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Re: So Called "Crohn's disease" and Blastocystis Connection
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Published: 7 years ago
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Re: So Called "Crohn's disease" and Blastocystis Connection

To think genetic suddenly switch on immune cells many years after birth to attack own tissue for no good reason is from a scientific point of view Idiotic, yes idiotic, it is not logical, non-scientific..

MD Gave Mirkin says" I do not believe that your immunity is that stupid. "

"When a germ gets into your body, you are supposed to produce cells and proteins called antibodies that attach to and kill that germ. These diseases are felt by many doctors to be caused by your own immunity. Instead of doing its job of killing germs, your immunity attacks your own tissue. If it attacks your joints, its is called reactive arthritis; if it attacks your intestines, it’s called Crohn’s disease; your colon, it’s called ultra ulcerative colitis; and if it fills your lungs with mucous, it’s called late onset asthma. I do not believe that your immunity is that stupid. "

A series of MDs have suggested autoimmune diseases to me, I have been chronic ill twice in my life. both times it was of course a pathogen...both times hard to find, and missed by almost every doctor, and even labs

If doctors suggest any of these symptom crap diagnoses to me, I just walk away...and yes my strategy worked so far. As a trained scientist I ask critical questions, if no good explanation I do not buy it, no matter how caring the doctor is... in the end it is knowledge that is most important to find cause, and cure.


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