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Dramatic Increase in Chronic Diseases

By Tuesday, 03 March 2020 04:37 PM Current | Bio | Archive

Normally, when we see a dramatic increase in a disease, scientists and physicians become concerned enough to look seriously for root causes.

According to medical writer Richard Lear, recent studies have shown that four categories of disease have increased exponentially in just one generation: autoimmune, neurological, metabolic, and inflammatory disorders.

Studies show the following increases:

• Chronic fatigue syndrome: 11,027 percent

• Bipolar disease in the young: 10,833 percent

• Fibromyalgia: 7,727 percent

• Autism: 2,094 percent

• Celiac disease: 1,111 percent

• Lupus: 787 percent

• Alzheimer’s disease: 299 percent

• Inflammatory bowel disease: 120 percent

Lear notes that overall the incidence of more than 40 diseases have doubled in the past generation.

Yet the silence from the public health agencies and scientific community is deafening.

While Lear focuses on a biochemical cause for these events, the more important question is: Why is this happening?

What has changed over the past generation to explain these statistics?

In fact, several things can be pointed to: a massive expansion of the vaccine schedules, not just for the very young, but all age groups; a dramatic increase in the use of glyphosate (Roundup) and other pesticides/herbicides; widespread use of aspartame; increased consumption of soy products and excitotoxic food additives; widespread exposure to fluoride and mercury; and a widespread exposure to aluminum in highly toxic forms.

Most medical journals refuse to publish articles on these subjects, even when submitted by highly credentialed experts in their fields.

As a consequence, the public is going to have to demand these people be given a forum in which to discuss their ideas.

All of the suspected causes for this massive increase in degenerative diseases are also increasing — especially the use of vaccines.

Yet the government in all its wisdom is seriously considering making these dangerous vaccines mandatory for all. That would produce a medical disaster beyond anything we have ever seen.

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