Dr Nathaniel Usoro- Nigerian Pioneer of Bloodless Medicine. Head of Department of Surgery at the University of Calabar

Dr Nathaniel Usoro- Nigerian Pioneer of Bloodless Medicine. Head of Department of Surgery at the University of Calabar

By Ed Keazor

Dr Usoro can be described as the Nigerian pioneer of a procedure essentially over-turning 100′s of years of the belief that transfusions were crucial in Trauma Surgery. This had already been established in Europe and published in Medical Journals dating back to the 80′s. He however was responsible for introducing this to Nigeria, at the University of Calabar.

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White slaves in Africa

Europe under attack

http://www.bbc.co.uk/history/british/empire_seapower/white_slaves_01.shtml

‘When we had arrived [in Cork], I made a request to Lord Inchaquoin to give me a passport for England. I took boat to Youghal and then embarked on the vessel John Filmer, which set sail with 120 passengers. `But before we had lost sight of land, we were captured by Algerine pirates, who put all the men in irons.’

…the corsairs plundered British shipping pretty much at will…

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Bad bad Milk

(Natasha Longo) Pasteurization is a dangerous method of heating our foods with tragic side effects which are largely ignored by the FDA and downplayed by the dairy industry. To accept these facts would be to surrender after a hundred-year war indiscriminately waged against all bacteria–a hundred-year war that has now turned to attack the immune systems of the public. Here are 9 reasons why pasteurization destroys the nutritional and enzymatic value of milk and why you need to avoid it.

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Yet another Cannibal on trial in Europe

The fisherman, held on charges of cannibalism, was sentenced to 3.5 years on probation. This is the outcome of the story of the mysterious disappearance of a company of friends in the taiga of Yakutia in the autumn of 2012. Four men went fishing that day: two residents of the Saratov region and two local residents. A few months later, rescuers found only two of the four men. Human remains were found close to the site, where the men were discovered.

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