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Dr Rainer Gruessner
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Dr Rainer Gruessner: Serves On Many Editorial Boards
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Dr. Rainer Gruessner  was instrumental in establishing the University of Arizona’s national reputation in  advancedrobotic technologies.
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Dr. Rainer Gruessner: Publications and Manuscripts
Dr. Rainer Gruessner is an expert medical
professional currently practicing within the realm of transplantation surgery.
He is widely regarded as an innovative leader in his field and has been
credited with numerous firsts in the surgical world. His accompl...

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    "And they came into the house and saw the young child with Mary his mother; and they fell down and worshiped him; and opening their treasures they offered unto him gifts, gold and frankincense and myrrh."
                                                     Mat  2:11

We may ask why did the wise-men offer gold, frankincense and myrrh...?
Gold is a symbol for kings as he is the King of kings.
Frankincense is a symbol for being a priest as he is the High Priest.
Myrrh is a symbol for pain for he shall bear our pains on the Cross.

Another symbolic meaning ...

Gold is a symbol for God the Father That His Throne is in Heaven...
Frankincense is a symbol for God the Holy Spirit ... means the connection between earth and heaven that takes our prayers to the Throne of God... 
Myrrh is a symbol for the God the Son ...Jesus Christ as He came to earth and sacrificed Himself for us and should bear our pains on the Cross. 

In spiritual meditation 

Gold ... We should offer To God our pure hearts...
Frankincense... to ask Him through our prayers ...
Myrrh ... we Should put into His hands the pain of this world ...

Let us all in One Heart pray together asking Jesus Christ as He is our Brother on earth and our Father on Heaven to Accept us as We are and Purify us as the way He sees. With humble asking Him to open those closed doors.*And we should never forget asking Him to give peace to this world .

So to All Humans and to those who stay still in my heart and soul forever, I say Merry Christmas.......
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St. Louis County police released video that shows a confrontation that ended with an armed black man killed by a white officer. A woman at the scene, just miles from Ferguson, Mo., claimed the man is her son, Antonio Martin: http://usat.ly/16PFZUD

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WHO is printing 4,000 copies of #Ebola clinical management handbook for the initial distribution to clinicians on the frontline of Ebola care in #SierraLeonehttp://goo.gl/91yJ51
These guidelines were developed by the health workers from the Ministry of Health, Republic of Sierra Leone Armed Forces, WHO, the U.S. CDC and over 40 agencies based on best medical treatments currently being used to save lives of Ebola patients throughout Sierra Leone.
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WHO Ebola Clinical Management Handbook in Sierra Leone
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Calling each other “my brother”, Martin Senesie (left) and Mohamed Koroma became friends fast at a recent #SierraLeone Ministry of Health/WHO Mental Health training to increase the national capacity in psychosocial support. Both men have family in Kailahun, the early epicenter of the #Ebola outbreak in the country.
Senesie, a psychiatric nurse, was mentored and is now mentoring others in his profession to give psychological first aid trainings to counsellors and social workers across Sierra Leone. 
Koroma lost 17 family members to Ebola. His father, a brother and a cousin did not contract the disease and are the only family he has left. “I am doing well now. What else can I do? We people of Kailahun love life, music, food and dance. We will go on. They are in a better place with God,” says Koroma.

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“I am a civil engineering student being trained here to operate the incinerators that burn medical waste from the ETU [#Ebola Treatment Units]. I get my training at here at [Liberian] Ministry of Defense, and will later operate the incinerator, when it’s ready. It is risky, but I am happy to contribute to getting Ebola out of my country. I know the dangers of the virus, and therefore we take a lot of precautions when managing the highly contaminated medical waste from the patients being treated here.”

Jonathan Kerkula, Incinerator Operator Trainee, SKD Ebola Treatment Unit, International Rescue Committee, #Liberia

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“[#Ebola patients] are not condemned to death, patients can survive. We must preserve our humanity and do everything we can to give them hope.” 
Brother Michael Koroma (left), Hospital Manager at the Lunsar Community Care Centre (behind St John’s Catholic Hospital), #SierraLeone

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