEPT / MONTEFIORE HOSPITAL warning of him of the pandemic to come

> Sent: Tuesday, March 10, 2020 6:18 PM
> To:<>
> Subject: RE: Hospital and citywide contamination
> The video I sent you was one of the unsung heroes of my world , who has eliminated many of the bad actors on a global scale threatening humanity.
> As I instructed the health experts about UV irradiation of medical facilities,
it was not without extensive analysis

over 20 years on countermeasures for bio-terrorism .

> The current Coronavirus "crisis" at 3% is slightly greater than the flue.
> The bio- cocktail manufactured in war bio chemical warfare labs with Ebola Anthrax and other lab variants had a transmission rate of 4 and a lethality of 70-90%.

Around the world this could be spread in 30 days from NYC area airports after  an aerial "crop dusting ".                    '.
> E . John Gallagher MD graduated top in his class at Franklin & Marshall college and went
on to become an ER Doctor serving the most needy , uninsured patients in Metro NY for 40 years.
> At one time his overall patient load was 500,000 in the 5 Burroughs. He has devoted his life to
serving the needs of people who are uninsured and need health care by going to the ER as a last resort.
> ". It's been a good run, but it's over for now, until we come to our senses and realize
that every country, the U.S. included, needs a national health program. "
> On Tuesday, March 3, 2020 John Gallagher
<<>> wrote:
> Blair->
> Yes, I got your email, but wanted to hold on to it until I had a chance to tee up the Vimeo clip on Colin Kilrain,which I just saw. Great story.
> As far as the COVID 19 goes, the medical community is - for the moment at least - regarding this as yet another
novel idiopathic viral pandemic and is focusing on gathering enough unbiased epidemiologic data outside of China to
get a handle on the age-adjusted mortality among patients without underlying co-morbidities.
> I should mention that I'll be stepping down from the chair position 6/30/20 to go work with the National Academy
of Medicine on climate change and atmospheric carbon extraction, using some of the unbelievable advances that have
been made in quantum computing and artificial intelligence . It's been a good run, but it's over for now, until we come
to our senses and realize that every country, the U.S. included, needs a national health program.
Good to hear from you after all these years, ol' man.
Warm regards,
Sent: Saturday, February 29, 2020 1:21 PM
> To: John Gallagher <<>>
> Subject: RE: Hospital and citywide contaminanation
Editors note this letter was sent from overseas to seriously warn this ER MD CLASSMATE of the coming
pandemic in N Y C . Careful college boy wording was required to insure this warning e-mail would get through !
The severity of the coming epidemic was known in Bio-Security circles overseas.
TO: E. John Gallagher MD ER Director Montefiore Hospital
Greeting from the other end of the dorm at Buchanan Hall from the dumbest jock at one end to the smartest at the far end.
Over the last 30 years I have been working on Security issues which I thought you might be interested in as a
community health professional. Prior to 911 everyone in top level security was concerned with various threats. The
primary threat was chemical and biological methods to injure the general population. During the dismantlement of
the Soviet Union Cold War BIO LABs several Biological agents including Ebola, Anthrax and assorted others became available to the world.
In the United States, training courses on Crop dusting planes became very popular among terrorist groups.

The crop dusting of these contagious agents impregnated in fine diatomaceous earth over main cities, airports, train / bus
stations in major cities could have far reaching effects.
This was our greatest fear prior to 911. Fortunately, pilot groups in the FAA comprised of large numbers of ex-military personnel

who stopped access to this training and crop-dusters.
In the Security industry 911 was a relief as it was a contained tragedy. Bio-terrorism could have much more far reaching consequences.
There have been attempts to compromise Embassies and other Army facilities with the introduction of Anthrax into the ventilation system overseas.
Several books have been written on how to protect against this.
On visiting Montefiore, I observed several measures that could be taken to inhibit the spread of viruses.
1. The waiting area indirect lighting above everyone's field of vision in the cove should employ broad spectru mUltraviolet Lighting.

