Human Anatomy, Physiology, and Medicine. Anything human!
As You may understand,
If Industry is one, You try to consult Industry about a fact (...)
You remember them about non disclosed topic towards the public.
Fact is that wide spread contamination has taken place and that a simple cure is not possible.
But all that does not kill can be mantained one way or the other.
This means spin of.
Researchers are part of the Industry and protocol is research depending.
Finally all represents policy since Industry depends on contracts.
If you would determine this triangle it would involve you as customer.
To solve is not profitable because you would have to mention the facts.
To regulate and mantain is profitable.
Pathogenic Microbes and Infectious Diseases - ProMED
1986, Cyclospora cayatanensis, Parasite, Persistent diarrhea. 1988, Human
herpesvirus-6 (HHV-6), Virus, Roseola subitum ...
http://www.fas.org/promed/about/table2.html - 8k - Cached - Similar pages
I strongly advise to seek litigation with this matter.
A registered letter with mentioning the facts to know:
(that you are contaminated with a modified pathogenic and contagious micro organism)
and that You demand intervention.
It will be the first step in having something on paper and to prove incompetence and liability in the near future.
Is that it? No rheumatoids, no cancers, no HIV
infections? Please be straightforward. I was diagnosed with microsporid-
iosis 2 months ago. I do not know about this herpes VI so I will go study
it now. Okay, you're going to tell me that herpes virus 6 causes cancer???
Hey, I put link to video ( crossinglines) on a message board
Hey all: Here's a great website ( I think) on it ( Herpes 6):
http://www.hhv6.blogspot.com/ Click onto each blue link on right -
side of site!
Last edited by London on Fri Jan 20, 2006 6:24 pm, edited 3 times in total.
C3, thank you for staying with this!!!
[quote="C3"]As it seems a cure is simply not profitable.
Life long supressive therapy is the future.
C3, what may 'life long supressive therapy' constitute ?
I hear people have claimed success with Septra / Avelox?
Who shall we send the letter to? Local Health Dept., State Health Dept., CDC?
I will ask my attorney, but my feeling is that he will want to know who he will be suing on my behalf.
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