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Eddie Evans Blog Narrative
I use this blog to brainstorm biohazard cleanup and blood cleanup in the context of my business issues and my philosophical interests. Naturally science fits within my philosophical issues, especially when it comes to morality and environmental ethics. Human caused global warming and its denial drive much of this content.
California blood cleanup practitioners usually have bloodborne pathogen training. So it's appropriate to expect comments on this blog about blood cleanup related diseases. And larger issues about biohazard cleanup play a part here. So from specifics about local blood cleanup to biohazard cleanup throughout the world find comment.
My far the most notorious disease related to blood cleanup work is known as human immunodeficiency syndrome (HIV). And it's with good reason that this disease brings fear and loathing into the ranks of blood cleanup practitioners. In fact, young lovers as well as old across the globe fear this horrific disease, too. Thanks to medical science, today we have treatment for the effects of this disease as well as ways of slowing its progress. But, we have no cure for HIV.
Human blood, saliva, synovial fluid, and other agents transporting this virus should be kept at the back of her mind. A cure remains in the future, but it's going to take some time because HIV creates a wicked medical problem. By "wicked" I mean that HIV has no known boundaries and as we find the questions to ask about its nature, we discover even more questions arise that we have no firm answers. We know only that HIV kills and cripples Americans as well as others around the globe. It shows no mercy and kills young and old.
Eddie Evans, biohazard cleanup
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