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Diseases With Unknown Etiology Trace Back To Mass Vaccination Against Influenza in 1976

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Diseases With Unknown Etiology Trace Back To Mass Vaccination Against Influenza in 1976
By Robert F. Kennedy Jr.
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February 12, 2018

BY JAMES LYONS-WEILER VIA THE WORLD MERCURY PROJECT

Crohn’s. Lupus. Autism. ADHD. Food allergies. Celiac disease. Sjögren’s syndrome. Polymyalgia rheumatica. Multiple sclerosis. Anklyosing spondylitis. Type 1 diabetes. Vasculitis. Peripheral neuropathy. The list goes on, and on, and on. We are being increasingly diagnosed with these conditions and diseases of unknown origin, and science has very little to say – why would autoimmune diseases and mysterious diseases of inflammation be so prevalent? When did this increase start?

As an observer and participant in modern biomedical research, and a lover of deep history, I tend to focus not on the immediate or last few years, but look for trends of accumulating risk over longer periods of time. Seeking an answer to the question of “when”, I used Pubmed to estimate, per yer, the number of studies and papers discussing diseases and conditions of unknown origin. I search for the term “unknown causes”, and also for the term “journal” to get some idea of the percentage of studies, papers and editorials discussing disease of unknown causes. I had no idea what to expect.

Looking at a trend of topics per year, one has to correct for some estimate of the total number of articles published, because a mere count would, in part, reflect the overall trend in the explosion of total articles published. I chose as my control term the word “journal”, because many titles of publications include that term (e.g., “Journal of Nephrology). Here is the control result, which is not surprising, and completely expected:

see link for data and copywrite story
 

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Diseases With Unknown Etiology Trace Back To Mass Vaccination Against Influenza in 1976
By Robert F. Kennedy Jr.
Collective Evolution

February 12, 2018

BY JAMES LYONS-WEILER VIA THE WORLD MERCURY PROJECT

Crohn’s. Lupus. Autism. ADHD. Food allergies. Celiac disease. Sjögren’s syndrome. Polymyalgia rheumatica. Multiple sclerosis. Anklyosing spondylitis. Type 1 diabetes. Vasculitis. Peripheral neuropathy. The list goes on, and on, and on. We are being increasingly diagnosed with these conditions and diseases of unknown origin, and science has very little to say – why would autoimmune diseases and mysterious diseases of inflammation be so prevalent? When did this increase start?

As an observer and participant in modern biomedical research, and a lover of deep history, I tend to focus not on the immediate or last few years, but look for trends of accumulating risk over longer periods of time. Seeking an answer to the question of “when”, I used Pubmed to estimate, per yer, the number of studies and papers discussing diseases and conditions of unknown origin. I search for the term “unknown causes”, and also for the term “journal” to get some idea of the percentage of studies, papers and editorials discussing disease of unknown causes. I had no idea what to expect.

Looking at a trend of topics per year, one has to correct for some estimate of the total number of articles published, because a mere count would, in part, reflect the overall trend in the explosion of total articles published. I chose as my control term the word “journal”, because many titles of publications include that term (e.g., “Journal of Nephrology). Here is the control result, which is not surprising, and completely expected:

see link for data and copywrite story
I don't have the time to read that right this moment, but last year I developed sensitivity to wheat/gluten. It's officially undiagnosed medically, but my GF suggested I cut out wheat and my condition improved dramatically when I did so. I went from running a half-marathon in Apr 2015 to being barely able to exercise in winter 2016-2017...extreme coughing, wheezing and fatigue. My doctor diagnosed it as "exercise induced asthma", but cutting wheat out has improved my condition incredibly. How did I become sensitive to wheat after 48 years?
 

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How many people went down for their flu shots without thinking of the consequences?

Organic garlic, oil of wild oregano, no junk foods and lots of high density health foods you should be OK.

On 9-11 how many people died due to ill health combined with the stress? It takes a lot to kill a healthy person.
 

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How did I become sensitive to wheat after 48 years?
Allergies / Sensitivities take time. The body builds up to an allergic reaction( according to an E.R. Doctor I use to work with).
Kids raised in practically sterile environmental conditions when young end up with many allergies and sensitivities in their teens and upwards.

Look at it this way. Your body keep the sensitivity at bay for damn near 50 years. And for males 50 years old things start beginning to crap out, and that includes our immune system. What we use to be able to do all day takes us all day to do now.

REMEMBER : Our bodies are under biological attack 24/7/365. The Strong Survive. :thumbs up 2:
 

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I don't have the time to read that right this moment, but last year I developed sensitivity to wheat/gluten. It's officially undiagnosed medically, but my GF suggested I cut out wheat and my condition improved dramatically when I did so. I went from running a half-marathon in Apr 2015 to being barely able to exercise in winter 2016-2017...extreme coughing, wheezing and fatigue. My doctor diagnosed it as "exercise induced asthma", but cutting wheat out has improved my condition incredibly. How did I become sensitive to wheat after 48 years?
Maybe it's not you. Maybe it's the Wheat. Monsanto strikes again.
https://www.thehealthyhomeeconomist.com/real-reason-for-toxic-wheat-its-not-gluten/