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Postby London » Sun Jul 09, 2006 12:30 am

So, Dear Doctors, Do you still want to call our butts DOP after viewing this? We all are onto you....the reason it's not showing up in our skin

was because it was genetically modified!

Warning: What you are about to view may be a bit much. But hey, some of us only have to look down on our skin to see this.

It is titled: "A traveler with non-healing skin lesions"

http://www.ccjm.org/pdffiles/HIX702.PDF
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Postby London » Sun Jul 09, 2006 1:02 am

Well, here is something that may help all of us understand insects a lil better. And, please note, I'm not trying to be difficult or ugly in any of my post. Well, one was so I will go remove it (Deviant Art Post).

And, I'm happy to announce that in this article here, it did not have HIV!

God, Sabrina, I'm putting all my trust in you. I do so pray you are right.

http://www.travmed.com/thg/thg_pdf_2001/08-Insect-Borne D-01.pdf

http://www.travmed.com/thg/thg_pdf_2001/08-Insect-Borne D-01.pdf

well, I don't know why it will not open to it. Just type it in if you wish to view.
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Postby Skytroll » Sun Jul 09, 2006 1:29 am

London,

That Dr. Matthews in MD suggested using UV therapy. Sounds like will help.

Anything that can provide oxygen therapy, because, that will destroy some viruses also.
Do you notice the oxy cleaners? Just got some dish soap with that in it. I think the oxy will help us and oxysoap, the one mentioned on LB.

So, so far UV can help, Oxygen therapy, Hydrogen peroxide has been lifting the critters out for me.

burns at first but, you can clearly see the whatchamacallit.

Hey, lets keep that Dr. Cunningham in our thoughts.

Facing the facts is a b........, anyway throwing the wolves in sheeps clothing into the brink, and the swill or should I say, THE SLIME will be more fun, won't it? Watch em sink. Let those protists that carry Chagas go after them. Or those flies that leave their eggs on them with that mycoplasma used as glue and those proteins that signal our proteins from those muted flies, and retarded looking white flies, and phorids, and gnats and collembola that look and sense dead and dying tissue.

That fly just might be it. I have seen the claw like apparatus. Hey, Cleveland Clinic isn't far. Hope they are not hooked to the R& R or the P, H and W or the ...........well I could go on and on.

Oh, and by the by, biggest offender is running for governor of Michigan. Don't like the one we have but, sure as heck ain't voting for this one. They are crawling all over Michigan. Hope we make it here. Already preparing for the tragedy that will hit us oh say around 2012, we might be on small islands then, with all that underground earthquake activity promotion going on.

Jason Society has the best scientists available for the chief wolf. Wonder if they could help us?
Might take them off the hook, or if they could just give us a hint as to what oxygen therapy would help heal us. Never mind, we will find........

HHMI is affiliated with the R & R and the S. But, there are many more, plus new avenues to go down.

I was going to take it easy and walk away from the pseudo game and go for some real life, there for a while, but, the more I see of this critter, the more I want to see these wimps cry.

I tell you what, if you see that big TV screen in the sky, don't be alarmed, it def is not from God.

Take care,

Where is everyone, you big chickens, come out to play, we are waiting, You are the bullies, where are you? Are you afraid? You, the Bullies?

Come on, show us your spit, your club foot, your big fat money grubbing hands.

Would the Real folks, please stand up? Come on out we have a spot for you! The bigger we get the more voice we have.

Love,

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Postby London » Sun Jul 09, 2006 1:39 am

Thanks skytroll, thanks a lot. Maybe they are on the EU's new site. I dunno-I don't go there. Skytroll and everyone else that is really sick:

Look at this here: It was written (so they say, haha) in 1993. Now, the CDC said we did not have any Leishmaniasis cases in the US even from foreign travelers. whatever, they make sick anyway, so that's not the real point.....well, it is but we know how they lie. But think of this.....and print it off and take it with you to the doctor when you go b/c it has a photo!

Now do that and go up to my post on the top of this page and copy it too.

Take both of them with you when you go to the next doctor who wants to label your butt DOP.

Plus, the CDC just put out the info of what i found on their website....
all but the molecular cloning part. But if you want to know what they are going to call it, you can find it on their site. And this is all i am saying about it.

http://www.annals.org/cgi/content/full/118/10/779

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Sky, wow, so you did the bath with the hydrogen, eh? oh, good for you. I have not tried it. Too scared but I'm going to.
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Postby London » Sun Jul 09, 2006 1:45 am

Told you that they'd blame it on the military.....this was not out in 2003.

In fact the very first and quite a lot of their articles came out last October 2005. I can prove that too but I'm not going to fight them. Just show us the meds to get our butts well and we all go away happy albeit broke and with scars. Juwst get us well.

Tam, I'm still waiting for your answer.....Are the treatments worthwhile?

http://archderm.ama-assn.org/cgi/reprint/140/1/135
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Postby London » Sun Jul 09, 2006 2:33 am

Sections: Ectoparasite Infestations and Arthropod Bites and Stings: Introduction, Ectoparasite Infestations, Arthropod Bites and Stings, Further Reading, New Reference(s).

Topics Discussed: arthropod bite; bites and stings; ectozoic parasite.

