Apparently, at least several shipments of nanosilver – colloidal silver composed of very small particles of silver suspended in water – appear to have made it into West African countries where Ebola was raging.
And in spite of opposition to the use of colloidal silver by medical bureaucrats in the World Health Organization (WHO), the U.S. Food & Drug Administration (FDA) and the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), the silver actually appears to working against the virus!
Not only that, but Sierra Leone's Minister of Presidential and Public Affairs – a trained chemist named Alpha Kanu – has announced that 10 ppm nanosilver has now been proclaimed to be an official approved Ebola treatment in that nation.
This might explain why there's been so little news coverage on Ebola here in the U.S. over the past few weeks. The agenda of the medical bureaucrats in WHO, the CDC and the FDA has been to fast-track an expensive new Ebola vaccine into production, for use on people in early 2015. Big Pharma was to make billions of dollars on the vaccine.
But with as many as 500 Ebola sufferers reportedly now getting better in Sierra Leone, West Africa after trying nanosilver the plans of Big Pharma and the medical bureaucrats might just end up being derailed.
Of course, we still don't know if the news coming out of West Africa is definitive. But here's what we know so far, based on newspaper reports from Sierra Leone…