Originally posted by NetStorm
See you are trying to get me to argue with you and I will not. You left out the part of my quote where I said "no offense to women "
Let's leave it at that OK?
Netstorm - I am not interested in arguing - just sharing what I know and investigating further, cooperatively if at all possible.
And why are you jumping around with this? ...FMD is an inherited disorder
This is corporate spin. For starters, "inherited" disorders don't go epidemic - only infectious diseases do. FMD can
congenitally and may
cause genetic mutations
, but most cases are sporadic. ...FYI - FMD's transmission profile is dead on for diseases
caused by infectious prions.
(Another one recently "updated")
...Our corporate Masters don't want us to know that diseases like FMD, heart attack, cancer and stroke are infectious - because they'd be forced
to spend money on clean-up, for one thing. And God forbid the public should learn the true extent of prion contamination in food processing plants,
hospitals and water treatment facilities. ...There are other considerations too - for an overview showing how the FMD cover-up progressed over the
past 4 years, and how it protects drug profits, see:
(FMD involves) the ongoing destruction of arterial blood vessels.
Yes it does - but note that the disease process is not restricted
the ongoing destruction of arterial blood vessels."
...When it was named in 1938, FMD was known to affect cells in fibrous tissue (ie., connective tissue), muscle (smooth and skeletal), and
fibromuscular tissue - hence the name "fibromuscular" dysplasia.
Leadbetter WF: Hypertension in unilateral renal disease. J Urol 1938, 39:611-626. (Sorry, no link)
...FMD starts as an angiopathy, meaning it's a disease of lymph and blood vessels, and then moves on from there. As Julian noted in 1980,
"Angiopathy appears to be basic to the pathogenesis of FMD..." ...Point being - The lymph and blood vessels are pretty much intra-body delivery
systems, the rest is a crap shoot...
...The prostate has noting to do with arterial problems.
Blood vessels feed virtually every part of the body, which is one reason why FMD can show up in any part of the body and take so many different forms.
...The prostate gets hit from all sides - blood and lymph vessels, smooth muscle, and the fibromuscular stroma.
FYI - This is one of the best articles on FMD I've found. It bows to corporate and political pressure like they all do, but it's less flawed and
more complete than others. ..."Fibromuscular dysplasia: When is intervention warranted?" 1 Thomas K. Currya, Louis M. Messina* Seminars in Vascular
Surgery. September 2003 • Volume 16 • Number 3
Of further interest: "Weird Life: Viruses and Prions"