Daily Cardinal, Spring Welcome Back Issue, 2018 Trump's Censorship is Authoritative, Harmful 'Fetus. Diversity. Transgender. Vulnerable. Entitlement. Science-based. Evidence-based. These are all words that the Trump administration has chosen to ban from the budget proposals of the Center for Disease. While the Department of Health and Human Services claims that no list of banned words exists, it is easy to understand the implication directed towards CDC employees: there may not be an official list, but using those particular words in your proposals will get you in trouble. CDC employees who like their jobs will undoubtedly refrain from putting these newly proclaimed buzz-words in their reports.' Proving that the Leopold Trajectory thread is correctly placed here on the Healthcare forum, is this Ap 2016 CDC report: Haematospirillum (Rhodospirillaceae) / Human Blood Isolate Haematospirillum jordaniae gen. nov., sp. nov., isolated from human blood samples. - PubMed - NCBI Novispirillum (previously Azospirillum itersonii, previously Spirillum itersonii) shows aminolevulinic acid linked to healthcare grasses of New Mexico (and elsewhere) mentioned in this thread, used as a topical to kill basal cell carcinoma, and this closely-related chemistry occurring (inside [italics]) the human body via this organism. Future New Mexico CCC workers may include not only stream-bank erosion control workers, but also more technically savvy workers that look for sampling areas and micro-habitats for the conservation of natural resources.