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    Endotoxin (LPS) may be the cause of fatal lung damage in COVID-19

    Yet another study, which demonstrates that there is virtually no disease (acute of chronic, infections or not) where the infamous LPS does not play a causative role. As it turns out, the often fatal inflammatory reaction (cytokine storm) that usually kills patients with COVID-19 in ICU, is...
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    CDC - Iatrogenic deaths "disappeared" in 2020, COVID-19 took their place

    As many forum users know, for decades up until 2020 CDC annual reports listed medical error (iatrogenic) deaths as the third-leading cause of death in the US. The only change in that annual "ranking" of deaths was in the last 5 years cancer sometimes overtaking heart disease as a leading cause...
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    Children Frequently Receive Unnecessary / Dangerous Medical Care

    This study provides some clues in regards to the declining health of younger people that I have discussed numerous times in my posts. Lifelong health "imprinting" starts in the womb and continues for at least 3-4 years after birth. Health changes and epigenetic (re)programming continue...
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    Chronic Nerve Pain May Be Caused By Endotoxin, Commercial Food, And Pharma Drugs

    I posted a few threads last year demonstrating that some cases of chronic nerve pain may be caused by a side effects of opioids - activation of TLR4. However, that study only looked at why certain patients using opioids for severe pain go on to develop chronic pain of phantom origin. As such...
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    Serotonin Excess, Not Dopamine Deficiency, May Be The Cause Of Parkinson

    One of the most paradigm-challenging studies I have seen this year and, unsurprisingly, mainstream media is pulling all sorts of tricks to avoid naming the culprit directly. Even the press release and the study abstract are worded in a convoluted way, talking about a "serotonin dysfunction"...
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    Medical Errors Are The Third-leading Causes Of Death In The US

    As many of you know, CDC maintains a list of leading causes of death in all developed nations that share data with the US. In the US, the leading causes of death for over the last 5 years are as follows: Heart disease. Cancer (malignant neoplasms) Chronic lower respiratory disease. Accidents...
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    Significant drop in mortality when doctors are away from work

    Ray has been saying that a significant number (perhaps majority) of deaths are iatrogenic - i.e. caused by the medical procedures and/or staff. These studies seem to confirm his view: http://arstechnica.com/science/2014/12/ ... o-survive/ http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/18849101
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