SEE: IEEE Presentation by W. Bahnfleth PENN STATE 

 Ultraviolet Germicidal Irradiation Fundamentals and Indoor Environment Applications - YouTube 
2. The supply and return air ducts in the ceiling should employ HEPA or equivalent filters with Wide Spectrum UV
     in the duct work installed by workmen with welder’s protective gear.
3. In the cooling towers the water could be treated with ozone from ozone generators to further reduce bacterial/viral infections.
Looking forward to seeing you the next time I come to the "Keltron" Room in the hospital
I have attached a video clip to open on you tube of a fellow Irishman , who I coached in wrestling and has gone on tomake the world a safer place as you have.
Watch "Coronavirus Update: NYC Nurse Says Hospital Is Ill-Equipped To Fight Spread Of Virus" on YouTube
Watch "President Obama Speaks at the U.N. Meeting on Ebola" on YouTube
In January 1997, Donald Rumsfeld was appointed Chairman, but left the board in January 2001 when he was
appointed United States Secretary of Defense during George W. Bush's first term as President.[14]
In March 1999, Gilead acquired NeXstar Pharmaceuticals of Boulder, Colorado. At the time, NeXstar's annual
sales of $130 million was three times Gilead's sales; it sold AmBisome, an injectable fungal treatment, and
DaunoXome, an oncology drug taken by HIV patients. That same year, Roche announced FDA approval
of Tamiflu (oseltamivir) for the treatment of influenza.[15] Tamiflu was originally discovered by Gilead and
licensed to Roche for late-phase development and marketing.[citation needed]
One reason for entering into the Tamiflu licensing agreement was that with only 350 employees, Gilead still did
not yet have the capability to sell its drugs directly to overseas buyers.[16] To avoid having to license future
drugs in order to access international markets, Gilead simply acquired the 480-employee NeXstar, which had
already built its own sales force in Europe to market AmBisome there.[16]
On July 11, 2014, the United States Senate Committee on Finance investigated Sovaldi's high price ($1,000
per pill; $84,000 for the full 12-week regimen). Senators questioned the extent to which the market was
operating “efficiently and rationally”, and committee chairman Ron Wyden (D-Oregon) and ranking minority
member Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) wrote to CEO John C. Martin asking Gilead to justify the price for this
drug.[53] The committee hearings did not result in new law, but in 2014 and 2015, due to negotiated and
mandated discounts, Sovaldi was sold well below the list price.[54] For poorer countries, Gilead licensed
multiple companies to produce generic versions of Sovaldi; in India, a pill's price was as low as $4.29.
Several class-action lawsuits have been filed against Gilead over allegations that the company
deliberately delayed development of antiretroviral drugs based on tenofovir alafenamide fumarate
(TAF) in order to maximize profits from previous-generation medications containing tenofovir
disoproxil fumarate (TDF).[65] Plaintiffs allege that Gilead suspended TAF in 2004 despite clear
evidence indicating that TAF-based medications were safer than TDF, a compound whose long-term
use was associated with adverse side effects such as nephrotoxicity and bone
density loss.[66][67] Gilead intentionally withheld results of clinical trials demonstrating TAF's relative
safety and efficacy and shelved TAF-based therapies until 2010, when the Food and Drug
Administration approved Gilead's application to patent TAF.[68] Gilead's first TAF medication,
marketed under the trade name Genvoya, came out in 2015. In the interim period, many HIV patients
who continuously took Gilead's older TDF-based drugs suffered permanent, debilitating kidney and
bone damage, often developing conditions such as Fanconi syndrome and osteomalacia.[69]
Gilead has come under intense criticism for its high pricing of its patented drug sofosbuvir. In the US,
for instance, it was launched at $1,000 per pill or $84,000 for the standard 84-day course.[citation needed]
Gilead has also tried to eliminate competition in lucrative markets by entering voluntary licensing
agreements (VLA) with companies from developing countries such as India, which mandated the
limitation of the latter's operations to less lucrative markets. The company has also been criticized for
creating harsh restrictions within countries where they have been denied rights, or are engaged in
VLAs. For example, in India, they tried to create an 'anti-diversion' program to determine who could
buy the drug, which was considered a coercive and policing move by Médecins Sans Frontières since
it could lead to the exclusion of vulnerable groups like refugees and migrants from accessing the medicines.[70]
On January 21 2020, the Wuhan Institute of Virology applied for a Chinese "use patent" on remdesivir, for the novel use of treating COVID-19.[71]
Gilead sought and obtained "orphan drug" status for remdesivir from the US Food and 
Drug Administration on March 23rd, 2020.

This provision is intended to encourage the development of drugs affecting fewer than 200,000 Americans

by granting strengthened and extended legal monopoly rights to the manufacturer, along with waivers on taxes and government fees.[72][73]

Remdesivir is a candidate for treating COVID-19; at the time the status was granted, fewer than 200,000 Americans had
COVID-19, but numbers were climbing rapidly as the COVID-19 pandemic reached the
US, and crossing the threshold soon was considered inevitable.[72][73] Remdesivir was  
developed by Gilead with over $79 million in U.S. government funding.[73]

After facing strong reactions, Gilead gave up the "orphan drug" status for remdesivir on March25th.[74]

