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Postby London » Tue Jul 04, 2006 3:44 pm

Befour,

That would be the ipods.....lol :) I hope you are doing okay....hey, I meant to tell you / ask you/ alert you to something you may or may not already know......

about a month ago, someone from Bakersfield ,Ca. started posting under your username....How can they do that? Anyway, this person even
pm'd me as well. I asked her/ or said to her I thought that _Q was from SanMarcos Texas. She just said no- that she was from California> you should loook into that if you were not aware of it.

Randy, I hope you start to feel better. Wierd how Cliff just said hardly anbody gets other infections.

I had both Staph and Strep too since I have had this fiber diseae

And you know what? I have no documents on this, nor have I read it anywhere....so this is a big guesstimate on my part, but I say strep is involved!
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Lady Sabrina,

Thanks for your input on hiv and sharing your test results. I had someone else write to me and say the same thing.

So here's my question......If this thing was molecularly cloned, we would have to get some specialized test done, right?

Will the normal one that they created in the 80's (wetern blot) at least tell us what our cd4 count is?
Just curious.
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Maggie- thanks for saying what you did. I certainly appreciated reading your post. I'm sorry they got to your car too.

I hate thinking about it.....(my car).....and don't want to go into explosive disorder syndrome again....Well , I had wireless camera installed out by my parking,,,,at least that will make feel better.....

and, now that part I said back there in that post of it (vandelism) happening agin.....Well, I meant that.....I will go thru with it it-and yes, they know I'm crazy enough to do that .

But all okay today.....just tired....Thanks Maggie....
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Postby London » Tue Jul 04, 2006 3:56 pm

skim this new virus....look down towards the bottom of the column on the first page where it says grey and white matter was seen.....I remember seeing some people post on bats a while back.....and I certainly remember that Stanford Man- David somebody> the microbiologist there

going to Malaysia and viewing the bats....(no, this was not to indict him-I'n not being rude here) I just rember seeing him in a photo holding this bat.)

http://www.cdc.gov/ncidod/EID/vol4no2/adobe/phi.pdf

After I read the article, I was interested, so I looked to see if the cdc had anything on it- they did! (bbelieve it or not) but then I got bummed because they knew about this since 1995 and even did a study on it and reported back on it in two years....:( I got excited when it said "new" in the title.

http://www.cdc.gov/ncidod/dvrd/spb/mnpa ... /nipah.htm
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Postby London » Tue Jul 04, 2006 4:41 pm

Sabrina, or anyone.....please read these symptoms....this is what I had read two days ago that had me so sad and upset.....

this is on HIV.....I had never read about HIV in ten years I bet until this past weekend....I started to look at it more after seeing photos online of derm. paitents lesions...when I saw someones hand and arm that looked like my left forarm does.....AND THIS IS WHEN I FREAKED B/C IT SAID HIV!!!

I can't find the stupid photo page today, but here is a brief write up on the Derm aspects of HIV.....my god- to me, it sounds like our symptoms...

and i'm very scared.....I better not have HIV....noooowayyyyyy in hell.

I will share my trest results when I get them back!
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Dermatologic Clues


Dermatologic manifestations include bacterial, fungal, viral, neoplastic, and other dermatitides.8 Staphylococcal infections present as persistent or recurrent folliculitis or superficial abscesses. Fungal rashes manifest as erythematous lesions, usually occurring in the axilla, inframammary areas, or groin. Herpes zoster is 17 times more common in HIV-infected persons than age-matched uninfected persons and is commonly seen early in the course of HIV infection, particularly in healthy-appearing individuals, before the onset of other symptoms.9 Finding zoster in a young adult indicates the need to test for HIV. The lesions in HIV-associated zoster may be bullous, hemorrhagic, necrotic, and painful and persist for 2 to 3 weeks. Dermatomal scarring should be sought when individuals at risk for HIV are being evaluated. Recurrent zoster is reported in about 20% of HIV-infected persons and is another clue to the presence of HIV.

Herpes simplex virus infection may occur as clustered vesicles around the mouth, genitals, or anus. Recurrent or severe cases should raise suspicion for immunocompromise. Another cutaneous viral infection associated with HIV is molluscum contagiosum, which presents as pearly white umbilicated papules usually on the face. The presence of multiple or widespread lesions should prompt consideration of HIV. When molluscum-like lesions are seen in association with fever or headache, a serum cryptococcal antigen test should be performed to evaluate for disseminated cryptococcosis.

The onset of psoriasis in an older adult, exacerbation of long-standing stable psoriasis, psoriatic erythroderma, or severe involvement of the axillae and groin should raise suspicion for HIV.10

Severe pruritis or the development of recurrent pruritic papules should prompt the clinician to think of HIV. Pruritic papules may be due to a variety of causes, including bacterial folliculitis, eosinophilic folliculitis, Demodex mites, insect bite reactions, and granuloma annulare.8 A relapsing, intensely pruritic eruption of urticarial papules and pustules that appears in crops on the face and trunk of persons with HIV is eosinophilic folliculitis. This disorder typically occurs in HIV-infected persons with helper T-cell counts lower than 200 cells/μL and is an important cutaneous marker of the specific stage of HIV disease.
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Postby London » Tue Jul 04, 2006 6:52 pm

Okay, no one is in here....Canalon, you around? I'm just worried, that's all. Itr just sounds like my symptoms. I just wanted someone else's take on it......

tamtam.....where are you???? HELP PLEASE....

okay, i heard this saying a long time ago and have never forgotton it....I best put it into use.....

