A Collection of Expert Quotes to Show Your Lawyer
Let's Not Normalize These Rare Cancers in Young People
I Connected the Dots By Following the Science
Some studies are under paywalls, so I posted key points:
A 2011 paper by Judith A. Ferry states:
"Primary uveal tract lymphoma is typically a low-grade B-cell lymphoma ... involvement is usually unilateral, but occasionally both eyes are involved ... Enucleation [surgical removal] of the eye occasionally [often?] has been performed because of a clinical impression of uveal melanoma ..."
Non-Hodgkin's lymphoma, diffuse large B-cell type (the most common type of non-Hodgkin's lymphoma), is the type identified in this 2015 publication by Chen, Dong, et al: Detection of Wolbachia genes in a patient with non-Hodgkin's lymphoma.
Should Be Making the Rounds in Every Oncology Department
Chen, Dong, et al. clearly state:
1) The findings suggest the potential for Wolbachia bacteria to infect humans.
2) The 16S rRNA and fbpA gene sequences amplified from the patient's blood on days 0 and 4 were identical and clustered with those of supergroup B members of the genus Wolbachia.
Fact: Supergroup B includes Wolbachia pipientis, the type MosquitoMate is using in 20 U.S. states (see screenshot further along).
3) After Wolbachia genes were detected, levofloxacin was administered for one week. Over the next seven days, his temperature gradually returned to normal.
During that week, jaundice increased and pancytopenia gradually developed. Bone marrow aspirate revealed 10% large atypical cells with haemophagocytosis that was diagnosed as non-Hodgkin's lymphoma, diffuse large B-cell type (aka DLBCL or DLBL).
4) The patient was transferred to the Haematology Department for three cycles of R-CHOP (Rituximab, Cyclophosphamide, Doxorubicin, Vincristine, Prednisolone).
Incredibly, a follow-up bone marrow aspirate and flow cytometry two weeks later showed no malignant cells.
PET-CT (positron emission tomography–computed tomography) revealed no residual tumour, and the patient's pancytopenia and liver function abnormalities resolved.
5) The patient was then considered to have had a complete remission. No Wolbachia genes were amplified from blood obtained at the patient's hospital discharge.
Worth repeating: The patient was then considered to have had a complete remission.
The Connection to Uveal Melanoma?
Sometimes diffuse large B-cell lymphoma (DLBCL or DLBL) develops in people who have had a low-grade (slow-growing) lymphoma in the past [which would include primary uveal tract lymphoma].
And as you look through study literature, you will find many "unknowns" and "poorly understood" factors.
Why is the Scientific/Medical Community Ignoring This?
Arthropods can be co-infected with distinct Wolbachia strains:
EPA Quietly Approved 20 States and MosquitoMate is
Seeking Nationwide Releases. Even Oxitec Ltd. Complained.
Wolbachia Pipientis Could Introduce Over 1000 New Genes
When mosquitoes, eggs, and larvae die, something else acquires it.
In 2016, the EPA Approved Four (Not Two) States | In red are the 20 U.S. States Approved November 2017
I knew about California and Florida; not Kentucky and New York:
Dark Blue Depicts Most (Not All) Standing Bodies of Water
Nighttime-active Culex spp. prefer ponds, lakes, and marshes:
Quezon City has the most homeless souls in the world
This supports overnight-active Culex spp. as a vector of Zika:
Orlando, FLA was #27 on my list of the top 30 visitors
Is that why they are releasing even more in Florida?
You might as well sprinkle Wolbachia over everything
because even dead mosquitoes, eggs, and larvae pose a risk:
Some Scientists Clearly See the Imminent Dangers
Yet the EPA trashed half of their key board's scientific advisers.
A Quick Google Search Revealed the Following
Even some governments are disseminating FALSE information:
Since 2006, it's been known that Wolbachia CAN survive
outside host cells for (at least) a week with no decrease in viability:
The Huntersville Cluster of Uveal Melanoma Cases
Then the Auburn, Alabama cluster (there will be more):
Many of these cases were diagnosed in the fall (which "fits" with the Culex spp. of mosquito acquiring Wolbachia in the spring and infecting humans in the fall). The WHO briefly acknowledged Culex as a Zika vector but quickly removed it.
Supporting Study Quotes
(Still Popular) Falsehoods
Since 2003, it's been known Wolbachia can grow in
HUMAN lung cells (embryonic lung fibroblasts) at 37 C (98.6 F)
Feb. 11, 2018: The First Page of a Google Search Result
So, if "Wolbachia have never been found in humans [even though it has] or other mammals [North Atlantic right whales], birds, reptiles, or fish", then WHY IS NO ONE WILLING TO TEST FOR IT??
And how could 51 other research teams could be duped?
I think people have been "compensated" to keep facts hidden:
Immunology, Inflammation and Diseases of the Eye also
confirms Wolbachia DNA and intact Wolbachia are found in blood:
Risks of Wolbachia Mosquito Control (2016) AAAS
By Elgion Lucio Silva Loreto and Gabriel Luz Wallau
Researchers continue to discover new species of Rickettsia Symptoms begin four to ten days after exposure and
include: fever, headache, rash, CNS changes, red eye, myalgias, arthralgias, hepatitis, vomiting, and cardiovascular instability (like the worst cases of Zika).
Dr. Constancia Ayres warned the WHO Feb. 2016
Nov. 2016, Culex were briefly acknowledged but it was removed:
Following the Science and Not the Hype
Dr. Fiona Hunter's Clade Shows Zika's Phylogenetics
But Studies Comparing Zika to Hepatitis C and Others
are being funded. (We can wait a few years or test humans now).
How many eyeballs will be removed until 2021?
How many people will endure chemo? How many will die?
How could anyone predict "huge" profits for a rare cancer?
Unless, of course, they knew that many people would get it:
Where Wolbachia-Infected Aedes Have Been Released
Vs. Where Culex will acquire it and infect humans: pattern recognition
The War Against Zika: Fighting Mosquitoes With Mosquitoes
CBS Miami Report By Gary Nelson February 8, 2018 at 5:37 pm
It's FREE for Florida; the ROI in 3 - 6 years = $15 B
The $4.1 million program is being funded with a grant from the CDC
Global Distribution of Zika Vectors (Aedes & Culex)
Note: Culex tarsalis has been reported in West Africa too
Uveal Melanoma, UVR, p53, BDUMP, and Wolbachia-infected Aedes
Published: Jan. 14th, 2018 by Rose Webster
I created a Change.org petition to help these patients
Uveal Melanoma or Lymphoma? R/O Rickettsiales (Wolbachia)
As stressed in my Change.org petition, Uveal Melanoma or Lymphoma? R/O Rickettsiales (Wolbachia):
It is crucial that surgeons, eye care professionals, and oncologists utilize a broad range PCR screen for infection by Rickettsiales (Wolbachia genes detected in blood) before enucleation or evisceration.
Because there are treatment options for Wolbachia infections of the eye: doxycycline, minocycline, or rifampicin. Rifampicin, also known as rifampin, is an antibiotic used to treat several types of bacterial infections, including tuberculosis, leprosy, and Legionnaire's disease.
And I understand that azithromycin can be used in combination with rifampin.
This is a matter of life and death for some [many?] people.
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