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Two Central Fla. kids contract rare illness

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posted on Jan, 11 2012 @ 10:15 AM
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I am soooo glad I am not in central florida!!! I am on the southwest coast of florida, lol. Hope they keep them from leaving to any other part of the country...I mean quarantine before it spreads would be smart. Should I keep my kids home from school?


Worried. :/




posted on Jan, 11 2012 @ 10:17 AM
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You're welcome!

Yes, it certainly could be a combination of chemicals. Just don't fall for the illusion that you're on well water and safe.
Here's a mega chart of everything that Fluoride is in. This chart is also in the thread I linked you to.
www.nal.usda.gov...
(Just scroll down until you see the chart.)

I was surprised to see how much Fluoride is in beers and wine. It's safer to drink hard liquor!

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posted on Jan, 11 2012 @ 10:20 AM
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Seeing as this is able to affect children and adults, I don't believe keeping your kids out of school would do any good. I would speak to some of the parents that you're friends with and educate them about this.

I just hope that any updates aren't kept from the public. If it is a virus going around and not related to vaccines, everyone should be made aware.



posted on Jan, 11 2012 @ 10:29 AM
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Yes well, I am wondering now if my kid actually had this in NJ in 2001. She was taken to the ER by me for hip pain after having a "cold" we thought it was a cold. My son had had Lyme's disease, to which I informed the ER nurse, which they didn't check, instead they took an xray, said she had a broken hip (not true) I could read the xray, because I was trained in The Army to read an xray, and her hip was not/never has been broken...they removed all my children from my care even though I took her to the orthopedic specialist who was treating my son's issues from the Lymes and he said the same thing "A first year student could see the hip is NOT nor has ever been broken" okay so that's not all The state still kept them (Wiouldn't let the Orthopedic Dr even testify) let her go untreated for months and finally after her complaining for months about other joint pain found out it was a virus that caused her issues, and they still kept my children. A%&(@(^(@?^ but that is besides the point, the point I am making SHE WAS 8 !!! AND SHE JUST HAD HAD SHOTS!!!!

F(&&#^!^( BASTARDS!!!!! She probably had this!!!!!



posted on Jan, 11 2012 @ 10:46 AM
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That's horrible! Odd that she was eight at the time of this.
Did this occur in Florida? How long ago did this happen?



posted on Jan, 11 2012 @ 10:56 AM
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Sorry about that. I don't understand how the States get away with keeping people's kids? In my opinion, this is going to eventually happen to someone like me, and it will be the start of the Revolution, and the end of the government. I might not even win, but I will make so much chaos, violence, and noise out of the situation that it is sure to spark the rest of the underlying rage in the country.

Someone mentioned calling authorities on a mutual friend of ours once, and I told them straight up, "You better hope, no anonymous tip ever threatens my family, because knowing you would do such a thing means you will be the first to die, even if you're innocent." No laugh, no smile, just silence for awhile, then I brought her another beer, and said, "Seriously." And walked away.

No doubt about it, the authorities have a place in a rare, tiny percentage of cases, but those idiots that call the authorities at every little whim, or use the authorities for ammunition in a custody battle, or use it to get back at someone for some other wrong-doing are evil, evil, evil people. I'd have no moral qualms with ridding the world of a little evil if my kids well-being was ever threatened in any way.



posted on Jan, 11 2012 @ 03:22 PM
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Originally posted by getreadyalready
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My wife had this at age 17. She was paralyzed for 6 months during her Senior year in high school. It hit her immediately following a Hepatitis vaccine.

Later, our first child was premature but healthy, and then she started losing a lot of weight, our second child was 3 months premature and required a lot of healthcare before he finally became healthy about 2 years later. My wife was then diagnosed with Celiac's disease. A relatively new phenomenon of a gluten allergy. .

She changed her diet and started gaining weight, but then she started having tons of ghost pains all over her body. Her hips, backs of her legs, carpal tunnel, TMJ, burning sensation in her tongue, and the backs of her arms, etc. We knew she didn't develop all these ailments at once, but her doctors were constantly diagnosing her with many different joint and neuro-muscular diseases. Then we learned about Fibromyalgia, and it explains the pain at all the "trigger points" that mimic other ailments.

