Cuba and Heberprot – B

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Úlcera del pie diabético 

Pie con úlcera curada luego de recibir tratamiento con Heberprot-P

Most of you who waste your precious time reading this blog know that I am “elderly”; I will be 73 later this year.

You may also know that I have been a type 1 diabetic for virtually all of my life. Two shots of insulin a day for as long as I can remember.

I survived a heart attack in 1995; slept through it, got up and went to work. No massive pain. No elephant sitting on my chest. Just a small strange pain about the size of the tip of my finger in the middle of my chest. I felt like I was getting the flu; low grade fever, general aches and fatigue. I drove to work on the Jersey Turnpike at my usual 80 miles an hour. Could have killed a whole bunch of folks.

I took a few sick days but didn’t feel any better. When I…

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Nestle CEO Says He Would Profit More from CA’s Drought if He Could

Behold, the corporate stooge of the elite swine, in all of his gluttonous and greed driven, low-life glory.

It’s time to place creatures like this one on the permanently endangered species list!

News for the Revolution

Serious droughts don’t seem to matter

By Christina Sarich
July 12, 2015
Natural Society

water-bottle-drought-735-350According to Credo, Nestle CEO Tim Brown was asked in a radio interview recently if the company would consider halting their water extraction from a national forest in drought-stricken California. The answer may not be what you’d expect.

Did Brown apologize for the corporation’s contribution to California’s water crisis? Nope. He doubled down and said, “Absolutely not. In fact, if I could increase it, I would.”

Many of the 200,000 activists who signed a petition asking Nestle to stop extracting water from the national forest reserve found out about Nestle’s actions through Natural Society. In all, the sheer amount of protest drummed up quite a bit of negative press for Nestle. The company has still refused to change its ways.

Water privatization, as they’ve made clear, is their goal. Nestle’s former CEO Peter Brabeck-Letmathe also…

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WikiLeaks email release reveals hacking by governments worldwide

Watch out! Big Brother is not only watching, he is hacking and gathering info on you and me!

News for the Revolution

By Mike Head
July 13, 2015
World Socialist Web Site

5aa4f-government-spyingWikiLeaks last week published more than one million emails from the Italian surveillance malware vendor Hacking Team, shedding further light on the extent of the spying being conducted by governments around the world against their populations.

Emails in the searchable database disclose the company’s negotiations with intelligence and police agencies to supply some of the advanced technology used to secretly hack into, take control over and monitor computers and smart phones.

In its emails, Hacking Team boasts that its programs can “attack, infect and monitor target PCs and smart phones, in a stealth way” and “bypass encryption, collect relevant data out of any device, and keep monitoring your targets wherever they are, even outside your monitoring domain.”

At least 46 countries are identified as purchasing, or preparing to purchase, Hacking Team software. The list features Western powers, such as the…

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Fracking: Commercial Interests vs. Community Interests

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Last month the state of Texas signed HB 40 into law, which repealed the local ban on fracking in the town of Denton. The issue is whether legislation has the right to support commercial interests over community interests. Many consider HB 40 a ban on democracy.

After last month’s decision to repeal Denton’s ban on fracking, activists are looking to build a coalition of cities across the state of Texas before taking a second swing at HB 40, the bill that disempowers municipal governments in favor of oil and gas industries.

— TheRealNews

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