Gilead retains 20-year remdesivir patents in more than 70 countries.[75]
Gilead has also been accused of price-gouging on other medications developed with
public funding, including AIDS PrEP drug Tenofovir and hepatitis C drug Sofosbuvir.[76]
An analysis of the Corona Covid 19 DNA string indicates the inclusion of the GPAC -HIV
Protean that enables the invasion into human cell as a lab CRISPER insertion into the Genome for deadly later effects.
Watch "French's top Virologist, Who Discovered HIV, Says Coronavirus Originated In A Lab" on YouTube
Gilead had already developed 8 medicines for the treatment of HIV including HIV HTE2 and Capsid inhibitor. Their labs were in stage 3 cure for Corona Covid 19.
The Wuhan virology lab already had COVID 19 genomes and ties with Chinese pharmaceutical companies who had developed a Covid 19 cure.
Watch "Coronavirus Pandemic (full film) | FRONTLINE" on YouTube update 04/25/2020
."Drug Companies Will Make a Killing from Coronavirus". The New York Times.
•Azzi (March 18, 2020)
The Chinese are copying the Western drug plot of the 18th& 19th Century on China
The Opium Wars were two wars which were waged between the Great Qing and the British Government in the mid-
19th century and they were triggered by the British government's imposition of the opium trade upon China. The
resulting concession of Hong Kong compromised China's territorial sovereignty. The clashes included the First
Opium War (1839–1842), with the British naval forces, and the Second Opium War (1856–1860), also known as the
Arrow or Anglo-French Wars by the Chinese (because Britain was aided by French forces). The wars and the
subsequently-imposed treaties weakened the Qing dynasty and Chinese governments, and forced China to open
specified treaty ports (especially Shanghai and Canton) that handled all trade with imperial powers.[1][2] Around this
time China's economy also contracted slightly, but the sizable Taiping Rebellion and Dungan Revolt had a much
larger effect.[3][4][3][5][6]
British merchants began selling opium to China. At that time, opium was produced in India[7] and not in China.
Opium had been used in traditional Chinese medicine for a long time before the British came, mostly to treat
disease. However, opium can also be used as a psychoactive drug that changes the user's state of mind. Opium is
also an addictive drug.
When the British began importing large amounts of the drug, the Chinese began using opium for its mind-changing
effect.[7] More and more people grew addicted to opium. So, the British were able to export more and more opium.
By selling this drug, the British slowly began to make more money on their exports to China than they spent on their
imports of Chinese goods.[7] British exports of opium to China increased greatly. They went from an estimated 15
tons in 1730, to 75 tons in 1773.[7]
The First Opium War began in 1839 and was fought over trade,[8] financial reparations,[9] and diplomatic status.[10] In
the late 18th century, the British East India Company, contravening Chinese laws, had begun smuggling Indian
opium into China and became the leading suppliers by 1773.[11] By 1787, the Company was illegally sending 4,000
chests of opium (each weighing 77 kg) to China a year.[12]
The Chinese Jiaqing Emperor passed many decrees/edicts making opium trade illegal in 1729, 1799, 1814, and
1831, but smuggling still occurred as the British paid smugglers to take opium into China, causing the population to
become more and more addicted. This, in turn, let tons of opium into China's markets. [13] Some Americans entered
the trade by smuggling opium from Turkey into China. By 1833, the number of chests of opium trafficked into China
soared to 30,000.[12] According to United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime, the East India Company sent the
opium to their warehouses in the free-trade region of Canton (Guangzhou), from where Chinese smugglers would
take the opium farther into China.[13] In 1834, the East India Company's monopoly ceased.[14] The illegal trade,
however, continued. In 1839, the Lin Tse-Hsu Letter—pleading for a halt to the opium contraband—was sent to the
British monarch Queen Victoria but ignored. Subsequently, the Emperor issued an edict ordering the seizure of all
opium in Canton, including that held by foreign governments, and placed matters in the hands of High
Commissioner Lin Tse-hsu.[15]
China initially attempted to get foreign companies to forfeit their opium stores in exchange for tea, but this ultimately
failed. Then China resorted to using force in the western merchants' enclave. Forces confiscated all supplies and
ordered a blockade of foreign ships to get them to surrender their illegal opium supply. The smugglers lost 20,000
chests (1,300 metric tons) of opium without compensation.[13]
The British trade commissioner in Canton, Captain Charles Elliot, wrote to London advising the use of military force
against the Chinese. Almost a year passed before the British government decided, in May 1840, to send troops to
impose reparations for the economic losses of the British traders in Canton, including financial compensation, and to
guarantee future security for smugglers. However, the first hostilities had occurred some months earlier with a