So, now after about 3 years of battling the diet and the pains, she has met many more people and apparently the 3 diseases go hand in hand. Guillan-Barre, Celiacs, and Fibromyalgia often hit the same person, and sometimes they are also linked to autism or other auto-immune diseases.

It all started with a Hepatitis Vaccine in a teen girl. Doctors do not deny the connection to the vaccines, she is not allowed to get flu shots or any further vaccines, and she is not allowed to get certain sulfur based antibiotics. (not sure why on that one.)

So, there you have it. We also live in Florida, but not Central Florida.


O WOW this is very good information for me, i have chrons disease, and fibromyalgia and all of that fun stuff, can you please contact me about her diet and regimine for staying healthy ? I am on over 7000 in medication a year and really need to exit this lifestyle of fasting to control my chrons disease and taking medications and vitamins to try to stay alive. It would be much appreciated if you could even just contact me with a tiny bit of more info. I was tested from head to toe for any and all nerological disorders and problems, artheritus and several other diseases... i also have a long long list of other ailments... But guillean barr has not been one of them. However i may ask now to find out if i ever had any noticable illness after my vaccinations

the cure for fibromyalgia and other diseases like celiacs chrons and colitis would be awesome But management is necessary until we get to that
Good luck to your wife. I know how she feels

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posted on Jan, 11 2012 @ 06:51 PM
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Have you heard about the 92 symptoms that \aspartame causes. I have stopped all Aspartame in our diets and we feel much better. We all have Adrenal burnout on top of Ehlers Danlos Syndrome. Aspartame is basically poison.
I am on another computer so I don't have the links. (Something has killed my laptop.)

I think it's Health wealth and happiness website.
Peace



posted on Jan, 11 2012 @ 06:57 PM
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We all have Adrenal burnout on top of Ehlers Danlos Syndrome. Aspartame is basically poison.


Yes, we've been discussing that lately. Aspartame, Caffeine, acids, etc. I really need to get her on a more disciplined diet. She has done great at the Gluten-Free diet. If she could only cut out the cokes and cigarettes now, but it is hard to tell her to kill all her vices at once.



posted on Jan, 12 2012 @ 12:20 AM
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Originally posted by F4guy

Originally posted by Corruption Exposed
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This is just a thought, but this syndrome has been linked to various vaccinations. Regrettably the link doesn't bring me to the story, only the site's main page.

I wonder if these kids just got vaccinated?

That would be an odd coinsidence.

Peace.


Would it be an odd coincidence if the kids had ever chewed bubble gum? Or ingested milk. According to the CDC, more than 99% of all children received some immunization. See, nursing.advanceweb.com...
So there doesn't seem to be any coincidence here at all, much less an "odd" one. It might be a coincidence if the kids had NOT been vaccinated against something.
Did 99.34% of all kids receiving a vaccination suffer Guillime-Barre? No? So what's your real agenda here?


Maybe you need to stop being a tool and do some research. Vaccines can cause GBS. In fact the hospital I work at has mandatory flu vaccinations for all employees. Multiple nurses on my unit refuse for various reasons, with one nurse refusing due to a friend of hers getting GBS from a flu vaccination.

"Do vaccines cause GBS?
It is not fully understood why some people develop GBS, but it is believed that the nerve cells are damaged by a person’s own immune system. Many types of infections, and in very rare cases vaccines, may activate the immune system to cause damage to the nerve cells."

Source: CDC
www.cdc.gov...


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posted on Jan, 12 2012 @ 07:53 AM
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Originally posted by juleol
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I bet it is due to some vaccine.. This is a condition most often caused by autoimmune reaction to vaccines.


Really? I couldn't find anything that relates it to vaccines. I wonder, since most of the children in the US do have vaccines, why are only two of them showing these symptoms? (from something that is treatable). And let's suppose for a second that vaccines did cause this, although there is no evidence to support that. Would it be better to have children all over the country paralyzed from polio, and have difficulties, some permanent, from measles and other childhood diseases? Which would, by the way, could be passed to previously unvaccinated adults, in which some of these childhood diseases can be fatal?

You decide.

Of course, it remains a strawman argument, unless I see evidence that

This is a condition most often caused by autoimmune reaction to vaccines


as you have claimed.
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