Acinetobacter Infection

Insurgents in the Bloodstream

[ … ] [A]cinetobacter baumannii-a strain of highly resistant bacteria that since U.S. forces began fighting in Iraq and Afghanistan has threatened the lives, limbs, and organs of hundreds wounded in combat.


“He ended up getting it in his stomach,” says Connie Emery, “and they tried to close his stomach back up, but when they did, the stitches ended up pulling away because the infection was taking over.”

Another reason why I can’t sue over Simvastatin. What I went through is nothing compared to what our troops are suffering. I’d feel like a sissy crybaby.

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One Comment on “Acinetobacter Infection”

  1. This story by Chas Henry is excellent.

    Another story on Acinetobacter baumannii from the military evacuation system was done last year but completely ingnored by the MSM. This was called “The Invisible Enemy” and was written by Steve Silberman. It is linked at my site.

    These strains of Acinetobacter baumannii have become completely resistant to every antimicrobial available.

    They have infected the entire Military Health System and spread to civilian hospitals all across our country, as well as the coalition countries.

    Thanks for posting this and helping to bring attention to the problem.
    For more on Acinetobacter baumannii and to track it’s spread visit

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