BREAKING - FIRST TESTS OF SAMGASMI LATE-STAGE TREATMENT "MOSTLY SUCCESSFUL"

HayHay Lord
edited May 2018 in Shire Global News
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Following the S.U.N. announcement of two parallel strains of Samgasmi, a joint task force of Solurian and Laurelii health scientists began round-the-clock work on developing a late-stage treatment for the two strains which can be successful for those who did not receive the emergency shot in time.
Today, at 11:10am local time, a spokesperson for the joint task force announced that first tests of the late-stage treatment developed for strain A of Samgasmi have proven to be "mostly successful." Side-effects of the treatment are said to be "challenging at the moment" with the most dangerous being a fever reaching upwards of 104F.

We are facing the challenges of side-effects at the moment. We were able to develop the first treatment demonstration using Laurelii blood samples and invaluable research gathered by the joint task force in the field. The irony we're dealing with is that only the Laurelii can withstand the side effects of the treatment without intervention, but it is unnecessary for them as they are born immune to the disease. -Spokesperson Alessine Xel

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The Solurian/Laurelii joint task force is accepting patients who are late-stage Strain A and meet the health requirements to begin the second stage of testing. They will be exploring treatment methods which include administration of the treatment for Strain A of Samgasmi and then supplementary treatment for the side-effects.

Spokesperson, Alessine Xel continued,
It is our hope that we can develop a treatment program within the next few days and begin administering to late-stage Strain A sufferers. With this information, we should be able to develop a late-stage Strain B treatment rather quickly.

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This photo, purportedly an image of a Fulfwotz scientist aiding the joint task force, has been confirmed to be a misrepresentation. It was discovered to be a Follywood extra who posed as an intern to sneak into the lab for the now-infamous photo which has received over 100,000 "likes" in his ShireGram account.

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Citizens of the Shire are being told not to worry about the image of a Riverwood scientist experimenting with chemicals at ULTH.
"Don't worry. We gave him some old equipment and water with food coloring in it."


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  • Hay wrote:
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    This photo, purportedly an image of a Fulfwotz scientist aiding the joint task force, has been confirmed to be a misrepresentation. It was discovered to be a Follywood extra who posed as an intern to sneak into the lab for the now-infamous photo which has received over 100,000 "likes" in his ShireGram account.

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    "This horn is the best thing to ever happen to me!" Watch graphic footage of a Knavobuki girl receiving the trendy, new Sammichian Horn Procedure

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