"Worry is simply the misuse of our Imagination" okay, till i get someone elses opinion on this, i'm goping to just repeat that phrase over and over and over......Not gonna worry until someone else thinks it sounds like our derm symptoms too.

Plus, I won't be writing anymore anyway. I only wrote today to address those people (see post 2 up) and to tell Maggie thanks. But I would love
someone to answer this with their opinion. that's it.....
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Postby Sabrina » Tue Jul 04, 2006 7:21 pm

London wrote: Another cutaneous viral infection associated with HIV is molluscum contagiosum, which presents as pearly white umbilicated papules usually on the face. The presence of multiple or widespread lesions should prompt consideration of HIV. When molluscum-like lesions are seen in association with fever or headache, a serum cryptococcal antigen test should be performed to evaluate for disseminated cryptococcosis.



Ok London,

Yes we may in fact have such skin conditions as stated in the article you found. This "molluscum contagiosum" keeps resurfacing. Again, my Son's I.D. doctor looked at my lesions and said that they look like this disease/condition. She even wrote it on a piece of paper for me. She said that the black centers within my lesions were not consistent with this condition and was reluctant to say much more.

I wonder why my doctor never told me this? :?

"The presence of multiple or widespread lesions should prompt consideration of HIV."

This explains all the AIDS tests I kept getting over and over again. :roll:

"When molluscum-like lesions are seen in association with fever or headache, a serum cryptococcal antigen test should be performed to evaluate for disseminated cryptococcosis."

Can anybody provide a link or help me break the above quote down into something I can understand a bit more?

One thousand bucks London! Are you in or not? I could really use the money! :D

Go and enjoy the holiday like everyone else now. :wink:

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Postby London » Tue Jul 04, 2006 7:44 pm

oh, thank you lady Sabrina! I just feel better that someone answered.

for a brief moment there I was thinking....that no one wanted to break the bad new to me or something....

You know, it was just two days ago when I read something about canine leishmonasis spreading......that made me look into it more. Although it was in only one document I found, it said that parasites cause HIV....

Hell, they just said a month ago that it causes cancer...

anyway, that is the only reason I even looked up HIV.....

god, nobody would be that mean would they? oh, yes warnings for your health......if you eat Monsanto's gm corn you have a slight chance of
developing Filarial nenatodes, HIV, and Cancer. But the important discovery is that it causes blemishes. Eat at your own risk......

just being funny, see you have lightened my load of worries already.

Have a good one!

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Postby hartuk » Tue Jul 04, 2006 8:30 pm

Hi London,

Do you have images of the skin lesions you report ?
I'll show you mine, if you show me yours.

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Postby 123Herpatology » Wed Jul 05, 2006 9:05 am

Morgellons or Morgellons disease is an internet hoax started by two high school students in 2004 and has recently reawakened when Senator Feinstein fell for this prank writing a letter to the CDC asking for an investigation. <------Wikipedia.org



uh........whats going on here lol
wisdom=the anti-venom for failure
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Morgellons wiki agenda-driven changes made from UoG computer

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Postby Sabrina » Wed Jul 05, 2006 2:47 pm

123Herpatology wrote:Morgellons or Morgellons disease is an internet hoax started by two high school students in 2004 and has recently reawakened when Senator Feinstein fell for this prank writing a letter to the CDC asking for an investigation. <------Wikipedia.org



uh........whats going on here lol


Dear 123,

Welcome to biology on line.

Before you embarrass :oops: your self further it would be wise to read the thread. Had you done this prior to posting here you would have realized that we are not discussing Morgellons disease to begin with. :wink:

Now, the information in your post concerns me very much. :shock: If your accusations are true then I encourage you to contact the proper authorities and report this crime. I do believe that this would be considered a major security issue for America and other countries as well. Please report this as I do believe giving erroneous information to a Senator in order to "play games" is a major federal violation. If you need assistance in doing this, please ask for help.

http://www.ic3.gov/

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The name, address, telephone number, and Web address, if available, of the individual or organization you believe defrauded you.
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Postby tamtam » Wed Jul 05, 2006 5:07 pm

A direct line is running trough former military airport Ypenburg(former International assembly line of F16) Lackland battlefield lab, Lockheed Martin, Boeing and extremely near by:

Prins Maurits laboratory.
(today one of 15 most respected NIH)

They have been working on bio remediation up until today.

Many people in direct vicinity have cancer.
They unite and demand investigation spring 2004.

Answer Government; that about 30% of the
population will develop a form of cancer.

Spring 2004 a Professor makes the statement that the mysterious outbreak of blue green algae
in 1980 had spread over the country.

This Institute has all protection and works
on bioweapons c.q
"biodefense" also target from former USSR

They were questioned by the media about stocking Sarin.

Its the Alliance, old boys network!

Not a single Institute will risk its name.

The higher echelon is very aware that a percentage of people is sacrificed in the name of supremacy.

This fact relates to a broad field of novel like pathogenic elements.

Synthetic micro organisms yield many novel cell line. Many novel interactions. And because of its complexity derivations are very difficult to analyze.
Difficult now synonymous with secret.

Its what You call top international based
scientific non disclosed research.

The concept is from about late sixties.

They knew the risk and repeat the same misery about 2000.

Whatever the reason; it feeds R&D because it creates a steady line of cases.

Yes Doctor, No Doctor!

Remember: Dutch superbug (Dutch MRSA) and
the one in the US about 2000.

Something sensing definitely must have tuned in!
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Postby Skytroll » Wed Jul 05, 2006 5:49 pm

Top Evo Devo's

Jason Society.

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