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Scientists at the CDC, which is leading the surveillance effort on West Nile virus, do not take a position on whether local health departments should spray for mosquitoes. But they do point out that spraying is the least effective method of slowing the spread of the insects.
(NaturalNews) Now that Dallas officials have decided West Nile Disease has killed 14 people in the area and infected 557 more, the aerial spraying of a pesticide called Duet will begin. The objective? Wipe out mosquitoes that carry the virus. But here's the bombshell: there is no evidence that the supposed virus causing West Nile exists. This means there is no proof West Nile disease exists. And this fact has been known for years. Scientists don't like to talk about it. It's extremely embarrassing. Learn more: www.naturalnews.com...