This is another dot in a sketch that’s becoming clearer. There’s evidence of MRSA moving from pigs to humans in Iowa — where pioneering research has been done by Tara Smith at the University of Iowa — and in Europe, where Jan Kluytmans, an epidemiologist at VU University Medical Center Amsterdam, has found that “approximately 40 percent of all new persons with MRSA carry the livestock-associated strain , and most are related to contact with animals. Our data on MRSA are convincing that livestock is now a huge reservoir of MRSA for humans. MRSA may also be found in your pet. Please go to section 0:47:35 and listen to essential oils here. Frankincense oil will do wonders.

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