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Human Ebola(hEbola) was created by US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) and they even have a PATENT on it

Ally FortisJan 5, 2019, 9:34:27 PM
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Yes, you read it right. The human Ebola virus was created in the lab and the US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) patent the virus. 

They first file to patent the virus in 2009, but abandoned the patent in 2012 (see the first version of the patent), then they file a patent again in 2015 and won in 2017 with this version and the most recent patent was filed in 2017 with this documentation and is pending. The first patent took 2 years to be approved so the last patent filed in 2017 may be approved this year in 2019.

Who invested the human Ebola virus?

The virus was invented by Jonathan S. Towner, Atlanta, GA (US); Stuart T. Nichol, Atlanta, GA (US); James A. Comer, Atlanta, GA (US); Thomas G. Ksiazek, Atlanta, GA (US); Pierre E. Rollin, Atlanta, GA (US) according to the patent documents of all 3 applications from 2009, 2015 and 2017, as you can see in the image below. 

Also these inventors created other viruses and vaccines.

Source: United States, Patent Application Publication Towner et al. , Publication No.: US 2012/0251502 A1 published on Oct. 4, 2012 
The EboBun virus of the present invention is genetically distinct , differing by more than 30 % at the genome level from all other known ebolavirus species.  -  Pub . No . : US 2018 / 0002675 A1,  Pub . Date : Jan . 4 , 2018 
And this is why we have so many types of viruses for the same disease very often and difficulties finding the right treatment. Why a country need to create a new virus? How do we know they will keep it lock and far away from us? We don't know and that's the problem.

In the patent documentation on the last page they also claim that this virus is "a method of inducing an immune response in a subject ". Why now you need to become immune to an artificial virus that never existed before?

16 claims from the first patent were canceled as you can see bellow...Wondering why?...


Source: United States, Patent Application Publication Towner et al. , Publication No.: US 2012/0251502 A1 published on Oct. 4, 2012