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Mortosis Victim Makes Recovery - Is Cure In Site?
A Spanish woman in quarantine for exposure to the necro-mortosis virus has apparently recovered after walking the fine line between life and death.
Doctors are calling Neus Vargas a medical miracle.
They said Vargas (67) suffered two heart attacks and had early signs of necrotic advancement. "At about 3:30 a.m. Saturday, her heart stopped a first time, her pulse was week. A respiratory machine kept her breathing and painful rigor mortis had began to set in," doctors said.
"Her skin had already started to harden and her fingers curled. Death had set in," said Dr. Khlein of the Valencia Necrosis institute in Valencia, Spain.
They rushed her to a special wing of the hospital specifically designed for use in treating exposed patients with the new XL-6 inhibitor. The drug, hailed by some as a wonder drug, was successful last month in stopping the advancement, and eventually even reversing the progression of the mortosis virus on a young German woman - Silke Koch.
Doctors put Vargus on a special machine which induces a warming of the bodies core temperature, whereas typical procedure has always been to induce hypothermia. The treatment involves raising the body temperature for up to 24 hours before cooling a patient down.
After that procedure, her heart stopped a second time.
"She had only faint neurological function," said Dr. Klein.
At this point Vargas was in mid stage mortosis.
Her family said goodbye, doctors removed all the tubes, and a medical mortician was requested to administer termination.
However, Vargas was kept bound and secured (incase of reanimation) on a ventilator a little while longer as the mortician was currently unavailable.
15 minutes later the woman tried to sit up.
"At first", Dr. Klein said, "We thought she had reanimated. We have a procedure in place for this. We secured the doors and had a security person guard them until our mortician was able to administer a re-termination. Suddenly, she started to speak. It was the most incredible thing I have ever witnessed. I thought "The undead cannot speak" that was when we realized she was in recovery.
She remains in seclusion and recovery at a secret location at this time.
Amcalon Corporation - The makers of the XL-6 drug, released a brief press statement on their web site this morning.
It says: 'A second victim of contracted necro-mortosis has successfully recovered from early to mid stage necrotic contamination. Neus Vargas, a 67 year old woman was administered the XL-6 inhibitor along with a similar medical procedure used on Silke Koch in Germany's Hannover hospital last month.
Vargas is said to be showing promising signs of a complete recovery from her earlier necrotic state.'
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