Excerpt: "Ectoparasites are arthropods or helminths that infest the skin of other animals, from which they derive sustenance. They may penetrate beneath the surface of the host or attach superficially by their mouthparts. These organisms damage their hosts by inflicting direct injury, by eliciting a hypersensitivity reaction, or by inoculating toxins or pathogens. The main medically important ectoparasites are arachnids (including mites and ticks), insects (including lice, fleas, and flies), pentastomes (tongue worms), and leeches. Arthropods may also harm humans through brief encounters in which they take a blood meal or attempt to defend themselves by biting, stinging, or exuding venoms. Various arachnids (spiders, scorpions), insects (including bees, hornets, wasps, ants, flies, bugs, caterpillars, and beetles), millipedes, and centipedes produce ill effects in this manner, as do certain ectoparasites of animals, including ticks, biting mites, and fleas (discussed in this chapter as biting arthropods). More people in the United States die each year as a consequence of arthropod stings than from the bites of poisonous snakes...."

http://www.accessmedicine.com/content.aspx?aID=110329
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C3

Postby showmeproof » Sun Jul 09, 2006 3:28 am

C3


C3 is a key component of the complement system since classical and alternative activation pathways merge at
the C3 activation step when C3 is split into C3a and C3b. The molecular mass of C3 is 185 kDa and it consists of
two chains (110 kDa and 75 kDa) held together by disulfide bonds.

BIG CLUE TOWARDS THE LYME CONNECTION:

HYB 005-01-02 has been successfully used in ELISA, and Western blotting procedures. HYB 005-01 reacts strongly with C3. Strong reaction is seen in ELISA with C3 directly coated onto the microtiter well, and also when tested in sandwich ELISA in combination with a polyclonal antibody against C3 (e.g. DAKO A 0062). In Western blotting after SDS-PAGE, HYB 005-01 reacts with C3 in reduced as well as non-reduced forms.

The HYB 005-01-02 immunogen is C3 found in human plasma cells.
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Postby southcity » Sun Jul 09, 2006 3:35 am

YES this adds up look here at pub med. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/entrez/quer ... t_uids=718


Organism: Homo sapiens
Lineage: Eukaryota; Metazoa; Chordata; Craniata; Vertebrata; Euteleostomi; Mammalia; Eutheria; Euarchontoglires; Primates; Haplorrhini; Catarrhini; Hominidae; Homo
Gene aliases: ASP; CPAMD1
Summary: Complement component C3 plays a central role in the activation of complement system. Its activation is required for both classical and alternative complement activation pathways. People with C3 deficiency are susceptable to bacteria infection.
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Postby southcity » Sun Jul 09, 2006 3:39 am

Wanna wager on the type of bacterial infection? my money would be on different strains of mycobacteria. C3 is not a containment level it's central component of cellular pathways.
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Postby southcity » Sun Jul 09, 2006 4:00 am

C3 DEFICIENCY http://www-micro.msb.le.ac.uk/MBChB/Mer ... ncies.html

Genetically controlled deficiencies of certain complement components occur relatively frequently, for example, C2 and C9. Hereditary deficiency of the third component of complement, C3, however, is found very seldomly in humans (approximately 15 times up to 1990). C3 deficiency is associated with severe bacterial infections revealing the central role of C3 in complement activation via the classical or alternative pathway.

C3 and its split products have a central role not only in the effector phase of the immune response but also in its initiation. C3 fragments stimulate or inhibit certain functions of lymphoid and nonlymphoid cell populations and contribute as mediators or regulatory elements to the immune response despite occasional controversial reports. Analysis of the role of C3 in the afferent limb of the immune response would be facilitated by an animal model of C3 deficiency. In 1919 a complement deficiency of guinea pigs was reported which, in retrospect, may have been a C3 deficiency. The strain died out in the thirties. In the 1980s, an inherited C3 deficiency of dogs was reported; although the exact nature of this defect is unclear. Up to 1986 there were no other C3 defects known in animals, and for this reason, a genetically controlled C3 deficiency in inbred guinea pigs is used for experimental purposes (344).

The C3 defect is not linked to the MHC and, in addition, is not linked to a C3a receptor deficiency. Macrophages and hepatocytes of the C3 deficient animals have an unimpaired capacity for synthesis and secretion of C3 as measured by enzyme-linked immunosorbent assays. Possibly the fault resides in an enhanced susceptibility of their own C3 to proteolysis. However, C3 partially purified from the plasma of the C3 deficient animals, or secreted by hepatocytes, exhibits no obvious structural differences to purified normal C3. The C3 deficient serum showed a reduced bactericidal activity compared to normal or to C4 deficient serum. Nevertheless, the animals are apparently healthy without an indication for increased frequency of bacterial infections (344), a markedly different result compared with C3 deficient humans.
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Postby London » Sun Jul 09, 2006 6:32 am

That's nothing new.....I've been telling you this since November. If you do not believe me, go back and search my post. South, I remember even writing directly on a post you had made at Lymebusters not too long ago.....It was one where UKGuy was asking you more about it escaping from a C-3 Lab. I wrote directly under his question to you and said that C-3 meant the compliment system.

Now, I never ruled out the other C-3 though.But if this thing escaped from any lab it would have to be a level 4 or higher, if there is one. But back to the compliment system, I will gladly pull up where I wrote this on this forum last year., It is good to see you saying that and also good to see you posting again. I hope you and your girlfriend are doing okay!

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PS: In fact South, I wrote the compliment system directly to Tam Tam
on a post here.
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Postby London » Sun Jul 09, 2006 6:35 am

Oh, I know the damage of one bad bacteria.....I wont say it, but it starts with the letter W!

This is what the military has from the CDC regarding Posting of diseases that need reporting- very current 2006.....

http://www.cdc.gov/epo/dphsi/phs/infdis2006.htm

and if one goes back a good 20-25 pages on this forum, you will see a post by me that says this diseases is defenitely Ricksettsial in Nature.

Call it anything.....I'm only worried about HIV!
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