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Review for Patient Alliance Neuroendocrineimmu Disorders Org For Research & Adv Inc, Traverse City, MI, USA
the national cfids foundation announced a causal find with links to radiation in a newsbreak in August 2012 'typo 2010' working close with research team from wayne state university wher they found broken cromosones with translocations...this same group found the same in 2007 in gulf war syndrome patients and was on the discovery channel on utube parts 1to5 entitled 'gulf war vets conspiracy blood test' my understanding was this was done by blood tests and the latest ones were found in urine samples from the cfs group...some had gamma some had alpha some had alpha gamma and beta...now the cfids foundation is looking also into vibrio fish infections back at the university of hawaii because of a previous study there on ciguatera 'epitopes' which was showing something very different to normal ciguatera infections plus the fact numerous patients attribute their onset of illnesses after eating different fish or shell fish type meals...I know for a fact while in Montreal there was a restaurant my fiance and I would eat at on a regular basis and this same restaurant had a couple of deaths during this time due to undercooked or contaminated sea foods so I now wonder if there is a link to that time...also drs dan peterson and nancy klimas returned from bond university with a find in I think was cd57 which is consistent to radiation illness and I have heard also our bloods are florescent and glows...is it highly likely i think its very plausible plus we had chernobyl incident plus 3 mile island now japan plus military vets are now speaking out on chemical biological and radiation weapons used in all gulf wars...plus greenpeace investigated numerous radiactive drum barrels dumped by militaries in our oceans close to shore and when they did investigate these drums were completely empty...wher did the radiation go????????????? sincerely and always the full truth mr aidan g walsh
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