skirmish between British and Chinese vessels in the Kowloon Estuary on 4 September 1839.[15] On 21 June 1840 a
British naval force arrived off Macao and moved to bombard the port of Ting-ha. In the ensuing conflict, the Royal
Navy used its naval and gunnery power to inflict a series of decisive defeats on the Chinese Empire,[16] a tactic later
referred to as gunboat diplomacy.
The war was concluded by the Treaty of Nanking (Nanjing) in 1842, the first of the treaties between China and
foreign powers.[17] The treaty forced China to cede the Hong Kong Island with surrounding smaller islands to
the United Kingdom in perpetuity, and it established five treaty
ports at Shanghai, Canton, Ningpo (Ningbo), Foochow (Fuzhou), and Amoy (Xiamen).[18] The treaty also demanded
a twenty-one million dollar payment to Great Britain, with six million, paid immediately and the rest through specified
instalments thereafter.[19] Another treaty the following year gave most favored nation status to the British Empire and
added provisions for British extraterritoriality.[17] France secured concessions on the same terms as the British in
treaties of 1843 and 1844.[20]
Second Opium War
In 1853 civil war broke out in China with a rival Emperor establishing himself at Nanking. In spite of this, a new
Imperial Commissioner, Yeh Ming-Chen, was appointed at Canton, the principal trading port of foreigners; he was
determined to stamp out the illegal opium trade. In October 1856 he seized the British ship Arrow and threw its crew
into chains. Sir John Bowring, Governor of Hong Kong, called up Admiral Sir Michael Seymour's fleet which, on 23
October, bombarded and captured the forts which guarded the approach to Canton on the Pearl River, and then
proceeded to bombard Canton itself but had insufficient forces to take and hold the city. On 15 December, during a
riot in Canton, European commercial properties were set on fire and Bowring appealed for military
intervention.[18] Following the murder of a French missionary, Britain now had French support. Britain now sought
greater concessions from China, including the legalization of the opium trade, to expand trade in coolies (cheap
labourers), to open all of China to British merchants and opium traffickers, and to exempt foreign imports
from internal transit duties.[21] The war resulted in the Treaty of Tientsin (26 June 1858), which forced the Chinese to
pay reparations for the expenses of the recent war, open a second group of ten ports to European commerce,
legalize the opium trade, and grant foreign traders and missionaries rights to travel within China.[18]
2 milligrams of fentanyl, a lethal dose for most people.[6] The lethal dose of Carfentanil is uncertain,[7]
A November 2016 article in Time, "Heroin Is Being Laced With a Terrifying New Substance: What to Know About
Carfentanil", reports over 300 cases of overdose related to fentanyl and fentanyl analogues and several deaths
connected to the drug since August 2016 in several of the United States, including Ohio, West
Virginia, Indiana, Kentucky and Florida.[9] In 2017, a Milwaukee, Wisconsin man died from a Carfentanil overdose,
likely taken unknowingly with another illegal drug such as heroin or cocaine.[10] Carfentanil is most often taken
with heroin or by users who believe they are taking heroin. Carfentanil is added to or sold as heroin because it is
less expensive, easier to obtain and easier to make than heroin.[11] Health professionals are increasingly concerned
about the potential escalation of public health consequences of its recreational use.[12] Importation from China
According to an Associated Press article from 2016, "Chemical weapon for sale: China's unregulated
narcotic", fentanyl, carfentanil and other highly potent derivatives of fentanyl are actively marketed by several
Chinese chemical companies.[11] Carfentanil was not a controlled substance in China until 1 March 2017,[13] and until
then was manufactured legally and sold openly over the Internet.
Authorities in Latvia and Lithuania reported seizing carfentanil as an illicit drug in the early 2000s.[11][14] Around 2016,
the US and Canada started reporting a dramatic increase in shipment of carfentanil and other strong opioid drugs to
customers in North America from Chinese chemical supply firms. In June 2016 the Royal Canadian Mounted
Police seized one kilogram of carfentanil shipped from China in a box labeled "printer accessories". According to the
Canada Border Services Agency, the shipment contained 50 million lethal doses of the drug, more than enough to
wipe out the entire population of the country, in containers labeled as toner cartridges for Hewlett-Packard
LaserJet printers. Allan Lai, an officer-in-charge at the Royal Canadian Mounted Police in Calgary who helped
oversee the criminal investigation said, "With respect to carfentanil, we don't know why a substance of that potency
is c In 2016, fentanyl and analogues were the most common cause of overdose deaths in the United States at more
than 20,000, about half of all opioid-related deaths.[15][16][17]

Most of these overdose deaths were due to illegally made fentanyl.[18] Coming into our country."[11]
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